Washington U./Brown

Washington University’s Brown Hall Auditorium (Washington U./Brown)

Auditorium at Washington University’s Brown Hall, Forsyth Boulevard and Chaplin Drive (two blocks west of Skinker Boulevard)

325 seats

Free parking is available in the yellow-zone sections of lots along Forsyth Boulevard and in the Danforth University Center garage; no permits are required on weekends. See Washington U. map.

Shot in St. Louis by former Showcase award-winner Cody Stokes, The Ghost Who Walks is a breathlessly paced ride through the hidden underbelly of the city. After five years in prison, Nolan (Garland Scott) in given his freedom, but his release required that he rat on his former boss  a betrayal that carries a death sentence. Nolan must now scramble to find his ex, Lena (Alexia Rasmussen), and the 5-year-old daughter hes never met before Donnie (Gil Darnell) can track him down and kill him. Nolans quest is simple: Put his family back together and escape.

The Ghost Who Walks

Confound Acts
Katina Bitsicas, 4 min.
This three-channel video — which combines nature footage, metaphorical symbols, and interview and courtroom audio — explores the ways in which the murder of a man in Verona, Ky.,  affects the families of both the victim and the perpetrators.
Green Lemon Buggy
Jessica Adkins & Shane Devine, 3 min.
This third-place winner of the Cinema at Citygarden Competition is a paper-cut stop-motion video by the Opera Bell Band that tells the musical story of a car m

Experimental Shorts