In Delicious Foods, James Hannaham explores the generational effects of slavery and systemic racism.
A native of Northport, Alabama, George Archibald opened Archibald’s Bar-B-Q in 1962. George Archibald, Jr. was twelve years old when he started working in the family business. Today, he and his sister, Paulette Washington, the restaurant.
SFA hosts a film screening, barbecue discussion, and tasting of whole hog Tennessee barbecue with Zach Parker in Memphis on August 16 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $12.
This week, SFA hosts its second annual Summer Documentary Workshop, taught by Pihakis Foodways Filmmaker Ava Lowrey.
Join SFA in Nashville Sunday, August 12, 2018, as we honor this year’s John Egerton Prize winners.
We live in a time when our food chain is so complex, and consumers are so disconnected from farms, that we are often ignorant of the unsavory labor practices that drive economies.
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.