December Frames bring you five short films ranging from humor to horror, existential angst to heroism, all of which were featured at the recent St. Louis International Film Festival, all by young area filmmakers.
View a live performance of “The Very Last Green Thing,” an opera written for young people and performed by young people. Then find out what questions of the students had for the director, set designer and cast members.
Preview the upcoming St. Louis International Film Festival this month on Frames. Chris Clark of Cinema St. Louis will present several shorts and clips from a variety of the scores of films featured this year.
This episode of I Love Jazz features the marvelous Marilyn Maye and the incomparable Billy Stritch. Taped live at the Sheldon Concert Hall this episode puts the spotlight on Cabaret Jazz and our Jazz Gem features Rebecca Kilgore. Edith Piaf, Eartha Kitt, John Pizzarelli and Ann Hampton Callaway are also discussed.
The 2012 University City Jazz Festival brought together an eclectic variety of musicians for St. Louis jazz enthusiasts to hear in Heman Park at no cost, while enjoying a culturally diverse selection of foods.
The Horatio Alger Association proudly presents Mario Frangoulis in Concert, featuring Deborah Myers and George Perris and accompanied by the St. Louis Philharmonic Orchestra with Conductor Dr. Robert Hart Baker.
“Casualties of the State” is a conspiracy thriller in the tradition of Alan Pakula’s “The Parallax View,” featuring political cabals, the military-industrial complex and assassinations of high-ranking government officials.