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Flannery (film)

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Flannery is documentary film from Long Distance Productions about American novelist Flannery O'Connor [1] [2]

The film had its world premiere in October 2019 at the opening night of the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival[3], as well as additional screenings at the New Orleans Film Festival and Austin Film Festival.[4][5]



Directed by Elizabeth Coffman and Mark Bosco, Flannery is the first National Endowment for the Humanities feature documentary to explore the life of acclaimed southern U.S. writer, Flannery O'Connor [7]

Elizabeth is a documentary filmmaker, scholar and professor at Loyola University Chicago. She owns and directs films with Ted Hardin of Long Distance Productions. Mark is a Jesuit priest, O’Connor scholar and Vice President for Mission and Ministry at Georgetown University. [8]

The score for the film, by award-winning composer Miriam Cutler ("RBG", "Dark Money") includes O'Connor-inspired songs by Bruce Springsteen and Lucinda Williams. With animations, letters, never-before-seen photographs and archival footage, soul-raising music and insights from top American writers, actors and critics, the film illustrates the life of the brilliant and reclusive writer.[9]

Executive producers include Bob Hercules, Christopher O’Hare and Stefan Sonnenfeld.


Flannery became the first winner of the Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for Film.[10] [11] Filmmaker Ken Burns who chairs his namesake award said in regard to the film, “Flannery” is an extraordinary documentary that allows us to follow the creative process of one our country’s greatest writers.”[12]

In October 2019 Flannery was awarded the prize for best Documentary Feature at the Austin Film Festival. [13]

The film had its world premiere in October 2019 at the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival.[14]


  1. "Flannery" Film Screening Preview and Birthday Celebration, retrieved 2019-08-16
  2. "Elizabeth Coffman & Mark Bosco's "Flannery" Wins Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize". womenandhollywood.com. Retrieved 2019-11-02.
  3. "Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival hosts world premiere of 'Flannery,' documentary on writer Flannery O'Connor". NON FICTION FILM. Retrieved 2019-11-02.
  4. "Flannery". New Orleans Film Society. 2019-08-20. Retrieved 2019-11-02.
  5. "2019 Austin Film Festival & Conference: Flannery". 2019austinfilmfestivalconfe.sched.com. Retrieved 2019-11-02.
  6. Flannery, retrieved 2019-08-16
  7. "Flannery Uncut: A Sneak Peek at a New Film About Flannery O'Connor". Fordham Newsroom. Retrieved 2019-08-16.
  8. "Flannery O'Connor Film Screening, Part of Lenten Series | College of Nursing and Health". cnh.loyno.edu. Retrieved 2019-08-16.
  9. "Award for Flannery O'Connor film brings new attention to Catholic writer". America Magazine. 2019-10-25. Retrieved 2019-11-02.
  10. Messman, Lauren (2019-10-16). "Flannery O'Connor Documentary Wins New Award From Library of Congress". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2019-11-02.
  11. "Ken Burns is behind new grant for film on Flannery O'Connor". AP NEWS. 2019-10-16. Retrieved 2019-11-02.
  12. McNary, Dave; McNary, Dave (2019-10-16). "Ken Burns, Library of Congress to Present Documentary Award to 'Flannery'". Variety. Retrieved 2019-11-02.
  14. "HSDFF opens with 'Flannery,' Dianne Ladd". The Sentinel Record. 2019-10-19. Retrieved 2019-11-02.

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