#119: Daughters of the Dust

It’s Black History Month and this month we are highlighting the work of Black Female Directors. Our first film is the movie Daughters of the Dust. It’s the first movie directed by a black woman with a theatrical release. It’s an independent film focusing on the transition of Gullah-Geechee People in coastal South Carolina as they decide to make their way to the mainland.

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