Monday, March 27, 2017

TKC MUST SEE: KANSAS CITY LIFE CYCLES



As we roll towards the more productive part of the morning . . . Here's some great Kansas City cinematography and just a bit of insight into the local grind from the cowtown creative class.

Take a look:



For more like this, check the Independent Filmmakers Coalition Of Kansas City

10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Well, that was different.

tracy thomas said...

I LOVE this little indy short. What KC needs is more enterprisers like this gal! Isn't it great when people solve problems for others, and it's a Win/Win?

This little film may make your day. Sticks with you--what can I do--to be of service to others? (TKC trolls, don't go there, please. Give it a rest. Go ride your bike.)

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know exactly what day and time this film will appear at the upcoming KCFilmFest?

Anonymous said...

I just knnow KCFilmFest starts April 5 and Cinemark on the Plaza--which is on the WEST end of the Plaza. Hasn't been a shooting there in years. They even run off the panhandler...

PlazaLover said...

Here's to Jerry Mazur...the scourge of the Plaza

Anonymous said...

Hey, Tony--did they borrow those biker pants from you?

MovieFan said...

A nice turn in this film--the gal rescues the guy. Breaks the formula...

tracy thomas said...

KC is SOOOO lucky to have this KCFilmFest in the spring, then the OMFilmFest midyear, and then the 17th annual KIFF Ks Intl Film Festival in early November at the Glenwood Arts. Denver has nuthin...

Bob said...

An annualtrubute to Fred Andrews (pbuh).

Anonymous said...

You can service me with a backseat handjob.

I have $5 as usual, yes.