Webster University Film Series

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The Webster University Film Series, St. Louis' cinematic alternative since 1979, is a nationally known and recognized year-round film exhibition program. The Midwest's premiere hosting venue for American and foreign features, documentaries, classic and experimental cinema, and national and international artist presenting their work, the Series represents a genuine cinematic alternative in the St. Louis community.

Additionally, the Webster University Film Series has become the location for many national tours of international cinema, often acting as the only such venue in Missouri. The Series is host to speakers and visiting artists who address the pertinent issues in films presented. In an effort to further integrate film with education, the Film Series provides workshops with artists and experts.

For more information call (314) 968-7487.

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Faculty, Staff

Upcoming Events

Key Largo

(John Huston, 1948, USA, 100 min.) With cinematography by the great Karl Freund (Lang’s Metropolis, Browning’s Dracula), Bogie & Bacall’s final screen...

2/26 9pm
Night of the Living Dead

(George Romero, 1968, USA, 96 min.) After years of being kicked around in crummy public domain copies, the 2017 restoration of zombie maestro George...

2/28 7:30pm
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

(Tobe Hooper, 1974, USA, 84 min.) Like Psycho before it and The Silence of the Lambs after it, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is loosely based on the...

3/7 7:30pm
Asako I & II

(Ryûsuke Hamaguchi, 2018, Japan, 119 min.) For lovebirds Asako and Baku, motorcycle accidents lead to heavy necking. When you’re young and in love anything...

3/22 7:30pm
Asako I & II

(Ryûsuke Hamaguchi, 2018, Japan, 119 min.) For lovebirds Asako and Baku, motorcycle accidents lead to heavy necking. When you’re young and in love anything...

3/23 7:30pm

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Blood Feast

2/21/2019

Dark Passage

2/19/2019

Caniba

2/17/2019

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2/16/2019

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2/15/2019

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