This film explores the Rastafarians, Baptists and Orisha religious groups 07-27-2013
Soil and Sand
I grew up in the small hamlet of Sagaponack, a rural Eastern Long Island, New York farming community, where I spent the first twelve years of my life. During the last few decades, Sagaponack has undergone some major changes; widespread development, skyrocketing land values and the end of many local family farms. A combination of video and oral history this short documentary follows the community during its bid for incorporation, an attempt by its citizens to protect the home that they love. Through a series of interviews throughout this tumultuous time
( 2005), the film explores how residents are dealing with these changes and their aspirations for Sagaponack’s future.