Five Short Films Featured at the St. Louis International Film Festival

Frames features five varied shorts by St. Louis area filmmakers from the recent St. Louis International Film Festival. They include Will Morris’ “Alienated,” the story of a boy who does not fit in, “Hotel” by Alex Nezam, an homage to the French New Wave, Gary Lobstein’s “The Yard,” a creepy little horror film, “As Time Goes Bye” about a college student with OCD and “The Painter,” a beautiful and touching drama.

This series takes an in-depth look at St. Louis area filmmakers and their films.

Five Short Films Featured at the St. Louis International Film Festival

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