POPCORN SUTTON - A HELL OF A LIFE

returns to the big screen

POPCORN SUTTON - A HELL OF A LIFE returns the big screen
in the 16th Annual Real to Reel International Film Festival. The outsider documentary chronicles the life and times of the world's most famous moonshiner in privileged footage filmed in North Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia from 2000 - 2009.

The 2015 Real to Reel International Film Festival runs from Wednesday, July 22nd through Saturday, July 25th. Tickets are available for individual film blocks or by full festival pass.

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A HELL OF A LIFE plays Thursday, July 23rd
in the film block beginning at 7PM

The producer/director will be on hand afterwards for Q & A.


Real to Reel International Film Festival, Kings Mountain, NC
July 22nd - 25th, 2015

 

DVDs :


POPCORN SUTTON - A HELL OF A LIFE

Format: DVD Video • 89 minutes total media
Price: $25

Filmed in North Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia, from 2000 until Sutton’s death in 2009, A HELL OF A LIFE is an unforgettable portrait of the last great moonshiner. featuring Popcorn Sutton, Jesco White, JB Rader. music by Dana & Susan Robinson, Grifters & Shills, Henry Queen, Ola Belle Reed, Patty Hurst Shifter and Joe Knowlton.

 

THE LAST ONE and THIS IS THE LAST DAM RUN OF LIKKER I'LL EVER MAKE

Format: DVD Video • 2 hours 49 minutes total media
Price: $20

The award-winning PBS special and the original cult-classic that together turned an enterprising moonshiner into a new American legend. featuring Popcorn Sutton, JB Rader. music by Raymond Fairchild, Abigail Moore, Bill Milsaps and more.

 

THE OUTLAW LEWIS REDMOND and THE PRINCE OF DARK CORNERS

Format: DVD Video • 2 hours total media
Price: $20

Called An American Robin Hood and The Jesse James of the Mountains, 'Major' Lewis Redmond was once the most famous outlaw in the United States. Celebrated Appalachian playwright Gary Carden's THE PRINCE OF DARK CORNERS features an electrifying portarit of Redmond by Milton Higgins, and the PBS special The Outlaw Lewis Redmond details the life and times of one of America's greatest outlaw heroes. Includes commentary and bonus features.

 

 

SUCKER PUNCH PICTURES is an independent film production company established to produce a series of films about Appalachian history, heritage, and moonshine. Films include the Emmy Award-winning THE LAST ONE with Popcorn Sutton, which inspired the Discovery Channel show Moonshiners, as well as the cult classic THIS IS THE LAST DAM RUN OF LIKKER I'LL EVER MAKE. Other award-winning films include THE OUTLAW LEWIS REDMOND and THE PRINCE OF DARK CORNERS.

The eagerly anticipated A HELL OF A LIFE released in November, 2014.


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Related works on Appalachian culture and heritage include the NC Language and Life Project films MOUNTAIN TALK and THE QUEEN FAMILY - APPALACHIAN TRADITION AND MUSIC, and the music and story compilations, AN UNCLOUDED DAY and BACK PORCH MUSIC.