from the May 2010 issue of KC Stage
More than a dozen cast and crew worked on a short movie in Louisberg. Valeri Bates, a freshman at the Art Institutes International of K.C., directed the movie.
K.C. Emmy award-winning production company Wide Awake Films and Los Angeles-based Travelin’ Productions are producing a feature movie called Arkansas Traveler. Production of key scenes took place in K.C. for the teaser that the producers will use to attract financiers. The movie stars Garret Dillahunt, who was seen in No Country for Old Men.
Justin Parlette and Eric Haven of K.C. have developed a web series called Dead Wait. They shot footage over a four-week period in St. Joseph at the former Mead factory.
Director Laura DeBar is looking for a cinematographer/DP. Her movie, The Last Days of Shaniko, shoots in Kansas in June. Contact her at email@example.com.
A casting call went out in Columbia for a new movie to be made there. For information, go to www.kindredmoonproductions.com.
Hugh Gross is directing the feature movie After the Wizard in Kingman, Kan., and Topeka. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A production company from Chicago, Rumor Films, was in Columbia shooting a commercial for Columbia Regional Hospital.
Director Gregory Sheffer is shooting a documentary series called Olathe – The City Beautiful.
The Independence Square Courthouse was the location chosen to shoot a promotional video for Vatterott Educational Systems.
The Pony Express’s sesquicentennial is coming up and filmmakers from Los Angeles are in St. Joseph working on a documentary about the Pony Express.
Are you a filmmaker in the KC area and want to submit news about your production to KC Stage? E-mail Larry at email@example.com before May 10.