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Narrative Shorts: Drama 2 @ St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase
Brown Hall
St. Louis, MO
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Jul 14, 2019 6:15 PM



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Ticket sales end 12 hours prior to showtime. Tickets will be available at the door. Call or email Chris Clark with any questions. chris@cinemastlouis.org or O: 314.289.4152 or C: 314.448.3456



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Narrative Shorts: Drama 2 @ St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase
A collection of dramatic shorts directed by St. Louis natives and filmmakers with strong local connections. Shorts in multi-film programs are listed alphabetically, not in the order screened. All programs are at Washington Universitys Brown Hall Auditorium.

Narrative Shorts: Drama 2
(75 min.)

Diagnosis
Tanner Craft, 11 min.
A mother learns to deal with her sons diagnosis.

Enough
Jon Alexander, 8 min.
A man must come to terms with his emotionally and mentally abusive behavior.

The Expert
Ed Wiesner, 9 min.
A young woman does her job so well that higher-ups decide there isnt much for her to do anymore.

The Grave of My Father
Josh Herum, 10 min.
When two half-siblings meet for the first time at their dads grave, something good emerges out of something bad.

Memory Box
Karl Shefelman, 11 min.
In this film  which is partially based on the novel Mr. Wonderful by writer/producer Daniel Blake Smith  a mans visit with a loved one leads to a shattering revelation.

Moments
Dean Clark, 6 min.
After reuniting with an old flame, a man realizes how different life would be if they had stayed together.

Safe & Happy
Richard Ulrich, 9 min.
An ex-cop who has long kept an explosive secret from his wife and the world is suddenly exposed at a critical moment.

Sweet Disposition
Ashleigh Brandmeyer, 9 min
A young shop worker is forced to recognize the wrongfulness of her prejudice toward cyborgs when she encounters one late on a winter night.

Then and Now
Jackson Olson, 11 min.
Three friends set out on a camping trip one last time before they part ways and move into the next chapter of their lives.

Location

Brown Hall (View)
One Brookings Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130
United States


Categories

Film > Festivals
Film > Movies
Film > Premiers

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

Contact

Owner: Cinema St. Louis
On BPT Since: Mar 14, 2011
 
Chris Clark
314.289.4152
chris@cinemastlouis.org...
www.cinemastlouis.org/st-l...
 


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