QBC ReelTALK presents...
CHERYL DUNYE: The Beginning of Queer People of color cinema in the early 90's
filmed & created by Angel L. Brown
On a beautiful day in Los Angeles, March 2009, pioneer filmmaker and QBC's 2008 Fades of Black Womyn Honoree, Cheryl Dunye talk with (fairly) new comer curator, Angel L Brown about how the queers of color (experimental)movement in cinema came about during the early 90's in New York City.
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