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Central Library Cinema Presents a Local Filmmaker Highlight
ST. LOUIS, MO, (, December 2, 2014 - On January 17, 2015, Central Library Cinema presents a local filmmaker highlight on Darryl Barker with the showing of Beethopia.

Barker was born and raised in St. Louis and received his Master of Fine Arts in Film and Television production from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. After living in Hollywood until 1990, he moved back to St. Louis where he independently produced and directed his science fiction feature, Beethopia.

Primarily shot in Missouri locations, took the cast and crew from the Lemp Brewery and a Lafayette Square funeral home in St. Louis to Rockliffe Mansion in Hannibal, and to Fort de Chartres, in neighboring Illinois.

The film will be shown at 7:00 PM in the Auditorium at Central Library, followed by a Q&A with writer/director Darryl Barker.

Beethopia (NR, 118 min, 2013)
In a world where music is outlawed and the government drugs its citizens, rebellious scientist Anton Schoenheim is on a mission to rekindle the human soul. The passion of Beethoven's music is to be his weapon and there's only one person who can play it: Beethoven himself. Anton creates a human clone with the hope that the child will possess the fire and spirit of the original composer, and restore freedom to the city.

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January Lineup at Central Library Cinema:
All movies start at 7:00 PM in the Auditorium at Central Library. These movies are FREE and open to the public.

January 8th: Edge of Tomorrow (PG-13, 113 min, 2014)
A military officer (Tom Cruise) with no combat experience takes part in a suicide mission where he lives the same battle over and over. Each time he dies, he is brought back and engages with more skill. Also starring Emily Blunt, Bill Paxton. 90% Fresh on

January 22nd: 22 Jump Street (R, 110 min, 2014)
Officers Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) go undercover again, this time at a local college. 84% Fresh on

January 29th: Maleficent (PG, 97 min, 2014)
Maleficent (Angelina Jolie) places a curse on newborn, Princess Aurora. But as the princess grows, Maleficent soon realizes Aurora may hold the key to peace in the land.

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Special December Showing starts at 2:00 PM in the Auditorium at Central Library. The movie is FREE and open to the public.

December 6
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 for more details. For more information, call 314-539-0395.

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Chesterfield 14
3000 Chesterfield Mall

Crestwood Plaza 10
248 Crestwood - East End

Creve Coeur 12
10465 Olive Boulevard

Esquire 7
6706 Clayton Road

West Olive 16
Olive Road & Whispering Pines

Landmark Theatres
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Plaza Frontenac Cinema
Clayton Road & Lindbergh Blvd, 314-995-6285

Tivoli Theatre
6350 Delmar Blvd., 314-995-6270

Clayton Road at Skinker, 314-995-6273

Wehrenberg Theatres 314-822-2463
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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
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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

MX Movies
618 Washington Street

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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

Lincoln Theatre
103 East Main, Belleville, IL, 618-233-0018

Regal Cinemas
St. Louis Mills Stadium 18, 314-227-5500

St. Louis Science Center - OMNIMAX Theatre
5050 Oakland Ave, 314-289-4444

St. Andrews
2025 Golfway Drive, 636-947-1133

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