Article 99 + Q&A and VIP reception

Join CinemaKC at the Screenland Medallion Theatre at Plexpod on Friday, November 9 for a special screening of the KC-set, post-Vietnam thriller. Click here for tickets and info.

Episode One: t2 + Back Alley Films

See what the amazing minds at T2 Studios have created.

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Episode Ten: Barclay Martin, Paul Pearce, Judith G. Levy and David Wilson

A documentary celebrates music and children, a mockumentary skewers artistic envy, and the True/False Film Fest asks filmmakers to just “gimme truth.” Plus, enjoy a musical performance.

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Episode Eleven: Terence O’Malley and Randall Moore

Local documentarian brings Kansas City history alive in a trilogy of films featuring a President, the mob, and a fashion scion. Plus, dental me rcury amalgams get a thorough examination.

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Episode Five: Catch Reel Spirit

Catch Reel Spirit: 3 films by young filmmakers, including the Dierenfeldt siblings.

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Episode Three: MK12

MK12 creates award-winning short experimental films and title credits for famous features. Take a look.

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Episode Ten: Patrick Rea – Part Two

The director goes for comic relief and dramatic effect in 2 films.

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Episode Twelve: Jeremy Osbern, Chris Blunk and Paige Girard

Through a Glass Productions shows why it’s clear the company has become such a success. Plus, a University of Kansas graduate captures an artistic collective in Lawrence.

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Episode Seven: Jerry Rapp and Jen Greenstreet

The filmmakers go for the drama in 2 short works.

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Episode Nine: Stephen Goldblatt and Jeff Beith

Find out why Bazillion is valued for its visual creativity.

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Episode Six: Patrick Rea – Part One

The Emmy-winning filmmaker pays homage to film noir. He also presents a trailer on his latest thrilling, chilling feature film.

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“Article 99”

By Patricia Hamarstrom Williams | October 5th, 2018

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CINEMAKC LEGACY RETURNS: Locally Made ‘Article 99’ To Recognize Veterans In Film

By Patricia Hamarstrom Williams | October 5th, 2018

BUY TICKETS Kansas City, Mo. – CinemaKC, a non-profit film organization which spotlights films and filmmakers in the area, will partner with sponsor KC Film Office at Visit KC, to present Article 99,  the second in a series of classic feature films that were filmed in the region with Kansas City locations, cast and crew.…

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“Article 99” Trailer

By Patricia Hamarstrom Williams | October 4th, 2018

CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE 99 TRAILER Article 99, made by director Howard Deutch and starring Keifer Sutherland, Lea Thompson, Ray Liotta, and a who’s who of actors will screen Friday, November 9 at  7:00 PM at the Screenland Medallion Theatre at Plexpod Westport Commons, located at 300 E 39th Street in Kansas City, Mo.  Prior…

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REVIEW: ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,’ empire of the senseless

By Johnny Szlauderbach

  When Steven Spielberg unleashed Jurassic Park exactly a quarter century ago, the wunderkind responsible for the ur-blockbuster finally synthesized the apex summer tentpole. The material was junk, but Spielberg transformed Michael Crichton’s schlocky, pseudoscientific tome into a featherweight behemoth of all-ages movie magic. Other, more interesting directors were considered; imagine the cruel splatter-fest Gremlins’s…

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REVIEW: ‘Hereditary,’ genetic disorder

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  Psycho birthed the modern horror genre and, quite appropriately, fractured it in two: the shrewd and the artful. Shameless about their own junkiness, the former function explicitly as thrill rides (The Shining, The Conjuring); the latter harbor transcendent ambitions, couching their frights in atmosphere and metaphor (The Innocents, It Follows). There’s some crossover, of…

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REVIEW: ‘Isle of Dogs,’ elements of style

By Johnny Szlauderbach

  It’s easy to read a kind of progression into each new Wes Anderson movie. The last two have seen Anderson retreat even further from a recognizable reality and deeper into his own obsessively appointed imagination while, for the first time, invoking something bigger than the emotional immaturity of privileged men.   The amorphousness of…

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