30th Annual Black Film Festival

Georgetown Library

30th Annual Black Film Festival

Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019, 6 p.m.

30th Annual Black Film Festival: DC Public Library's Celebration of Black American Cinema

Daughters of the Dust  
Drama about a community of descendants of West African slaves living on an island near South Carolina in 1902. 
Starring Cora Lee Day and Alva Rogers. Directed by Julie Dash.

112 minutes, 1991, rated PG.