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Euzhan Palcy’s career has been a litany of firsts. A pioneering filmmaker from Martinique, she was the first from the island to receive widespread international attention. Her 1983 feature debut Sugar Cane Alley — a period coming-of-age story, adapted from a Joseph Zobel novel, that she made when she was just 25 — resulted in her becoming the first Black director to win the Silver Lion at the Venice Film Festival, and the first to win a César, France’s equivalent to the Academy Awards. With her second feature, the 1989 apartheid saga A Dry White Season, Palcy became the first Black woman to direct a feature at a major Hollywood studio. The film, while not a financial hit, was a critical one that would net Marlon Brando an Oscar nomination. Brando, who was lured out of retirement for the supporting role, had never been directed by a woman before — another first for Palcy.
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