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"The Pulpit: Prelude" is a short film that tracks growing tensions surrounding a progressive pastor in a small rural community.
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The filmmakers behind "The Unexpected," a new short film about organ trafficking, discuss how they made the movie in Kansas City.
Jenny Mendez, a third-generation Mexican American artist born and raised on the West Side of Kansas City, is cultural arts director at the Mattie Rhodes Center. The neighborhood, and its people, have inspired her for decades. That inspiration found its fullest expression in the West Side mural project.
More diverse representation in local cinema comes through strongly in two compelling short films by DeVonte Brown, “Vie” and “Now What?”
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