The 1996 documentary "Clay in the Blood: The Meaders Family, Folk Pottery Tradition". Contains the last known video with Lanier Meaders, describing the origin and popularization of the face jug. Produced and directed by award winning video artist Doug Loggins. Premiered at the Atlanta History Center Folk Art Festival in 1996. Also contains footage of many other family members, young and old, compairing and contrasting their styles, with footage from the original Smithsonian film of Cheever Meaders. See the startling view of a "burning", pots finish in a traditional wood burning kiln. A history of the family and the traditional style of pottery making.
1993 documentary "The Pasaquoyan - The life and works of visionary artist Eddie Owens Martin, a.k.a. 'St. EOM'". St. EOM was a farmer, fortune teller, prostitute, prophet, a gifted visionary artist and architect of 'Pasaquan' - an art environment where the past and the future came together. His story crosses space and time travelling form New York City to Buena Vista, Georgia to the psychic realm of giants with "upswept hair"
Produced and directed by award winning video artist Doug Loggins. Featured in the Louisville (Ky) Film and Video festival, The Vanderbilt University 'Sinking Creek' Film and Video Festival, and "Best Portrait of an Artist" in the Atlanta Film and Video Festival.