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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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Saturday, August 23
 

11:00am

Big Significant Things presented by A Wise Move
Limited Capacity seats available

At 26 years old, Craig seems to be doing pretty well for himself. He has job stability, a supportive family, and is about to start a wonderful new chapter with his girlfriend. With big life changes on the horizon, what better time to lie to your girlfriend so you can go on a road trip by yourself to the South?

Artists

Saturday August 23, 2014 11:00am - 12:25pm
Black Box Theatre (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

1:45pm

Appropriate Behavior
Limited Capacity seats available

For Shirin, being part of a perfect Persian family isn’t easy. Acceptance eludes her from all sides: her family doesn’t know she’s bisexual, and her ex-girlfriend, Maxine, can’t understand why she doesn’t tell them. Even the six-year-old boys in her moviemaking class are too ADD to focus on her for more than a second. Following a family announcement of her brother’s betrothal to a parentally-approved Iranian prize catch, Shirin embarks on a private rebellion involving a series of pansexual escapades, while trying to decipher what went wrong with Maxine. (K.Y.)


Saturday August 23, 2014 1:45pm - 3:15pm
Lecture Hall (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

1:45pm

Fort Tilden presented locally by Paramount and El Barrio
Limited Capacity seats available

A comedy about Allie and Harper and their needlessly difficult journey to the beach.

Fort Tilden: New York City’s secluded seaside nirvana where, like flies to honey, Brooklyn’s hip millennial set flocks on sweltering weekend afternoons for unbridled summertime indulgence. Amidst the vexing stagnation of quarter-life crises, Allie (Clare McNulty) struggles to prepare for the Peace Corps, while Harper (Bridey Elliott) awaits checks from her father to fund her artistic dreams. But the two friends quickly shun responsibilities for the day when a pair of good-looking guys invites them along for a carefree Fort Tilden afternoon. As the two young women board their fixed-gear bicycles and embark on a lengthy journey to the beach, they quickly realize that, akin to their confusing, transitioning lives, they neither know where they’re going nor how they plan to get there.

The debut feature film of directors Sarah-Violet Bliss and Charles Rogers—and showcasing the comedic versatility of Clare McNulty and Bridey Elliott as Allie and Harper—“Fort Tilden” is a hilariously insightful and recognizable look at the consequences of extended adolescence.

Saturday August 23, 2014 1:45pm - 3:20pm
Alabama Theatre 1817 3rd Ave. N.

2:00pm

Uncertain Terms
Limited Capacity seats available

Needing a sudden escape from the city, Robbie leaves Brooklyn for the Hudson Valley to stay with his aunt who runs a home for pregnant teens. As the only man in the house, Robbie captures the attention of many of the girls, and when he strikes up a friendship with Nina, who is dealing with her own relationship troubles, tensions run high in the house. In trying to stop Nina from making the biggest mistake of her life, Robbie finds himself caught in a love triangle between Nina and her baby daddy, Chase.

Artists

Saturday August 23, 2014 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Dorothy Jemison Day Theatre (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

3:45pm

Warren presented locally by Harrison Limited
Limited Capacity seats available

After giving up on making it in the Chicago improv scene, a young comedian fatefully reconnects with the former love of his life one fall night while working at a coffee shop in his hometown. Afraid of growing old and alone like his divorced father, Warren must choose between winning her back or finding the courage to go after his dreams a second time.

Artists

Saturday August 23, 2014 3:45pm - 5:10pm
Black Box Theatre (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

4:20pm

Borgman presented by Friends of the Festival
Limited Capacity seats available

A dark suburban fable exploring the nature of evil in unexpected places, "Borgman" follows an enigmatic vagrant who enters the lives of an upper-class family and quickly unravels their carefully curated lifestyle.

Charming and mysterious, Camiel Borgman seems almost otherworldly, and it isn't long before he has the wife, children and nanny under his spell in a calculated bid to take over their home life. However, his domestic assimilation takes a malevolent turn as his ultimate plan comes to bear, igniting a series of increasingly maddening and menacing events.


Saturday August 23, 2014 4:20pm - 6:18pm
Alabama Theatre 1817 3rd Ave. N.

4:30pm

Bob Birdnow's Remarkable Tale of Human Survival and the Transendence of Self presented by Robbie Pike
Limited Capacity seats available

Two old friends reunite at a Sales conference in Dubuque, IA where Bob (Barry Nash), a reluctant motivational speaker, shares a personal story with the conference attendees who work for Jerry (Robert Longstreet). The story takes an unexpected path when Bob—a one armed, one legged ex-pilot—reminisces about the event that forever changed him and his relationship with Jerry. Bob Birdnow’s plight reminds us that pain and tragedy light the way to salvation and that the darkest of times are an opportunity for clarity. Produced by Dallas native and Cucalorus Ambassador, Adam Donaghey.

