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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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Thursday, August 21
 

6:00pm

The Hip-Hop Fellow
The Hip Hop Fellow follows Grammy Award winning producer 9th Wonder’s tenure at Harvard University as he teaches ‘The Standards of Hip-Hop’ course, conducts research for his thesis and explores hip-hop’s history, culture and role in academia.

The film centers on the emerging significance of incorporating hip-hop studies into academic curriculum and spotlights the scholars and musicians at the forefront of preserving 40 years of hip-hop culture.

Interviewees include Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Kendrick Lamar, Young Guru, Dr. Mark Anthony Neal, Phonte, Dr. Marcyliena Morgan, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Ab-Soul, Rapper Big Pooh and DJ Premier.

Artists

Thursday August 21, 2014 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Alys Stephens Center 1200 10th Ave. S
 
Friday, August 22
 

8:00pm

Opening Night Sponsored by Regions Bank: All American High Revisited
Limited Capacity seats available

In 1984, before cell phones, the web, and reality TV, a young director set out to document a year in the life of a typical California high school. The result was "All American High", an unusually honest and humorous look at 80's teen life. The Hollywood Reporter found it "fascinating and insightful" and The Village Voice called it "a laugh out loud documentary." Told through the eyes of a visiting foreign exchange student, the film presents an uncensored view of senior year in the era of big hair, punks and parachute pants. After the original film, many of the original subjects appear in new segments, revisiting one of the most memorable chapters in their lives.

Artists

Friday August 22, 2014 8:00pm - 9:45pm
Alabama Theatre 1817 3rd Ave. N.
 
Saturday, August 23
 

10:30am

Makin' Wookiee presented locally by Masco Fabrics
Limited Capacity seats available

MAKIN' WOOKIEE is a comedic, slice of life documentary filmed in Orange County, California. In the film we follow a group of aspiring adolescent actors as they perform a musical parody of STAR WARS. Our story is really about that moment in every tween's life when you have no idea who you are, what you're doing and everything is awkward. Now add a dash of singing, unrequited crushes and repeat. The film is shot in a traditional, nonfiction follow style, with interviews from the characters and ends with a live stage performance.

Artists
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Heidi Burkey

Director, Counter Productions
love climbing trees and making movies


Saturday August 23, 2014 10:30am - 11:45am
Rushton Theatre (McWane Science Center) 200 19th St. N. (enterance on 3rd Ave. N.)

10:30am

Wicker Kittens/ The Cake Lady presented locally by All South Appliance
Limited Capacity seats available

Open the box. Dump out all the pieces. Scramble for your lives. This is competitive jigsaw puzzling, and it turns even the mildest of mannered Midwesterners into stone-cold competitors. Every January, the top teams in the game gather at the St. Paul Winter Carnival in frigid Minnesota to determine the fastest puzzlers in the country. Wicker Kittens invites you to choose your favorite contestants—the returning champs, the upstart challengers, the sunny family or the dark horse team with nothing to lose—and watch them try to put the pieces back together.

The Cake Lady is a loving look at the life (and cakes) of Fay Tenenbaum, a senior citizen who moves from her home to assisted living. The Cake Lady herself will be attending the screening, and she just might bring along some of her famous cake!

The short film, Strike: the Greatest Bowling Story Ever Told, 13min, will be screening with Wicker Kittens and The Cake Lady.
Director: Joey Daoud / DOC / USA / 13min
The story of Bill Fong who may become the 22nd person to ever score the elusive 'perfect series' in bowling.

Artists

Saturday August 23, 2014 10:30am - 12:07pm
Recital Hall (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

11:00am

Out of Print presented locally by Brandino Brass
Limited Capacity seats available

The New Beverly Cinema is a movie theater in Hollywood, CA, that has been showing revival (not first run) double features 7 nights a week since 1978.

Theaters like the New Bev are well-loved treasures that need to be preserved right along with the films that they show, but there's a threat on the horizon... The digital revolution might end revival cinema as we know it.

