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Women In Film Shorts 2022!

Jane Campion

Women In Film Shorts 2022!

Directed by Various
Not Rated / Narrative / 1 hour

 

MUDPOTS (2019)
Dir Cate Smierciak
Runtime 12 Mins
Narrative
Synopsis:
16-year-old Shelby and her best friend Jess spend one last afternoon together at the Salton Sea. In a stolen moment at Shelby’s surprise going-away-party, they acknowledge something more between them.

 

BOTTOMLESS (2015)
Dir Veronique Vanblaere
Animated
Runtime 2 Mins
A Sidewalk Film Festival and Cannes Film Festival alum film!
The true story the story of a young girl moving from Belgium to Alabama.

MAUDE (2018)
Dir Anna Margaret Hollyman
Narrative
Runtime 10 Mins
Synopsis: When Teeny arrives to a gorgeous home for what she thinks is just another routine babysitting job, she is shocked to see who answers the door. Over the course of the day, Teeny decides to become the woman she had no idea she always wanted to be. Until she gets caught.

CHERRY (2019)
Dir Stacey Davis
Narrative
Runtime 12 Mins
Synopsis: With her father dying of cancer, Helen has high hopes for the family’s last Easter together.

A HAND TO HOLD (2021)
Dir Stacey Davis, Ali Clark
Animated
Runtime: 2 mins
Synopsis: Told from alternating points of view, this animated short explores the connective thread of hand holding between parent and child. When mother and child release hands – and enjoy the freedom that comes from letting go – they do so knowing they will always be joined.

GRAFFICA! (2021)
Dir Yogi Dada
Documentary
Runtime 15 Min
Synopsis: This documentary explores the creation of a black and white series of art that tells the story of a young black girl growing up in upstate New York. Yogi Dada’s fundamental truths are uncovered and celebrated, in a place called “”GRAFFICA””.

MONOGRAPH: STACEY HOLLOWAY (2021)
Dir Lisa Cordes
Documentary
Runtime 5 Mins
Synopsis: Lockdown and safety measures for Covid-19 made tangible human interaction harder, if not impossible, to get. Birmingham based artist and professor, Stacey Holloway, transformed her yearning for physical touch into an interactive series of kinetic sculptures. From hugs to high fives, Stacey captures the spirit of what she missed most about proximity to others, with humor and affection.

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  • Reduced capacity in screening rooms
  • Due to an increase of COVID-19 cases and the Omicron variant we are highly encouraging guests to wear a mask at all times inside the Sidewalk Cinema when not actively eating or drinking.
  • Sidewalk staff members are either fully vaccinated or masked at all times
  • Sanitization of all high touch surfaces and theater seats in between all screenings

Alterations to the physical space include:

  • New touchless restroom fixtures
  • Hand sanitizing stations in key locations
  • MERV-13 Filters in all HVAC units

There will be a Q & A with some of the selected filmmakers following the Friday 5 PM screening!

August 22-28, 2022

Sidewalk Film Festival

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