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Cinema St. Louis Announces Lineup for 23rd Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival|
ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com), October 23, 2014 - The 23rd Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival (SLIFF) will be held Nov. 13 - 23, 2014. SLIFF will screen 389 films: 89 narrative features, 76 documentary features, and 224 shorts. This year's festival has 239 screenings/programs, with 69 countries represented.
The fest will host more than 125 filmmakers and related guests, including honorees Doug Pray (Contemporary Cinema Award), Katie Mustard (Women in Film Award), and Timothy J. Sexton (Charles Guggenheim Cinema St. Louis Award).
The festival will open on Thursday, Nov. 13, with the premiere of "The Makings of You," a St. Louis-set and -shot drama by Matt Amato. An award-winning director of music videos and commercials, Amato returned to his hometown of St. Louis to shoot his feature debut, which stars Jay R. Ferguson (of "Mad Men") and Sheryl Lee and Grace Zabriskie (both of "Twin Peaks"). Ferguson and Zabriskie will attend.
Other prominent films at SLIFF include festival buzz movies "Foxcatcher," "The Imitation Game," "Mr. Turner," and "Wild"; the locally made features "Four Color Eulogy" and "Marshall the Miracle Dog"; and new works by such prominent directors as Martin Scorsese, Bernardo Bertolucci, Jonathan Demme, Catherine Breillat, Alain Resnais, and Volker Schlondorff.
In response to the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson this summer, SLIFF is featuring a stream of programming entitled Race in America: The Black Experience. To maximize outreach, about three-quarters of those programs are free. Also new at this year's fest, SLIFF is partnering with Dance St. Louis for Dance on Film, an entirely free slate of seven dance-related programs.
The fest schedule, ticket information, and a complete list of films (with descriptions) are available at the Cinema St. Louis Web site (www.cinemastlouis.org).
SLIFF's primary venues are the following theaters:
Plaza Frontenac Cinema, Plaza Frontenac, Lindbergh Boulevard and Clayton Road
Stage at KDHX, Washington Blvd.
Tivoli Theatre, 6350 Delmar Blvd.
Washington University, Brown Hall Auditorium, Forsyth and Skinker boulevards
Webster University, Webster Hall's Moore Auditorium, 470 East Lockwood Ave.
Central Library Cinema Presents ...
ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com), October 23, 2014 - 'Movember' (November) is about raising awareness and delivering significant improvements for men's health issues, specifically prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health.
Part of this awareness is men who shave their faces on Movember 1 (Shave the Date) and grow only a moustache through the entire month. This November, we are raising awareness through St. Louis Public Library's health blog and moustache contest, and by showing movies featuring amazing moustaches the entire month.
We'll also be showing some 2013 Moscars before each film, these films were created to promote awareness around Movember and men's health
All movies start at 6:30 PM in the Auditorium at Central Library. These movies are FREE and open to the public.
DOUBLE FEATURE The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920, NR, 67 min) and Freaks (1932, NR, 64 min)
Pi, (1998, R, 84 min)
In Movember (November) ...
Smokey & The Bandit (PG, 96 min, 1977) with Gen Mo Moscars (2013) *Before the film, local health organizations will provide information on men's health issues and a chance to discuss health concerns in the lobby outside the Auditorium.
A two men agree to get a truck load of beer from Texas to Atlanta in 28 hours, and is pursued all the way by the law.
The Grand Budapest Hotel (R, 100 min, 2014) with Your Movember Journey (2013)
The adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. The story involves the theft and recovery of a priceless Renaissance painting and the battle for an enormous family fortune.
November 26 (Wednesday Night - SPECIAL Pre-Thanksgiving Date)
Napoleon Dynamite (PG, 96 min, 2004) with 2014 Public Service Announcement (2013)
Napoleon spends his days drawing mythical beasts, duking it out with his older brother, Kip, and trying to avoid his scheming Uncle Rico. When two new friends enter Napoleon's life - shy Deb and mustachioed Pedro - the trio launches a campaign to elect Pedro for class president. But if Pedro is to win, Napoleon will have to unleash his own secret weapon.
Help us celebrate Movember by entering our moustache growing contest. Go to our health blog for more information!
Special December Showing
The Arts and its Influence on the Civil Rights Movement and Beyond
Film Screening: Fruitvale Station at 2PM in Central Library Auditorium
The performance group A Call to Conscience will dramatize a "timeline" of occasions of police brutality in readers theater format followed by the screening of the film Fruitvale Station.
A panel of artists/arts educators will follow to discuss and illustrate how the arts positively influenced the impact of peaceful activism in America and throughout the world.
Moderator, Roseann Weiss, Director of Community & Public Arts - Regional Arts Commission, Activist Stephen Houldsworth, Shirley LeFlore, activist, writer, poet, and Robert Powell, Founder, Executive Director of Portfolio Gallery.
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 email@example.com for more details. For more information, call 314-539-0395.
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Crestwood Plaza 10
248 Crestwood - East End
Creve Coeur 12
10465 Olive Boulevard
6706 Clayton Road
West Olive 16
Olive Road & Whispering Pines
Plaza Frontenac Cinema
Clayton Road & Lindbergh Blvd, 314-995-6285
6350 Delmar Blvd., 314-995-6270
Clayton Road at Skinker, 314-995-6273
Wehrenberg Theatres 314-822-2463
Arnold 14 Cine
1912 Richardson Road
Clarkson 6 Cine
1785 Clarkson Road
Des Peres 14 Cine
Manchester Road and Highway 270
Eureka 6 Cine
Manchester Road and Highway 270
Jamestown 14 Cine
N. Lindberg & Old James Town
Kenrick 8 Cine
7505 Watson Road
Mid Rivers 14
Mid Rivers & I-270, St. Peters
Northwest 9 Cine
300 Northwest Plaza Mall
Ronnie's 20 Cine
S. Lindbergh & Baptist Church
St. Charles 18 Cine
Hwy 94 at Prairie Lane
O'Fallon 15 Cine
1320 Central Park, O'Fallon, IL
St Clair 10 Cine
50 Ludwig Road, Fairview Heights, IL
Saint Louis Cinemas
Chase Park Plaza Cinemas
Lindell and Kingshighway, 314-367-0101
Galleria 6 Cinemas
Galleria Mall - Atrium Level, 314-725-0808
Moolah Theatre & Lounge
3821 Lindell Boulevard
618 Washington Street
Arch Odyssey (Closed due to Government Shutdown)
Gateway Arch, St. Louis Riverfront, 314-982-1410
Keller Plaza Cine 8
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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