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Saturday, August 24 • 10:40am - 12:15pm
Mr. Temple and the Tigerbelles / The Well-Placed Weed: The Bountiful Life of Ryan Gainey sponsored by Dorothy McDaniel's Flower Market

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Mr. Temple and the Tigerbelles
Directed by Tom Neff
40 minutes ● USA
Mr. Temple and the Tigerbelles is the story of legendary track and field TSU (Tennessee State University) coach Ed Temple and the incredible group of 40 African American female athletes who broke the color barrier of the Olympics during the Jim Crow era, snagging 23 medals, 16 of them gold, the most renowned of whom was Wilma Rudolf, who in Rome 1960 became the first American woman to win three gold medals in one Olympic.

The Well-Placed Weed
Directed by Steven Bransford and Cooper Sanchez
55 minutes ● USA
This documentary explores the life of celebrated garden designer Ryan Gainey.

The SHOUT Film Festival is sponsored by AIDS Alabama.

Screenings in the Alabama School of Fine Arts multiplex are proudly sponsored by Birmingham Business Journal and ASFA.

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The Alabama School of Fine Arts is a partially residential public school authorized and funded by the Alabama Legislature to provide tuition-free instruction for impassioned students, grades 7-12. The school provides focused specialty instruction in Creative Writing, Dance, Mathematics... Read More →


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