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Saint Louis Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Film Festival

Fri., May 4, 7 p.m.
phone 314-289-4400

Cinema St. Louis (CSL) and the Saint Louis Science Center are excited to announce the first edition of a science fiction and fantasy short film contest – an opportunity for regional filmmakers to let their imaginations shine. The winning shorts will be featured at the Science Center's First Friday program on Friday, May 4, 2018, and will screen in the Science Center’s OMNIMAX® Theater. There will also be backstage access to movie magic, Star Wars Day (May the Fourth) celebration and First Friday Favorites. free

Vivian Maier: Who Took Nanny's Pictures?

Sat., May 5, 1:30-2:45 p.m.
phone 314-535-1999

The incredible story of a mysterious nanny who died in 2009 leaving behind a secret hoard – thousands of stunning never before seen photographs. This BBC One film is presented by Alan Yentob and includes stories from those who knew her and those who revealed her astonishing work. Run Time: 1 hour 10 minutes IPHF Members $3/Non-members $5

Umm Kulthum: A Voice Like Egypt (1996)

Sun., May 13, 2-4 p.m.
phone 314.721.0072

Umm Kulthum: A Voice Like Egypt (1996) (67 minutes) Sunday, May 13, 2 pm The Farrell Auditorium $5 (free for Members) This documentary offers a fascinating account of legendary Egyptian singer Umm Kulthum, the first Egyptian singer to have her music distributed in radio stations, television, and films. Kulthum became a powerful symbol for Egypt and the Arab world. When she died in 1975, 4 million people filled the streets of Cairo in mourning $5 (free for Members)
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Film and Fashion: Matisse in the South of France

Wed., May 23, 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
phone 314.721.0072
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Film and Fashion: Matisse in the South of France Wednesday, May 23, 11 am Education Center, Free Kathryn Brown, Loughborough University When Henri Matisse moved to Nice in 1917, he was inspired not only by the light and landscape of southern France, but also by its emerging film industry. This talk identifies links between the fashion and glamour of cinema, to Matisse’s works in the 1920’s. In particular, it re-evaluates Matisse’s portrayal of women and shows how popular cinematic culture set the stage for an exploration of gender, identity, and exoticism in painting. Free
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The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945)

Sun., June 17, 2-4 p.m.
phone 314.721.0072
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The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945) (110 minutes) Sunday, June 17, 2 pm The Farrell Auditorium  $5 (free for Members)  In this gothic drama based on Oscar Wilde’s novel, a corrupt young man somehow keeps his youthful beauty, but a special painting gradually reveals his inner ugliness to all. A replica of the Museum’s Egyptian Cat can be seen in the film. Visit the artwork in Gallery 313. $5 (free for Members)
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