Mabel Gan, 10 min.
In the wake of the Ferguson protests, artists come together to help a St. Louis community heal.
Every Story Matters
Jessica Ambuehl, 4 min.
A profile of Sunshine Ministries, which has served the St. Louis inner city for more than 115 years.
If You Build It
Corey Ernst, 2 min.
A brief look at “Mad Dog,” emcee and resident of the Thaxton Speakeasy.
Music Passion Protest
Mike Pagano, 12 min.
Produced by teen apprentices at St. Louis ArtWorks, this film spotlights the intersection of music and activism in St. Louis.
No Comet: A 1969 Comet’s Tale
Carol Jackson, 19 min.
A history of the director’s 1969 Mercury Comet, which is often used by local filmmakers.
Our Sweet Friend Michael
Jade Harrell, 3 min.
34-year-old Michael, who is on the autism spectrum, has a teenager’s energetic spirit, and his love of radio, good times, and Facebook makes life sweet for his many friends.
St. Louis: A Citygarden Film
Dylan Kuehner, 4 min.
An entrant in the Cinema at Citygarden Competition, the video captures the diverse beauty of St. Louis, from the wildlife of its local parks to the awe-inspiring architecture of the city.
St. Louis Great Divorce
Barry Neal, 7 min.
An examination of the ramifications of the divide between St. Louis city and county.
St. Louis Superman
Smriti Mundhra & Sami Khan, 28 min.
A profile of Bruce Franks Jr., a 33-year-old battle rapper, Ferguson activist, and recently resigned state representative who is known as Superman to his admirers.
Word on the Street: Delmar
Mike Gualdoni, 6 min.
A look at the origin of Delmar’s street name and the history around its location.
Brittanie A. Goldsby, 3 min.
The winner of the 2019 Cinema at Citygarden Competition provides an entertaining survey of several prominent artists in St. Louis’ hiphop community.