TV & Film
The 2018 KC FilmFest recognize filmmakers from all over the country. The fest was founded in 1996 by Fred Andrews because Kansas City had an active and growing filmmaking community. in 2018, that community has grown even larger thanks to many local filmmakers including Patrick Rae and Savannah Rodgers. Both join us in this episode to talk about their films that will be featured during this year's filmfest. Savannah directed The Dragtivisits and Patrick's latest film is Belong to Us, which Savannah worked on as well.
Hosts: Kitty & Mick
Episode 160-what we're binge watching right now
Episode 159 - Best of TV & Movies in 2018
Episode 158 - Sex Expert & Diversity
Episode 157 - Witches & Warlocks
Episode 156 - Good Janet/Bad Janet
Episode 155: San Diego Comic-Con
Review: Eighth Grade
Episode 154: The Handmaid's Tale
Episode: 153 2018 Emmy Nominations & Queer Eye in KC
Episode 152 - New Way to Watch Movies
Episode 151 - Chromatic Connection & Speak Up Foundation
Episode 149 - KC Filmfest - In This Gray Place
Episode 148 - Love, Simon Review
Episode 147: LGBT on Netflix
Episode 146: The Award Goes To....
Episode 145: Game Night Movie Review & Interviews
Episode 144: 2018 Most Anticipated Films
Episode 143: "The Last Jedi" review & Gary Fisher!
Episode 142: Live podcast with Traveling the Vortex at KCCC
Episode 141: Creators of Luna Comic at KCCC
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