Monday, April 23, 2007

Underground Adventurer Has Some St. Louis History

[CLICK HERE] to read about a St. Louisan who now explorers underground passageways for The History Channel.

Sunday, April 08, 2007

CINEMASPOKE READINGS BEGIN THIS WEEK

Cinema St. Louis, the presenters of the St. Louis International Film Festival, has announced the five finalists in its annual CinemaSpoke screenplay competition and workshop. The five screenplays will receive partial readings, one a month from April through August, with the winning script receiving a full reading on Monday, Sept. 10.


The finalists and the titles of their scripts, with the reading date:

April 9: Alan Anderson’s “The Mother Load”

May 14: Patricia Penkoske’s “Sunset House”

June 11: Jordan Oakes’ “Troubled Water”

July 9: Aaron Coffman’s “Somewhere Less Familiar”

Aug. 13: Denise Ward-Brown’s “Already Cooked”

All readings will be held on a Monday at 7 p.m. on the fourth floor of the Centene Center for Arts & Education, 3547 Olive St. in Grand Center. The readings are free and open to the public.

On each evening, the first 30 pages of a script will be read by actors, with judges offering critiques and the author responding to questions from both the judges and audience members.

CinemaSpoke judges are TV writer/producer Paul Guyot (“Judging Amy,” “Felicity”), screenwriter Richard Chapman (“Live From Baghdad”), producer Buzz Hirsch (“Silkwood”), St. Louis Post-Dispatch film critic Joe Williams and St. Louis writer/producer Bobbie Lautenschlager.

For more information, contact Cinema St. Louis at 314-289-4150 or visit its Web site at www.cinemastlouis.org.