The Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination Film Club celebrates International Women's Day with the film Daughters Of The Dust
Daughters of the Dust is a 1991 independent film written, directed and produced by Julie Dash and is the first feature film directed by an African-American woman distributed theatrically in the United States.
Synopsis: Set in 1902, it tells the story of three generations of Gullah (also known as Geechee) women in the Peazant family on St. Helena Island as they prepare to migrate to the north on the mainland.
Admission is free.
About the EBCCI Film Club The aim of the EBCCI film club is to promote student productions, educate its audience, and develop their skills in the field of video production.
Although sponsored by the Film and Video Studies program, the club is open to all students and provides its members a place to develop production projects and meet other like-minded people.
In addition to holding regularly scheduled meetings and special events, the club also maintains information on its Facebook page to facilitate student contact. https://www.facebook.com/EBCCIfilmClub
Venue: The Cinematheque, Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination, UWI, Cave Hill, St. Michael