Sour, Sweet, Spicy: Making Home in Oxford, Mississippi from Southern Foodways on Vimeo. The Southern Foodways Alliance seeks applications for our second annual Summer Documentary Film Internship to encourage and nurture emerging documentary filmmakers. For two months this summer, two interns will work directly under the guidance and mentorship of SFA’s Pihakis Foodways Documentary Filmmaker, … Continued
SFA will screen two films at the 2018 Indie Grits Festival in Columbia, South Carolina.
For over 30 years Dolester “Dol” Miles has served as Executive Pastry Chef at Highlands Bar and Grill, Bottega, Bottega Cafe, and Chez Fonfon. Our latest SFA film by Pihakis Foodways Documentary Filmmaker Ava Lowrey, Dol, profiles Chef Miles and her dedication to her craft.
The Southern Foodways Alliance seeks applications for our second annual Summer Documentary Film Internship to encourage and nurture emerging documentary filmmakers. For two months this summer, two interns will work directly under the guidance and mentorship of SFA’s Pihakis Foodways Documentary Filmmaker, Ava Lowrey.
Ava Lowrey’s film, Johnny’s Greek and Three, has been selected for screening at the Oxford Film Festival. The film profiles chef Tim Hontzas and highlights how Greek-Southern families have shaped Birmingham dining.
View “There’s No Such Thing as Bad Pie,” honoring Karen Barker of Magnolia Grill in Durham, North Carolina. The film’s debut screening was at 2018’s Taste of the South event, hosted at Blackberry Farm.
We’re excited to announce that Johnny’s Greek and Three will screen at Oxford Film Festival as part of the festival’s documentary shorts program. Timothy Hontzas is a Homewood Chef and restaurant owner of Johnny’s – one of the top meat and three lunch spots in Birmingham (recently nominated for a James Beard Award). He is … Continued
This year, writers and documentarians asked tough questions of themselves and of their audiences.
Read SFA’s selection of the best food writing, film, and podcasts from 2017.
Demographics in Siler City, North Carolina, were revolutionized with the building and subsequent shuttering of poultry plants in the area. The community is largely Latino these days. Siler City: Bienvenido a Trabajar introduces the people behind the one stop grocery store, butcher shop and taqueria, Tienda Loma Bonita.