Rob Levy

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Rob Levy is a native St. Louisan freelance writer who has been published in several print and online publications including St. Louis Magazine, St. Louis Business Journal, The Riverfront Times, Playback, Noisy Paper and The Beacon. Since 1995 he has has hosted Juxtaposition on KDHX. He also is a co-host of The Sound Board music podcast and Weekend Justice podcasts for needcoffee.com. He also has written about music, film and pop culture for need coffee.com, anglotopia.net and several other online publications. 

Thursday, 08 January 2015 13:04

The Uncomfortable Brutality of Selma

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There’s a sense of unease running through the entirety of Selma, Director Ava DuVernay’s biopic of Martin Luther King Jr. and the struggle for voting rights in Alabama.
Sunday, 23 November 2014 10:39

SLIFF: Day 11

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 The final day of the St. Louis International Film Festival is upon us. After such a grueling and long ten days you may think that the fest may just phone it in or run on cruise control going to the finish line. You would be wrong. There is nothing half…
Saturday, 22 November 2014 01:20

SLIFF: Day 10

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The St. Louis International Film Festival has been around for 23 years. During all of that time the Fest has never attempted a day of programming as bold, audacious and diverse as today. In addition to some great music and dance programs the day includes a full slate of independent…
Friday, 21 November 2014 13:29

SLIFF:Day 9

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Day 9 is easily the toughest day for decisions of the Festival. There’s a lot of stuff being shown tonight and it is all good! The home stretch is a brutal one this year so I suggest you sort out your schedule and have a back up plan ready! Cupcakes…
Thursday, 20 November 2014 10:31

SLIFF: Day 8

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And on the 8th day……People saw more movies!!! The day brings some interesting shorts programming, fearless docs and a variety of movies that will astound and entertain. Honey 4:45 p.m. Tivoli I was at Plaza Frontenac the other day and there was a group of people talking about this film…
Wednesday, 19 November 2014 00:24

SLIFF: Day 7

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Wednesday brings another day of move madness as the St. Louis International Film Festival moves deeper into its second week. I have noticed that although many of the weekday afternoon screenings at Plaza Frontenac are intimate in size, they more than make up for this in stature. This is a…
Tuesday, 18 November 2014 10:51

SLIFF: Day 6

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We are at the half way mark of the festival this year. So far things have gone swimmingly with brisk ticket sales and a lot of chatter about what films people have seen.
Monday, 17 November 2014 01:54

SLIFF: Day 5

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If you have a case of the Mondays then why not go see a movie at the St. Louis International Film Festival? There is so much going on today you could go manic just thinking about it.
Sunday, 16 November 2014 23:32

SLIFF: DAY 4 (Part II)

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All indications are that today's snow made no impact on keeping folks from the Film Festival today. Marshall The Miracle Dog has been sold out for weeks. Friends and family members of the cast and crew enthusiastically supported it when it wa splayed at the Tvoli this afternoon. AT KDHX…
Sunday, 16 November 2014 10:34

SLIFF: Day 4

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Friday, 14 November 2014 18:18

SLIFF:Day 3

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The first day of programming at the St. Louis International Film Festival begins today!  Friday saw a lot of people coming out to see movies. Whether it was Foxcather, Wild or the Nick Cave documentary, a lot of people saw some great movies! With even more options to choose from today…
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