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St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase – Award Winners Announced

22 August 2011 12:53 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

And the winner is……St. Louis!

Independent filmmaking thrives here and we’re lucky to have such a top-notch cinema-related event planning group like Cinema St. Louis to organize an event like last week’s Stella Artois St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase at the Tivoli Theater. After Thursday night’s final film, an awards party was held in the Duck Room at Blueberry Hill.

Congratulations to all the winners……and here they are:

Best Film (Narrative Feature): “Joint Body” by Brian Jun

Best Documentary Feature: “Give a Damn?” by Dan Parris

Best Actor: Mark PellegrinoJoint Body

Best Actress: Libby BibbAll Those Yesterdays

Best Supporting Actor: David Martyn Conley “Bedlam Street”

Best Supporting Actress: Julie Layton “Bedlam Street”

Best Actor In A Comedic Role: Doug JonesSudden Death!”

Best Actress In A Comedic Role: Michelle DavidsonReady to Pop

Best Juvenile Actor: Caden SelfHidden Treasure

Best Juvenile Actress: »

- Tom Stockman

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2011 Stella Artois St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase starts this Saturday

10 August 2011 2:59 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Cinema St. Louis, our city’s non-profit cinema-related event planning group, will presenting its 11th annual St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase which begins this Saturday, August 13th at the Tivoli Theater (and ends with a party on the 18th at Blueberry Hill). The showcase, sponsored by Stella Artois Beer,  is a chance for St. Louis-based filmmakers to show off their art. All of these films were written, directed, edited or produced by St. Louis natives or those with strong local ties. The 16 film programs that screen at the Tivoli from Aug. 14-18 serve as St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase.s centerpiece. The programs range from full-length fiction features and documentaries to multi-film compilations of fiction and documentary shorts. Many programs include post-screening Q&As with filmmakers. Watch for more coverage of this important local event here at We Are Movie Geeks.com over the coming days

Here’s the schedule:

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