The 17th Annual Sidewalk Film Festival
August 28-30

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 29 • 1:55pm - 3:41pm
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Stella Walsh
Dir: Rob Lucas
RT 14 min. USA
Stella Walsh was one of the most celebrated female athletes on the planet. Her popularity continued for decades after winning a gold medal in the 1932 Olympics, until she was killed in a robbery and it was discovered that she was of ambiguous gender.

The House is Innocent
Dir: Nicholas Coles
RT: 13 min. USA
Tom and Barbara's new home has a notorious past and it's going to take more than a fresh coat of paint to whitewash its macabre history.

In the Hollow
Dir: Austin Lee Bunn
RT 15 min. USA
The story of the 1988 shooting of girlfriends Claudia Brenner and Rebecca Wight by a 'mountain man' named Stephen Roy Carr.

Dir: Ann Husaini, Emily Lobsenz
RT: 12 min. USA
An intimate portrait of Sandor Katz, a famous food author and fermentation guru who became obsessed with fermentation when a health crisis led him to move to an off-the-grid commune.

Trash, Manufactured
Dir: Christopher Jones
RT: 15 min. USA
Marine scientist Dr. Marcus Eriksen uses artwork to raise awareness about the detrimental impacts of plastics on aquatic ecosystems.

Shirley's Kids
Dir: Michael Paulucci
RT: 10 min. USA
Shirley Chambers lost her four children to gun violence in America's most dangerous city, Chicago. A microcosm for Chicago gun violence and the national gun debate, this film celebrates the lives of and relives the deaths of Carlos, LaToya, Jerome, and Ronnie through the eyes of the person who loved them more than anything in the world.

Down the Drain
Dir: Carlos Estrada
RT 11 min. USA
After a failed sewage project left Jefferson County in debt and eventually bankruptcy, sewage infrastructure continues to be a statewide issue in Alabama. The reasons behind these failed systems are complex, often resulting from corruption or bad investments, and there is no easy solution.

This Is Not the End
Dir: Hilary Campbell
RT 6 min. USA
A look into the life of the Campbell family as they are now.

The Little Deputy
Dir: Trevor Anderson
RT: 9 min. Canada
Trevor tries to have his photo taken with his father.

Saturday August 29, 2015 1:55pm - 3:41pm CDT
ASFA Recital Hall 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr Boulevard, Birmingham, AL 35203

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