The Rayburns are damned if they do, damned if they don't.
Documentary about the brave Alabama communities that embrace LGBT rights makes its world premiere.
Netflix sets release date of May 27 as hit series releases on DVD.
Book editor Maxwell Perkins comes to life on screen as Colin Firth in a drama about literary giant Thomas Wolfe.
Now in its third year, the Chattanooga Film Festival at the helm of Chris Dortch is getting bigger and gaining attention outside of the South.
Natalie Baszile's South Louisiana sugarcane story begins filming this month for OWN Network.
Baton Rouge food blogger Jay Ducote dishes about his humble rise to fame, that gumbo moment during his run on Food Network Star and his secrets for making the perfect gumbo at home.
Genre classics and cult hits — all shot before 1985 — depict a South filled with one-lane roads that are just a wrong turn away from certain doom.
One Mississippi county’s rebellion against the Confederacy comes to life on the big screen next year.
Subject of the upcoming film "The Free State of Jones," Mississippi's Newton Knight is remembered in his home of Jones County as both a hero and a scoundrel.