This goddess of moving images was first African American woman to have a full-length feature film in general theatrical release. The film was Daughters Of the Dust.
On the mainstream tip, Dash wrote and directed HBO's Subway Stories, "Sax Canter Riff," and Showtime's "Grip Till it Hurts."
Other notable but less seen works include directing credits for: "Praise House", "Relatives" and "Diary of an African Nun".

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