Webster U./Moore

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250 seats

Free parking is available both in front of and behind Webster Hall; no permits are required in the evening and on weekends.

Winifred Moore Auditorium in Webster University’s Webster Hall 470 E Lockwood Ave Webster Groves, MO 63119

A reprise presentation of the seven award-winning shorts at the 2017 SLIFF and the Best of Showcase winner at the 2017 St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase.

 

Cerulia (Sofía Carrillo, Mexico, 2016, 13 min., Spanish): Cerulia comes back home to bid her final farewell, but her childhood memories and grandparents' presence will not let her go. Best Animated Short Award.

SLIFF Award-Winning Shorts

One April morning in 2012, the director Bruno Romy and the artist Annabelle Cocollos are told that Mika, their 6-year-old daughter, has leukemia. Eight months later, when Mika is finally able to return to school, the family decides to make a documentary called “When I Was 6, I Killed a Dragon.” Surprisingly fun and full of life, even as it deals with illness and the fear of death, the film blends fantasy and slapstick into its lively mix and incorporates touching, playful, and sometimes fantastical footage.

When I Was 6, I Killed a Dragon