North Dixie Drive is a powerful and compelling look at a small American town and the devastating effects of its failing economy. It is the portrait of a small community of businesses and people who reside in the Northridge section of Dayton, Ohio, a collection of people, from all walks of life, who live and work around a traffic circle situated along a stretch of highway I-75. The film focuses on their fight to keep their way of life and careers afloat in difficult financial times.
“NORTH DIXIE DRIVE is an intimate and very entertaining portrait of the culture and characters inhabiting a small slice of America in the form of a traffic circle in Dayton, Ohio. I highly recommend Eric Mahoney’s film — a perfect cinematic piece of cultural anthropology.”
– Jim Jarmusch / Director