The 5th annual Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival announced the competition winners at their annual Awards Celebration at the WorkPlay Theatre in Birmingham, Alabama. Here are the winners:
Best Feature, MELVIN GOES TO DINNER (Bob Odenkirk, director)
Best Documentary, THE SAME RIVER TWICE (Robb Moss, director)
Special Jury Award for Documentary Achievement, “KING OF BLUEGRASS” (George Goehl, director)
Best Documentary Short, GUGULETU BALLET (Kristin Pichaske, director)
Best Short, PELUCA (Jared Hess, director)
Best Animated Film, “THE BOX MAN” (Nirvan Mullick, director)
Best Student Film, “JON’S DAY” (Peter Ko, director)
Special Jury Award for Music Video, “GAY BOYFRIEND” (Ryan McFaul, director)
Audience Choice Feature, “THE REAL OLD TESTAMENT” (Curtis & Paul Hannum, directors)
Audience Choice Documentary, TOM DOWD & THE LANGUAGE OF MUSIC (Mark Moorman, director)
Audience Choice Short, “A NINJA PAYS HALF MY RENT” (Steven K. Tsuchida, director)
Homegrown – Best Film, “THE MIRROR” (Tonya S. Holly, director / Florence, AL)
Special Homegrown Jury Award, “CALEY’S FRIEND” (Cade Saint, director / Leighton, AL)
Homegrown – College Film, “BECOMING MARY” (Jana Harris, director / University of Alabama at Birmingham / Birmingham, AL)
Homegrown – Young Filmmaker, “KUDZOID” (Ryan Marlow, director / Alabama School of Fine Arts / Birmingham, AL)
For more info, visit the Sidewalk Film Festival website.

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