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This extended conversation with Julie Dash concerns her work as a fi lmmaker and projects in development since the release of her masterwork, Daughters of the Dust (1992). It examines Dash's fi lm practice and ambivalent relationship to Hollywood, along with her take on black independent fi lmmaking from the 1960s to the present and its prospects during Spike Lee's ascendancy.doi:10.1353/cj.0.0186 fatcat:anyh2nshpvf4bofwsdvl4fp3j4