Sidewalk’s Book + Film Club unites movie and book lovers for a monthly film screening and discussion about famous films and the people who make them. At the end of the month, we host a screening of a film related to the book and host a round-table discussion. Each session is $35 and the includes book, film screening, and discussion. Buy 3 or more months at once and get 10% off your registration by using code ‘3ormore' at checkout!
Danceteria & the Sidewalk Cinema have joined forces to present Depeche Mode Night. Music videos, Films, Interviews & All things Depeche Mode on the big screen. Giveaways & special surprises. *This is a free event. Reservations are strongly recommended but not required. SEATING IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.*
Every third Thursday of the month, join us at the Sidewalk Cinema for Alabama Filmmaker Networking Happy Hour from 5pm-7pm and then Monthly Movie Trivia from 8-10pm. Network, pitch ideas, school your contemporaries with movie trivia, and enjoy some drinks. We'll see you there!
Each month join us in the lobby to network with other filmmakers, local crew, industry professionals, and creatives. Come out, grab a drink, and network! Stick around afterward for Sidewalk's Monthly Movie Trivia at 8pm.
As we wrap-up Filmmaker Focus: Robert Altman for April, join us in the lobby for Popeye Night. *This is a free event. Reservations are strongly recommended but not required. Seating is first come, first served*
Hollow Tree's producer Chachi Hauser will discuss the creative and conceptual aspects of producing Hollow Tree in this free workshop before the screening of the film. Hollow Tree is a feature-length documentary that follows three teenagers coming of age in their sinking homeplace of Louisiana. For the first time, they notice the Mississippi River’s engineering, stumps of cypress trees, and polluting refineries. Their different perspectives — as Indigenous, white, and Angolan young women — shape their story of the climate crisis.
Hollow Tree follows three teenagers coming of age in their sinking homeland of Louisiana. For the first time, they notice the Mississippi River’s engineering, stumps of cypress trees, and billowing smokestacks. Their different perspectives — as Indigenous, white, and Angolan young women — shape their story of the climate crisis. Southern Circuit is made possible through a partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.
Speed Racer is a young and brilliant racing driver. When corruption in the racing leagues costs his brother his life, Speed must team up with the police and the mysterious Racer X to bring an end to the corruption and criminal activities.

August 19-25, 2024

Sidewalk Film Festival

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