Folkstreams Documents America, An Hour At a Time Virginia filmmaker Tom Davenport is best known for his movie adaptations of Brothers Grimm fairy tales — set in Appalachia. Now he spends much of his time making sure people see the work of other filmmakers. His Folkstreams.net is an online archive for documentaries on a range of folk culture, virtually all of them impossible to find anywhere else.
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Folkstreams Documents America, An Hour At a Time

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Folkstreams Documents America, An Hour At a Time

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Filmmaker and Folkstreams founder Tom Davenport on Hollin Farm with Sarah Toth, a collaborator on his From the Brothers Grimm fairytale films. hide caption

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Filmmaker and Folkstreams founder Tom Davenport on Hollin Farm with Sarah Toth, a collaborator on his From the Brothers Grimm fairytale films.