Artists

Saturday August 23, 2014 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Lecture Hall (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

6:00pm

The Heart Machine presented locally by Samford Capital
Limited Capacity seats available

Cody and Virginia start talking while he’s in Brooklyn and she’s in Berlin. It’s a romance that could only happen online, and they’re happy together—except they’ve never really met. But Cody’s questions about Virginia’s life in Berlin become an obsession, leading him to doubt that she’s there at all. Combing NYC for clues about her whereabouts, an increasingly driven Cody begins overstepping boundaries of privacy in his desperate quest for answers. Tracking two parallel journeys that show how digital mediation complicates modern love, The Heart Machine explores the evolving relationship between physical and emotional intimacy, isolation in the urban hive, and the seduction of hiding behind a screen.

Artists

Saturday August 23, 2014 6:00pm - 7:25pm
Red Mountain Theatre Company 301 19th St. N.

7:00pm

Summer Of Blood presented locally by I Love Picnics
Limited Capacity seats available

Erik Sparrow is one of the lucky ones. He's got a good job. He's in a stable relationship. He lives in one of the greatest cities in the world. Does he deserve it? Probably not. He's not too bright. He's not very attractive. He's not at all ambitious. He's chubby and he's always complaining. And when his girlfriend Jody proposes to him, he doesn't even have the good sense to accept her offer. He'll never find a woman like this again. Instead, Erik bumbles his way around the issue, offering one excuse after another for not getting married. When Jody dumps him and starts seeing an old flame from college, Erik tries to win her back. When he fails, he attempts to date other women, but the results are disastrous. Erik's starts falling apart. His job grows more unfulfilling. He becomes obsessed with a kinky co-worker who has no interest in him. He becomes riddled with despair. One night, Erik meets an enigmatic stranger named Gavin who asks him, "Do you want to die?" Erik shrugs and says, "I do." Then everything goes pitch black. When Erik wakes up from the darkness, he finds himself changed forever. He's stronger, more confident and free to do whatever he wants. Dating is a synch. He's a lothario, a sexual dynamo; able to seduce any women he wants without even trying. He quits his job. Finally, he's free and unshackled with not a care in the world. Except for one little thing, the excruciating stomach pains. There's only one remedy for that... BLOOD!

The short film, Wawd Ahp, will be screening with Summer of Blood.
Steve Girard / NAR / USA / 3min
A wild romp through a rap artist's song—complete with decapitated rapping.

Artists

Saturday August 23, 2014 7:00pm - 8:26pm
Alabama Theatre 1817 3rd Ave. N.

7:00pm

Occupying Ed
Limited Capacity seats available


Saturday August 23, 2014 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Dorothy Jemison Day Theatre (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

8:30pm

Thou Wast Mild And Lovely
Limited Capacity seats available

When Akin arrives at the farm, he finds his job. This is what he expected to find. When Sarah opens her legs, she finds someone watching. This is what she expected to find. When Jeremiah opens his mouth, frightening things come out of it. This has come to be expected. But what happens by the creek next to the cow. This was not expected.

The short film, Half Life, will be screening with Thou Wast Mild and Lovely.
Half Life employs audio from the video games Portal I, II and Half Life. This work attempts to draw upon players” experiences and is influenced by the Greek and Roman myth that when we die, we will arrive in a field; once there, we are accompanied by our closest friend


Saturday August 23, 2014 8:30pm - 10:04pm
Red Mountain Theatre Company 301 19th St. N.

8:50pm

The Ladies of the House
Limited Capacity seats available

THE LADIES OF THE HOUSE follows the events surrounding a birthday outing with two brothers and a friend which turns into a horrific fight for survival after they become trapped in a house with a "family" of malevolent women who enjoy a pin-up lifestyle and a special diet.


Saturday August 23, 2014 8:50pm - 10:23pm
Carver Theatre 1631 4th Ave. N.

9:05pm

Stomping Ground
Limited Capacity seats available

Ben & Annie are a young couple living in Chicago, on a weekend trip to Annie's small North Carolina hometown. At the local bar they run into Paul, a charming old friend of Annie's, and Ben learns something he never knew about his girlfriend: She believes in Bigfoot. In fact, she and her friends used to "hunt" for the creature when they were kids. Before Ben knows it, he's off on an impromptu Squatchin' trip deep in the Carolina backwoods. Amidst the Squatch calls, campfire stories and beers, Ben quickly realizes that Paul may have an ulterior motive in bringing Annie to the woods. And something else out here seems to be after her as well. Everyone but Ben thinks its Bigfoot. But it can't be, can it? After all, Bigfoot isn't real...

