This year, Mashama Bailey will cook Saturday’s Tabasco luncheon at the fall symposium. Her menu will be a tribute to the great writer (and photographer) Zora Neale Hurston.
Highlands Food & Wine invites you to a celebration of the many lives and achievements of Louis Osteen in beautiful Highlands, North Carolina on October 8 at 6 p.m.
On Barbecue Friday, learn about one version of Texas barbecue with this film on Valentina’s Tex-Mex Barbecue in Austin.
Chuck Ferrell of Chuck’s Bar-B-Q in Opelika, Alabama, is a born-again Christian who uses his barbecue as a tool for conversion. He keeps a stock of religious tracts by the register and wields a barbecue pitchfork for a living.
Vishwesh Bhatt is a Southern chef using flavors from his childhood to add to the lexicon of Southern Food. Watch this short film by SFA summer film intern Nicole Du Bois, about Chef Bhatt.
SFA Pihakis Filmmaker Ava Lowrey made two films for the 2018 Egerton Prize Awards Ceremony, which took place in Nashville on August 12. We invite you to watch them.
This week, SFA hosts its second annual Summer Documentary Workshop, taught by Pihakis Foodways Filmmaker Ava Lowrey.
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.
SFA’s latest documentary film, “Souped: The Pinto Bean Story” explores the importance of soup beans through Kentucky Chef Ouita Michel and her mentor Freda Raglin.