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July 13, 2019 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

#SLFS2019 DOC SHORTS 2

Films shown in this program include:

Bang the Drum: The Life and Death of a Small-Town Music Scene
Douglas Wicker, 19 min.
Using Farmington, Mo., as an illustrative example, the film explores how social media has affected local music scenes.

Interview with a Soldier
Edward Johnston, 9 min.
A film about a soldier’s call to action, the hardships he has faced, and the lessons he’s learned.

A Look Ahead: Our Energy Future in 20 Years
Joshua Kelley, 22 min.
The 14-year-old director talks to industry professionals about the potential environmental state of the country and St. Louis in 20 years.

Theatre of Pain
Zia Nizami, 33 min.
His back hurts, he’s a new grandpa, but Jim Hoffarth still wants to be king of the ring.

Why Do We Still Play Football?
Sean Kim & Michael Melinger, 15 min.
Examining the sport through medical, safety, and cultural lenses, Clayton High School journalists tackle the question of why football is still played.

Details

Date:
July 13, 2019
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Cost:
$10.00
Event Website:
http://www.cinemastlouis.org/st-louis-filmmakers-showcase/docs-shorts-2

Venue

Washington University / Brown Hall’s Auditorium
Forsyth Boulevard and Chaplin Drive
Saint Louis, MO 63131 United States
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Phone:
3142894153

Organizer

Cinema St. Louis
Phone:
(314) 289-4152
Email:
chris@cinemastlouis.org
Organizer Website:
www.cinemastlouis.org

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