Southern Circuit Film Series

Hapeville Hosts Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers!

The City of Hapeville proudly presents the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers. The 2023- 2024 Series Screenings will continue in Fall 2023 starting in the month of September. Free admission and/or access to each film screening!

There are three (3) films this Fall season. The films will be screened at Christ Church & Carriage House located at Jess Lucas Y-Teen Park, 680 South Central Ave, Hapeville, GA 30354. Reception will take place at 6pm and the screening will take place at 7pm. Please visit this page regularly for ongoing updates and information. We will do our best to keep you informed of all screening changes. As always, we appreciate your interest in the 2023-2024 South Arts Film Series!

Please visit the Southern Circuit Website for additional information on the grant series. 

The views and content expressed in the films of the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers do not represent the views of The City of Hapeville. Some films are for mature audiences and are subject to viewer discretion.

October 13, 2023

The Only Doctor is directed by Matthew Hashiguchi and produced by Anjanette Levert.

The Only Doctor tells a contemporary story of rural healthcare in the United States as it centers on Dr. Karen Kinsell, who for nearly 20 years has been the only doctor in a Southwest Georgia county.

Visit The Only Doctor film website for more information.

October 27, 2023

Black Barbie is directed and produced by Lagueria Davis and co-produced by Aaliyah Williams. 

Black Barbie - Through intimate access to a charismatic Mattel insider, Beulah Mae Mitchell, Black Barbie delves into the cross section of merchandise and representation as Black women strive to elevate their own voices and stories, refusing to be invisible.

Visit the Black Barbie film website for more information.

November 3, 2023

One Pint at a Time is directed and produced by Aaron Hose and co- produced by Brigitte Hose. 

One Pint at a Time Craft beer generates tens of billions of dollars annually for the US economy. Despite beer’s Egyptian and African heritage, these traditions have been mostly forgotten and are rarely found in American brewing culture. Today, Black-owned breweries make up less than 1% of the nearly 9,000 breweries in operation. Eager to shift the historical perception of who makes and drinks beer, Black brewers, brand owners and influencers across the country are reshaping the craft beer industry and the future of America’s favorite adult beverage.

Visit the One Pint at a Time film website for more information or to view the trailer.



The Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers is a program of South Arts. Southern Circuit screenings are funded in part from South Arts in a partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.