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Drive-In: Documentary Shorts #1

August 25, 2020 @ 8:00 pm - 9:53 pm

Documentary Shorts #1
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Run Time: 1 hour, 53 minutes

Tuesday, August 25th at 8:00pm

Pricing (Per Car):
1 Person Car- $15
2 Person Car – $26
3 Person Car – $35
4 Person Car – $42
5+ Person Car – $47

**Please review our safety and security policies prior to purchase**

Location: Grand River Drive-In
6200 Grand River Blvd E
Leeds, AL 35094

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The Pink House
Documentary Short – Alabama
22 Minutes
Dir. Kenzie Greer
USA
A story about Homewood, Alabama’s infamous “pink house”, a place for artist mentorship and community development that impacted the lives of many.

Full Circle: The Ballad of Rodney & Roscoe
Documentary Short – Alabama, Black Lens
15 Minutes
Dir. Tyler Jones
USA
Two BBQ family legacies come together in Birmingham, Al as Roscoe Hall and Rodney Scott forge a new path to bring whole hog cooking to the world.

Feed The Need
Documentary Short – Alabama, Black Lens
7 Minutes
Dir. Lauren Musgrove
USA
Welcome to Drexell & Honeybee’s in Brewton, Alabama – a restaurant with no menu, no prices and no staff.

Dough
Documentary Short – Alabama
4 Minutes
Dir. Stacy Elaine Dacheux
USA
A woman draws from a history of mothers while making dough and baking.

Wishes
Documentary Short – SHOUT
5.5 Minutes
Dir. Amy Jenkins
USA
The secret yearnings of a child for an alternate identity are traced through a decade of birthday wishes filmed by their mother.

Silences
Documentary Short – Black Lens
32 Minutes
Dir. Nolan Knight
USA
Adia Victoria seeks to reclaim the blues as protest music. Along the way, Adia builds a tight-knit community of like-minded musicians, artists, poets, entrepreneurs and family.

Hobson City: From Peril to Promise
Documentary Short – Alabama, Black Lens
27.5 Minutes
Dir. Theo M. Moore II
USA
The inspiring and historic community of Hobson City, Alabama tells their story of being the first city in Alabama to be entirely governed by African Americans and traces the town’s journey through reconstruction, the civil rights movement, and modern day times.

**This will be a socially distanced event, and we will be honoring all regulations put forth by our local and state governments and public health officials. You should come to the event only with the people you’ve been “safer at home” with, wear face coverings when visiting restrooms, and follow all safety and security guidelines (see your confirmation email for more information).

 

Join us for a Q & A on our Facebook Live with Kenzie Greer (The Pink House and Into the Black) – happening Saturday, August 29th at 4 PM CDT. We’ll have some questions prepared but you can ask yours in the comments!

Details

Date:
August 25, 2020
Time:
8:00 pm - 9:53 pm
Event Category:

Organizer

Sidewalk Film Festival
Phone:
205-324-0888
Website:
www.sidewalkfest.com

Venue

Grand River Drive-In
6200 Grand River Blvd E
Leeds, AL 35094 United States
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August 22-28, 2022

Sidewalk Film Festival

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