Three Student Films From Webster University Filmmakers, June 2014

June “Frames” brings HEC-TV viewers three short films from Webster University film students. Brittany Larimore’s “Across the Room” is a dark and twisted tale of 50’s paranoia over “the Red menace;” Caitlin Zera’s documentary, ‘From the Pipeline” examines the controversy over construction of a major oil pipeline cutting across Missouri; and Aly Watson’s “T.E.R.A.” is a whimsical sci-fi fantasy about the perfect employee in a grocery store.

Be advised there is adult language in this program.

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

Three Student Films From Webster University Filmmakers, June 2014

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