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June 30, 1:00 pm3:00 pm

High Low
3301 Washington Ave.
St. Louis, MO United States

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In conjunction with the exhibition and in partnership with The Kranzberg Foundation and My Friends and I, join us off site at the High Low Literary Arts Cafe for screenings of short films featured in the Considering St. Louis exhibition by artists, Yvonne Osei, Dail Chambers, Taylor Yacom, Carmen Ribaudo, and Cami Thomas, alongside selected short films by local St. Louis based film-based artists.

The Film Festival will also culminate with the premiere of My Friends and I’s latest project with Critical. They will be sharing a new video + BTS footage of the making and will include a panel discussion with Cami and Considering St. Louis Curator: Ciera McKissick.

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Cami Thomas is a St. Louis and Los Angeles based producer, director and photographer. Over the years, Thomas has utilized the arts as a form of advocacy and a conduit of social momentum. Her efforts and talent have been recognized by NPR, Teen Vogue and the Huffington Post and have led to nominations and awards from various organizations. Cami currently provides freelancing services as a film and video producer and director throughout the Midwest and Los Angeles. She is also the founder of the video production company, My Friends and I.

My Friends and I is a St. Louis-based media production house that specializes in video and photo work that exemplifies and captures the essence of a rich, diverse, and authentic community.

Based on the South Side of St. Louis Missouri and operating under the motto of “creation for creation’s sake” each visual production combines the creative perspectives of a rich, inspired, and diverse community of artists from the Midwest.

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