Directed by Herb E. Smith, this 1984 film traces the evolution of the “hillbilly” image to explore how stereotypes are created, reinforced and used to rationalize exploitation. “Strangers and Kin” suggests how a people can embrace modernity without becoming strangers to their kin. Popcorn and soda will be provided. $4 for KHS members and $8 for all other patrons. Contact Mike Deetsch at 502-564-1792 for more information.
Location:Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History
100 West Broadway
Frankfort, KY 40601