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2017 festival passes go on sale May 1st.
ScreenTalk is a monthly documentary and discussion screening series designed to stimulate conversation. 2017 Oscar Nominated Animated Short Films Join us for a special screening of the 2017 Oscar nominees for Best Animated Short Film, just in time for this year's Academy Awards. Doors at 6pm, Film at 7pm. $8 advance, $10 at door and $5 for students anytime. SCREEN LOCATION: enter the front, left side of Carrigan's Pub and look for the stairs on the INSIDE of the Pub.…Find out more »
Join us at Rojo Birmingham on Sunday, February 26th to watch the 89th Academy Awards! Guess the winners for a shot at Sidewalk goods, including VIP passes to Sidewalk 2017. Plus enjoy complimentary chips, salsa, queso, guacamole, and plenty of commercial break banter. This event is FREE and open to the public. No tickets are required.Find out more »
The grand finale of Sidewalk Scramble 2017, Sidewalk's 48-hour filmmaking competition! Join us at The Carver Theatre to see all of the completed films from the competition weekend and find out who's going home with over $3,000 in cash and prizes. Doors open at 6:00pm, presentation begins at 7:00pm. Venue: Carver Theatre 1631 4th Avenue North Birmingham, AL 35203 Best Film Jury Prize: $1,000 cash Automatic acceptance into the 2017 Sidewalk Film Festival (providing filmmaking team with 4 Festival VIP…Find out more »
ScreenTalk is a monthly documentary and discussion screening series designed to stimulate conversation. Our March ScreenTalk selection is STRIKE A POSE, a new documentary following seven dancers from Madonna's controversial Blond Ambition World Tour. The film chronicles the dancers' rise to fame as unexpected gay icons in the height of the AIDS crisis and their subsequent journey after the tour. Picking up with the men 25 years later, STRIKE A POSE explores the question: What does it take to express…Find out more »