St. Louis International Film Festival

Libraries Collaborate with WU Faculty and Community on ‘Mean Streets’

By Jody Mitori on November 3, 2016

Brian Woodman, curator for Washington University Libraries’ Film & Media Archive, has been instrumental in organizing “Mean Streets: Viewing the Divided City Through the Lens of Film and Television,” a program that is part of the St. Louis International Film Festival (SLIFF), which runs Nov. ...

‘Mean Streets: Viewing the Divided City Through the Lens of Film and Television’

By Jody Mitori on October 7, 2016

“Mean Streets: Viewing the Divided City Through the Lens of Film and Television” —presented as part of the St. Louis International Film Festival (SLIFF) Nov. 3-13 — includes screenings of narrative and documentary works that address the strong intersections between racial divisions and urban spac...

Rawstock

By Jody Mitori on September 25, 2016

The Washington University Libraries presents Rawstock, a FREE archival screening night celebrating the educational films of yesteryear. With special guest Tyler Bequette. This screening is part of the St. Louis International Film Festival. For any questions, contact the Film & Media Archive a...

Film screening: ‘Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise’

By Jody Mitori on September 25, 2016

This free screening of Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise, the first feature documentary about the world-renowned writer, performer, and activist, is co-sponsored by Washington University Libraries and presented as part of the St. Louis International Film Festival. The screening will be followed by a...

Henry Hampton Film Series: ‘Agents of Change’

By Jody Mitori on September 25, 2016

In the 2014 documentary “Agents of Change,” filmmakers Abby Ginzberg and Frank Dawson examine the racial conditions in the late 1960s on college campuses and in the country that led to protests for a more relevant education, including demands for black and ethnic studies programs. Tod...