The waiting is almost over. Only ONE DAY left until The Gullah Project’s documentary film first cut! Don’t miss out.
Land preservation, conservation issues, local farming and fisheries The first cut of the documentary film from The Gullah Project is coming in TWO DAYS!! Be ready.
The Gullah / Geechee culture is nestled along the south east coast from North Carolina to Georgia. Learn more on Monday, September 1st only THREE DAYS REMAIN!!
Labor Day Special – The first cut of The Gullah Project’s documentary film premieres in FIVE DAYS!!!
Stories about the land, water, and people of St. Helena Island: The Gullah Project’s first cut arrives in SIX DAYS!!! Keep your eyes peeled Monday, September 1st.
Join us to watch the first cut of this powerful documentary film directed by Denise McGill and edited by Hida Visuals on Monday, September 1st. Watch for exclusive behind the scenes photos all this week, and meet the team who created this documentary film. The countdown has officially begun; only SEVEN DAYS until the first cut premiers. Don’t miss it!
We’re getting noticed! The Gullah Project‘s Director Denise McGill talks food and agriculture in this exclusive Q&A with About Harvest’s Nancy O’Mallon. About Harvest provides quality stories about food and agriculture in order to inform, entertain, and connect the public to the food that is on their plates. Click the photograph below to read the full article.
Capt. Joseph “Crip” Legree is a lifelong resident of St. Helena Island. He only received a fifth-grade education. He once made his living as a net maker, a trade made obsolete by Chinese imports. He now drives his Cadillac as a sort of personal taxi, helping other senior citizens run errands in exchange for gasContinue reading “Capt. Joseph “Crip” Legree”
“If you’re fortunate enough to have a quarter of an acre of land, that’s a good thing. ‘Cause that’s yours.” —Ben Johnson Jr., Gullah farmer on St. Helena Island, S.C., on resisting tourism development. Travel to St. Helena Island, S.C., where Gullah / Geechee residents farm and fish much the way their ancestors have onContinue reading “Official First Look at The Gullah Project”