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DR. STRANGELOVE or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

 

Presented by the Truman Presidential Library & Museum  and Truman Library Institute with CinemaKC 

Special Thanks to Visit KC and KC Film

Thursday, October 24

Screening 6:00 p.m. at the Pharaoh

Q&A 8:00 p.m

Cinema 4, 114 W Maple Ave, Independence, Missouri 64050

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

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: Noel Selders, Julian Bickford and Jim Wheeler

Lend us your ears as we showcase film composers and an audio master.

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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 Four: Jeremy Collins

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 Thirteen: Don Maxwell

Writer Ambrose Bierce’s short stories about the Civil War inspired a trilogy of films, one of which is directed by this KC filmmaker.

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Episode Thirteen: Hanuman Brown-Eagle, Kendal Sinn and Robert P. Campbell

Meet filmmakers who help make the visual magic happen as directors of photography – and see Sharon Wright’s award-winning film.

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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 Eleven: Cara Myers, Lyn Elliot, Misti Boland and Mary C. Taylor

Find yourself captivated by four female filmmakers’ four distinct visions.

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Episode Four: Outpost Worldwide

Travel with Outpost Worldwide as they capture interesting places and people.

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“Maleficent”: Mistress of Evil Misnomer for CGI-Heavy Tale

By Dan Lybarger

Mistress of Evil Maleficent (Angelina Jolie) would rather not engage with puny humans but suffers them for her goddaughter’s sake in Disney’s latest live-action fairy tale. by DAN LYBARGER SPECIAL TO DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE | October 18, 2019 at 1:47 a.m. Director: Joachim Ronning | Rating: PG, for intense sequences of fantasy action/ violence and brief scary…

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“Flannery”: Film probes O’Connor, her place in “Christ-haunted South”

By Dan Lybarger

Flannery O’Connor’s brief life and enduring career are examined in Flannery, a new documentary by Jesuit priest Mark Bosco and film scholar Elizabeth Coffman, that opens the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival tonight. by DAN LYBARGER Special to the Democrat-Gazette | October 18, 2019 at 1:43 a.m. During her brief life, (Mary) Flannery O’Connor wrote…

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“Dolemite Is My Name”: Craig Brewer Hits Comeback Trail with Dolemite

By Dan Lybarger

by DAN LYBARGER Special to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette | October 18, 2019 at 1:46 a.m. Memphis-based filmmaker Craig Brewer’s new Netflix film Dolemite Is My Name may be a bio-pic about Fort Smith-born comedian Rudy Ray Moore, but, in many ways, the director is making a movie about himself. Moore, played in Brewer’s film by Eddie Murphy,…

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DON’T MISS “DR STRANGELOVE” ON OCTOBER 24!

By Dan Lybarger | October 18th, 2019

by DAN LYBARGER Only a director as gifted as Stanley Kubrick was could make audiences roll with laughter as the world ended. His 1964 classic Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bombremains funny because it explores the real dangers of nuclear war in a way that dramas can’t. In fact, when…

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Dissecting Dr. Strangelove

By Dan Lybarger | October 16th, 2019

by DAN LYBARGER Special to the Democrat-Gazette | July 22, 2016 at 1:51 a.m. The most shocking aspect of Stanley Kubrick’s 1964 nightmare comedy Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb is not how the idiosyncratic filmmaker made nuclear warfare funny nor that he earned three Oscar nominations (for…

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CinemaKC Partners with the 2019 Kansas International Film Festival

By Patricia Hamarstrom Williams | October 1st, 2019

Kansas City, Mo. – CinemaKC is proud to announce a working partnership with the 2019 Kansas International Film Festival (KIFF). The organization will film interviews of filmmakers who have been selected for this year’s KIFF Local. The 19th annual Kansas International Film Festival marks an enduring presence in the region. KIFF Local has been an…

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