Blood Peach

Institute History

  • 2019 Sundance Documentary Film Grant


Wild peaches grow lush along the Mississippi River yet remain untouched by the people of Natchez— they know the bloody past that feeds this strange fruit. blood peach is an experimental documentary unearthing an oral history that took root in the collective memory of a small Southern town.


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