Nov. 12, 2010
Films by Webster Students, Faculty and Alumni Selected for Screening at St. Louis International Film Festival
The films of several Webster University students, faculty and alumni were selected to be screened as part of the 19th Stella Artois St. Louis International Film Festival (SLIFF) Nov. 11-21. The event is one of the largest film festivals in the Midwest and is presented by Cinema St. Louis, an organization dedicated to the promotion of local filmmaking through the fall St. Louis International Film Festival, summer Filmmakers Showcase and various other screenings, programs and educational events occurring throughout each year. Filmmakers from Webster University’s School of Communications film production program have been regularly featured at these events for years. More than 300 feature films and shorts from around the world will be screened at SLIFF’s main venues: the Hi-Pointe Theatre, Tivoli Theatre, Plaza Frontenac Cinema, and Webster University’s Winifred Moore Auditorium.
For a complete schedule and ticket information, go to: cinemastlouis.org.
The following is a listing of this year’s Webster University participants:
Shana Scucchi - "The Other Side"
Cody Stokes – "Heartland Transport"
Adam Huber – "One Star People"
Josh Rolens – "Broken and Wonderful"
Stewart Copeland – "Let your Feet Do the Talking"
Sarah Worner – "Engine" (student thesis film)
Stephen Jones – "Terrible Things" (student thesis film)
Kate Fox – "Welcome" (student thesis film)
Horizons – "Zlatko Cosic"
Kathy Corley, professor of film and video – "The Tao of Blake"
Van McElwee, professor of electronic and photographic media – "Capitol of the Multiverse"
Rebecca Ormond, professor of film – "Gateway Guardians"
Dustin Maassen – "The Magician"
Sarah Williams and Miya Norfleet-Aiken - "Royally Genderfucked: Drag Culture in St. Louis."