Creative Consultant, Webster Film Series
Webster Film Series
St. Louis (Webster Groves)
MA, Webster University; BA in Film Production, Webster University
Mike Steinberg has over 10 years experience in film and electronic media. He has worked with the St. Louis International Film Festival, Jewish Film Festival and the International Wild Life Film Festival.
Steinberg's own films have earned placement in national film festivals, including Silverdocs, the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, Independent Film Festival, Hardacre, and the Texas Film Festival.
Additionally, his work has been screened at The Fabulous Fox Theater, Midtown Arts Center, Chicago's Navy Pier, Washington University and the Slumdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
Recent production credits include "2 or 3 Things I Know for Sure," a short documentary about Montana artists; "This Means Something," a 45-minute film about the meaning of life; and "Stann Kann: The Happiest Man in the World," a profile of the celebrated theater organist/vacuum cleaner collector.
Steinberg has taught and lectured at Webster University, the University of Montana, St. Louis Community College, the Center of Contemporary Arts and at the College of Languages in Lodz, Poland.