SFA screened our 100th film this weekend. We extend sincere thanks to those who’ve steadily supported our film work.
White tablecloths matter. But that place around the corner matters, too.
Last week I packed up our SFA film equipment and headed to Music City to explore the growing Kurdish community, known as Little Kurdistan.
Dalton Stevens has been creating folk art with buttons for over 20 years, becoming known as “The Button King.” Pihakis Film Fellow Ava Lowrey documents his story in a short film that will screen at the Oxford Film Festival February 19 and 20.
On Thursday, February 25, Alabama Chanin celebrates our region’s past, present, and future—and its great food—through film.
Join SFA on Wednesday February 17 from 6 to 9pm as we kick off the Oxford Film Festival with an evening of food and films.