POSTED ON Aug 13, 2011
The Green Seed will be performing at the Opening Night After Party at the B&A Warehouse.
First, on Friday, August 26th, The Green Seed will be performing at the Opening Night After Party at the B&A Warehouse. To attend the party, you have to attend the film festival and have a either a VIP, Filmmaker, Film+Party and Weekend Pass or Opening Night Film Armband.
The next day, on Saturday, August 27th, Sugartooth‘s music video for The Green Seed’s single Crack Kills will be screening at the Carver Theater (1631 Fourth Avenue North) at 5:15pm as part of the Local Shorts 1 – Alabama Filmmakers block.
Other films about music and hip hop that we think you might find interesting are:
Sound it Out – Sat Aug 27th / 7:35pm / Alabama Theater Loft
The Wonder Year – Sat Aug 27th / 10:15pm / Alabama Power Auditorium
Live at Preservation Hall: Louisiana Fairytale – Sun Aug 28th / 1:10pm / Carver Theater
Beatboxing: The Fifth Element of Hip Hop – Sun Aug 28th / 4:50pm / Alabama Theater Loft
Hit So Hard – Sun Aug 28th / 5:10pm / Carver Theater
Other films about local interests that we think you might find interesting are:
Leaving Selma – Sat Aug 27th / 10:20am / Carver Theater
Knocking Girls Down – Sat Aug 27th / 8:45pm / Alabama Power Auditorium
Local Shorts 3 – Alabama Filmmakers – Sun Aug 28th / 10:20am / Carver Theater – this block of shorts has several films of interest including:
- Birmingham Civil Rights: Moving From Birmingham’s Past
– A GASP for Clean Air
– The Shoe Factory
Standardized – [Nat'l/Local Shorts Block 4 - Docs] – Sun Aug 28th / 2:25pm / Hill Events Center
The Barber of Birmingham: Foot Soldier of the civil Rights Movement – [Nat'l Shorts 4 - Alabama Filmmakers] – Sun Aug 28th / 2:40pm / Alabama Theater Loft
Although these are several highlights from the documentary films at the festival that we wanted to point out, there are hundreds of great films to see this weekend, so be sure to go through the Sidewalk site and check out the diverse array of movies that are available and get out there and enjoy great film – independent film doesn’t make it to this town that often, so this is a great opportunity to fill that void.
thanks to Masha Rastatourova at Sugartooth for the flyer design.