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|Named Person:||Yvonne Welbon; Julie Dash; Julie Dash; Yvonne Welbon|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Yvonne Welbon; Julie Dash; Our Film Works (Firm); American Film Institute. Directing Workshop for Women.
|Credits:||Missing relations: Director of photography, Jean Young ; musical score, Jeanne Ricks.
Remembering Wei Yi-fang, remembering myself : an autobiography: Taiwan photography, Jay Allen, Yvonne Welbon ; editors, Cyndi Moran, Yvonne Welbon ; music, Joseph Welbon.
Taste of dirt: Cinematography, Dianne Farrington ; editing, Lillian Benson ; music, Joseph Weldon.
|Cast:||Sisters in the life: first love: Donna Rose, Maggie Montejano, Yvonne Welbon, Aislinn Pulley, Sara Hampton, Adolph Witherspoon.
Missing relations: Cassie Young, Erica Young, Stephan Young, Jason Young, Rosalind Nadine Sleed, John Lewis Ashford.
Remembering Wei Yi-fang, remembering myself : an autobiography: Anita Welbon, Tsehaye Hebert, Karl T. Wright, Myoshi Grant, Jean Garrison.
Taste of dirt: DaShawn Barnes, Yolonda Ross, Marissa Stovall.
|Description:||1 videodisc (104 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Monique (3 min., 16 mm, b/w, 1991) / by Yvonne Welbon --
The cinematic jazz of Julie Dash (24 min., 3/4" SP video, 1992-3) / written and produced by Yvonne Welbon --
Sisters in the life : first love (23 min., video, 1993) / written, produced and directed by Yvonne Welbon --
Missing relations (12 min., 16mm, 1994) / written, produced, directed & edited by Yvonne Welbon --
Remembering Wei Yi-fang, remembering myself : an autobiography (30 min., 16mm, Super 8 film and Hi 8, 1995) / written and directed by Yvonne Welbon --
The taste of dirt (12 min., digital video, 2002) / AFI's Directing Workshop for Women presents an Our Film Works & Killerpix Global Media Filmco production ; produced by P. David Ebersole, Carol Ann Shine ; screenplay, Catherine Crouch ; directed by Yvonne Welbon.
Cinematic jazz of Julie Dash.
Sisters in the life: first love.
Remembering Wei Yi-fang, remembering myself : an autobiography.
Taste of dirt.
|Responsibility:||Our Film Works.|
The cinematic jazz of Julie Dash: 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.
Sisters in the life: first love: Dramatic documentary/narrative set in the early 1970s and 1990s. Donna Rose, a thirty-something Black lesbian recounts the story of her first experience with love. At 14, she has a boyfriend and a best girlfriend. In flashbacks, Donna focuses on the feelings she had for her girlfriend Karen. Her current day relationship with Maggie provides a romantic parallel.
Missing relations: On February 20, 1969, my mother gave birth to twin daughters. Six months later, their father "kidnapped" them. We never saw my sisters again. Missing Relations is an experimental dramatic documentary which explores loss and denial in an African American family through the story of my kidnapped twin sisters, erased from family history for 24 years.
Remembering Wei Yi-fang, remembering myself: A witty and original autobiographical documentary about coming-to-terms with race, culture and self. My six-year stay in Taiwan transforms my understanding of what it means to be an African American and illuminates my connection with my Honduran-born grandmother.
The taste of dirt: A short narrative film which explores issues of race and class as experienced by 7-year-old African American girls on the school playground.