10th Annual St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase Slated for July 17-22

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Pennies for the Boatman tells the story of a woman in the 1950s North St. Louis stuggling with a secret and a prodigal sibling. - CINEMASTLOUIS.ORG/SHOWCASE.HTML
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  • Pennies for the Boatman tells the story of a woman in the 1950s North St. Louis stuggling with a secret and a prodigal sibling.
Cinema St. Louis today announced the schedule for its tenth annual festival featuring the work of local filmmakers.

This year's St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase kicks off Saturday, July 17, with a day-long seminar at the Regional Arts Commission.

From there its down the street to the Tivoli Theatre, where from Sunday to Thursday Cinema St. Louis will screen 65 films (features, shorts and documentaries) crafted by local artists.

The showcase concludes Thursday, July 22, with a party and awards ceremony at Blueberry Hill's Duck Room. View a list of all the films and find more information about the showcase at Cinema St. Louis.

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