Filmmaker Cheryl Dunye regarding the front lines of black colored lesbian experience

Perhaps one of the most voices that are authoritative in the documentary “Dykes, Camera, Action! ” belongs to Cheryl Dunye. The movie, playing June 19 during the Frameline42 movie event, examines queer women’s cinema through the 1960s for this, including interviews with women that had been from the front lines of placing lesbian tales on celluloid. Dunye made cinematic history in 1995 along with her first movie, “The Watermelon Woman. ” It absolutely was not…