Hal Jacobs

Hal brings a career in freelance writing and developing written/video resources for higher education into film work that focuses on arts, social justice and the environment. The Lillian Smith documentary is his first full-length project. Previously he worked on a short documentary about Georgia weaver/entrepreneur/visionary Mary Hambidge, who founded the Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts and Sciences, the oldest artists' residency program in the Southeast. His next project will look at a liberal arts education program taking place in Georgia prisons, Common Good Atlanta.

Henry Jacobs

Henry is a photographer, filmmaker and musician. He is also the Middle Chattahoochee Outreach Director for Chattahoochee Riverkeeper. His photography has appeared publicly in several juried exhibitions and can be found in the permanent collection of the Lamar Dodd Art Center of LaGrange College. A licensed drone pilot, in 2016 he travelled to La Libertad, Guatemala, to produce documentary films for a project called "Love Crosses Borders.”