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Students’ thoughts on movie theater reopenings

Nothing beats going to the movies with a couple of friends on a Friday night. Well, except COVID-19, of course.

Loved ‘Tiger King?’ Here are other great documentaries to watch during quarantine

While in quarantine, most, if not all of us, have watched “Tiger King.” Now, what else is there to watch after that...

Student filmmakers awarded at Bison Film festival

The Bison Film Festival recently recognized UMKC students Emily Harris and Mahryn Rose for their short films. Harris received an Award of...

‘Tigertail’—a beautiful tale of youth and sorrow

We all have actions and choices we regret making. While there are times we can let them go, some regrets hold on...

‘Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness’ review

Minor spoilers for “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness.” As the world was huddled in their homes, quarantined in...

Midwest Hollywood: Kansas City’s growing film culture

Kansas City was rated the 17th best city to live in as a filmmaker in a recent article by Moviemaker.com.

‘The Invisible Man’ is worth seeing

The golden nugget any good horror story needs is a monster that reflects some broader human fear. “The Invisible Man”, despite ultimately...

‘The Photograph’: A picturesque love story

Love is the only feeling that can make you jump on couches like Tom Cruise in 2005, or completely loathe the thought...

Honoring Kansas City filmmaker Robert Altman

February 20 marked what would have been unconventional filmmaker and Kansas City native Robert Altman’s 95th birthday.  Altman captivated...

Downhill is a lazy, uninspired remake

“Downhill” brings us the story of married couple Billie, a cautious and impatient attorney (Julia Richard-Dreyfus) and Pete, an amiable and clingy...

A history of black film

Black History Month focuses on the excellence of black culture and the adversity faced by our predecessors. The history of a black...

Birds of Prey is for the birds

When Margot Robbie made her debut as the insane clown criminal Harley Quinn in 2016’s “Suicide Squad”, it seemed like a match...
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