Revival cinema is vital to the art of movies! And audiences and filmmakers love revival cinema at the New Beverly.

The short film, Changeover, will be screening with Out of Print.
David Ketterer & Connor Lynch / DOC / USA / 10min
The story of an independent theater and its final screening of a 35mm print film before the required change to digital presentations.

Artists

Saturday August 23, 2014 11:00am - 12:26pm
Carver Theatre 1631 4th Ave. N.

11:00am

Above All Else presented locally by Green Landscaping
Limited Capacity seats available

ABOVE ALL ELSE is an intimate portrait of a group of landowners and activists in East Texas who tried to stop construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, a $7 billion dollar project slated to carry tar sands oil from Canada to refineries on the Texas Gulf Coast. Risking financial ruin, their personal safety, and the security of their families, these unforgettable people and their stories become an exploration of the human spirit and a window into how social change happens in America.

Artists

Saturday August 23, 2014 11:00am - 12:52pm
Alabama Theatre 1817 3rd Ave. N.

11:15am

To Be Takei presented locally by Salon 2412
Limited Capacity seats available

Over seven decades, actor and activist George Takei boldly journeyed from a WWII internment camp, to the helm of the starship Enterprise, to the daily news feeds of five million Facebook fans. Join George and his husband Brad on this star's playful and profound trek for life, liberty, and love. The short film, Rosita Lopez for President, will screen with To Be Takei

Artists

Saturday August 23, 2014 11:15am - 12:48pm
Lecture Hall (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

1:15pm

An Honest Liar presented locally by AVX
Limited Capacity seats available

AN HONEST LIAR is a feature documentary about the world-famous magician, escape artist, and world-renowned enemy of deception, James ‘The Amazing’ Randi. The film brings to life Randi’s intricate investigations that publicly exposed psychics, faith healers, and con-artists with quasi-religious fervor. A master deceiver who came out of the closet at the age of 81, Randi created fictional characters, fake psychics, and even turned his partner of 25 years, the artist Jose Alvarez, into a sham guru named Carlos. But when a shocking revelation in Randi’s personal life is discovered, it isn’t clear whether Randi is still the deceiver—or the deceived.


Saturday August 23, 2014 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Red Mountain Theatre Company 301 19th St. N.

1:30pm

Living Stars presented locally by Swine Stars Productions
Limited Capacity seats available

In Buenos Aires, they are dancing. Dozens of real people, identified simply by name and occupation, are presented in their kitchens, living rooms, offices, and streets—each dancing to a fairly well-known pop song. Young and old, alone and with others, they perform for the camera with a rawness usually only reserved for the bathroom mirror. This is Living Stars.

While some dancers are very impressive—like a young boy who fully commits to his enactment of David Guetta’s “Titanium,” with the help of monkey bars—others are less so. Regardless, each performer embodies his or her given song with such complete abandonment, that the resulting joy is infectious. Filmmakers Mariano Cohn and Gastón Duprat eschew traditional narrative for a surprisingly elegant mise-en-scène. Their deliberate editing and eye for authentic, honest performances deliver a truly uplifting cinematic experience. The people of Buenos Aires dance for themselves, but in Living Stars, they also dance for us.

The short film, Master Muscles, will be screening with Living Stars.
Director: Efrén Hernández / NAR / USA / 14min
Veronica and Efren take a trip with an implied permanent vacation.

Saturday August 23, 2014 1:30pm - 2:32pm
Carver Theatre 1631 4th Ave. N.

3:35pm

The Search for General Tso presented locally by the Fairhope Film Festival & P.F. Changs
Limited Capacity seats available

THE SEARCH FOR GENERAL TSO is a feature-length documentary tracing the origins of Chinese American food through what is arguably America’s most popular takeout meal––General Tso’s Chicken.

Anchoring the film is an upbeat quest, through small towns and big cities across America and beyond, to understand the origins and popularity of Chinese American food and its top-selling dish. Who was General Tso? And why do nearly fifty thousand restaurants serve deep-fried chicken bearing his name?

