CinemaKC TV: Season Three

Episode One: Meagan Flynn, Jennifer Friend, Timothy Friend, Kelsey Amara and Dotty Hamilton

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Learn about K.C. Women in Film & TV and the Kansas In ternational Film Festival. Plus, watch a short about how a quest for perfection threaten s a chance for happiness and two shorts with distinctive visual styles.

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Episode Two: Bryce Young, Turner Baietto, Michelle Davidson, Joicie Appell and Amber Rapp

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Discover the Withered World web series and view one of its webisodes. Plus, a veteran actress appears in two films – one comic and one creepy

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Episode Three: Brandon Green, Vickie Rocco, Sergio D. Acosta, Jenny Phillips and Grace Powell

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Powerful documentaries focus on life after prostitution, the glories of tattoos, and
transgendered teens. Plus, a local producer/actor discusses filmmaking in K.C. and L.A.

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Episode Four: Jeremy Collins

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The adventurist/filmmaker presents his stunning short film about “climbing to untouched summits on the China/Mongolia border, as told through a letter home from father to son”

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Episode Five: W. David Keith, Maxwell W. Putnam, and Colin Ross

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A local producer works with Michael McMillian on his Futurestakes webisode about a teen-age boy in danger. And two teen filmmakers show cinematic creativity knows no age limit.

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Episode Six: Jennifer Seward-DeRock, Bradley J. Lincoln, I rene Delmonte, Krystal Heib, Bryan Colley

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Find out what’s up with the Independent Filmmakers Coalition of K.C. and the K.C. Screenwriters group. Plus, see a local couple’s sci-fi drama and Zac Eubank’s unusual love story.

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Episode Seven: Dylan Dietz, Ann Mendenhall, John Berry, Mike Kelly and Mike Kearns

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Be amazed at the animated works from the Midwest Association of Professional Animators and the Kansas City Art Institute students/graduates, including a short by Douglas Meloche.

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Episode Eight: Gregory Sheffer and Julia Barnett

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An Emmy-winning filmmaker who’s a master of historical documentaries shows a masterly narrative of a time in history. Two films by University of Missouri-Kansas City show shorter can be oh so sweet.

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