SHARECROP screened March 15 at the 2018 National Council for Black Studies conference in Atlanta
SHARECROP DELTA COTTON will screen in June, 2018 at the Rapport International Black Film Festival in London
SHARECROP showcases the experience of ten individuals who were involved in sharecropping during the segregation era. Featuring rare archival footage and many period images, the film conveys stories from cotton sharecroppers in the Mississippi Delta, tobacco sharecroppers in the Carolinas, and others. SHARECROP explores their lives, the way they worked, and celebrates the resilience of the South’s forgotten farmers. The film was made possible by the generous support of the Middle Road Foundation.
“SHARECROP is one of only a few documentaries that effectively capture the authentic contemporary voice of sharecroppers.” – Dr. C Sade Turnipseed. Asst. Professor of History, MVSU & Cotton Pickers of America Historic Monument Project
SHARECROP screening options
2) Theater screening: Click to request a SHARECROP screening in your area through TUGG! There is no upfront cost for this option, TUGG rents the theater and retains a portion of ticket sales. Screening organizers receive 5% of ticket sales!
3) Campus/community screening: Click to arrange a screening at a non-theater venue (various price levels)
4) Purchase the SHARECROP DVD and Companion Guide set licensed for classroom/library use. Send a check made to Stack Stories LLC for $59.95 to: Claudia Stack Stack Stories LLC, P.O. Box 525, Rocky Point, NC 28457. Be sure to include your mailing address. Shipping via media mail is included in the price. Contact Claudia Stack if you wish to request an invoice for your institution.
SHARECROP was screened at the Cape Fear Independent Film Festival in 2017. This film project is made possible by the generous support of the Middle Road Foundation. In addition, Claudia Stack thanks Carolina Video Edit and Historic Wilmington Foundation for their invaluable help.