Using this Americanized dish and its mysterious mastermind as a lens onto a larger story of immigration, adaptation, and innovation, the film follows a lighthearted journey, grounded in cultural and culinary history, through restaurants, Chinatowns, and the American imagination. Visits to present-day Chinese restaurants spark forays into the past, guided by chefs, scholars, and the occasional opinionated customer. The film’s lively soundtrack and shadow-puppet animations contribute both whimsy and momentum, as viewers find they’re on a search to answer a deeper question: how did America’s Chinese food become so… American?

Artists

Saturday August 23, 2014 3:35pm - 4:46pm
Carver Theatre 1631 4th Ave. N.

3:45pm

Little Hope Was Arson presented locally by JLP
Limited Capacity seats available

January 2010: In the buckle of the Bible Belt, 10 churches burn to the ground in just over a month igniting the largest criminal investigation in East Texas history. No stone is left unturned and even Satan himself is considered a suspect in this gripping investigation of a community terrorized from the inside-out. Families are torn apart and communities of faith struggle with forgiveness and justice in this incredible true story.

LITTLE HOPE WAS ARSON is a feature length documentary produced by the Collaborate & Goodnight Smoke.

Artists

Saturday August 23, 2014 3:45pm - 5:07pm
Red Mountain Theatre Company 301 19th St. N.

6:20pm

Fight Church presented locally by MDM
Limited Capacity seats available

FIGHT CHURCH is a feature documentary about the confluence of Christianity and Mixed Martial Arts. The film follows several pastors and fighters in a quest to reconcile their faith with a sport that some consider violent and barbaric. Faith is tried and questions are raised. Can you really love your neighbor as yourself and then punch him in the face?

The film is being directed by Academy Award-Winning Director Daniel Junge and his directing partner, Bryan Storkel. It is being produced by award-winning producers Eben Kostbar and Joseph McKehleer.

Our goal is to tell this entertaining story in a completely objective tone, and to let the story speak for itself. Like the Oscar-nominated Jesus Camp, the film will present these incredibly provocative characters in an objective and often sympathetic light.

We will ask the audience to come to their own conclusions about the connections between religion and condoned violence, as well as explore the growing mainstreaming of MMA in the US, and discuss Christianity in our post-modern society.

Saturday August 23, 2014 6:20pm - 7:44pm
Carver Theatre 1631 4th Ave. N.

6:40pm

The Dog
Limited Capacity seats available

In 1972, John Wojtowicz attempted to rob a Brooklyn bank to pay for his lover Ernest Aron's sex change operation. The story was the basis for the film 'Dog Day Afternoon.' THE DOG captures John, for the first time, telling his story in his own unique, offensive, hilarious and heartbreaking way.

Saturday August 23, 2014 6:40pm - 8:20pm
Lecture Hall (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

7:15pm

The Past is a Grotesque Animal
Limited Capacity seats available

THE PAST IS A GROTESQUE ANIMAL is a personal, accessible portrait of an artist – of Montreal frontman Kevin Barnes – whose pursuit to make transcendent music at all costs drives him to value art over human relationships. As he struggles with all of those around him, family and bandmates alike, he’s forced to reconsider the future of the band, begging the question—is this really worth it?

Artists

Saturday August 23, 2014 7:15pm - 8:45pm
Recital Hall (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)
 
Sunday, August 24
 

11:00am

A Fragile Trust presented locally by Home Run
Limited Capacity seats available

A FRAGILE TRUST tells the shocking story of Jayson Blair, the most infamous serial plagiarist of our time, and how he unleashed the massive scandal that rocked the New York Times and the entire world of journalism. In 2003 Blair was caught plagiarizing the work of other reporters and supplementing his own reporting with fabricated details in dozens of different stories published in the Times. The ensuing media frenzy left a major blemish on the history of the ‘Old Grey Lady’, which just a year earlier won a record 7 Pulitzer prizes for its coverage of 9/11. It was a spectacular fall for both Blair and the paper. The daily operations of the Times newsroom became a public spectacle as every major news outlet picked up the story and ran with it. The fact that Blair is African-American was emphasized again and again as accounts of the ‘Blair Affair’ served up sordid details in a soap-opera style tale of deception, drug abuse, racism, mental illness, hierarchy, white guilt, and power struggles inside the hallowed halls of the New York Times.

