Euzhan Palcy

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‘Dry White Season’ Director Euzhan Palcy on Making History and the Challenges Behind Her Groundbreaking Film

With 1989’s A Dry White Season, Euzhan Palcy became a pioneer: The Martinique-born filmmaker was the first Black woman to direct a studio film; the first Black director to make an Oscar-nominated film; and the only woman to direct Marlon Brando, who emerged from retirement to play a South African civil rights litigator, earning him his eighth and final Oscar nomination (the film’s sole nomination).
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