"Bob Reuter's Last Tape" presents a vivid and intimate portrait of the the late Bob Reuter, an iconic local artist, offering an homage to a gifted and much-missed St. Louisan. Director Josh Rolens discusses the film, and the evening is capped by a performance by members of Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost.
SLIFF inaugurates a new venue in 2014 with the addition of St. Louis University’s Center for Global Citizenship. All of the events at SLU are free and feature documentaries that focus on interfaith issues and human rights. Two films -- “Elegy to Connie” and “120 Days” --... more
SLIFF is offering its five programs of documentary shorts at the Tivoli as free screenings. The programs play at 5 p.m. on the fest’s weekdays. In addition, “Doc Shorts: Human Rights” is offered for free twice -- during the Human Rights Spotlight at Washington U. on Nov. 15 and at St. Louis U. on Nov. 20.
SLIFF offers free daytime screenings for children and teens from participating St. Louis-area schools. This year’s selections – both classic and contemporary, with several accompanied by the filmmakers – include “The Amazing Catfish,” “American Cheerleader,” “Anina,” “Beginning with the End,” “Belle and Sebastian,” “Boxcar Children,” “Grand... more
Documentarian Doug Pray conducts a master class on proven techniques for obtaining great interviews. The class covers all aspects of the art of performing interviews for documentary films, including preparing interview questions and their wording; understanding the psychological dynamics of the director-subject relationship; maximizing dramatic... more