Through the course of the film, we follow Blair as he slowly unravels in the face of mounting pressures and distractions. Starting with his ‘reporting’ of the plagiarized article that ultimately lead to his undoing, we trace the rise and fall of this fascinating young reporter as he clings to his career at the Times even as he is losing his mind.

The Jayson Blair scandal is at the most basic level a compelling, character-driven narrative about an important chapter in the history of journalism. It is also a complex story about power, ethics, representation, race, and accountability in the mainstream media. Featuring exclusive interviews with everyone involved, including former Executive Editor Howell Raines and Blair himself, A FRAGILE TRUST is the first film to tell the whole sordid story of the scandal while exploring these deeper themes. With more and more publications moving to online-only formats and plagiarism on the rise, this cautionary tale about the slippery slope of ethical transgressions is more relevant than ever.

Sunday August 24, 2014 11:00am - 12:15pm
Carver Theatre 1631 4th Ave. N.

11:55am

Art and Craft presented locally by Patti Woods Interiors
Limited Capacity seats available

Mark Landis has been called one of the most prolific art forgers in US history. His impressive body of work spans thirty years, covering a wide range of painting styles and periods that includes 15th Century Icons, Picasso, and even Walt Disney. And while the copies could fetch impressive sums on the open market, Landis isn’t in it for money. Posing as a philanthropic donor, a grieving executor of a family member’s will, and most recently as a Jesuit priest, Landis has given away hundreds of works over the years to a staggering list of institutions across the United States. But after duping Matthew Leininger, a tenacious registrar who ultimately discovers the decades-long ruse and sets out to expose his philanthropic escapades to the art world, Landis must confront his own legacy and a chorus of museum professionals clamoring for him to stop.


Sunday August 24, 2014 11:55am - 1:25pm
Red Mountain Theatre Company 301 19th St. N.

1:00pm

My Prairie Home
Limited Capacity seats available

With only an acoustic guitar and a laptop, transgender singer/songwriter Rae Spoon, who prefers the gender-neutral pronoun “they,” embarks on a modest tour across the vast and blue-skied plains of Canada, facilitated by Greyhound buses and generic motel rooms. Delicately observed through Spoon’s contemplative moments, My Prairie Home takes an impressionistic approach to its subject, thwarting the expectations of a traditional music documentary. The film poetically weaves together Spoon’s personal history of an evangelical household back in Alberta, a troubled family life, and a forbidden first love—all of which left indelible marks on their lyrics and are brought to life through playful, music-video–like visual sequences.

Within the first moments of the film, director Chelsea McMullan visually cues the audience to subvert its expectations, preparing us to spend intimate time with her subject, who sees the world in their own way. A particular joy comes from delving into an artist’s world of music and musings; discovering Rae Spoon is this film’s biggest reward.


Sunday August 24, 2014 1:00pm - 2:16pm
Black Box Theatre (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

1:00pm

Resistance presented locally by ALFA Lumber
Limited Capacity seats available

Antibiotics have lead the fight against new diseases since their beginning in the 1940's. After almost 75 years of research regarding the effects that antibiotics have on humans, numerous studies conclude that antibiotics are not a positive, permanent disease fighting strategy. This is mostly due to the immunities that they introduce into our bodies. Resistance explores this strong hypothesis, included are interviews with doctors on both sides of the debate. The slick and concise documentary provides an amazing crash course in the flux world of antibiotics. Never leaning too far on one side of the issue, Resistance finds a wonderful balance between informing the viewer about the facts while reminding us to further educate ourselves about this worldwide challenge


Sunday August 24, 2014 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Lecture Hall (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

1:15pm

No No: A Dockumentary presented locally by Lovoy, Summerville & Shelton
Limited Capacity seats available

On June 12, 1970, Dock Ellis threw a no-hitter for the Pittsburgh Pirates. In 136 years of baseball history, only 276 no-hitters have been recorded. Dock is the only pitcher to ever claim he accomplished his while high on LSD.

