Friday, February 16, 2018

Kansas City Movie Night Redux

More deets on an important local grindhouse project that hopes to cultivate the NextGen of local moviemakers. Take a look at a worthwhile write-up on a rare class local creative who actually offer a work product:

4FKC: Bringing Kansas City filmmakers into the spotlight

The lights dim as the 131 seat theater fills up. Up next are13 short films with one purpose: To prove that Kansas City has a rich film community. Matthew Dunehoo, a writer and director, from Kansas City, created the 4KC film festival and hosts the monthly viewing on the first Friday of every month.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Show and Tell for unemployed dregs who wouldn't make a pimple on a Hollywood producer's arse. Let keep encouraging that they remain bumbs!

Anonymous said...

^^^ Where's your movie?

Anonymous said...

@7:24AM WTF is a "bumb?" You are one dumb geezer. That's for sure.