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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 KCFilm

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

Episode Seven: Jerry Rapp and Jen Greenstreet

The filmmakers go for the drama in 2 short works.

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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 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 Twelve: Anthony Ladesich

The director and cinematographer shows how music inspires him and why pregnant women shouldn’t be ignored.

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Episode One: t2 + Back Alley Films

See what the amazing minds at T2 Studios have created.

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Episode Nine: Pete Whitehead, Paul Horton and Peter Martin

We showcase talented Hallmark animators, both in the studio and on location at the beloved Kansas City-based company.

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Episode Eight: Timothy Harvey, Jim Schweers and Brian Boye

Get the scoop on the Independent Filmmakers Coalition of Kansas City and see 2 of its members’ comic films.

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

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 Two: Ty Jones

The award-winning director and cinematographer presents examples of his prolific short-film career and the trailer for his first full-length feature film.

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

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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Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

By Patricia Hamarstrom Williams | August 28th, 2019

Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, is a 1964 political satire black comedy film that satirizes the Cold War fears of a nuclear conflict between the Soviet Union and the United States. The film was directed, produced, and co-written by Stanley Kubrick, stars Peter Sellers, George C. Scott…

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CinemaKC Partners with the 2019 Kansas International Film Festival

By Patricia Hamarstrom Williams | August 26th, 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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Dissecting Dr. Strangelove

By Dan Lybarger | July 22nd, 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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“HUSTLERS”: Ladies’ night

By Robert W. Butler

My rating: C+ (Opens wide on Sept. 13) – 109 minutes | MPAA rating: R Published September 12, 2019 by Robert W. Butler at Butler’s Cinema Scene “Hustlers” arrives on a wave of fest-generated hype: It’s one of the year’s best!!!  Jennifer Lopez is a shoo-in for an Oscar nomination!!! Uh, sorry, but I don’t see it. Writer/director…

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“OFFICIAL SECRETS”: Whistleblowing

By Robert W. Butler

My rating: B- (Opens wide on Sept. 13) – 111 minutes | MPAA rating: R Published September 12, 2019 by Robert W. Butler at Butler’s Cinema Scene There are moments when “Official Secrets” doesn’t seem to know just whose story it is telling; others when the dialogue sounds more like speechifying than regular conversation. Still, there’s something so…

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“FIDDLER: A MIRACLE OF MIRACLES”: “It’s so Japanese”

By Robert W. Butler

My rating: B (Opens Sept. 13 at the Studio 28) – 92 minutes | MPAA rating: PG-13 Published September 12, 2019 by Robert W. Butler at Butler’s Cinema Scene Since it debuted on Broadway in 1964, not a day has passed when “Fiddler on the Roof” was not being performed somewhere on Earth. The universal appeal of this…

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