SFA will be around the event all weekend, but be sure to grab a ticket to the Potlikker Film Festival on Wednesday, March 5. The night will begin at High Wire Distilling Co. with cocktails and a screening of SFA films, including the South Carolina premiere of Sapelo. Underwritten by Whole Foods Market, it’s Joe York’s take on the red pea that just might save an island. Also scheduled are Poke, a film on the South’s deadliest green, and Eggers, a look at Arkansas paddlefish caviar. The party will then move outside, where guests will enjoy Lowcountry cuisine from Jeremiah Bacon of The Macintosh, BJ Dennis, an interpreter of Gullah and Geechee cookery, Robert Stehling of Hominy Grill, and Stuart Tracy of Butcher & Bee.
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