Doc Shorts: Black Voices
A diverse chorus of black voices addresses subjects both local and national.
Film CategoryMean Streets: Viewing the Divided City Through the Lens of Film and Television Race in America: The Black Experience Show-Me Cinema Women in Film Spotlight Shorts Competition
SubjectAdoption Art Child Abuse Dance Family Issues Music Policing/Criminal Justice Politics Prison Sports Women's Issues Youth
Gregory Hoeltzel and ArchCity Defenders Inc.
The Kinloch Doc
A chronicle of the rise and demise of Kinloch, Missouri's first black city.
St. Louis Slam
A look at the St. Louis Slam, a women’s tackle football team.
This inspirational story shines a bright light on five artists who are making an impact in the St. Louis community.
For a Better Life
Sold for $100 at the age of 5, Fekri suffers through years of abuse before his plight is discovered and he’s moved into a group home where he finds support and mentorship.
The Buck: Midwest Gully
Vandal and his Arch Maddnezz Fam introduce a new style of krumping: the Midwest Gully.
Brother Lewis stands on the corner of Tower Grove and Vista every day, waving at people as they pass by.
Movement Women: The Making of a Crew
Following the murder of Mike Brown, seven women journey together through protest, spirituality, organizing, school, and artistry to find themselves intimately connected.
The Mountains That Made Me
A young woman transforms her life’s struggles and tragedies into opportunities to help other hurting women heal.
A Debtors' Prison
The stories of two ArchCity Defenders clients who were jailed unconstitutionally in North County municipal jails.