Stomping Ground is a comedic relationship drama / horror hyrbrid by first–time feature director Dan Riesser. The film features a cameo appearance by Theresa Tilly, one of the original "Ladies of the Evil Dead" from Sam Raimi's 1981 horror classic The Evil Dead.

The short film, Run of Mine, will screen with Stomping Ground.
Directors: Kyle Leopard & J.L. Clark / DOC / USA / 6min
An observational exploration of a Southern coal city.

Artists

Saturday August 23, 2014 9:05pm - 10:25pm
Lecture Hall (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

9:15pm

LIMO RIDE presented locally by Matthew's Bar & Grill
Limited Capacity seats available

Ten friends recount the unbelievable true story of renting a limousine for an annual event and after 24 hours of indecency, intoxication, possession, trespassing, kidnapping and assault find themselves stranded and left for dead in the middle of nowhere. By combining narration of the actual participants with feature-length re-creation, this telling of “the greatest bar story ever told” marries broad subject with experimental form.


Saturday August 23, 2014 9:15pm - 10:53pm
Dorothy Jemison Day Theatre (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

9:20pm

Coherence presented locally by ELI
Limited Capacity seats available

On the night of an astronomical anomaly, eight friends at a dinner party experience a troubling chain of reality bending events. Part cerebral sci-fi and part relationship drama, COHERENCE is a tightly focused, intimately shot film that quickly ratchets up with tension and mystery.


Saturday August 23, 2014 9:20pm - 10:50pm
Alabama Theatre 1817 3rd Ave. N.

9:35pm

It Is What It Is
Limited Capacity seats available

Josh and Terry are two college friends who had a falling out before graduation and parted on less than good terms. Terry wandered off to Europe to find himself, while Josh stayed in town and became a lawyer. 5 years later, Josh is getting married and is about to go out for his bachelor's weekend when Terry unexpectedly comes into town. The pair head out into the city in an attempt to bury the hatchet, but when Terry meets Josh's fiancee, Lara, things take an unexpected turn.

Artists

Saturday August 23, 2014 9:35pm - 11:00pm
Recital Hall (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)
 
Sunday, August 24
 

10:00am

Her Wilderness
Limited Capacity seats available

HER WILDERNESS weaves an elliptical, minimalist narrative of a lost, wandering child in the wake of an affair that may or may not have even happened. Both wildly operatic and quietly mysterious, while blending memory with fantasy, HER WILDERNESS is a portrait of four women wondering just how much power they wield in choosing their next stage in life. A multi-platform project, the non-linear film is an investigation into responsibility and choice. It's as if a 'Choose Your Own Adventure' novel was written by Andrei Tarkovsky.

Artists
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Frank Mosley

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Sunday August 24, 2014 10:00am - 11:07am
Red Mountain Theatre Company 301 19th St. N.

10:30am

Summer's Shadow
Limited Capacity seats available

Difficult times have created infighting in the otherwise idyllic neighborhood where 12-year-old Summer Larsen has just moved. At the forefront of the controversy is Summer's father, who works for the developer. But it's a sweet, stray dog who ultimately changes Summer's life and those around her. Shadow, named for always following her, was destined to be Summer's dog. But for how long? And at what price? Summer is determined to do what she believes is the right thing no matter how difficult, and it's that strength of character, as well as her big heart, that have a profound impact on her father and the neighbors she befriends: the nerdy boy who is disapproved of by the popular kids, the reclusive woman who lives next door, and the rough-around-the-edges guy who happens to have a gentle soul.

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 10:30am - 12:12pm
Rushton Theatre (McWane Science Center) 200 19th St. N. (enterance on 3rd Ave. N.)

10:45am

A is for Alex
Limited Capacity seats available

An inventor accidentally lands his mother in jail for child pornography with a teenage sex tape he kept. In this raunchy, comedic blend of personal nonfiction and sci-fi, panicked dad-to-be Alex solves the disappearance with the world's bee population while driving his wife insane through her pregnancy. Shot throughout the 9 months before their child was born, husband and wife team Katie and Alex Orr turn the cameras on themselves and end up with a modern look at becoming a parent and mixing your real life with fiction.

