The Gullah Project was nominated for Best Documentary at Cape Fear Independent Film Festival in March. The winner for Best Documentary went to Lee’s 88 Keys, directed by Susan Robbins. She also won the award for Best Female Director. Despite not taking home the award, Cape Fear Independent Film Festival was a huge success for our team. TheContinue reading “The Gullah Project nominated for Best Documentary at Cape Fear Independent Film Festival”
The McKissick Museum will present Shared Traditions: Sacred Music in the South on February 26-27 in Columbia, SC. The conference will begin on Friday, February 26, 2016 at 3:30 at McKissick Museum located on the campus of the University of South Carolina. There is will be an artist meet and greet with Anita Singleton-Prather,Continue reading “The McKissick Museum presents Shared Traditions: Sacred Music in the South”
The Gullah Project has been selected to screen at the 17th Annual Bare Bones International Film & Music Festival April 19-24, 2016 in Muskogee, OK. To find a complete list of screenings for this documentary film please visit the Screenings section of our webpage.
The Gullah Project has been officially selected for two prestigious film festivals. Cape Fear Independent Film Festival will be held in Wilmington, N.C., a destination located in the Gullah/Geechee Corridor, March 10th – 12th 2016. Festival dates for the 6th Annual Charlotte Black Film Festival are April 6th – 10th, 2016 at the Charlotte ConventionContinue reading “The Gullah Project selected for two prestigious film festivals”
On Tuesday, January 26th Director Denise McGill presented an update and discussed the process of making The Gullah Project at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication’s Research Roundtable Series. In attendance were fifty students and faculty members, all who have been following the progress of this documentary film. Also in attendance were two ofContinue reading “School of Journalism and Mass Communication’s Research Roundtable Series Presentation”