10 Black Female Directors Making Major Moves

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CHAMPAIGN, IL – APRIL 15: Kasi Lemmons poses for a portrait at the 2016 Ebertfest on April 15, 2016 in Champaign, Illinois. (Photo by Timothy Hiatt/Getty Images for Ebertfest)

Kasi Lemmons

When someone labels you  “an ongoing testament to the creative possibilities of film,” you know your work is good. That’s how film scholar Wheeler Winston Dixon described Kasi Lemmons whose directorial work can be seen in films such as “Eve’s Bayou,” “Talk To Me,” and “Black Nativity.”

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