This is a scene from filmmaker Byron Hurt's documentary "Soul Food Junkies," which will be shown at the Community Cinema tonight (Jan. 8).

Get an interesting look at the soul food tradition in a free advance screening of the documentary "Soul Food Junkies," as part of the Community Cinema at 6:30 p.m. tonight (Jan. 8) at the William F. Laman Library auditiorium.

The documentary will officially air on AETN at 9 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14.

In "Soul Food Junkies," filmmaker Byron Hurt explores the historical and culinary significance of soul food and its relevance to the black culture.

The advance screening is part of AETN's Community Cinema-- a free monthly screening series that aims to engage communities through films produced by the Independent Television Service (ITVS), featuring monthly screenings followed by panel discussions with organizations, local communities and special guest speakers. Partners include UALR Public Radio/KUAR FM 89.1 and the Laman Library.

For more information, call AETN at 800-662-2386 or click here.

See the trailer for the movie below.