Film. ‘White Color Black.’ A British Photographer Rediscovers Himself in His Ancestral Homeland of Senegal.
Created by Nigerian-British director/writer/producer Joseph a. Adesunloye, White Color Black stars Dudley O’Shaughnessy as a young photographer who rediscovers himself after a trip to his ancestral homeland of Senegal.
Leke a young successful photographer lives a hedonistic lifestyle in London. His latest exhibition is about to move to Shanghai where critical reception awaits. In the midst of all this euphoria; he is called to re-engage with a life he once knew back in Senegal, to bury a father from whom has long been estranged. He embarks on a journey of self-discovery, finding himself in others and in places he had since thought he had forgotten.
You might recognize O’Shaughnessy, a model and amateur boxer, from his 2011 starring role in the music video for Rihanna’s hit single “We Found Love.” The appearance gave his career a serious boost, and he has appeared in several major campaigns, fashion editorials, and film roles since then.