Open captioned movies return Aug. 30th with “Planes and “Lone Ranger”

Open-captioned movies return Aug. 30 to Boulevard Drive-In “Planes” and “Lone Ranger” to entertain all ages and hearing levels KANSAS CITY, MO – How huge was the response to Kansas City’s first open-captioned drive- in movie event on July 11 at the Boulevard Drive-In? “The Whole Person and CinemaKC welcomed hundreds of enthusiastic attendees…,” reported…

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‘Monsters University’ will be KC’s first open captioned drive-in movie event July 11 at Boulevard Drive-In

“Monsters University,” the No. 1 box-office hit prequel to “Monsters Inc.,” will further entertain as Kansas City’s first open captioned drive-in movie event at 8 p.m. July 11 at the Boulevard Drive-In Theatre, 1051 Merriam Lane, Kansas City, Kan. Admission is $10 for adults and free to ages 11 and younger. All proceeds will benefit…

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ATTENTION: CinemaKC needs your help!

CinemaKC Event

CinemaKC is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. We create an actual and virtual space for members of the regional film community that facilitates communication and collaboration among local filmmakers and the movie-going public. We have provided numerous showcases for the region’s film community through events and screenings. Our continuing mission is to cultivate diversity, education and…

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‘Tom and Harry’ Shows Link Between Boss Pendergast and Harry Truman

Tom and Harry

See the film and meet its director on Mr. Truman’s birthday, May 8! Before he gave ’em hell as the 33rd President of the United States, Harry Truman worked closely with controversial and eventually imprisoned Kansas City political boss Tom Pendergast, who backed Truman’s successful 1934 U.S. Senate campaign. What were the ramifications of their…

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The buck stops with ‘Tom and Harry’ on Feb. 21 at Screenland Crossroads

Truman and Pendergast - 1919

Before he gave ’em hell as the 33rd President of the United States, Harry Truman worked closely with Kansas City political boss Tom Pendergast, who backed Truman’s successful 1934 U.S. Senate campaign. What were the ramifications of the two men’s ongoing alliance in the 1920s and 1930s, for which Truman conspicuously never apologized? Were they…

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Join Us For “Critics vs. Oscars Free-For-All” On January 23, 2013!

See up to 90 minutes of trailers for this season’s Oscar-nominated films and get Oscar picks from a feisty panel of Kansas City’s top movie critics, when CinemaKC presents “Critics vs. Oscars Free-For-All” on Wednesday, Jan. 23, at the Screenland Crossroads Theatre, 1656 Washington St. Trailers for Oscar-nominated films in all major categories will begin…

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