Alamo Drafthouse Theater


May 6th – Screening: Daniel Banks
May 9th – Fringe Auditions – JOB Theatre – Andy Garrison
9-1, 2-6 Will be filmed
May 13th – Joint meeting w/KCWIFT at the Buffalo Room – 6:30PM
Lighting Seminar w/Kevin Mckinney

May 20th – Production Design Seminar: Kristin Rea & Timothy Harvey
May 27th –
This year we’d like to try something a bit different for the ONS.

Each team will have one person embedded in the team whose job is to shoot behind-the-scenes material. They are not part of the team. Think of it as a journalist embedded in the trenches with the army reporting on a war.
Or this might need to be more than one person. It might be a small team of it’s own.
Their job is to record what goes on with the team they are following, the good and the bad.
Then they will put together a rough edit and that will be screened following the competition screening, while the judges make their decision.
July 16th – 26th – KC FRINGE FESTIVAL
We will have at least one program! We may need your films!
We will have more info soon!

2015 will be the year of film production for the IFC. The plan is to produce 3-4 films, featuring the best of Kansas City’s talent, and to serve as a working classroom for anyone interested in working in film.
We’re going after grant money! Help us raise the funds! Rent equipment, renew your membership, or donate out of the kindness of your beautiful heart. We need to raise $1,500 to earn $1,500.
IFCKC Presents: Call For Scripts! 18 Scripts.
– Budget
– Quality
– Educational Opportunity
– Wider Audience

The 2014-15 IFCKC Board is:
Tim Harvey – President
Maia Ades – Vice President
Ted Smith – Treasurer
Karen Igla – Board
Alden Miller – Board
Kimberly Igla – Board
Dan Handley – Board
Micah Husereaux – Board

Rent our equipment please! Prices are super reasonable. Equipment pricing/rental sheets on website Prices have been reduced!
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Turn in digital files for upcoming screening events please. Please note: Use H.264, Mpeg4 or Avi. Data DVDs are OK (not a burned dvd. if you don’t know what this means. just don’t do it. really)! We had a few KIFF entries that were in ProRes, which is an unnecessarily large format for our purposes.

Also remember: From now on we will not be accepting any copyrighted music WITHOUT authorizations. We will be asking for the authorizations. So have them. There are a ton of examples of these documents online. If you have trouble finding them, ask Tim about it and he can help you.

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Sign up for membership – $30/year (really inexpensive for the awesome goodies you get) now via credit card! Can pay or renew online – via PayPal. First time members: if you sign up online, be sure to email me with your T-shirt size. Don’t remember your renewal date? Ask me! Renewal Notices are emailed each month. Email me with any questions.
New tiered membership! Ask us about Premier Level.
As a member, the IFC will reimburse half of your entry fee to an out of town film festival if you are accepted. Proof of receipt required, cap of $200 per project per year. Will accept up to one year back.

Reminder: The IFCKC works, if you work it. Don’t hesitate to network and make friends. Get on shoots.

Actor Showcase is going on the IFCKC’s YouTube TONIGHT! Get hyped, get hyped, get hyped! Get on my level.

Find him on facebook—let him know what you want to see during the second half of our meetings.

I am getting ready to start compiling a list of resources for local filmmakers. If you have any resources that you know of or utilize, or resources you are looking for or think others might need that someone can look for you, contact me at [email protected]

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SELF – PROMOTION (moderated by Timothy)
If you are a new person, please don’t forget to add your contact info to the IFC mailing list signup.

Brian Boye –
If you missed Famous Last Words at the KC Film Fest, here is your chance! We’ve booked a week-long run at the Screenland Crossroads from May 15-21!
Tickets are $10 for weekend screenings. $8.50 weekdays OR before 4pm. Also appearing, a pair of local short films: Jasmine and Soul Mates.
SCREENING TIMES: Friday, May 15th at 7:00p Saturday, May 16th at 3:15p, 7:00p Sunday, May 17th at 1:00p, 3:45:p Monday, May 18th at 5:00p, 7:45p Tuesday, May 19th at 5:00p Wednesday, May 20th at 5:00p Thursday, May 21st at 5:00p, 7:45p

Micah – Was able to get a sports pass to take some awesome athletic photos. Visit to take a peek at his work!

Trevor Martin – Owns and he’s having a short film contest. Submissions are due May 31st. $500 prize! And also a donation to the non-profit film organization of your choice. Like your favorite IFCKC.

Eli Reynolds – Starting work on a short film about a religious mockumentary. Needs a male lead actor to play a Michael Scott type character, and then has plenty of crew positions available. 323.351.4378 [email protected]

Chris – Wants to meet more people in the industry! Has experience in DP! Wants to make a feature based off his short film.

Alex – Faculty member of Missouri Western. Background in DP/gaffing. Went to film school and wants to use the experience!

Joshua – Lived in KC for most of his life. Him and his wife have a video company and film weddings. 816.824.7523 [email protected]

Ryan Zimmer – Made it here through Steph! He started his own video company and shoots weddings! Eager to get involved in other people’s projects! Wants to be on a 48 and a ONS! 913.481.5652 [email protected]

Karen – Wants to show you the value of the script supervisor! If you are needing one, Let her know. 913.653.7483 Her services are extremely valuable to the editor and will save you tons of time.

Maia – Contributes to and they are looking for interns and other contributors. They cover all nerd-dom. They need writers, editors– and tons more. Have fun!