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Urban Chestnut Presents Nosferatu

Wed., Oct. 23, 6-10 p.m.

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The tradition continues at UCBC’s Midtown Brewery & Biergarten with Nosferatu! Enjoy this cult classic with live, musical accompaniment by the Rats & People Motion Picture Orchestra and food & bier specials, including Count Orlok, our Black Pumpkin Wheat Ale, as well as a few other surprises! Festivities start at 6PM for this free, family-friendly event. The movie will begin after the sun has set and it's safe for the Count to come out around 7PM. 314-222-0143

Meet Me in St. Louis

Fri., Oct. 25, 7-10 p.m. and Sat., Oct. 26, 7-10 p.m.
St. Louis Union Station 1820 Market St., St. Louis St. Louis - Downtown


Gather around the fire pits and celebrate St. Louis Union Station's 125th anniversary with free showings of the classic "Meet Me in St. Louis" every Friday & Saturday night in October. Enjoy free fire & light shows on the lake. Ticketed rides are available on the new St. Louis Wheel & the Carousel and mini-golf is open for players. Have dinner or treats at the Soda Fountain. 314-421-6655

In Motion Filmmaking Conference

Sat., Nov. 2, 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m.

Buy Tickets$100-$125

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@ Convo, 401 Pine St, St. Louis, MO 63102
In-Motion Filmmakers Conference on Saturday Nov. 2, 2019 hosted at The Covo in downtown St Louis. This all-day workshop will afford both novice and professional filmmakers the opportunity to learn emerging industry trends from 30+ industry experts, network with 200+ peers, participate in a Film Pitch Competition, and attract high-end professional work opportunities for media and film professionals in order to keep our talent working and thriving in the area. Continuity is a non-profit expanding diversity in media production through skills-based training, mentoring, and opportunities for untapped talent. All profits from In Motion will go to Continuity's programs.

Saint Louis International Film Festival

Nov. 7-17, 12-11 p.m.
Landmark Tivoli Theatre 6350 Delmar Blvd., University City Delmar/ The Loop

Buy Tickets$10-13


The Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival (SLIFF) provides the opportunity for St. Louis filmgoers to view the finest in world cinema — international films, documentaries, American indies, and shorts that can only be seen on the big screen at the festival. 314-289-4150

Eating Up Easter

Thu., Nov. 14, 7-9 p.m.

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CAM hosts the screening of Eating Up Easter as part of the 28th annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival. Directed by Sergio M. Rapu, the documentary explores the costs of skyrocketing tourism, as more and more people from around the world come to Easter Island to view the iconic statues. Yet with the boom, the indigenous culture and the island’s fragile environment suffer. Shown in conjunction with Stephanie Syjuco: Rogue States. (314) 535-4660

What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?

Fri., Nov. 15, 7-9 p.m.

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CAM hosts the screening of What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire? as part of the 28th annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival. Directed by Roberto Minervini, the documentary focuses on black communities in the South during the summer of 2017, when a series of brutal killings of black men shocked the nation. The film exposes an America still linked to its racist past, and celebrates those who struggle for justice against a tide of hate. Shown in conjunction with the exhibition Bethany Collins: Chorus. (314) 535-4660

The Rest

Sat., Nov. 16, 6 p.m.
Washington University-Steinberg Hall Forsyth & Skinker blvds, University City University City


The Rest is a new feature-length documentary by Ai Weiwei about refugees who have arrived in Europe, fleeing war, poverty, and persecution in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and other conflict-ridden countries. Most of this deeply personal, trenchant film is told through interviews with refugees and footage of their living situations. They speak of the hardships and dangers they experienced in their home countries and the treacherous routes they undertook to find safety in Europe.The Rest is not only an accumulation of refugees’ stories but also a mirror of the current European political zeitgeist, with profound implications for US audiences as well. 314-935-5490

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