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Sidewalk Film Festival

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

The Sidewalk Film Festival will return to downtown Birmingham for its 21st year Aug. 19-25 and screen dozens of new movies, including shorts, documentaries and narrative features, at half a dozen venues in the theatre district. Read more

Faces

Members also express opposition to state legislation that could prevent cities from banning plastic bags. Read more

Central City

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Photo courtesy of Sidewalk Film Center and Cinema.

The Sidewalk Salons are a series of free networking and educational events. Read more

Highland Park

Seven UAB Media Studies students will screen short films at Sidewalk Film Festival this weekend. Read more

Southside

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Rendering courtesy of Davis Architects.

Sidewalk Film Festival will soon begin construction of its own downtown facility — the Sidewalk Film Center and Cinema — with two 100-seat screening rooms that will allow the nonprofit to operate a year-round art-house theater. Read more

Central City

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Photo courtesy of artsBHAM.

The Sidewalk Youth Board’s work has spanned more than 10 Saturdays, and their final product will show this month. Read more

Happenings

UAB Kirklin Clinic

Photo by Jesse Chambers

UAB Medicine has again made national 'Most Wired' list and a UAB grad and cult film star has a short film at Sidewalk this weekend. Read more

Central City

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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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See highlights from this weekend's film festival. Read more

Happenings

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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

Happenings

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

Happenings