A collection of award-winning short films from the St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase highlighting diverse stories and perspectives.
Clusterluck documents the experiences of Black faculty recruited to a historically white institution (HWI). The film unpacks what community means to them and what it looks like when Black scholars have supportive communities within their departments/programs at HWIs.
Based upon a true story, this is the story of Eliza Rone, an enslaved woman who, in 1856, worked for the richest family in St. Louis - the Campbells.
In the summer of 1964, a fractured brotherhood hangs in the balance. Nine months before his assassination, Malcolm X Shabazz has a chance encounter with his estranged mentee and brother, Muhammad Ali, in the heart of Ghana.
After years of abuse, a homeless Black teenage boy navigates the dangerous world of survival sex on the streets of St. Louis.