Claudia Stack is an educator and filmmaker who began her film career by documenting historic African American schools in her region in 2003. Her subsequent documentaries about these schools. which African American communities helped to build during the segregation era, have screened at National Trust for Historic Preservation conferences, colleges, festivals, and many other venues. In fall 2017 Stack completed a new feature documentary about sharecropping, and the LINC URBAN FARM short film stems from that project and touches on themes of land access, food deserts, and how farming/gardening can improve a person's skills and sense of self-worth.
  • Director (4 Credits)
    LINC Urban Farm2018
    Documentary
    Sharecrop2017
    Documentary
    Sharecrop: Delta Cotton2017
    Documentary, Short
    Carrie Mae: An American Life2015
    Documentary
  • Writer (4 Credits)
    LINC Urban Farm2018
    Documentary
    Sharecrop2017
    Documentary
    Sharecrop: Delta Cotton2017
    Documentary, Short
    Carrie Mae: An American Life2015
    Documentary
  • Producer (1 Credit)
    Carrie Mae: An American Life2015
    Documentary
official selection
LINC Urban Farm
Chick Flicks Festival
Wilmington, NC
2018
official selection
Sharecrop: Delta Cotton
Copa Shorts Film Festival
Maricopa AZ
2018
official selection
Sharecrop: Delta Cotton
Rapport International Black Film Festival
London
2018
n/a
Sharecrop
Screening hosted by UNC Wilmington's Upperman African American Cultural Center
Wilmington, NC
2016
n/a
Carrie Mae: An American Life
Cameron Art Museum Screening
Wilmington, NC
2014
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