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Submissions are now being accepted for the 2014 Show Me Justice Film Festivalat the University of Central Missouri planned for April 10-12, 2014.
This is the fourth year for the festival, which will be held in conjunction with Social Justice Week and the Foreign Language Film Festival on the UCM campus. The Show Me Justice Film Festival is an international festival that brings films from around the world to the Midwest to showcase the theme of social justice.
The UMKC Conservatory Wind Symphony, under the direction of Steven D. Davis performs Holst's The Planets, Sat., Sept. 28, 2013, Helzberg Hall, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. This amazing evening includes a high def film by Duncan Copp from NASA solar system explorations, commissioned by the Houston Symphony (Opus 3 Artists). The performance also includes Robert Weirich, piano, performing Dohnanyi's Variations on a Nursery Tune. For tickets, 816-235-6222.
Morris Warshawski (Production Consultant), Todd Soliday (Post Supervisor) and Leah Warshawski (Co-Director) answer questions about their documentary, FINDING HILLYWOOD, the first film exhibited as part of the Kansas City FilmFest Spotlight Series.
This is the 2013 Kansas City 48 Hour film festival entry of Team Facepalm 2: REVENGE of team facepalm! We won 3 awards; Best Sound Design, Best Special effects and Best use of our genre... Which was comedy. A Thrill to work with all these talented people.
'Finding Hillywood' explores the beginning of Rwanda's film industry and how the power of film can heal a nation. Watch the video in the player above for a sit down chat with the film’s Producer, Leah Warshawski, Post Production Supervisor, Todd Soliday and Key Production Consultant, Morrie Warshawksi for a look into the film and how you can attending one of the screenings.
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