“We need to take care of the land, take care of each other, and leave the place better than we found it for the next generation.” Watch the trailer for SFA’s next film, Gifts from the Good Land.
Joe York’s Gospel of the Alabama Oyster will screen at the 18th annual Sidewalk Film Festival in Birmingham, Alabama.
Just off Nolensville Pike on the southern outskirts of Nashville lies Little Kurdistan — a thriving community of Kurdish immigrants and new generations of Kurdish-Americans. Little Kurdistan explores this community through the stories of four residents, two businesses, and a lot of delicious food.
Though Mr. Scott passed away last October, his story of perseverance continues to inspire future generations.
The film series Counter Histories documents the 1960s struggle to desegregate Southern restaurants.
At the Annual Interstate Mullet Toss, participants compete to throw a dead mullet the farthest across the Alabama-Florida state line.
Folkstreams, a national preserve of documentary films about American roots cultures, is featuring a collection of documentary films by South Carolina filmmaker Stan Woodward.
Nashville, Tennessee, is home to the largest group of Kurdish immigrants in the United States. Next week, SFA’s Gravy podcast will introduce you to Nashville’s Little Kurdistan.
Allan Benton never imagined himself in the bacon business.