The 29th Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival
11/21/20, 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Notice: Because of the Global Pandemic declared on March 11, 2020, and subsequent Federal, State and Local Public Health Orders, for the protection of the public and in keeping with CDC guidelines, meetings will be restricted to no more than 10 persons maintaining a distance of 6 feet apart. Many meetings will be held via video/teleconference in lieu of in-person meetings. Please review the meeting notice closely for instructions on where/how to join the meeting.
Admission: Charge. TICKET PRICES Individual tickets are $10 for general admission, $8 for Cinema St. Louis members and students with valid and current photo IDs. (There will be a credit-card/handling fee of $1.50 for all tickets.) To obtain a student discount code, contact Brian Spath (email@example.com) and provide an image of a currently valid student ID. In addition to paid shows, SLIFF offers 57 free programs. PASS PRICES Three forms of passes are available: 5-Film Passes are $45, $35 for CSL members. (There will be a credit-card/handling fee of $3.34 for the $45 pass and $2.83 for the $35 member pass.) 10-Film Passes are $85, $75 for CSL members. (There will be a credit-card/handling fee of $5.40 for the $85 pass and $4.89 for the $75 member pass.) All-Access Passes are $150, $125 for CSL members. (There will be a credit-card/handling fee of $8.74 for the $150 pass and $7.46 for the $125 member pass.)
The 29th Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival (SLIFF), an annual presentation of the nonprofit Cinema St. Louis (CSL), provides St. Louis filmgoers the opportunity to view the finest in world cinema — international films, documentaries, American indies, and shorts. Due to COVID-19, CSL will partner with Eventive, an online screening platform, to present the festival virtually. To provide maximum access, the fest is extending its run from a week to eighteen days. This year’s festival features special programs including The Divided City, Georgia Frontiere Cinema for Students Program, Human Rights Spotlight, Master Classes, New Filmmakers Forum, Race in America: The Black Experience, Show-Me Cinema, and SLIFF/Kids Family Films. In addition, recorded Q&As with filmmakers and/or documentary subjects will accompany many of the programs. For more information and ticket prices, please visit https://cinemastlouis.org/sliff/festival-home
25 comments from people like you have helped us improve this page. Keep the feedback coming!