Filmmakers–KC Festival Call for Entries


Hey, having  attended the last KC Film Festival I can vouch for it being quite stuffed with goodies of all sorts.  I got to see Wes Studi’s “The Only Good Indian” at the festival and that was a damn good investment. They had shorts galore, feature films, documentaries and even local and distant professionals offering seminars on red cameras, how to become a production assistant, and how festivals are ‘done’.  It’s a great venue for showcasing your filmmaking efforts and so heads up–early deadline is August 15–but as you can see if you visit, their site crammed full of information–that’s just the ‘early’ show–so to speak.  So, break some legs or some such notion as you get into motion.


  1. severnyproductions said,

    August 13, 2009 at 1:34 am

    why don’t i ever get such festvals. we get flower parades. soooo dull lol

    • planetcity1 said,

      August 13, 2009 at 5:16 am

      most film festivals aren’t hugely publicized…you may have one in your area and not even know it

      • August 13, 2009 at 2:05 pm

        Hi planet–nice of you to orbit hereabouts. If you’ve been to Kokot’s kitchen studio you’ve got some idea of his tastes and aspirations. So good of you to encouraage him. How’s your photography world these days?

    • August 13, 2009 at 2:03 pm

      Kokot, planet is so right. I know about this call for entries just because I signed up for notices long ago. Otherwise, unless you’re following the professiional venues–they can come to town and no one has a clue. Try digging around your area arts councils and you might find something that suits you. And in the ‘short films’ category about any sort of ‘recording’ device seems to go! yep, even phone videos. LOL.

      • planetcity1 said,

        August 13, 2009 at 10:48 pm

        Eva, I have been to Kolkot’s kitchen studio a number of times. And I agree that hooking up with an area Arts Council is important if you want to stay informed and keep abreast of what’s happening in any and all areas of creative endeavor.

        I have also found that blog comments too often leave crumbs to something good, which is how I came across the Colour Chart thing that the Tate Liverpool is putting on.

        [The deadline for that is fast approaching, so see today’s post on that at my blog if you are looking to submit.]

        Everything is going well in the land of poetry and photography and art. Thanks for asking 🙂

        [p.s. — yesterday’s office temp was a balmy 96 degrees…a bit cooler today due to some very welcome rain]

        • August 14, 2009 at 3:29 am

          O planet, you do get around! Thank you for the heads up. It was rather hot and humid at my pond also.

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