Below is information regarding the 2016 St. Louis International Film Festival. The 2017 festival will take place Nov. 2-12, 2017.

Narrative Shorts: Dance, Music & Art

125 min.

Schedule

Tuesday, Nov. 8 at 9:15pm

An exploration of the power and passion of dance, music, and art.

Film Category

Shorts Competition

Subject

Art Dance Music

C.T.R.L

Mariana Conde

A young man's attempt at a first contact with a love interest is hijacked in a most entertaining way.

2014
3 min.

A Children's Song

Shayna Cohen

When two students competing for a music scholarship realize that their original compositions are based on an identical song, they bitterly contest each other’s ownership.

2015
27 min.

Im/Perfect

Roxy Shih

A hearing-impaired ballet dancer attends an audition that will change his life.

2016
8 min.

In the Pines

Elliott Geolat

Consumed with jealousy and suspicion, the working-class husband of an alluring singer waits through the night for his wife to return home.

2015
11 min.

The Promise

Jason Karman

Two men traveling together share a romantic connection and make sacrifices to achieve personal fulfillment.

2016
5 min.

Silence

Dejan Mrkic

A young musician struggles with her identity when her hearing starts to fade.

2016
15 min.

Still

Lily Erlinger

A ballerina has just made an irreversible decision that no one knows about, and she confronts its effects alone.

2016
29 min.
German

Tal: Tears of Hope

Rachel Yedid

Music and poetry combine to create a live-action art installation.

2016
10 min.
Arabic, French, Hebrew & Spanish

Women's Christmas Night

Oonagh Kearney

A radical and highly visual response to Séan Ó'Riordáin's Irish-language poem.

2016
6 min.
Irish

Xing

Rosa Costanza

In early-‘90s New York, Melissa seeks refuge from a violent home and embraces the underground club life.

2016
11 min.