The Cinematic Jazz of Julie Dash

Purchase the Film "The Cinematic Jazz of Julie Dash"

$150 Institutional rate includes all public performance rights.

by Yvonne Welbon
(24 min., 1992-93)

In this inspiring interview, Julie Dash speaks about her background, training, vision and struggle to bring Daughters of the Dust to the American movie screen. Excerpts from her award winning films, Illusions, Diary of an African Nun and Daughters are interwoven throughout the film to create a portrait of the artist and her work.

Selected Screenings

  • WTN/Lifestyle Television of Canada
  • African American Women in the Arts Festival
  • The Fifth Annual Women of Color Film and Video Festival
  • Chicago Filmmakers
  • Cornell Cinema, Cornell University
  • Neighborhood Film and Video Program, Philadelphia
  • Society for Cinema Studies Conference, New Orleans
  • Forum for Contemporary Art
  • DuSable Museum of African American History Chicago
  • Academia Sinica of the Republic of China Medgar Evers College
  • Duke University
  • Boston College
  • Black Institute for Ethnic Studies
  • Indiana University
  • New York University
  • Columbia College, Chicago
  • James Madison University
  • Saint Mary's College
  • National Library of Australia
  • Calvary Baptist Church, NY
  • Swamp Art Museum, Corpus Christi, TX

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