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The 14th annual Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival, a celebration of new independent cinema in downtown Birmingham, is set to take place August 24-26, 2012. Since its debut in 1999, filmmakers from across the country and around the world have come to Birmingham to screen their work at Sidewalk and have been thrilled to discover fresh, enthusiastic crowds eager to devour new independent cinema.
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Saturday, August 25 • 10:20am - 11:35am
A World of Films: The Best of Children's Film Festival Seattle (Kids Shorts #1) Ages 5 and Up

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Best of Children's Film Festival Seattle - Ages 5 & Up

"Little Red Plane"    
Synopsis: Little Red Plane is a stop motion animation that features knitted sets and characters.

"Snowflakes and Carrots"   
Synopsis: An animated short. A little girl steals all of the carrots that she can find on snowmen. 

"Love Bug"   
Synopsis: Nine-year old Turtle Thompson thinks his bug loving best friend Maddy is the coolest girl in the whole wide world. If only he had the guts to ask her to the Spring Fling Dance.

Trevor is an animated short that explores the imagination of a 7-year-old sleepless boy.

The story of an energetic, fun-loving pig named Olga, who normally loves to be around her friends and have fun, but every so often feels a little depressed and lonely. 

Mungge Not Again! 
Sleepwalking can be very dangerous, especially if two marmots and a hedgehog are trying to rescue their sleeping friend.

"The Driving Accident"   
During an afternoon of play a young boy must use his wits and creativity to recover from a minor tragedy. 

"Adventures Of Owen"    
Owen, a socially awkward little boy, finds he can express himself through his drawings of Spaceman X

A musical animation.

"Big Drive"   
The story of a family road trip across the Canadian prairies set in the 1970s. An exuberant exploration of childhood imagination, the animated film invites audiences of all ages to see the world as it appears “from the back seat.”


Screening with the short films "Floyd the Android" and "Notes on Biology."

"Floyd the Android" 

Floyd the Android is an animated robot who gets into crazy situations, but always manages a clever escape. The project is actually two very short films combined to give a broader view of his world. In 'iPorter' he plays with a novelty teleporter, and gets thoroughly beside himself. In 'Dim Bulb' he attempts to change the light bulb at the very top of the highest skyscraper on earth. When he falls, his only hope is a 30 foot tall rubber chicken.

"Notes on Biology"

Saturday August 25, 2012 10:20am - 11:35am
McWane Center 200 19th Street North Birmingham, AL 35203

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