The 48 Hour Film Project returns to St. Louis May 29 - 31, 2015. Registration is now open.
The St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase (SLFS), an annual presentation of the nonprofit Cinema St. Louis, serves as the area's primary venue for films made by local artists. The Showcase screens works that were written, directed, edited, or produced by St. Louis natives or films with strong local ties.
QFest uses the art of contemporary gay cinema to spotlight the lives of LGBTQ people and celebrate queer culture. Due to water main break at the venue the 2015 event dates have changed to Sunday, April 26 through Thursday, April 30.
The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts and Cinema St. Louis will feature the locally created short silent film "Elans" by Zlatko Cosic. St. Louis-area filmmakers were invited to project their imaginations on the Pulitzer’s world-renowned building by creating films that reflect key elements (domestic spaces and/or moments of epiphany) of the current "In the Still Epiphany" exhibit. Cosic won a $500 prize for his entry. 6:30-10:30 pm, Sept. 21, 2012. Free Admission.
In collaboration with the Webster University Film Series, Cinema St. Louis offers a sneak preview of the Global Lens offerings at the 22nd Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival (SLIFF). This series is free to CSL members. The screening series provides an opportunity to CSL members, providing them with a privileged look at selections from the festival lineup and helping generate buzz about the films. The general public is also welcome to attend for the normal Webster U. Film Series price of $6.
Erich von Stroheim, 1924, 140 min., archival 35mm print, with original score and live musical accompaniment by Rats & People Motion Picture Orchestra
7 p.m. Saturday, April 6, at Webster University’s Winifred Moore Auditorium, 470 E. Lockwood Ave. Free screening. Seats will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
St. Louisans are interdependent – let’s do something to celebrate it. “Connected” and Openly Disruptive will create an excuse for St. Louisans to practice supporting each other’s visions. This documentary is about the human quality of interdependence that drives today’s technology and is enhanced by it. Since the award-winning film’s premiere, a series of workshops and discussions have emerged, resulting in cloud filmmaking projects around the world. In the same way, we’ll help St.
The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts and Cinema St. Louis invited local filmmakers to respond to the subject of color in conjunction with the exhibition Donald Judd: The Multicolored Works, on view May 10, 2013 – Jan. 4, 2014. The works on view at the Pulitzer exhibit – which include three-dimensional objects as well as drawings and collages – shed light on Judd’s heightened exploration of color after 1984. These are characterized by his unprecedented use of four to eight colors within a single object in combinations that are both striking and unexpected.
As part of the Third Annual Greater St. Louis Humanities Festival, Cinema St. Louis and the St. Louis Public Library present a free screening of John Ford’s classic film “The Grapes of Wrath” (1940). The film will be introduced and discussed by Gaylyn Studlar, the David May distinguished professor in the humanities and director...
Cinema at Citygarden - a program organized by Cinema St. Louis (CSL) and funded by Gateway Foundation - is pleased to announce the winners of its fourth juried competition. The competition was open to St. Louis-area filmmakers. Participants created short works that incorporated Nature as a key element.
We are excited to introduce Concrete Cinema, a new series exploring the connections between cinema and performance, projected in CAM's Courtyard. Free and open to the public. Cash bar. All programs include Q&A sessions with the artists. Thursdays, May 24 / June 14 / July 7 / August 9
The Seventh Annual Robert Classic French Film Festival -- co-presented by Cinema St. Louis and the Webster University Film Series -- celebrates St. Louis’ Gallic heritage and France’s cinematic legacy. The featured films span the decades from the 1930s through the early 1990s, offering a comprehensive overview of French cinema.