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History & Biography

Rock Castle Home

In the mid-1930s, the Blue Ridge Parkway was born. As Rock Castle Gorge became part of the National Park Service’s plan to lure tourists to

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Homeland/Wetland

Homeland/Wetland is a short experimental documentary that takes a hyper-local look at the nearly extinct South Louisiana lifestyle of living off of the land and

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Audio Under The Stars

Launched in 2014,  Audio Under the Stars is a summer-long outdoor audio festival that takes place in Durham, North Carolina.  Audio Under the Stars is

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Saltwata Vibes

Around the world, African Diasporic communities are able to breathe life into the cultures they have created by creating vehicles to carry the culture forward.

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Natour’s Grocery

Filmmaker Nadine Natour turns her lens on her parents and her hometown, Appomattox, VA, to capture the story of her parents’ emigration from Palestine to

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Satana Deberry

Black officials in cities with significant black populations face a unique task. They are elected by everyone, to protect everyone, knowing all too well that

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Clarkston

CLARKSTON aspires to discover the soul of America by examining it through the eyes of “outcasts.” Intimate character-driven stories lead us through a small Southern

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In So Many Words

Lucy Daniels believes that a family secret her sister told her when she was only four years old radically impacted the trajectory of her life,

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Summer Headstones

Abandoned and repurposed public pools litter the Southern landscape, silent monuments to a time when white officials abruptly closed pools down, instead of allowing African

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