Photo courtesy 6103 Entertainment LLC/Drae Productions.

Jackson has now produced and directed a documentary film that celebrates the style, talent and hard work of HBCU marching bands, while also giving a sense of the tremendous community spirit the bands help inspire. Read more

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Photo by Jesse Chambers.

At their company, called 1504, creatives Mark Slagle and Tyler Jones -- along with a fluid network of collaborators -- use film, video and multimedia to tell compelling stories across platforms for small companies, nonprofits and foundations. Read more



Photo courtesy of Joseph De Sciose.

While the full schedule of events had not been released as of Iron City Ink’s press time, Sidewalk has announced a selection of buzzy narratives and documentaries from this year’s festival circuit. Read more

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Photo courtesy of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra/Sound Edge Festival.

This year's Sound Edge Festival features avant-garde music, film, dance, opera and Alabama Symphony Orchestra taking on some unexpected roles at some of city’s hottest clubs. Read more


Let There Be Light

Patty Bradley

The cast and crew of “Let There Be Light” are using Avondale Park, including its amphitheater, to film a couple of scenes. Read more



Photo courtesy of Leigh Sloss-Corra.

The Sidewalk Film Festival will take over Birmingham’s Theatre District on Aug. 26-28 with a program of films, new venues and content formats and street parties. Read more


More details will become available in mid-August, after a feasibility study is completed. Read more


“Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War,” a film by Burns and Artemis Joukowsky, will be shown at the Alys Stephens Center on Sunday, Sept. 11, at 6:30 p.m. Read more