St. Louis Film Critics Association
St. Louis Film Critics, an association of professional film critics operating in metropolitan St. Louis and adjoining areas of Missouri and Illinois, was founded in late 2004. Then, as now, the goal of the association is to serve the interests of local film critics, and to promote an appreciation for cinema both as an art form and for its societal, cultural and historical context and impact. The organization works to encourage film appreciation in the St. Louis area; raise St. Louis' profile as an area that appreciates cinema; foster communication between film critics and film educators and historians; and to raise the profile of film art in the St. Louis area.
2014 ST. LOUIS FILM CRITICS AWARD WINNERS REVEALED!
SLFC Festival Favorite Awards
Our independent SLFC award. Member film critics that see many festival films are invited to vote from their favorite films in the whole festival, including major releases and Hollywood previews. This year, we selected a documentary as well as a narrative feature winner. 2011 Winners: Narrative: The Artist Documentary: Eco-Pirate
SLIFF's St. Louis Film Critics "Below the Radar" Awards
The SLIFF awards. SLIFF selections a group of festival films which excludes the major releases and Hollywood previews. Committees from SLFC nominate 5 films each for a narrative feature and a documentary feature awards. Separate juries of critics then pick winners from the nominees for each award.
2011 winners: Narrative: The Fairy Documentary: Eco-Pirate