Individual tickets, for either in-person or virtual screenings, are $15 for general admission, $11 for Cinema St. Louis members and students with valid and current photo IDs. Prices are all-inclusive; no additional fees will be added.
“American Underdog” (held on Nov. 8), which includes a Q&A with Kurt and Brenda Warner, is $50.
The Tribute to Mary Strauss (held on Nov. 21) is $25 and includes a screening of “Sunset Boulevard,” which follows the event.
SLIFF also offers 31 free in-person screenings, 6 free livestreams, and 31 virtual programs for a special $5 price. Complete information can be found in the Free Events and Discounted Events sections.
Free in-person screenings at the Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis Public Library, and Washington University do not require a ticket.
Passes can be used for either in-person or virtual screenings and can be used to purchase multiple tickets for an in-person event.
Three forms of passes are available:
- 6-Film Passes are $80, $60 for CSL members.
- 10-Film Passes are $130, $100 for CSL members.
- 20-Film Passes are $250, $200 for CSL members.
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