Narrative Shorts: Showcase Sampler
A selection of some of the best narrative shorts from the 2019 St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase.
An artist invites an especially harsh critic to her studio for an exclusive preview of her latest work.
A young, determined dancer finds herself mixed up in a showdown with a mysterious presence behind a closet door.
A Vietnam veteran suffering from PTSD is haunted by the events of the past and struggles to know what is real in the present.
A young woman does her job so well that higher-ups decide there isn’t much for her to do anymore.
Loosely based on the filmmaker’s parents, this whimsical film tells the story of a romantic couple at three crucial stages in their lives.
A stop-motion film featuring abstract geometric renderings of plants, animals, and one human.
A hypothetical expression of Neil Armstrong’s inner child when he set foot on the moon.
As Mark and Jill have their save-the-date photos taken, they begin to wonder if their wedding date can actually be saved.
A woman looking for love takes a chance on the new guy in town and his giant stuffed bear.
Armed with only a small metal wagon and a heart full of hope, a woman ventures to overcome the past to find her future.
Two men find something unexpected in an old house.