Old South – a documentary

OldSouth_Shareeable_Reflection_ABDirector/Producer/Camera/Sound: Danielle Beverly
Executive Producer: Marco Williams

NATIONAL BROADCAST on FEBRUARY 2nd at 8pm EST on The World Channel.
“Old South” was the Season 4 opener of “America ReFramed”. Encore national broadcast July 2016.

Hope is 30 years old and fighting to save her historic African American neighborhood from encroachment by an elite white fraternity, one known to fly a Confederate flag and hold an annual antebellum parade. On one block in Athens GA two communities steeped in history – one black, one white – strive to keep their respective legacies relevant in a changing American South, and the nation as a whole. “Old South” provides a window into the underlying dynamics of race relations that influence so many American communities. And ultimately inspires hope, reflection, and a crucial step forward.

To bring “Old South” to your campus or venue email Director Danielle Beverly here

Read an interview with filmmaker Danielle Beverly here

To purchase “Old South” for educational or library use, visit Women Make Movies website.

Watch the 2 minute Official Trailer:

University Film & Video Association 70th Annual Conference, Las Vegas NV – Aug 2016
Encore National Broadcast, on “America ReFramed”, World Channel/PBS – July 26, 2016
Northwestern University, Evanston IL – May 2016
Silver Springs Film Festival, Ocala FL – April 2016
SWEEt 16 vol.II- THE BLUEprint: RACE, RHYMES & REAL ESTATE – artists & activists weekend, Hot Springs, NC – Feb 2016
Northwestern University in Qatar, Doha Qatar – Feb 2016
National Broadcast, Season 4 opener of “America ReFramed”, World Channel/PBS – Feb 2016
Beaufort International Film Festival, Beaufort SC – Feb, 2016
IDFA Docs For Sale (International Documentary Film Festival of Amsterdam) – Nov 2015
a/perture Cinema, Winston Salem, NC – Nov 2015
Dallas VideoFest, Dallas TX – Oct 2015
Cal State University, Los Angeles – Oct 2015
Afghanistan International Women’s Film Festival – Oct 2015
NAME (National Assoc. of Multiculturalism in Education) Conference Film Festival – Oct 2015
Hurricane Film Festival, Mobile AL – Sept 2015
ASAP/7 Conference Film Festival (Assoc. for the Study of the Arts of the Present) – Sept 2015
ASALH (Assoc. for the Study of African American Life & History) Conference Film Festival – Sept. 2015
University of Notre Dame, DeBartolo Theatre – Sept 2015
Alabama State Council on the Arts, annual meeting of 40 arts organizations – Aug 2015
SC Courage Campaign grassroots community screening, Columbia SC – Aug 2015
Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival, “Best of the 2015 Fest” – Aug 2015
Elsewhere Museum & Int. Civil Rights Museum (co-presented), Greensboro NC – July 2015
“Healing Spaces Tour” Community Gardens Screening Tour – June / July 2015 (NY, SC, NC, GA)
Community Screening, Athens GA – July 2015
Macon Film Festival – July 2015
San Francisco DocFest – June 2015
Austin Film Society – May 2015
Marquette University – April 2015
Indie Grits Film Festival – April 2015
Duke University – April 2015
SouthArts annual board meeting, screened for 20 Southern Arts Organization Directors – April 2015
Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival – March 2015
Atlanta Film Festival – March 2015
The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Film: Presbyterian College, Clinton SC – March 2015
The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Film: Oxford College of Emory, Oxford GA – March 2015
The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Film: East Tennessee State University, Johnson City TN – March 2015
The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Film: Bailey Contemporary Arts Center, Pompano Beach FL – March 2015
The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Film: Auburn University, Auburn AL – March 2015
The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Film: IndieMemphis, Memphis TN – March 2015
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC – Jan 2015
Cucalorus Film Festival, Wilmington NC, selected for residency & Work-in-Progress screening – Nov 2014
Full Frame Documentary Film Festival – selected for Work-in-Progress screening in partnership with Southern Documentary Fund – April 2014