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 10:45am - 12:00pm
Black Box Theatre (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

11:00am

Stop the Pounding Heart
Limited Capacity seats available

Sara is a young girl raised in a family of goat farmers. Her parents homeschool their twelve children, rigorously following the precepts of the Bible. Like her sisters, Sara is taught to be a devout woman, subservient to men while keeping her emotional and physical purity intact until marriage. When Sara meets Colby, a young amateur bull rider, she is thrown into crisis, questioning the only way of life she has ever known. In a stunning portrayal of contemporary America and the insular communities that dot its landscape, Stop the Pounding Heart is an exploration of adolescence, family and social values, gender roles, and religion in the rural American South.


Sunday August 24, 2014 11:00am - 12:41pm
Alabama Theatre 1817 3rd Ave. N.

11:15am

L For Leisure
Limited Capacity seats available

Sunday August 24, 2014 11:15am - 12:25pm
Lecture Hall (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

1:00pm

Five Star
Limited Capacity seats available

After John’s absent father is struck by a stray bullet, Primo takes it upon himself to verse the young boy in the code of the streets—one founded on respect and upheld by fear. A member of the Bloods since the age of twelve—both in the film and in reality—the streets of Brooklyn are all Primo has ever known. While John questions whether or not to enter into this life, Primo must decide whether to leave it all behind as he vows to become a better husband and father. Set during those New York summer weeks where the stifling heat seems to encase everything, Five Star plunges into gang culture with searing intensity. Director Keith Miller observes the lives of these two men with a quiet yet pointed distance, carefully eschewing worn clichés through its unflinching focus. Distinctions between fiction and real life remain intentionally ambiguous, allowing the story of these two men to resonate beyond the streets, as they face the question of what it means to be a man.

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 1:00pm - 2:23pm
Dorothy Jemison Day Theatre (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

1:00pm

Nocturna
Limited Capacity seats available

When Tim can't sleep, he realizes that stars are disappearing from the sky. His investigation to find the missing stars leads him on a journey through the land of Nocturna where he meets an amazing cast of characters, including a narcoleptic cat, a reluctant feline shepherd, the North Star, and a whole cast of night-dwellers. Along the way, Tim will discover the importance of friendship and will find the strength to face his fears.

Join Tim in his magical journey as he battles a malicious shadow and his own fear of the dark in order to emerge as a hero. Nocturna is an endearing tale told with an animation style that is part Miyazaki’s Spirited Away and part impressionistic painting. Children and adults alike will find Nocturna a quiet respite amongst often jaded and sarcastic modern stories.

The short film, I M Possible, will be screening with Nocturna.
Prasad Narse / NAR / USA / 5min
A basketball star has spent a year of his life on a wheelchair after a disastrous accident, but he is now determined to play basketball again on his disabled legs.

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 1:00pm - 2:28pm
Rushton Theatre (McWane Science Center) 200 19th St. N. (enterance on 3rd Ave. N.)

1:40pm

Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter
Limited Capacity seats available

A lonely Japanese woman becomes convinced that a satchel of money buried and lost in a fictional film, is in fact, real. With a crudely drawn treasure map and limited preparation, she escapes her structured life in Tokyo and embarks on a foolhardy quest across the frozen tundra of Minnesota in search of her mythical fortune.

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 1:40pm - 3:15pm
Alabama Theatre 1817 3rd Ave. N.

4:15pm

Nothing Bad Can Happen
Limited Capacity seats available

Inspired by atrocious true events, Nothing Bad Can Happen follows Tore, a young lost soul involved with an underground Christian punk movement who falls in with a dysfunctional family curious to test his seemingly unwavering faith. After a chance encounter helping Benno, a stranded driver and managing to help start his car again in what appears to be a miracle, Tore is invited back to his home and becomes friendly with him, his wife and two kids. Before long, Tore moves in and gradually becomes part of his family. However, Benno can’t resist playing a cruel game, designed to challenge Tore’s beliefs. As his trials become more and more extreme, Tore finds his capacity for love and resilience pushed to its limits, and beyond.

A confident and intense debut film from German director, Katrin Gebbe, winner of the New Auteur Award at AFI Fest, Nothing Bad Can Happen first debuted at Cannes Film Festival.

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 4:15pm - 6:10pm
Lecture Hall (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

4:20pm

Burnout
Limited Capacity seats available

Ada's world looks sunny, but her life is turning upside down. When a vote to legalize marijuana passes, she finds her unusual—and illegal—livelihood suddenly threatened. Her brother Gio urges her to quit her alternative lifestyle and go get a "real" job. Margot, her alcoholic roommate, can't pay the bills. With both girls strapped for cash, one of Ada's customers tells her about a money-making opportunity "modeling"...with her feet. Meanwhile, the barista at the local coffee shop asks Ada on a date, but Ada wonders if she is merely the girl with the drugs to him. Is she just the girl with the drugs to everyone? And what happens if the demand for the girl with the drugs becomes obsolete? Welcome to Ada's quarter-life crisis.

