New York City students team up with youth from Tennessee to document daily life in the mountains of Appalachia. Young producers capture the strength and dignity of one family as they struggle to survive impoverished conditions and living without electricity or running water. Letta’s Family is a personal look at the circumstances of poverty in rural America.
National Educational Film & Video Festival, First Place, 1986
Hometown USA Video Festival, First Place, 1986
Birmingham Educational Film Festival, Best Americana Video, 1988
A film produced by high school students who participated in EVC’s Youth Documentary Workshop, 1985.
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