This just in from the hard-working filmophiles at Cinema St. Louis and the St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase:
The staff and board of directors of Cinema St. Louis want to congratulate all of the participating filmmakers on their spectacular work this year. The following films have been invited to screen in the St. Louis International Film Festival in November [see list after the jump]:
Documentaries American Pioneers by Bruce Marren How It Is With Phooie by Mike Steinberg St. Benedict's Rule by Jay Kanzler That All May Be One by Karen Kearns
Short Subjects i! by Nate Callaghan 101 Damnations by Daniel Allen The Basement Room by Doveed Linder Capdance by Sean Keough Dog Park by Jennifer Stolzer The Doubtful Martyr by James Martin Everlasting Memory by Kaitlyn Paradis Flapjacked by Matt Murphy & Chad Harris Movie of Your Life by Chris Lawing My Uncle Arnie by Jay Kanzler Sorry to Miss the Affair by Aaron Crozier Spotlight Subside by Lindsey Sundboom Sugar by Alex Beh The Ugly Turkey by David Essman Veneer by Peter Bolte
Features Advertising for the Mob by Scott Wibbenmeyer Mosquito Kingdom by Brad Hodge & Derek Elz Say Goodnight by David VonAllmen Shadowland by Wyatt Weed Sockville by James Gregson Streetballers by Matt Krentz Texas Snow by Aaron Coffman
The winners of the St. Louis Film Critics Awards winners will be announced over the weekend; we'll post when we get 'em.
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