The first studio film directed by a black woman can now be screened for free via Hulu.com - Martinique-born Euzhan Palcy's A Dry White Season, which she also co-wrote.
The 1989 film stars Donald Sutherland as a white South African schoolteacher, ignorant about racism in his country, who becomes involved when his black gardener is killed. Marlon Brando and Susan Sarandon co-star.
Certainly not Palcy's best work - for that see her debut, Sugar Cane Alley - but, still worth a look, if only for its above significance.
Watch it in full below.