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Unbroken Tradition: Film Facts

1986, Film: 16mm
29 minutes, Color
Description: Unbroken Tradition is a portrait of Jerry Brown, a ninth generation potter from Hamilton, Alabama. It looks at the continuation of this family tradition since Jerry's great-great-great grandfather set up his potter's wheel in Georgia around 1800.
Featuring: Jerry Brown
Copyright: 1986 Appalshop
Filmmaker(s): Joey Brackner, Erin Kellen, Herb Smith
Produced by: Alabama State Council on the Arts and Appalshop, Inc.
Cinematography: Joe Gray, Jr.
Editing: Herb E. Smith
Sound: Herb E. Smith
Acknowledgements: Special thanks to Ricky Skaggs for permission to use songs from his 1982 album "Highways & Heartaches". Thanks to Hank Willett, Hattie Mae Brown, Jenell Brown, Gerald Stewart, Teresa Rye Timbrook, Joe Wilson, John Burrison. Albert B. Head, Executive Producer Alabama State Council on the Arts.
Funding: Grants from The National Endowment for the Arts Folk Arts Program and Southeast Media Fellowship Program
Awards: First place, American Film Festival

Distribution: Appalshop, Inc.
91 Madison Ave, Whitesburg, KY 41858
Distributor Email: Contact
Distributor Website: Appalshop, Inc.
Distributor Telephone: 606.633.0108

Archives & Stock Footage: Appalshop, Inc.
91 Madison Ave, Whitesburg, KY 41858
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Archives & Stock Footage Website: Appalshop, Inc.
Archives & Stock Footage Telephone: 606.633.0108


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