Cinema St. Louis and St. Louis Public Radio present free Best of Shorts program on Twitch on Feb. 20
By: Cinema St. Louis
The program will be streamed at 7 pm Saturday, Feb. 20, on St. Louis Public Radio's Twitch channel.
Twitch is a livestream video platform owned by Amazon. It's like YouTube, but all the videos are live, so the experience is different at any given time.
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)
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The following short films will be screened during this event:
Always Coming Back: SLIFF Audience Choice Award for Best Documentary Short.
Augustus: SLIFF and Showcase Essy Award for Best Narrative Short.
Black Goat: SLIFF Best Live Action Short.
Colette: SLIFF Best Documentary Short.
I Want to Make a Film about Women: SLIFF Essy Award for Best Documentary Short.
Josiah: SLIFF Best of Fest Short.
R.A.S.: SLIFF Best Short Short.
To the Dusty Sea: SLIFF Best Animated Short.
More information can be found on St. Louis Public Radio's Events page: stlpublicradio.org/
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