During his 12 years in the major leagues, Dock lived the expression “Black is Beautiful!” He wore curlers on the field. He stepped out of his Cadillac wearing the widest bell bottoms and the broadest collars. When he put on his uniform, he was one of the most intimidating pitchers of the 1970s.

Dock was often at the forefront of controversy and has been called the “Muhammad Ali of Baseball.” He was an outspoken leader of a new wave of civil rights in sports, when black athletes were no longer content to accept second-class treatment or keep their mouths shut about indignities. For this, the press labeled him a militant.

After Dock retired from baseball, he was as outspoken about his addictions to alcohol and amphetamines (aka “greenies”) as he had been about racial prejudice during his career. He spent his last decades using that blunt honesty as a counselor helping other addicts, until his death from liver disease in 2008.

Since then, the Internet has fueled the legend of Dock Ellis. This will be the first time his legend—and the story of the man behind it—will be told in a feature film.

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 1:15pm - 2:55pm
Carver Theatre 1631 4th Ave. N.

2:10pm

Yakona
Limited Capacity seats available

Yako­na, meaning "rising water" in a local Native American language, is a visual journey through the crystal clear waters of the San Marcos River and its headwaters at Spring Lake. This film takes the viewer from prehistoric times through the modern era on an impressionistic journey from the perspective of the river. While filming, many extraordinary changes occurred surrounding the springs and river, including the removal of the Aquarena Springs theme park, the restoration of Spring Lake and the uncovering of ancient human remains. We were there to capture these historic changes to the river.

We follow the river from source to sea, through the changing seasons, interpreting the river’s time and memory, and documenting this relationship between the natural world and man. Yakona speaks directly to the viewer with its beauty, appealing to humanity’s higher nature, and the viewer begins to understand this is a river that yearns to remain unchanged despite everything that is changing around it.


Sunday August 24, 2014 2:10pm - 3:35pm
Red Mountain Theatre Company 301 19th St. N.

3:30pm

Little White Lie presented locally by the Birmingham Jewish Federation
Limited Capacity seats available

Little White Lie tells Lacey Schwartz's story of growing up in a typical upper-middle-class Jewish household in Woodstock, NY, with loving parents and a strong sense of her Jewish identity — despite the open questions from those around her about how a white girl could have such dark skin. She believes her family's explanation that her looks were inherited from her dark-skinned Sicilian grandfather. But when her parents abruptly split, her gut starts to tell her something different.

At age of 18, she finally confronts her mother and learns the truth: her biological father was not the man who raised her, but a black man named Rodney with whom her mother had had an affair. Afraid of losing her relationship with her parents, Lacey doesn't openly acknowledge her newly discovered black identity with her white family. When her biological father dies shortly before Lacey's 30th birthday, the family secret can stay hidden no longer. Following the funeral, Lacey begins a quest to reconcile the hidden pieces of her life and heal her relationship with the only father she ever knew.

What defines our identity, our family of origin or the family that raises us? How do we come to terms with the sins and mistakes of our parents? Lacey discovers that answering those questions means understanding her parents' own stories as well as her own. She pieces together her family history and the story of her dual identity using home videos, archival footage, interviews, and episodes from her own life. Little White Lie is a personal documentary about the legacy of family secrets, denial, and redemption.

The short film, What's in a Name, will be screening with Little White Lie.
Director: Daniel Robin / DOC / USA / 14min
One man's struggle to reclaim his Jewish name and identity after his grandfather changed their family name to avoid anti-Jewish quotas and get engineering work designing the Los Angeles freeways.

