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Kameron Sheffield on making music for film

Imagine getting the chance to make background music for a short film. That’s exactly what UMKC student Kameron Sheffield did, but he wouldn’t quite...

4FKC: Bringing Kansas City filmmakers into the spotlight

The lights dim as the 131 seat theater fills up. Up next are13 short films with one purpose: To prove that Kansas City has...

Loving Vincent: The Paintings of Vincent Van Gogh come to life

Loving Vincent takes its audiences into the world of Vincent Van Gogh by bringing his paintings to life on screen. A breathtaking collaboration of over...

Backpack Full of Cash: Documentary raises questions about privatizing education

UMKC community members gathered at Trinity Methodist Church last week for a special screening of the new education documentary, Backpack Full of Cash. After...

Netflix’s Death Note Leaves Viewers Conflicted

Death Note is a fun, yet frustrating film to watch. Tightly edited, visually interesting and enjoyable, this Netflix adaptation of an esteemed manga succeeds...

Diversity: Progress or Pandering?

Isaac Newton once said that every action has an equal and opposite reaction. As a child with a somewhat large girth about me, I...

Power Rangers Morphs Less than it is Mighty

If you had to place me somewhere on a “Power Rangers fan scale,” I’d probably fall squarely between die-hard fan and totally ignorant. You’d...

La La Land: How to Save Cinema and Society

I may be a little late on the curve, but the other day I saw La La Land. I’m sure you’re wondering if I enjoyed...

Peele’s Get Out Cleverly Illustrates Societal Horrors

When I first saw adverts for Get Out, I assumed it would be a movie that could not possibly get its unlikely mix of...

Logan: Intensely Gripping

No superhero movie has stuck with me quite like James Mangold’s Logan has. However, I hesitate to rank it amongst the efforts of Marvel...

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