After the conclusion of Seeds of Hope at the Human Rights Spotlight, the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting hosts a reception at Holmes Lounge on the Washington U. campus. All those who attended Spotlight films or are interested in human-rights issues are invited to continue the discussion over... more
SLIFF offers free daytime screenings for children and teens from participating St. Louis-area schools. The year’s selections – many accompanied by the filmmakers – include “The Abominable Crime,” “Alice Walker,” “Approved for Adoption,” “Bible Quiz,” “Caucus,” “Children of the Night,” “Ernest and Celestine,” “I Learn America,” “JFK: A President... more
Regular ticket price of $12 per film.
NFF Coffee at KDHX is FREE.
An iconic figure in American-independent cinema, Jon Jost began making films in early 1960s and remains just as active today (his latest, “Coming to Terms,” screens Nov. 24 at the Tivoli). Jost has served as a mentor and inspiration to Missouri micro-budget filmmaker Blake Eckard, and he both shot and stars in Eckard’s “Ghosts of Empire Prairie... more
As part of the New Filmmakers Forum, SLIFF holds a conversation with the five participating directors hosted by Andrea Sporcic, the Missouri Film Office specialist at the Missouri Division of Tourism. Complimentary coffee and pastries are provided.