Revisiting the 2022-23 Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers

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Connecting with audiences across the region

This season, the Southern Circuit of Independent Filmmakers returned to an exclusively in-person touring format after two years of online screenings and conversations. Our communities were eager to reunite with powerful stories and topics as well as engaging with the filmmaking process!

The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers connects independent filmmakers with communities throughout the South for screenings and conversations around stories, important topics, and the art of filmmaking. Filmmakers share their experiences touring for the 2022-2023 season.
 - Matt Durning and D.L. Anderson - Co-Directors, Stay Prayed Up
 - Crystal Kwok - Director/Producer, Blurring the Color Line
 - Daresha Kyi (Director/Producer), Sara Cunningham (Protagonist/activist), and Parker Cunningham (Protagonist/activist) - Mama Bears

2022-2023 Southern Circuit Screening Partners included:
 - Birmingham, AL – Sidewalk Film Center and Cinema
 - Miami, FL – O Cinema
 - Sarasota, FL – WSLR
 - Atlanta, GA – Spelman College
 - Hapeville, GA – City of Hapeville
 - Lexington, KY – Living Arts and Science Center
 - Pikeville, KY – University of Pikeville
 - Cleveland, MS – Bologna Performing Arts Center, Delta State University
 - Wilmington, NC – University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Cucalorus Film Festival, Working Films, and WHQR Public Media
 - Winston-Salem, NC – a/perture cinema
 - Clemson, SC – The Arts Center of Clemson & Clemson University World Cinema Studies Department
 - Nashville, TN – Global Education Center & Fisk University