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The Film...


For those of you who have followed the blog, you may recall that this whole ordeal started with the idea that we were making a movie. Well, I'm pleased to announce that the movie is finally (almost) done. We're in the process of creating a new website (don't worry, we'll still archive the blog!) and we'll be releasing a trailer for the film early next year. We hope to announce screenings soon, so get ready to see "Eating Alabama" in 2012!

Directing the final scene of the film out at Snow's Bend. 

The film has received great support from the Independent Television Service (ITVS), Alabama Public Television, the Alabama State Council on the Arts and the Alabama Humanities Foundation, among others. We look forward to sharing it all with you in the New Year!

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Great news, congratulations! I hope you can bring it to the Crescent Theatre in Mobile. Really looking forward to it.

January 30, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAng J.

I have long considered the ramifications of the argo-industrial complex. Growing up on a farm in southeast Alabama and watching the deterioration of my family's farm, I know first hand the unscrupulous nature of corporate farms and the processing of food. We grew everything but still purchased the majority of the food we ate from the grocery store. We rarely had time for our own garden. We were busy mass producing. I have recently moved back to the area and it is still an agrarian based economy and we do have access to local produce, however I long for the time needed to produce my own food. Thank you for this film.

February 7, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJustin Hovey

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