Grabbing a cardigan for the chilly theater, a pre-movie drink, stopping by the snack bar, poking your friend during previews saying, “let’s go see that one next.” We’ve missed the movies and we’ve really missed Birmingham’s most unique and community-based independent theater. After nearly seven months, Sidewalk Film Center has reopened with safety precautions.Continue reading “Welcome back—Sidewalk Film Center reopens with safety precautions”
Let’s face it. We’ve got a lot more time on our hands nowadays. Remember when we would try to monitor our screentime? That went out the door as soon as quarantine started. Luckily, with help from some of the team, we’ve put together some recommendations of what to watch to pass the time.Continue reading “Need something to watch during quarantine? Here’s what the team recommends.”
UPDATE 2/4: All roles for extras have currently been filled. If you’d like to reach out about another project, feel free to use the same contact information provided.
If you’ve never made it on the big screen, now is your chance! A Birmingham film is on the hunt for extras to be in a party scene on February 8. Find out more about “Garden of the Gods,” a movie produced by a local Birmingham production company.Continue reading “Update: Extras needed for Birmingham film, “Garden of the Gods””
The holidays are a time to relax, catch up with friends and enjoy the company of family. However, for many of us, this isn’t always the case. The holidays can easily turn into a marathon of cooking, decorating, shopping and giving—but not this year. Here are 10 ways to kick the holiday stress in Birmingham!Continue reading “10 Ways to Kick the Holiday Stress in Birmingham”
Sidewalk Film Festival has been around for almost 20 years! Yesterday, they announced their opening and closing films. Continue reading “Sidewalk Film Festival announces their opening and closing movies”
Christmas showings are coming to the Alabama Theatre. From your favorite Christmas movies to a country/folk performance, you’ll spend your December at the theater.
There’s something to say about a city that has the history, for the last decade, like ours, but that is seemingly rising out of the ashes and not allowing the past to dictate the future.
Okay, that may have been a bit dramatic, but we are definitely making a comeback.