Frames: Static, A fan film of a young black superhero
Static is a superhero film with live action and animation, the story tells of a black teenager who acquires superpowers in the corrupt city of Dakota.
Frames: Parallel Chords
An emotionally powerful feature about a father – a famous concert pianist – at odds with his daughter, a talented young violinist, “Parallel Chords” traces their parallel lives – close, but never touching.
Frames: Road to the Pros
“Road to the Pros” is a documentary about young boxers in St. Louis and the rich history of amateur boxing here.
The 28th Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival
Cinema St. Louis presents the 28th Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival, featuring nearly 400 films from 63 countries.
Frames: Preview of the St. Louis International Film Festival
Previews of sixteen of the scores of films being shown at the 29th St. Louis International Film Festival.
Schankman’s St. Louis: Tootie Speaks!
HEC’s Paul Schankman interviews child star Margaret O’Brien during her visit to St. Louis for a screening of “Meet Me in St. Louis,” in which she played Tootie.
Karl Luthin: The Wrangler
Karl Luthin is a full-time veterinarian and a Hollywood wrangler who handles large breeds of animals in the film industry.
Frames – Films From the St. Louis Filmmakers Project
A chilling, yet subtle thriller and a goofy romcom.
Frames: A Look at Four Local Films – Steve, Eat Well, Shipslog, and End of Daze
“Steve” is a psycho-drama about a Vietnam vet; “Eat Well” mixes a public tv, cooking and cannibalism with dark humor. Two sci-fi shorts, “Shipslog” and “End of Daze,” have amazing CGI.
Frames: The Best of the 48 Hour Film Project 2019
Five of the best shorts from this year’s 48 Hour Film Project, from fantasy to noir, action to animation.