Cheryl Dunye

Cheryl Dunye emerged as part of the 1990's "queer new wave" of young film and video makers who dealt with gay and lesbian themes with a new directness and vitality. Dunye's work is defined by her distinctive narrative voice, a low-tech aesthetic, and an ironic blurring of fiction and "real life." Often set within a personal or domestic context, her stories foreground issues of race, sexuality and identity.   full biography


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1990, 9:05 min, color, sound
1991, 23:48 min, b&w, sound
1993, 3:17 min, b&w and color, sound
1993, 16:58 min, color, sound