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Welcome to the 15th Annual Sidewalk Film Festival, we are so glad you are here and hope this interactive schedule makes it easy for you to navigate this year’s event. Read on for all the details about the 2013 line-up of films, panels, and parties. Plus, you can learn about our special guests, sponsors and more. 

*Please note that specifics about each SHORTS are available by viewing the decription for a selected Shorts Block.  
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Sunday, August 25 • 4:00pm - 5:45pm
Made By Teens 2 LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

* Please note, films made by teens are not neccesarrily appropriate for all teens. 


1. House Of Time


Director: Rebecca Moretti

Country of Origin: Italy

Genre: Teen Filmmaker

A girl returns to her childhood home after many years away in this visual meditation on memory and loss.

2. The Farm

Director: Malone Lumarda

Country of Origin: USA

Genre: Teen Filmmaker

A wanderer stumbles across an abandoned farm and discovers he is not alone.

3. Charming Southmark

Director: Charlotte Dolman

Country of Origin: United Kingdom

Genre: Teen Filmmaker

4. Post Remembrance

Director: Hana Kateman, Cosima Elwes, Danielle Stolz

Country of Origin: USA

Genre: Teen Filmmaker

A letter causes strangers to relive precious memories.

5. Quicksand

Director: Lance Oppenheim

Country of Origin: USA

Genre: Teen Filmmaker

An elderly gentleman attempts to retrieve forgotten memories while battling the progression and regression of the cycles of life.

 6. A Quest For Peace: Nonviolence Among Religions

Director: Matthew Evans

Country of Origin: USA

Genre: Teen Filmmaker

Young filmmaker, Matthew J. Evans, takes a look at one of the most pressing issues in our modern society: violence among religions. Through discussions with Arun Gandhi, grandson of M.K. Gandhi, and local religious leaders from the Central Coast of California, Matthew learns powerful lessons about nonviolence, acceptance, and cultural understanding. As Gandhi has said, 'We must become the change we wish to see in our world!' This film helps us understand how we can make these changes.

7. Forever Under A Fantasty

Director: Jack Hochschild

Country of Origin: United Kingdom

Genre: Teen Filmmaker

I set about to make a film that asks the question 'What role do dreams play in our lives?' I chose the format of a monologue to ensure an effective connection could be made between viewer and the subject matter at the core, given the film is only five minutes long.

8. Junior Board Film

9. Hollywood Nights

Director: Ethan Ron

Country of Origin: USA

Genre: Teen Filmmaker

Jack Daniels is an up and coming filmmaker working on his first Hollywood movie. When one of his cameramen gets injured, Jack is assigned by his arrogant producer a new one, a crazy and over the top redneck named Dicky. After a crazy night, Jack and Dicky wake up the next morning with 50 grand and no idea where it came from. With the help of Jack's friend Charlie, the guys must figure out where the money came from and just what they got themselves into.

Sunday August 25, 2013 4:00pm - 5:45pm
McWane Center 200 19th St N  Birmingham, AL 35203

Attendees (12)