Short Films From The St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase, July 2014

In July Frames brings viewers three short, varied and remarkable films from local filmmakers. One is a visit to our ancient past; another is a steampunk fantasy fright out of H.P. Lovecraft. The third is a humorous look at women’s biological clocks and the advice they get from “well-meaning” friends and relative. Chris Clark, of Cinema St. Louis, joins Jim Althoff in this preview of the Filmmaker’s Showcase.

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

Short Films From The St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase, July 2014

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