Lights, Camera, Action! Celebrating African-Americans in Cinema
A poetic portrait of a Gullah family in 1902, set on the Sea Islands off the South Carolina coast. The first movie directed by an African-American woman to receive a wide theatrical release.
Director: Jullie Dash
Writer: Julie Dash
Cast: Cora Lee Day, Barbara O, Alva Rogers, Trula Hoosier, Umar Abdurrahamn, Adisa Anderson, Kaycee Moore
Runtime: 1 hr 52 mins | Rating: PG