The Sidewalk Film Festival is an annual film festival
taking place during the last weekend in August in the
Theatre District of Birmingham, Alabama, since 1999. The
festival typically screens at seven venues located within
downtown Birmingham, featuring the restored
Alabama Theatre, a 2,200 seat movie palace built by
Paramount in 1927, and the recently added
The George Lindsey
UNA Film Festival is hosted each year by the
University of North Alabama in Florence, one of the four
cities comprising the culturally rich Shoals. The Shoals is
an entertainment Mecca with long roots, which reach to the
heart of rock and roll, southern rock, and the blues.
International Film Festival
hosted by the Troy
University Cinematography Society, features short films from
students and independent filmmakers from around the world in
the heart of Troy, Alabama!
has showcased short films from around the
world. Action, comedy, drama, horror, animation, documentary
– you name it. Now, we're accepting feature-length films in
addition to shorts into our film festival program. Central
Alabama’s annual film festival provides an opportunity for
filmmakers and film lovers to show their creativity and
support for the good, the great, and the weird.
is a film lover's film festival held each
year on the second weekend in November, offering
participants the opportunity to see world-class award
winning films in a unique, picturesque location over a
four-day period in downtown Fairhope, AL.
The YellowHammer Film Festival
is a free, statewide, enriching, and interactive experience
for high school and college students which will consist of
workshops, a keynote speaker, student film exhibition, and
an awards ceremony.
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