Daughters of the Dust

Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 4:30pm to 6:23pm

Willard Straight Theatre Central Campus

1990 > USA > Directed by Julie Dash
With Cora Lee Day, Alva Rodgers
Julie Dash's lyrical portrayal of the Gullah culture on the South Carolina Sea Islands at the turn of the century and the unique dramatization of the sensibilities of African-American women was an inspiration for Beyonce's visual album Lemonade. "A modern classic and one of the greatest American independent films ever made." (Miami Herald) Shown in a new digital restoration. More at cohenmedia.net/
1 hr 53 min

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Event Type

Film

Departments

Cornell Cinema, Department of Performing and Media Arts, Africana Studies and Research Center

Tags

cascal, film, movie, tfdcin, Movies, Flora Rose, pma, FloraRose, hans bethe house, africaal, freedominterrupted

Website

http://cinema.cornell.edu/Spring2017/...

Cost

$8.50/general, $6.50/seniors, $6/grads, $5.50/students & kids 12 and under

Group

Cornell Cinema

Contact E-Mail

taa39@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Teresa Alvis

Contact Phone

607-255-3522

Speaker

Professor Samantha Sheppard

Speaker Affiliation

PMA

Open To

Public

People Interested (19)

C.J. Burnett Aurora Masum-Javed Kate Holden Desmond Asiedu Izzy Pottinger
Leslie Brack Julissa Andrade Kamsy Anyachebelu Victor Hadrien Aureillan Nathan David Chazan

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