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 3:30pm - 4:35pm
Black Box Theatre (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

3:55pm

The Hand That Feeds presented locally by the Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama and Quinn, Connor, Weaver, Davies & Rouco, LLP
Limited Capacity seats available

At the original 63rd Street Hot and Crusty café, residents of New York’s Upper East Side get bagels and coffee served with a smile 24 hours a day. But behind the scenes, undocumented immigrant workers face sublegal wages, dangerous machinery, and abusive managers. Mild-mannered sandwich maker Mahoma López has never been interested in politics, but in January 2012, he convinces a small group of his co-workers to fight back.

Risking deportation and the loss of livelihood, the workers team up with a diverse crew of innovative young organizers and take the unusual step of forming an independent union, launching themselves on a journey that will test the limits of their resolve. In one rollercoaster year, they must overcome a shocking betrayal and a two month lockout. Lawyers will battle in backroom negotiations, Occupy Wall Street protesters will take over the restaurant, and a picket line will divide the neighborhood. If they can win a contract, it will set a historic precedent for low-wage workers across the country. But whatever happens, Mahoma and his compañeros won’t be exploited again.

Sunday August 24, 2014 3:55pm - 5:23pm
Carver Theatre 1631 4th Ave. N.

4:15pm

Skanks presented locally by Representative Patricia Todd
Limited Capacity seats available

In the winter of 2012 a community theatre in Birmingham, Alabama mounted an original drag musical, “Skanks in a One Horse Town.” “Skanks” follows the actors and creators from rehearsal through performance, at work, at their homes, and with their families. The cast of amateur performers bond to form a family of sorts while creating an unconventional show in religion and football-obsessed Alabama.

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 4:15pm - 5:40pm
Alabama Theatre 1817 3rd Ave. N.

6:10pm

Southern Makers presented locally by Goodwin Mills & Cawood
Limited Capacity seats available

The short film, Mile High Pie, will be screening with Southern Makers.
Director: Melanie Addington / DOC / USA / 4min
Mile High Pie takes a delicious look at the famous mile high meringue at Ed & Kaye's in Benton, Arkansas.

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 6:10pm - 6:56pm
Dorothy Jemison Day Theatre (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

7:40pm

Farewell To Hollywood
Limited Capacity seats available

In a recurring poetic image, 17-year-old Regina Diane Nicholson swings between heaven and earth on a breathtakingly high cliff by the sea. Reggie is a tomboy struggling with cancer, her parents and her dream of making a film. She impresses us with her loving, strong personality and wisdom beyond her years, as well as her morbid sense of humor. Together with director Henry Corra, she is working on a portrait of herself and her struggle with her illness. The film’s initial focus is on Reggie, but it quickly makes way for an escalating conflict between her and her parents as Reggie develops a closer relationship with Henry, who takes her seriously. When Reggie turns 18 and can make decisions on her own, things become even more intense. This film is a poetic fairytale about love and death, holding on and letting go, one that invites us to discuss the relationship between the maker, subject and family. An eclectic mix of images with the intimacy of a video diary or home movie, it is filmed both by Henry and by Reggie and supplemented by their text message exchanges, images from her favorite movies, and fairytale-like scenes with songs that together form a heartwarming, but also heartbreaking and controversial ode to Reggie.

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 7:40pm - 9:10pm
Black Box Theatre (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

8:00pm

South Beach On Heels presented locally by Swine Stars Productions
Limited Capacity seats available

"South Beach On Heels" follows the onstage, backstage and offstage of eight hard working entertainers, better known as drag queens. This full-length documentary explores the fascinating and funny people behind the make-up, jewels and wigs. Learn what it takes to stay tough as nails in an industry bult on big hair, big dreams and illusion. Ride along as they search for love, family and acceptance; and try-if even for a moment-to make the world more colorful and tolerant for all of us.

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 8:00pm - 9:30pm
Dorothy Jemison Day Theatre (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)