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Sunday, August 25 • 4:55pm - 6:23pm
Shorts: Alabama Narratives sponsored by Frank's Good Stuff

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Railroad Bill
Directed by Gideon C. Kennedy
4 minutes • USA
Outlaw. Hero. Myth. Three perspectives on the black train robber of the 1890s, each built from the same evocative imagery of the traditional American folk song with which it shares a name.

Two of Swords
Directed by Kelsey Harrison
3 minutes • USA
Created for Sidewalk’s 48-hour Spooky Scramble, Two of Swords reveals an eerie world of monsters and minions, playing with fate just to see you run for your life.

Missing Person
Directed by Ellie Stayner
5 minutes • USA
A girl looks for a missing person.

Directed by Stacey Davis
12 minutes • USA
With her father dying of cancer, Helen has high hopes for the family’s last Easter together.

If The Twilight Zone Was Southern
Directed by Adam Schwartz
6 minutes • USA
The viral sketch comedy show "So True, Y'all" imagines what "The Twilight Zone" would look like if it were made by Southerners.

Bad Deal
Directed by Shane Gillis
12 minutes • USA
What is supposed to be a simple drug deal for Jody when he goes to one of the most notoriously seedy drug dealers in the city soon spirals out of control into a horrific genre bending wild ride.

The Favoured
Directed by Whitney Hamilton
3 minutes • USA
Two women seek preferential treatment in the president's administration and will go to great lengths to curry favor.

Milk Crate in the Middle
Directed by Hallie Tarpley
11 minutes • USA
A tale about a catering company working an event filled with eccentric, food averse guests.

Would You Like To Try Again?
Directed by Michael Felker
10 minutes • USA
A teenage girl runs away to a local arcade and finds a mysterious game that pushes her to replay her biggest regret.

Murder Next Door
Directed by Robert Clay
5 minutes • USA
Bob Brudowski thought it was going to be a quiet night at home, until he learns a masked murderer is on a rampage at his neighbor's house.

Losing Face
Directed by Magdalene Kennedy
7 minutes • USA
After an unexpected misadventure, Una learns how to get out of her own head, and dabbles in arson in the process.

Directed by Steven Hedrick, Jr.
5 minutes • USA
A teacher takes attendance.

Directed by Morgan Evans
5 minutes • USA
This film was made as part of the Sidewalk film festival spooky scramble and was completed in 48 hours.


Gideon C. Kennedy

Co-Director, Climenole LLC
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Magdalene Kennedy

Magdalene Kennedy is a writer and director from Nashville, and a recent graduate of the University of Alabama.
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Michael Felker

Writer/Director/ Co-Founder, Last Life
I'm a filmmaker who founded a Los Angeles based production company called Last Life that specializes in making films about people who play video games. I'm also a film editor known for feature films (The Endless, Synchronic, Spring) and children's television shows (Junk Drawer Magical... Read More →
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Morgan Saucier

CEO and Founder, Angel Wolf Productions
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Stacey Davis

Attorney/Filmmaker, The Law Firm of Stacey A. Davis/Under The Couch Entertainment
Entertainment lawyer; Filmmaker
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Steven Hedrick

Director, Closed Stacks
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Whitney Hamilton

Writer Director Actor, Bjornquistfilms
I'm interested in all kinds of stories and I love working in front of and/or behind the camera.

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Frank's Good Stuff

Frank's Good Stuff
We operate as the front section of Serendipity Antiques at 22335 Highway 72 e, and as the front secti

Sunday August 25, 2019 4:55pm - 6:23pm CDT
ASFA Dorothy Jemison Day Theater
  Shorts Block, Narrative