Music meets the Mob in this biographical documentary, narrated by the E Street Band’s Steven Van Zandt, about the life and career of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Bert Berns, the most important ’60s songwriter and record producer whose name you’ve never... Read more
Stage at KDHX
Advance tickets for programs at this venue are for sale online through Brown Paper Tickets or each individual film page on this site. There is a service charge of approximately $1.50 per ticket. Print your receipt and present it at the box office to obtain tickets.
Metered parking (free after 7 p.m. and all day on Sunday) is available on the streets surrounding KDHX, and paid parking lots are available nearby.3524 Washington Boulevard St Louis, MO 63103
I Am the Blues
“I Am the Blues” celebrates the elder statesmen (and women) who continue to make music down in the Delta, from impromptu jams in living rooms to performances in grand concert halls. Embarking on a musical journey through the swamps of the Louisiana bayou, the juke... Read more
“Rawstock” — a co-presentation with Washington University Libraries’ Film & Media Archive — makes a return engagement to SLIFF, offering another celebration of the educational films of yesteryear. A fresh batch of the shorts will screen — for free! — at Stage... Read more
These C*cksucking Tears: A Night with Lavender Country
Reprising the “Lavender Country” event that packed the house at Off Broadway in July, SLIFF offers a film-and-concert combo featuring country singer Patrick Haggerty backed by a band of local musicians. In 1973, Haggerty released the first and only gay-themed... Read more
Who Is Lydia Loveless?
Gorman Bechard’s entertaining documentary profile “Who Is Lydia Loveless?” thoroughly explores the titular question. Is she a singer/songwriter, an alt-country queen, a cow punk, or a hard rocker? The second coming of Hank Williams or Patti Smith? Or just a... Read more