Rodney Scott has a new place on King Street in Charleston these days, but watch this SFA film by Joe York to see where his work all started: Hemingway, South Carolina.
Writer and editor Paul Reyes, the US-born son of Colombian and Cuban parents, examines his identity through language, race, and his grandmother’s empanadas.
Summer film intern Susie Penman has worked as a bookseller, a baker, a journalist, and a copy editor. She’s also on her way to UNC-Chapel Hill to get her PhD in American Studies, after completing her MFA in Documentary Expression at the University of Mississippi.
Meet Nicole Du Bois, a commercial food photographer from North Carolina interning with Pihakis Filmmaker Ava Lowrey this summer.
James Hannaham uses fiction and dark humor to ease readers into troubling truths.
Look back to an SFA film from last summer, Everybody is Welcome. It profiles Pedro Leyva of Mundo Latino Taco Shop in Oxford, Mississippi.
The “Brown in the South” supper series, features chefs of Indian descent who have made the American South their home. Meet some of them here.
On the July 4 holiday, many of us will cook over an open flame. Helen Turner, a pitmaster from Brownsville, Tennessee, barbecues with fire every day.
Cookbooks might not be an obvious flag for the LGBT community to fly. But it’s exactly that that makes them so unexpectedly powerful.