Black Feminist Film School

Thursday April 19th 2012

5pm-7pm

Duke University FHI Garage Smith Warehouse Bay 4

114 S. Buchanan Blvd., Durham, NC 27708-0403

Cheryl Dunye’s work as a Black lesbian filmmaker has challenged, transformed and sometimes even stood in for a conversation about race, feminism, lesbianism, the archive and the practice of contemporary film.  As a collaboration between the Sallie Bingham Archive and the public launch of Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind’s new Black Feminist Film School, we present a screening of the often neglected early work of Cheryl Dunye followed by a panel discussion moderated by Black Feminist Film School co-founder Alexis Pauline Gumbs and featuring local Black lesbian and queer filmmakers:

. Report back from bffs inaugural event

Yvonne Welbon

Yvonne Welbon is an award-winning independent filmmaker and freelance producer. Since 1991, she has made eight films and produced a dozen others. Her independent films have screened on PBS…

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