ALABAMALAND

Jones Farm is a lush, 688-acre farm situated in the heart of western Alabama. Three generations of black women explore their very different ties to this place that shaped them and continues to exert a strange hold on their identities. This is the same plot of land that their ancestors once worked as slaves—a history that is important to their identities and to how they navigate the world.

Film Details

Director: April Dobbins; Producers: Moira Griffin, Trevite Willis, April Dobbins

Year Funded

  • 2018