Southern Circuit Film Series

Hapeville Hosts Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers!Southern Circuit 20-21 Laurel - Black

The City of Hapeville proudly presents the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers. The 2020-2021 Series Screenings will continue in Spring 2021 starting in the month February. Each film is promptly followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker. Free admission for each film!

**PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID-19, film dates and screening options may change. The February, March and April films will be strictly virtual screenings and will not be hosted at the Historic Christ Church & Carriage House. Future hosted events will adhere to the current social distancing guidelines put forth by the Georgia Dept. of Public Health. Please visit this page regularly for ongoing updates and information. We will do our best to keep you informed of all screening changes. As always, we appreciate your interest in the 2020-2021 South Arts Film Series!

To get more information and to register for each film's virtual screening premiere, please click here.

Please visit the Southern Circuit Website for additional information on the grant series. 

The views and content expressed in the films of the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers do not represent the views of The City of Hapeville. Some films are for mature audiences and are subject to viewer discretion.

February 21-25, 2021 *VIRTUAL SCREENING*
Far East Deep South Film Still of person kneeling at a tombstone engraved "Lou"

Far East Deep South is directed by Larissa Lam and produced by Baldwin Chu.

Far East Deep South explores the events of when a Chinese-American family travels from California to Mississippi to visit the grave of their ancestors, they stumble upon surprising revelations.

Visit the Far East Deep South website for more information or to view the trailer.

March 7 - March 10, 2021 *VIRTUAL SCREENING*

Warrior Women still, women in native american attire

Warrior Women is co-produced and directed by Christina D. King & Elizabeth A. Castle.

Warrior Women is the story of Madonna Thunder Hawk, one such AIM leader who shaped a kindred group of activists' children - including her daughter Marcy - into the "We Will Remember" Survival School as a Native alternative to government-run education. Together, Madonna and Marcy fought for Native rights in an environment that made them more comrades than mother-daughter.

Visit the Warrior Women website for more information or to view the trailer.

April 18-22, 2021 *VIRTUAL SCREENING*Film Still from Cured of Rev. Magora Kennedy pointing upward at Pride Month church service

Cured is co-directed by Bennett Singer and Patrick Sammon.

Cured chronicles the strategy and tactics that led to a crucial victory in the movement for LGBT rights.The film shed's new light on this victory — which was far from inevitable — while situating the APA story within the larger context of the modern movement for LGBT equality.

Visit the Cured movie website for more information or to view the trailer.

Sponsors and Partners Banner regarding the Southern Circuit Film Series 2020-2021

The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers is a program of South Arts. Southern Circuit screenings are funded in part from South Arts in a partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.