She Don't Fade

Cheryl Dunye

1991, 23:00 minutes, B&W, English


She Don't Fade is a new video by Cheryl Dunye which examines the sexuality of a black lesbian, Shae Clarke. Clarke, played by Dunye herself, tells of "her new approach to women" and takes us on a journey to find her. Dunye's mix of humour and storytelling gives She Don't Fade an upbeat flavour which will leave you wanting more.

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Critical Writing

Out on Screen
by Pat Feindel. Reverse Shot, Fall 1994.
Black Women Together: Visiting Video Artist Takes a New Approach
by Diane Thibault. Xtra!, May 1, 1992, no. 167.
Learning How to Laugh: Filmmaker Cheryl Dunye at Image et Nation,...
by Judith Nicholson. Rites, Jan. 1992, no. 76.
Female Persuasions
by Julianne Pidduck. Montreal Mirror, Jan. 23, 1992.
Gay and Lesbian Film Fest Suddenly a Must
by Cameron Bailey. NOW, Apr. 30, 1992, v. 11, no. 35.
On Campus With Camera: Avademia Provides Video Maker Cheryl Dunye...
by Lorrie Kim. The Advocate, Sept. 24, 1991, no. 586.