“Dignity Harbor” is an honest and moving documentary about homelessness in St. Louis, directed by Michael Gualdoni. Shot at a homeless camp on the banks of the Mississippi, “Dignity Harbor” shows the down-and-out residents’ efforts to create a safe environment under very difficult circumstances. Warning: There is raw language in this film.
This series takes an in-depth look at St. Louis area filmmakers and their films.
The Best of the 48 Hour Film Project 2017
Films include a scathing portrait of modern courtship, a suburban wormhole problem, a meta-movie and a brutal futuristic rebellion.
500: The Impact of the Reformation Today
The long-term effects of the Reformation are explained by a number f prominent theologians.
The First Secret City
The First Secret City traces St. Louis' role in the development of the atomic bomb and the residual radioactive waste that remains an issue here.
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