September is a movie wasteland…

According to Bob “Louis Sullivan: The Struggle for American Architecture”: Named best doc at last spring’s Kansas City FilmFest, this look at the famous Chicago architect is a feast for lovers of buildings and history. (Sept. 24) Read more: http://www.kansascity.com/2010/09/01/2190724/september-is-a-movie-wasteland.html#ixzz0yZuB3nvL

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Art-Commerce-Entertainment…Movies?

Art-commerce-entertainment…movies?
Just about every movie ever made and played to an audience has all three of these factors working for it. Sometimes I speak almost disparagingly of so called ‘popcorn’ or ‘summer’ or ‘family’ movies because, to me, they’re all about commerce and entertainment…

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Most people on the coasts know about Kansas City’s musical heritage. They’ve heard about the barbecue. They have a vague recollection that someone once told them it’s a nice town. But it’s still a “flyover,” one of the places they see from the airplane window while traveling between New York and L.A. The idea that this Midwestern city

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