8/19/2015 IFC MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Alamo Drafthouse Theater
BOARD MEMBER REPORTS
TIMOTHY HARVEY– IFCKC PRESIDENT
August 19th – TONIGHT!
Second Half of the Meeting: Meg Young
Originally trained in Computer Aided Drafting and Design, Meg Young transitioned to TV and film set design, studying at the University of South Wales in Cardiff. She has put her technical and design background to good use in all aspects of the art department: from production design and art directing to set dressing, prop making, and graphics. Meg has worked as a Production Designer on “Tableau” (2015) and “Grand Theft: Ice Cream Van” (upcoming), and as an Art Director on “The Grad” (2015). She has interned with the BBC’s “Doctor Who” Season 9. Meg is currently based in Kansas City, Missouri.
IFCKC BOARD ELECTIONS ARE NEXT WEEK! INTERESTED IN RUNNING FOR THE BOARD? WE’RE LOOKING FOR AT LEAST TWO MORE BOARD MEMBERS, A NEW TREASURER AND A NEW EQUIPMENT MASTER…
CALL FOR LOGOS!
We’re looking at updating the IFCKC logo… submit your ideas!
OM FILM FEST
Sept 4th-6th @ the Plaza Cinemark
Schedule and info are online at www.omfilmfest.com
The Association for Visual Arts (AVA) in Chattanooga, KC Digital Drive and the Kansas City Film Society are collaborating on a milestone event, Capture: A Community Filmmaking Project to be held Sept. 18-20, 2015. For the first time, a crowd-sourced film project will happen simultaneously in two cities in two different states.
Founded by AVA in 2013, Capture joins community members with professional film editors and musicians to create short films around specific themes. Over a 24-hour period from September 18-19, scores of filmmakers will take to the streets in KC and Chattanooga to capture five, 30-second clips around a theme. Over the ensuing 24 hours, teams of editors and musicians will take that footage and turn it into fully realized short films to be premiered on Sunday, September 20. The 48-hour film contest comes on the heels of Techweek Kansas City, Sept. 14-20.
Capture is now looking for those teams of editors and musicians that will turn crowdsourced footage into works of art.
DEADLINE IS OCTOBER 1ST!
KIFF – KANSAS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
COMING IN NOVEMBER!
October/November – KIFF 4-9th? Terror on the Plains? More details to come.
December – 1/3/5 Competition You will be assigned a 1 minute, 3 minute or 5 minute length for your short.
December – Holiday Party! Because party! Also kicking off the EPTAS/Artist mixer!
February – EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY! Filmmakers telling stories about other artists — visual, performing, and fine arts — any art form, except filmmaking. Opportunity to dovetail with Fringe!
Spring-ish – Science Fiction/Fantasy Films for Planet Comicon to screen and an opportunity for filmmaker panels/discussions with cast and crew.
2015 will be the year we begin film production for the IFCKC, by the IFCKC. The plan is to produce at least 2 films this year, featuring the best of Kansas City’s talent, and to serve as a working classroom for anyone interested in working in film. Your opportunity to be partnered in a mentor/mentee shadowing experience in the making of this film. Ultimately we look to produce 4 films/working classrooms a year, going forward.
Looking to develop funding so that the lead teaching crew may be paid. All participants will share ownership of the produced film.
Our first script will be Paula Smith’s, AN URN FOR CALVIN. Congrats to Paula!!
Patrick Rea will be our first director, and we are in the process of selecting the the primary production crew and setting dates for production, and will keep you updated!
Bruce Branit (Digital Domain) has expressed an interest in directing one.
Rent our equipment please! Prices are super reasonable. Equipment pricing/rental sheets on website ifckc.com. Prices have been reduced!
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.
KAREN IGLA – MEMBERSHIP COORDINATOR email@example.com
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.
MAIA ADES– VICE PRESIDENT
Reminder: The IFCKC works, if you work it. Don’t hesitate to network and make friends. Get on shoots.
KIMBERLY IGLA – SECRETARY
Actor Showcase is on the IFCKC’s YouTube! View it to find actors for your projects!
ALDEN MILLER – SEMINAR COORDINATOR
Find him on facebook—let him know what you want to see during the second half of our meetings.
DAN HANDLEY – BOARD MEMBER
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 firstname.lastname@example.org .
Micah Husereaux – BOARD MEMBER – MEDIA CHAIR
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NEW PEOPLE/ART RELATED SHAMELESS
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.
Paradox City – Tim Harvey is the art director and now they will be in pre-pro through September, mostly making wardrobe and props. He needs help!! If you want to help make costumes, email him! Non-paid, but this project has tremendous potential to go somewhere.
Kimberly Igla – Just got back from Chicago and was in the Chicago 48 Hour Project. It was an incredible experience that she wouldn’t trade for anything. She recommends everyone to do an out-of-town 48. She will be screening the film at a meeting most likely in September. It’s a project you don’t want to miss! Watch the trailer on the IFCKC Facebook Page!! It’s a real treat.
Kelsey Burrus – Intern at Cascade Media group. Working on a college reality show called Far From Perfect. She wants help with production. Meaning crew, and pre-production help! Looking for experienced folks! non-paid, but great potential. Looking to start within 2 weeks!
Also looking for college students to be participants! 314-238-4331 email@example.com
Savannah – Based out of Lawrence, has a production company that she’s been trying to start up. They have a lot of productions going on and are looking for more help! They have some for pay, some for not. firstname.lastname@example.org
Maia – Art and Bicycle Clubhouse 504 E 18th st. Family Fun on Friday! Arts and crafts plus other fun things!