An Evening with Coquie Hughes
Social Hour 7pm, Screening 8pm
Special Admission: $10 donation
Dyke Delicious is proud to kick off Season 8 with An Evening with Coquie Hughes. Born in Chicago, Coquie is a driving force in the independent filmmaking community and speaks to the issues concerning lesbian and bisexual families in urban African-American culture. Her features include Gotta Git My Hair Did (2000), Daughters of the Concrete (2004), If I Wuz Yo Gyrl (2001) and her new mockumentary, My Mama Said Yo Mama’s A Dyke (2010) - a fictitous tale of African American teens from urban communities struggling with the fact of having lesbian moms. Coquie will present a sampling of her work and discuss her micro-budget working methods. (various years, total running time approximately 90 min.)
Dyke Delicious is co-presented by Black Cat Productions and the Reeling Film Festival.