Filmmaker Keeley Steenson has put together a series of films about Texas foodways for Film Feast, a film festival put on by the Southern Food & Beverage Museum. Two of the films are Foodways Texas’ productions, Good, Better, Best and Vencil Lives Here, both directed by Steenson.
You can catch Keeley at the Zeitgeist Multi-disciplinary Arts Center on Sunday at 2:30pm, and you can find the full list of Texas films here.
Vencil Lives Here
Directed by Keeley Steenson, filmed by Keeley Steenson & Joe York
Vencil Lives Here tells the story of Vencil Mares and the Taylor Cafe, a barbecue joint located in Taylor, Texas. Vencil opened Taylor Cafe in 1948 and still runs it today.