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UPDATE: National Film Challenge St. Louis films screen locally

UPDATE: National Film Challenge St. Louis films screen locally
Written by Kat Touschner
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Nine teams of filmmakers from the St. Louis area participated in KDHX's National Film Challenge this past October. The films will screen at the Webster Winifred Moore Auditorium on December 6 at 7pm Sunday, December 11 6pm followed by a Q&A with participating filmmakers.

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WHAT: National Film Challenge St. Louis screening
WHEN: Tuesday, December 6, 7pm Sunday, December 11 6pm
WHERE: Winifred Moore Auditorium on the campus of Webster University, 470 E Lockwood Ave, St. Louis, 63119
COST: $6

St. Louis area films:

The Potatoes Have Eyes by House of Badger
An Irish spirit takes revenge on the living.

Dinner Time by Enigmary Films
The Family that Preys Together Stays Together

Juxtaposed by NetWide Productions
We are not always what we think we are.

Pizza by The Damfinos
A couple proves that true love can withstand even the coldest pizza.

Best Day Ever by St. Louis Gossett Junior Mints
One man's struggle to have a good day.

The After Party by Midnight Films
Wedding parties can go all night

Bedtime Story by Bug-Juice Productions
Will their story have a happy ending?

Portal by Thumbcat
In a failed attempt to reach out to the spirit of his recently deceased wife Victoria, a man invites something unexpected into his home.

Hyperlocal Singles by Pixel Pear
Unsuspecting singles are duped by online viral video entrepreneurs.



Tickets will be available at the door.

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