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Award-Winning, Locally-Shot Film Belleville to Play at Wehrenberg Theatres
Central Library Cinema Presents ...
ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com), September 7, 2014 - The law student neighbors at Saint Louis University Law have returned from summer break and to welcome them back, Central Library Cinema is showing courtroom movies all month long!
All movies start at 6:30 PM in the Auditorium at Central Library. These movies are FREE and open to the public.
September 11 - My Cousin Vinny, (1992, R, 120 min)
September 25 - Gravity (1993, PG-13, 125 min)
Coming Soon - October:
Sometimes movies don't have to be scary to make us uneasy. Central Library Cinema put together a month of odd movies that keep us thinking about them long after they are over.
October 2 - Labyrinth, (1986, PG, 101 min)
October 9 - Being John Malkovich, (1999, R, 113 min)
October 23 - DOUBLE FEATURE The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920, NR, 67 min) and Freaks (1932, NR, 64 min)
October 30 - Pi, (1998, R, 84 min)
We Want Your Short Films! Know someone who creates short movies who might fit in with one of our themes for the upcoming months? They could be selected to show before our feature films! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. For more information, call 314-539-0395.
Movie Nights at Busch II Infield
ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com) - Ballpark Village is hosting a series of monthly Monday movie nights through September on the outdoor screen at Busch II Infield.
Classic films will be shown with a $1/person viewing charge that will be donated to charity. Patrons are invited to bring a blanket and spread out on the grass under the stars for a fun, family-friendly evening. Refreshments will be sold at the outdoor bar under the screen. All films will begin at 7p.m.
The schedule of films to be screened is as follows:
Sept 29 - A League of Their Own
ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com), July 23, 2014 - Ted Trent Studios and Circa 87 has announced an exclusive new distribution deal with Wehrenberg Theatres to showcase their award-winning, local film Belleville in September.
Ted Trent Studios and Circa 87, two Los Angeles-based film production companies, have collaborated to focus future projects on America's Midwest. "It makes sense," said producer and actor Ted Trent. "Writer/director Dan Steadman grew up in Michigan, and I was raised in Southern Illinois. We started sharing our vision for telling important stories from the Heartland in modern, contemporary ways and that led to a change in focus for both of our companies."
The duo was in Palm Springs, launching Hidden Hills, an early 60s homage to Rock Hudson and Doris Day, at the Palm Springs International Film Festival. "I got to talking about my upbringing in Belleville, Illinois," stated Trent. "I challenged Dan to go back to my hometown and write a fictional tale of loss and hopelessness - that eventually leads to redemption and joy that can be found in community."
"The fun for me as a writer was to take my comedy background (Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Jesus People) and mix it with my Midwestern values and my desire to tell stories that matter," explained Steadman. The team got excited about bringing filmmaking to the Midwest and discovering local actors in the Heartland. Belleville did just that for St. Louis actress Cooper Shaw, who just discovered she had won the American Movie Award for Best Supporting Actress in this Midwestern-made indie film.
Ronald P. Krueger, Chairman and CEO of Wehrenberg Theatres, said, "Our family and our business grew up in St. Louis and the Metro-area. A film of this quality which highlights local communities and talent is something we strongly support. We're proud to showcase Belleville to our guests. We know they'll support these local filmmakers."
"We are thrilled from the support from Wehrenberg and we are excited about sharing this redemptive tale of hope and community throughout four states," says Ted Trent. "We hope to reach people who seem to yearn for a different type of movie from Hollywood. The positive feedback we've received from the thousands of people who have already attended the film really indicates we're on to something here. People have been touched by our little tale of a depressed farmer whose life is changed by a stranger visiting from another world."
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248 Crestwood - East End
Creve Coeur 12
10465 Olive Boulevard
Esquire 7 (Closed for renovations)
6706 Clayton Road
West Olive 16
Olive Road & Whispering Pines
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Clayton Road & Lindbergh Blvd, 314-995-6285
6350 Delmar Blvd., 314-995-6270
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Wehrenberg Theatres 314-822-2463
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1785 Clarkson Road
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7505 Watson Road
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300 Northwest Plaza Mall
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Hwy 94 at Prairie Lane
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1320 Central Park, O'Fallon, IL
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50 Ludwig Road, Fairview Heights, IL
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3821 Lindell Boulevard
618 Washington Street
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4572 Lemay Ferry Rd, 314-845-2900
Central Library's Auditorium
1415 Olive St., 314-539-0395
103 East Main, Belleville, IL, 618-233-0018
St. Louis Mills Stadium 18, 314-227-5500
St. Louis Science Center - OMNIMAX Theatre
5050 Oakland Ave, 314-289-4444
2025 Golfway Drive, 636-947-1133
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