Meet the men taking Nancy Gould’s food service class at Orange Correctional Center.
In just a few weeks, the second annual Charleston Food Film Festival will welcome guests to the city for eats, drinks, and good films. This year, the SFA is pleased that one of our Greenhouse films, Mile High Pie, directed by Melanie Addington, has been selected for the lineup.
The Southern Foodways Alliance and The Southern Documentary Project will team up this May to present our first Film Storytelling Boot Camp.
The SFA wants to hire you to make a short, web-ready film (2–5 minutes) about Southern food and drink for our Greenhouse Films series.
Our latest Greenhouse Film, The Wharf, is a portrait of the Maine Avenue Fish Market in Washington, DC. Filmmakers Emily Hilliard and Ashley Melzer explain the history of the market and their motivation for making the film.
We have to admit, we had never heard of a pusharata until Meaghin Burke approached us with her idea for an SFA Greenhouse Film.
Our newest Greenhouse Film is Maque Choux by Christy Ward.
Meet Terri Rogister, a peanut farmer, agricultural consultant, and part of a multi-generational farming family in Halifax County, North Carolina.
We’re pleased to share our latest Greenhouse film with you. “Jot ‘Em Down,” by filmmakers Tyler Keith and Camilla Ann Aikin, is a snapshot of horse-racing culture in Lexington, Kentucky.