Four Short Films From The Cinema St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase

Frames presents four unique and varied films from area filmmakers, all of which were screened at the Cinema St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase. “Good Night Trina” by Lynelle White is the story of a part-time call girl with a very strange client. Mike Rohlfing’s “The Immortal Mr. Reed” tells of mysterious man who is not what he seems. “Chocolate Coins” by Jay Kanzler is a very funny look at a hip-hop diva and his backstage demands. “Fishbone” by Hannah Radcliff deals in death, lotto and tuna casserole and won “Best Short” at the Showcase.

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Four Short Films From The Cinema St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am