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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.
 

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The Sixth Annual QFest runs June 6th through 9th at Webster University. Its mission, as defined by Cinema St. Louis, is "to use the art of contemporary gay cinema to illustrate the diversity of the LGBTQ community and to explore the complexities of living an alternative lifestyle." The 10 features and nine shorts certainly meet that goal.

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This list was not put together with an aesthetic in mind for what I deem best in show, but rather attempts to pool together a diverse set of documentaries about artists and their art, hoping that you'll find one worth pursuit.

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The 21st annual Whitaker Saint Louis International Film Festival continues through Sunday, November 18th‘s closing night awards party begins at 8 p.m. at the Contemporary Art Museum. Between now and then, there are dozens of short and feature, fiction and nonfiction, animated and live action films from which to choose.

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The 21st annual Whitaker Saint Louis International Film Festival kicks off Thursday, November 8th followed by a ten-day feast of cinematic offerings and events. Film lovers get to choose from over 400 feature and short films, most of them St. Louis premieres. In addition, dozens of filmmakers will accompany their films, introducing them and leading discussions after screenings.

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Thursday, 10 November 2011 01:00

A Wealth of Films at the St. Louis Film Fest

The 20th annual St. Louis International Film Festival begins spectacularly Thursday, November 10th at the Tivoli with The Artist. Impressively executed and immensely entertaining, The Artist charts the fading career of silent film star George Valentin juxtaposed with the rise of Peppy Miller. St. Louisan John Goodman plays film director Zimmer in this gorgeous, masterful black-and-white homage to silent film.

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Wednesday, 14 September 2011 17:13

Now Screening: 2011 Israeli Doc Challenge

Finalists from the third annual Israeli Doc Challenge are now available for viewing in the Israeli Screening Room on the Doc Challenge site.

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