The 13th Annual Whitaker St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase takes over the Tivoli from July 14th through the 18th, featuring a diverse collection of increasingly impressive local talent. Fifteen different programs offer 91 films running from a few minutes to feature length, stretching from animation and avant-garde works to documentaries and fictional narratives.
The Fourth Annual Classic French Film Festival continues Thursday, July 19th and through Sunday, July 29th at Webster University with eight different programs. Directors range from silent film pioneer Georges Méliès to New Wave’s Jean-Luc Godard and Jacques Rivette, Chris Marker and Henri-Georges Clouzot to Jean Renoir and Jean Vigo.
The 12th annual Whitaker St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase continues through Thursday, July 12th with an array of choices at Landmark’s Tivoli Theatre. Showcasing local talent, all the selections have St. Louis area writers, directors, editors and/or producers or the works have strong local ties. Compilations of short films appear in programs labeled: documentaries, thrillers, experimental, comedy and relationships.
The 12th annual Whitaker St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase begins Saturday, July 7th and runs through Thursday, July 12th. Landmark’s Tivoli Theatre hosts 16 programs with fiction and nonfiction feature-length works and compilations of shorter films. Showcasing local talent, all the selections have St. Louis area writers, directors, editors and/or producers or the works have strong local ties.
The Webster Film Series, St. Louis International Film Festival (SLIFF) and KDHX present a seminar with visiting filmmaker Jay Duplass. Writer/director Jay Duplass (“The Puffy Chair,” “Baghead,” “Cyrus”), SLIFF’s Contemporary Cinema Award winner, will offer an instructive seminar on independent filmmaking.
The Webster Film Series, St. Louis International Film Festival (SLIFF) and KDHX present a seminar with visiting filmmaker Bill Plympton. SLIFF honoree Bill Plympton will discuss his storied career as an independent animator, shows samples of his work, and offer advice and insight to aspiring filmmakers.
Beginning appropriately on July 14th, Bastille Day, Cinema St. Louis and Webster University's Film Series launch the Third Annual Classic French Film Festival. Over three weeks, the festival will present twelve films, each screening once. Seven great French directors are represented: Francois Truffaut, Claude Chabrol, Jean-Luc Godard, Jacques Demy, Agnes Varda, Robert Bresson, and Jean-Paul Rappeneau.