CinemaKC has raised 50% of their Kickstarter goal to help cover costs for Season 2 of their TV show and jumpstart Season 3. Pledge here! Â http://kck.st/Q0GjEg Season 2 of CinemaKC’s TV show has moved to 11PM on Sunday nights on KSMO. It will stay there throughout the rest of the season. The Film Commission of […]
URGENT MESSAGE: IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUIRED PRIOR TO MAY 13, 2011 We need everyone with any connection to filmmaking to send a letter or an email to Missouri Governor Jay Nixon.Â Â The House and Senate have approved a budget which continues funding for the Missouri Film Office.Â Â Now the budget will go to the governor to be […]
Update from Mary Anne McCollum / MOMMA Legislative Committee: April 11, 2011: In the Governor’s FY 2012 budget proposal, funding for the film office was eliminated. Â As the budget moved thru the House, $200,000 was added to keep the office, and approved by the full House. Â The budget bills are now under consideration by the […]
The Independent Filmmakers Coalition of Kansas City (IFCKC) is proud to announce that the hard work of five teams and over 50 participants will premier on Saturday, March 26th, when the IFCKC, in conjunction with Cinema KC, will screen its 3rd Annual Fantasy Filmmaker Draft short film at the Screenland Crown Center Theater. Created in […]
Candy Apple Red, a new film by Kansas City filmmaker Todd Norris debuted at the Screenland Theater at Crown Plaza this weekend. Candy Apple Red-Trailer (shot on GH1) from Todd Norris on Vimeo.
The Stem Cell Divide – Barbara Lansan Shuman; Jill Mirowitz Mogil and Sharon Harris Pollack.