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 4:20pm - 5:37pm
Red Mountain Theatre Company 301 19th St. N.

5:35pm

Butter on the Latch
Limited Capacity seats available

At a Balkan folk song and dance camp in the woods of Mendocino, California, Sarah reunites with her old friend Isolde and with a song she learned years before about dragons who entwine themselves in women's hair and carry them off through the forest, burning it as they go. When Sarah pursues a romance with a new camper Steph, the nights of sensual secrets and singing with Isolde come to an abrupt end. Sarah and Steph explore a simple attraction, but in Sarah's dreams, women spin their wild hair and Isolde darkly approaches. When reality and fantasy collide, Sarah finds that the dragons she's visioning may be inside her.


Sunday August 24, 2014 5:35pm - 6:53pm
Black Box Theatre (ASFA) 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd (8th Ave. N.)

6:10pm

Memphis presented locally by Billy Harbert
Limited Capacity seats available

A strange singer with ‘god given talent’ drifts through the mythic city of Memphis under its canopy of ancient oak trees, shattered windows and burning spirituality.

Surrounded by lovers, legends, hustlers, preachers, and a wolfpack of kids, the unstable performer avoids the recording studio and is driven to spend time in his own form of self-discovery. Shown in fragments, his journey drags him from love and happiness right to the edge of another dimension.

Featuring an explosive performance and score from Willis Earl Beal, MEMPHIS is a film steeped in folklore, music, surrealism, and the abstract search for glory.

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 6:10pm - 7:37pm
Carver Theatre 1631 4th Ave. N.

6:30pm

Wetlands
Limited Capacity seats available

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 6:30pm - 8:19pm
Red Mountain Theatre Company 301 19th St. N.

6:40pm

Closing Night: Wild Canaries presented locally by Birmingham-Southern College
Limited Capacity seats available

Barri (Sophia Takal) and Noah (writer-director Lawrence Michael Levine), a newly engaged Brooklyn couple, are disheartened by the death of their elderly downstairs neighbor, Sylvia. Though Noah sees nothing unusual about the old woman's death, Barri suspects foul play and sets out to investigate, enlisting her roommate Jean (ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT'S Alia Shawkat) to join her on a reconnaissance mission to trail a possible suspect. Tensions mount, however, when the investigation uncovers unsettling secrets throughout the building—including in their own apartment—and suddenly everyone seems like a reasonable suspect. Boasting a stellar supporting cast including Jason Ritter (PARENTHOOD), Kevin Corrigan (THE DEPARTED), and Annie Parisse (THE FOLLOWING), WILD CANARIES is a freshly comedic take on classic film noir.


Sunday August 24, 2014 6:40pm - 8:12pm
Alabama Theatre 1817 3rd Ave. N.

8:30pm

Mood Indigo presented locally by iiis. an optical shop
Limited Capacity seats available

Set in a charmingly surreal Paris, Duris plays wealthy bachelor Colin, whose hobbies include developing his pianocktail (a cocktail-making piano) and devouring otherworldly dishes prepared by his trusty chef Nicolas (Omar Sy, The Untouchables, X-Men: Days Of The Future Past). When Colin learns that his best friend Chick (Gad Elmaleh, The Valet), a fellow acolyte of the philosopher Jean-Sol Partre, has a new American girlfriend, our lonely hero attends a friend’s party in hopes of falling in love himself. He soon meets Chloé (Tautou) and, before they know it, they’re dancing to Duke Ellington and plunging headfirst into a romance that Gondry rapturously depicts as only he can. Their whirlwind courtship is tested when an unusual illness plagues Chloe; a flower begins to grow in her lungs. To save her, Colin discovers the only cure is to surround Chloe with a never-ending supply of fresh flowers.

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 8:30pm - 10:41pm
Carver Theatre 1631 4th Ave. N.

9:00pm

Buzzard
Limited Capacity seats available

Paranoia forces small-time scam artist Marty to flee his hometown and hide out in a dangerous Detroit. With nothing but a pocket full of bogus checks, his Power Glove, and a bad temper, the horror metal slacker lashes out.

Artists

Sunday August 24, 2014 9:00pm - 10:49pm
Red Mountain Theatre Company 301 19th St. N.