SLIFF’s opening night features the world premiere of “Bad Grandmas,” a St. Louis-shot comedy by co-writer/director Srikant Chellappa and co-writer Jack Snyder, the... Read more
Master Class: 20 Easy Ways to Ruin Your Great Indie FilmSaturday, Nov. 4 at 1:00pm
It has been said that wise people learn from their own mistakes but that smart people learn from the mistakes of others. In that helpful spirit, this humorous and... Read more
Traditional-Jazz Performance with Mr. Handy's BluesSunday, Nov. 5 at 7:00pm
Joanne Fish’s “Mr. Handy’s Blues” chronicles the life of William Christopher Handy, known affectionately worldwide as the Father of the Blues. Handy’s trajectory to... Read more
Tribeca Film Institute's IF/Then Short Documentary Pitch CompetitionSunday, Nov. 12 at 2:00pm
Tribeca Film Institute's IF/Then Short Documentary Pitch Competition Award Announced
Tribeca Film Institute, in partnership with SLIFF,... Read more
The Rats & People Motion Picture Orchestra with The BlotSunday, Nov. 12 at 7:30pm
The pioneering Lois Weber was one of the first women to direct films, and SLIFF pays tribute to the filmmaker by screening a recent restoration of her silent “The... Read more
Cat Clips: A Competition in Cuteness!
Cinema St. Louis (CSL) and Animal House Cat Rescue & Adoption Center are excited to announce the first edition of Cat Clips: A Competition in Cuteness!, a new signature short-film contest and fundraising event.
Selected clips will be screened... Read More
Saint Louis Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Film Festival
Cinema St. Louis (CSL) and the Saint Louis Science Center are excited to announce the first edition of a science fiction and fantasy short film contest – an opportunity for regional filmmakers to let their imaginations shine. The event begins at 6 p.m. and lasts... Read More
First Fridays: STL Filmmakers Showcase Sampler
As part of First Fridays in Grand Center, the Nine Network of Public Media, St. Louis Public Radio, and Cinema St. Louis present the St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase Sampler at the Nine Network of Public Media in the Monsanto Studio at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 6, 2017.... Read More
Tribeca Film Institute’s IF/Then Short Documentary Program
The 26th Whitaker St Louis International Film Festival (held from Nov. 2-12, 2017) is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Tribeca Film Institute to stimulate the art of short-form documentary storytelling.
Calling all filmmakers living and working... Read More
Video Loops at Central Library
Experimental Cinema at Central Library returns in 2017 with an all-day interactive event on Saturday, Sept. 30. Central Library and Cinema St. Louis invite St. Louis-area filmmakers to create short, silent works of video art that bear repeating.
"1984" Screening and Panel
Cinema St. Louis joins more than 90 art-house movie theaters and film organizations across the country in a National Screening Day of “1984” (Michael Radford, U.K., 1984, 111 min.). The screenings will occur in 81 cities, which are located in 35... Read More
Motion Pictures' Biggest Night
Whether you head out for a night on the town, host your own watch party or stay in the comfort of your home, you can have fun, compete for prizes and support Cinema St. Louis’ year-round film programming.
ENJOY A NIGHT OUT ON THE TOWN... Read More
I Love Movies Trivia Night
Cinema St. Louis is hosting its 14th annual I Love Movies Trivia Night. The event takes place Friday, May 25, 2018, at the Centene Center for Arts and Education, 3547 Olive Street (a half-block east of Grand Boulevard). Doors open at 6 pm and trivia... Read More