90 min.


Sunday, Nov. 12 at 6:00pm
Stage at KDHX

Is your wife always two steps ahead of you? Are you not sure what’s a fact anymore? Do you struggle with specificity in your writing? If you answered yes to any of these questions, join us for “Rawstock.” This celebration of the educational films of yesteryear — a co-presentation with Washington University Libraries’ Film & Media Archive — makes a return engagement to SLIFF with a fresh batch of shorts that will screen — for free! — at Stage at KDHX. Settle in with your friends for a relaxing night of drinks, kitsch, and nostalgia, all projected in old-fashioned 16mm. When not sharing selections from their vast trove of 16mm educational films, the Film & Media Archive serves as a nationally recognized center for scholarship, teaching, and learning. Founded in 2002, and part of Washington University's Special Collections, the Film & Media Archive works with students, faculty members, researchers, and filmmakers to enable research of America's great social and political movements using film, video, and other archival media.