From romantic locations to entertaining personalities, the South is ripe for its own dose of romantic reality.
Travel to Southern towns where some of your favorite movies were shot.
From the desolate plains of West Texas to the sultry, swampy bayous of the Delta, up to the stark, cold region of Appalachia, this list will give every viewer a taste of the dark, macabre world of Southern Gothic.
Whatever your preferred type of getaway—from train travel to riverboating— the Deep South has something to unique to offer.
An interview with John Malahy, author of 'Summer Movies,' the newest book in the TCM library.
An interview with Lisa Vreeland, whose new film examines the ups and downs of Truman and Tennessee’s longtime relationship.
With the right shots and lighting, Southern sets can be made to look like nearly every region in the world.
The short film "Bottled" explores the all too timely ideas of sadness, loss and suffering.
Born in Alabama and raised in Georgia, Walton Goggins' rise to the top in the world of TV and film has been unconventional.
Inspired to write because no one took a “little black girl” seriously, Morrison reflects on her life in this new film.