Film Schedule

The SouthSide Film Festival’s schedule features five days of programming including our opening night, late night, and closing night films.  For information on these special screenings and parties, please check out events page.  For synopses, run-times, and other info on the films please head over to the Film Info page.  The film block compilations will be posted below the screening times.

The full 2017 SSFF program is available as a PDF here.

Charter Arts Sinclair Victory
Wednesday, June 14th
5:20-6:50 Mission Control Drama 1 Doc 1
7:20-9:00 Drama 3 Drama 2 Prison Dogs
9:20-10:55 American Folk Comedy 2 Happy Hunting
Thursday, June 15th
5:20-6:50 American Zealot Drama 1 Doc 1
7:20-9:00 Drama 3 Animation Prison Dogs
9:20-10:55 American Folk Comedy 1 Mission Control
Friday, June 16th
5:20-6:50 44 Pages American Zealot Doc 2
7:20-9:00 Billboard Boys Animation Armistead Maupin
9:20-10:55 Unleashed Comedy 1 Happy Hunting
Late Night Night Watchmen
Saturday, June 17th
1:20-3:00 Doc 1
3:20-5:00 44 Pages Drama 2 Doc 2
5:20-6:50 Billboard Boys Comedy 2 Armistead Maupin
7:20-9:00 Centralia

Animation
Alike
Confined
Ed
Evocation of a Nightmare
Mei
My Friend Nearly Killed Patti Smith
Night Shadows
Rabbit Blood
Second to None
Spring Jam
Swiped
The Talk
To Build a Fire
Toys

Comedy 1
3-Way (Not Calling)
Facon
Fanny Pack
Frankie Keeps Talking
Horseshoe Theory
It’s Been Like A Year
Fish With Legs
Love Is A Sting

Comedy 2
Jewish Blind Date
La Madre Buena
No Other Way to Say It
Otherhalf
Pizza Night
Roger
The Driving Seat
The Dynamic Double Standard

Doc 1
Distance
Gift Horses
King of the Buskers
Dog Camp

Doc 2
Stage 7
The Aria of Babyface Cauliflower Brown
Old Men Singing
From The Earth: A Tribute to the Slate Belt Heritage and Culture
A Child’s Requiem

Drama 1
4 Pounds of Flowers
Chasing Grace
Cul-De-Sac
Eggs and Soldiers
Grief
Jonah

Drama 2
Make It Up
Makeup
On The Roof
One Halloween
Penalty
Picked
Prep Talk
No Monsters in Berlin

Drama 3
SHEN
Silence
Smoke City
The Bathtub
Twinsburg
Rated

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