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"[Rina] Fraticelli's invitation to represent Black women's lives from their point of view (the only kind of film [Dionne] Brand wanted to consider), allowed Studio D to bridge the gap between feminist communities divided by questions of race and racism."
-- Gail Vanstone

Vanstone, Gail. D Is for Daring: The Women behind the Films of Studio D. Toronto: Sumach Press, 2007. (p. 158)