southern movies

This week’s #southernchat is Oscar-inspired as we focus on some of the best Southern films & movies of all time. There are so many great movies, from new films to classics, that are set in the South or inspired by Southern events. Not to mention our favorite actors & actresses, landmarks, storylines and memories from these cinema staples.

best southern movies

best southern films

I know I have just scratched the surface of the chat with some of the movies I decided to include in today’s post but I just can’t wait to hear from you and see what I missed {especially the classics!} I hope you’ll join us and walk the red carpet to a fun chat.

southernchat

#southernchat: southern film (Monday, 2/25/13, 9:00 pm est)

Q1: When it comes the classics, what are your favorite classic southern films?

Q2: Now onto newer films … name your favorite southern movie of today.

Q3: If you had to pick just one movie that is quintessentially southern to you, what would it be & why?

Q4: We just saw so many of them walk the red carpet at the Oscars, who are your favorite southern actors & actresses?

Q5: If you were producing the next award-winning southern film, what would it be? Setting, plot, characters & more in 140 characters!

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Southern Film: Fried Green Tomatoes, Pure Country, Driving Miss Daisy, Sweet Home Alabama, Walk the Line, Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil, Steel Magnolias, Gone with the Wind, O Brother, Where Art Thou, Forrest Gump.

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