Dry White Season, A (1983): Brando in Last Oscar Nominated Role

Euzhan Palcy is the first woman of African descent to ever direct a Hollywood Studio movie, MGM’s “A Dry White Season,” starring Donald Sutherland, Marlon Brando, Susan Sarandon, Janet Suzman, Zakes Mokae and Jurgen Prochnow, and produced by Paula Weinstein.

Euzhan Palcy is best known for her films focusing on social change and cultural issues.

Oscar Nominations: 1

Supporting Actor: Marlon Brando

Oscar Awards: None

Oscar Context:

The winner of the Supporting Actor Oscar was Denzel Washington for another political movie, “Glory.”