SFA films document the lives of foodways practitioners, including cooks, farmers, waiters, and a wide range of other folk.
Two families in Mississippi share their reasons for keeping the tradition of cooking and gathering alive.
A film by Brittny Miller. Created during the inaugural 2022 SFA Film Residency.
In 2021, SFA honored Chapel Hill, North Carolina, chef, author, and activist Bill Smith with the Craig Claiborne Lifetime Achievement Award.
Film by SFA Pihakis filmmaker Zaire Love.
Working in Atlanta, Georgia, Jackson, Mississippi, and beyond, Dara Cooper has long advocated for racial justice through equitable food systems. For her remarkable work, Dara Cooper received the 2021 John Egerton Prize.
Film by Jasmine Williams.