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We would like to thank the following sponsors for generously providing financial and promotional support for the Film Series.

ONGOING SPONSORS
The Missouri Art Council is a nonprofit, tax-exempt, Missouri-based Organization to fund art projects through grant programs. As public leader, partner and catalyst, MAC is dedicated to broadening the appreciation and availability of the arts in the state and fostering the diversity, vitality and excellence of Missouri's communities, economy and cultural heritage.
The mission of the Regional Arts Commission is to promote, encourage and foster the art in St.Louis region. RAC is a pivotal force in the continuing development and marketing of arts in this region.
The Arts and Education Council is a non-profit organization that raises funds from provate sector to support the arts and arts education activities in St.Louis metropolitan area. Their key focus is on the education of arts for children.
KDHX 88.1 FM is a non-commercial, listener supported community radio station offering a full spectrum music along with cultural and public affairs programming. Broadcasting time runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week, within an 80-mile radius of St Louis.
Schlafly Beer Company serves several beer styles in St. Louis. There are five different styles of beer that are available year-round as well as offering seasonal beer flavors.
Borders Group offers funding and promotional opportunities to non-profit organizations. Their main focuses are literacy, education, and the fine and performing arts programs to support.
OTHER SPONSORS
Arch Rival Roller Girls, LLC (ARRG) is St. Louis' all-female flat-track roller derby league established in 2005. A new generation of fierce female athletes paying homage to the traditions of derby past, while updating them for a modern audience.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts is an organization of over 6,000 motion picture professionals. It advances the arts and sciences of motion pictures; foster cooperation among creative leaders for cultural, educational and technological progress; recognize outstanding achievement; represent the viewpoint of actual creators of the motion picture; and foster educational activities between the professional community and the public-at-large. The academy maintains a year-around screening and events of academy publications.
PlaybackSTL's goal is to promote arts and entertainment in and around the St. Louis area. They feature hundreds of local, national, and international artists who are from St.Louis or passing through.

The Saint Louis Art Museum has display, exhibits, paintings, and sculptures from galleries, museums, auction houses, dealers and archives, and other individuals who have assisted. Besides just the displays, there is information on the history of each piece of artwork.
Cinema St.Louis is a non-profit organization that emphasis film as an art form. Their mission is to promote cultural diversity by bringing American independent productions, horizon-expanding international films and high-quality studio films to audiences before their commercial release. The Festival is especially concerned with providing filmgoers the opportunity to see works that would otherwise never screen in St. Louis.
New Line Cinema is the oldest and most successful fully integrated independent film company in the world. The organization provides information on up coming movies, new releases, and popular movies that can be purchased.
The St. Louis Artists' Guild and Galleries displays current events and upcoming events in regard to their gallery, studios, and exhibits. It is a resource and advocate for creative expression, serving the Midwest as a center that exhibits, supports and promotes the visual arts.
Center for American Indian Studies provides education to American Indian. The Center has grown into one of the most respected centers in the nation for academic advancement and study of American Indian issues related to social work.
St.Louis Animatiion Fandom is a Fan Club that discusses the best Animation, American and International, old and new, cel, stop-motion, and computer.
This organization is the bi-weekly regional newspaper serving the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities throughout St.Louis and Missouri, as well as Southern Illinois. 
First Run Features is a leading distributors of independent and creative documentaries to non-theatrical markets in the United States and Canada. It has over 700 quality titles in its catalogue.
This is a not-for–profit, non-governmental, charitable corporation. It was founded in 1945 and strives on the purpose of giving form and structure to the needs of those with mental illness and health.
The Center for International Education in Webster University provides international learning oppoturnities for undergraduate students interested in foreign cultures, foreign societies and globalization.
American Museum of Natural History provides chance to discover and explore information of natural sciences with exhibitions and public programs opened for kids and adults.
Drum Headquarters is all about drums, drummers and drumming. The organization has lessons for whom interested in learning drum HQ. It's also a place to buy or rent drums.
Cinema Indian! has been bringing quality films from Indian to the U.S. since 2002. Some films shown by well-known filmakers such as Anand Patwardhan, Buddhadeb Dasgupta, Aparna Sen, Mani Kaul and Rituparno Ghosh as well as Bollywood titles.
Euclid Records has a wide selection of music and magazines in different genres. They are available to purchase online in CDs.
The St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute is an educational center providing advanced professional training and continuing education, psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, as well as treatment for children and adults on a sliding-scale basis. We bring a special knowledge of the human mind and emotions to the communities we serve, as well as how to promote healthy development and mend disturbances through therapy and counseling.

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