The St. Louis International Film Festival will be screening four movies at Central Library during the week of November 18th. All films will be shown in the auditorium at 10am Tuesday-Friday, don’t miss this opportunity to see some great movies!
Registration is required; to register contact Sarah Haas, CinemaForStudents@gmail.com (314-805-4547) or firstname.lastname@example.org (314-289-4153).
Tom Sawyer and His Friends
Appropriate for grades 6-12 (mild language)
Web site for more info: Tom und Hacke (in German)
Michael Sporn: By the Book
Appropriate for grades 3-6
Web site for more info: Michael Sporn
Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth
Appropriate for grades 10-12 (discussions of alternative sexuality and disturbing human-rights abuses)
Web site for more info: Alice Walker
I Learn America
Appropriate for grades 9-12 (mild language, discussions of alternative sexuality)
Web site for more info: I Learn America
For more information about these films (including trailers) and other screening locations, visit http://cinemastlouis.org/cinema-students