Most Popular Julie Dash Trailers
Total trailers found: 12
24 July 1997
The actual experiences of New York City subway riders are dramatized in a collection of 10 intriguing and very different vignettes.
22 January 2011
Documentary about the National Film Registry, featuring clips of films that have been included in the registry, as well as interviews with members of the National Film Registry Board.
Funny Valentines Trailer (1999)
14 February 1999
A woman returns to her home town to sort out her troubled marriage and finds new happiness in the rekindling of a broken friendship with her cousin.
Love Song Trailer (2000)
01 December 2000
A privileged, black college student with a fiance falls in love with a white musician she meets on her 21st birthday.
Praise House Trailer (1991)
01 January 1991
“Draw or Die” is the divine imperative received by the painter, Hannah, who is being nurtured by her Grandmother, but controlled by her pragmatic mother.
04 August 1991
Languid look at the Gullah culture of the sea islands off the coast of South Carolina and Georgia where African folk-ways were maintained well into the 20th Century and was one of the last bastion of these mores in America.
The Rosa Parks Story Trailer (2002)
24 February 2002
The story of the civil rights heroine whose refusal to obey racial bus segregation was just one of her acts in her fight for justice.
06 August 2016
Recounts the impact of migrants on the African Methodist Episcopal church. Philadelphia’s Mother Bethel AME, the nation’s oldest African-American church, served as a local community partner, as well as Mother Emmanuel Church in Charleston, SC, the site of the 2015 mass shooting.
Incognito Trailer (1999)
17 September 1999
A rape victim continues to be stalked by the man who attacked her. Her fiancé is no help, so her father hires a bodyguard to protect her.
01 January 1977
A nun in Uganda weighs the emptiness she finds in her supposed union with Christ.
Illusions Trailer (1982)
01 January 1982
A woman in a Hollywood dubbing studio struggles with race and preconceptions.
Four Women Trailer (1975)
01 January 1975
Set to Nina Simone’s stirring ballad of the same name, Julie Dash’s dance film features Linda Martina Young as strong “Aunt Sarah,” tragic mulatto “Saffronia,” sensuous “Sweet Thing” and militant “Peaches.