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The 16th Annual Sidewalk Film Festival
August 22-24

7-24-2014: We will continue to add details to this schedule as the Festival approaches. Please bookmark the page so that you can find the schedule easily. 

Sidewalk Film Festival is produced by the Alabama Moving Image Association, a federally recognized 501c3 non-profit organization with a mission to inspire, encourage and support filmgoers, the city of Birmingham and the filmmaking community. In addition to hosting the annual film festival, we host monthly networking and educational events, a monthly documentary series, short film and screenwriting competitions, manage a youth board and a variety of other year-round programs. 

Tickets sales to our events cover approximately 1/3 of our annual operating cash budget, so we depend on corporate sponsors, grant-making organizations and individuals like you to survive. if you’d like to know more about supporting Sidewalk, please contact us at sidewalk@sidewalkfest.com.



 
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Sunday, August 24 • 3:40pm - 5:40pm
Teen Made Shorts LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

The Music Box
Director: Jacqueline Olivo / NAR / USA / 5min
Mitchell and his sister clean out the attic one day and come across a foreboding box marked 'DO NOT OPEN'. Inside - a music box.

No Hug Zone
Director: Jacqueline Olivo / NAR / USA / 8min
In the year 2014, scientists concluded that a Touch Transmitted Disease—a T.T.D.—could be contracted through any bodily contact.

Changing Identity
Director: Mary Adams / DOC / USA / 3min
A high school sophomore discusses his decision to come out as a transgendered male, and the philosophical considerations behind his identity.

iControl
Director: Rhys Castro / NAR / USA / 5min
Two girls get more than they bargained for when they try out a smart phone that use to be owned by 'Steve.'

Bongo
Director: Evan Sennett / NAR / USA / 5min
A curious looking boy named Bongo sits at a table and watches a couple dance.

Regione Caecorum (“In the Land of the Blind”)
Director: Drew Goldsmith / NAR / USA / 3min
An evening of speed dating turns the tables on ability—and disability.

Once Upon a Childhood
Directors: Marcella Park & Sarah McAllister / DOC / Laos, USA / 8min
A piercing look at children and teens who have been maimed when setting off unexploded bombs in Laos.

Wings of Peace
Director: Danielle Stolz / DOC / Laos, USA / 5min
Boundaries of language and culture are transcended when Laotians affected by unexploded bombs fold cranes and share their dreams for a better life.

Swords Into Plowshares: Life After the Secret War in Laos
Director: Max Cho / DOC / Laos, USA / 4min
A haunting look at one of the United States' darkest historical moments, the Secret War on Laos.

Invisible
Director: Danielle Stolz / NAR / USA / 10min
An incredibly plain girl turns her popular best friend invisible out of jealousy.

Minimum Max
Director: Joshua Ovalle / DOC / USA / 3min
Max, a high school student, struggles with his ADD and all the medications that come along with it.

Your Second Self
Director: Anna Vosbigian / NAR / USA / 2min
A phone looks back on her time with her owner.

Iceberg
Director: Rachel Lin / NAR / USA / 5min
A drama queen takes his role as the iceberg that sunk the titanic to the brink. His drama teacher and fellow students are not impressed.

In Fiction
Director: Andrew Robbin / NAR / USA / 7min
A writer finds himself in a bind with his wife when a character he's created begins to take over his life.

Overflow
Director: Ruby Drake / NAR / USA / 7min
Two girls try to work through an unexpected crisis in their friendship.

Epitaph
Director: Charles Blecker / NAR / USA / 6min
An unusual boy, Billy Coffin takes his name seriously and prepares for the inevitable.

The History Lesson
NAR / UK / 3min
Set in the year 2099, this mockumentary film shows how teenagers will be home schooled.

A Form of Creation
Director: Mark Lee / NAR / USA / 12min
Jesse’s world is crumbling: Her father has gone missing, her mother offers no support, her house is falling apart, and Jesse must continue creating art to keep herself sane. Had her mirror not spoken, she might have been fine. A production of the 2013-14 Sidewalk Youth Board.

Good Hope
Director: Brendan Gosse / NAR / USA / 1min
A little girl refuses to eat her dinner as her family tries to hide a dark secret.

Trauma
Director: Camilo Diaz / NAR / USA / 10min
After his car crash, Mitch suffers trauma, but he is never able to find the reason behind it.

The Date
Director: Austin Lovelace / NAR / USA / 8min
Austin will do anything to keep his little sister from going on a date.

Go
A music video. A young couple wakes up one morning, forgetful of the night before, and fights to keep their relationship together.

PSA

Y.E.L.L.O.W.
Director: Brendan Gosse / NAR / USA / 1min
An abstract interpretation of the color yellow.

Share Our Stories: David
Directors: Maxine Malekmehr & Nikki Nickfardjam / DOC / USA / 1min
This PSA was produced by The Righteous Conversations Project, which brings together Holocaust survivors and teens to create media projects that address injustices in our world.

Learn Your Heritage
Directors: Maxine Malekmehr & Nikki Nickfardjam / DOC / USA / 2min
This PSA was produced by The Righteous Conversations Project, which brings together Holocaust survivors and teens to create media projects that address injustices in our world.

Sunday August 24, 2014 3:40pm - 5:40pm
Rushton Theatre (McWane Science Center) 200 19th St. N. (enterance on 3rd Ave. N.)

Attendees (11)