Films produced by J-School students headed to St. Louis International Film Festival

The six documentary films will be showcased at the virtual film festival in November.

film festival logo with six student headshots

Oct. 27, 2020

Six documentary films created by Missouri School of Journalism students are headed to the St. Louis International Film Festival. The 29th annual film festival is taking place virtually Nov. 5 through 22.

For the third year in a row, the festival is making a showcase of Jonathan B. Murray Center for Documentary Journalism student films from the School’s Method M Films. All of these student films will be available for viewing for free during the festival.

This year’s chosen films are:

  • Green Cheese Moon, directed by Colleen Andrae, BJ ’20
  • Natchez, directed by Daniel Christian, MA ’19
  • 46 Years, directed by Catherine Hoffman, BJ ’20
  • The Hat directed by Thomas Rechenberg, BJ ’20
  • Diary of a Teenage Zealot, directed by Megan Liz Smith, BJ ’20
  • Thoughts and Prayers, directed by Sarah Sabatke, BJ ’18, MA ’20

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