Cinema St. Louis and St. Louis Public Radio present Best of Shorts on Twitch on July 31
By: Cinema St. Louis
The program will be streamed for free at 7 pm Friday, July 31, on St. Louis Public Radio's Twitch channel. Register for the event at stlpublicradio.org/
Twitch is a live-stream video platform owned by Amazon. It's like YouTube, but all the videos are live, so the experience is different at any given time. Twitch's popularity started with video gamers and e-sports players, but many people join Twitch to chat or to live stream events.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has long sanctioned SLIFF's shorts competition as a pre-screening event for the Academy Awards. The winners in four categories of SLIFF's juried shorts programming (Best of Fest, Best Animation, Best Live Action, and Best Documentary)
St. Louis Public Radio is an award-winning news organization and NPR member station, providing in-depth news, insightful discussion, and entertaining programs to more than a half-million people per month on-air and online. With a large, St. Louis-based newsroom and reporters stationed in Jefferson City and Rolla, Mo., and Belleville, Ill., the station's journalists find and tell important stories about communities across the region and help people to become deeply informed about the issues that affect their lives. Broadcasting on 90.7 KWMU FM in St. Louis, 90.3 WQUB in Quincy, Ill., 88.5 KMST in Rolla, and 96.3 K242AN in Lebanon, Mo., and sharing news and music online at stlpublicradio.org, St. Louis Public Radio is a member-supported service of the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
The following short films will be screened during this event:
Bodies Like Oceans
Grab My Hand: A Letter to My Dad
Miller & Son
The Neighbors' Window
St. Louis Superman
More info on the event can be found here https://www.stlpublicradio.org/
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