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  • Independent Filmmakers Coalition of Kansas City Independent Filmmakers Coalition of Kansas City

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Mission Statement

The IFC is a non-profit organization with the mission to:
Promote regional independent film, video and media production, and provide a setting for education, artistic expression, networking, and the cooperative sharing of resources to anyone with an interest in filmmaking.

Description

The Independent Filmmakers Coalition (IFC) was founded in 1993 by Kansas City-based professional and amateur filmmakers as an organization to support independent filmmakers. The IFC provides a setting for education, artistic expression, networking, and the cooperative sharing of resources to anyone with an interest in filmmaking.

During the course of a year we sponsor equipment seminars, actor showcases and quarterly film production events for members.

The weekly meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. every Wednesday at the Westport Coffee House, 4010 Pennsylvania, Kansas City, MO. Meetings are free to the public.

Website

http://www.ifckc.com

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