You don't want to miss this.

The St. Louis Press Club presents a

Night at the Movies

Raising Funds for Journalism and Communication Scholarships

7 p.m., May 29, 2024

Hi-Pointe Theater $25/person

FREE parking at Lindell Bank

May 29

The Film:

Mr. Z: What Happens Early in Life Lasts a Lifetime*

"Mr. Z ..." explores the life and career of St. Louis's celebrated early-childhood educator and leader, Stephen Zwolak, whose own early life experiences in a rough Philadelphia neighborhood propelled him to devote his life's work to early childhood education. The film underscores Zwolak's lifelong commitment to giving young children love, encouragement and the sense of belonging.

Running time: 30 minutes. Discussion follows. Immediately following our showing, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Columnist-Feature Writer, Aisha Sultan, converses with Zwolak, Langsam Shumam and Pat Holterman-Hommes, President & CEO, Youth In Need

Hi-Pointe Theatre
1005 McCausland Ave, St. Louis, MO 63117
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May 29, 2024 07:00pm - May 29, 2024 08:30pm

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*Produced and directed by the award-winning Barbara Langsam Shuman, Triumph Documentaries, with co-producers Jill Mirowitz Mogil and Sharon Harris Pollack, the short documentary recently debuted at the

2023 Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival.


For 68 years The St. Louis Press Club's mission has been focused on raising funds for

student journalism scholarships in our region.