Weil and a group of surrounding creatives started the company Psycho Films and has directed music videos for artists like Kendrick Lamar and Puff Daddy, with the ultimate goal of writing and [...]
The legacy of Ferguson need not be reduced to serial clips of impassive state troopers, wailing mothers, and burning storefronts. Rather, it can be how St. Louis got real with itself for the [...]
The films of Daniel Nearing have a magical-yet-elegiac quality—mingling noirish pastoral scenes with flashes of urban life, black-and-white cinematography with brief shots of color.
A champion of LGBTQ cinema in St. Louis, Cinema St. Louis’ Artistic Director Chris Clark is spearheading QFest, with screenings from March 29 to April 7 at the .ZACK in Grand Center.
One of the most influential American women in modern history has some surprising ties to the Gateway City.
The much-lauded St. Louis tradition showcases artistic features from 72 different countries.
Award-Winning Director James Steven Sadwith Chats About His J.D. Salinger Feature Before St. Louis International Film Festival Debut
The Emmy-winning director based the new film on his own encounter as a teenager with reclusive author Salinger.
Most artists start with a sketch, but St. Louis chef Liz Schuster begins by popping in a movie.
Utilizing local actors, businesses and neighborhoods from across the St. Louis area, “Four Color Eulogy” is as much about the people and city it incorporates as it is about the fantastical worlds [...]