FOLK

FOLK

93 min. min

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NYC PREMIERE A love letter to a musical genre and an intimate portrait of working artists in America, Sara Terry’s film explores the understated but thriving subculture of folk music. While its mass appeal peaked in the 1960s, musicians like Raina Rose, Hilary Claire Adamson, and Dirk Hamilton—ranging in age from 30 to 60—are still attending folk conferences, playing impromptu house concerts and appearing at festivals and small venues, doing what they love despite the harsh economic realities of their genre.

Director: SARA TERRY
Producer: Sara Terry, Diana O'Donnell, Henry Jacobson, & Gretchen Landau
Cinematographer: Henry Jacobson
Editor: Kate Amend
Music: Various Artists
Language: English
Country: USA