April 3rd-13th will be the premiers of Cowboys of Color and The Starch Club at the Dallas International Film Festival. And at the 2014 High School Day Event, hundreds of students and teachers from more than 40 DFW high schools will convene in Klyde Warren Park to learn from filmmakers and other professionals through panel discussions and hands-on workshops.
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Attendees will learn how to set up quality shots, create stop motion films, improve their improv acting skills, sound like a film critic and more.
HIGH SCHOOL DAY ACTIVITIES
Check in for all participating high school students will be at Klyde Warren Park. Students will split into groups and be directed to various Arts District venues for sessions on:
Stuntman for the Camera
Get Your Act Together
Directing the Actor
What is Casting?
The day ends at about 4 p.m.
Director of Membership, Education & Outreach
Dallas International Film Festival
Membership, Education & Outreach Assistant
KD College, a Subsidiary of KD Studio, Inc., offers an Associate of Applied Arts Degree in Acting Performance (http://www.kdstudio.com/).
Cowboys of Color – A Multi-Cultural Legacy
USA, 2014, 28 min., Color
A documentary film that chronicles the heritage and history of cowboys from various ethnic backgrounds across America.
Angelika7 – Friday 4/4 @5:00pm
Angelika4 – Friday 4/11 @5:00pm
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DIRECTOR: Jacolby Percy, Coy Poitier
SCREENWRITER: Reis Myers McCormick, Coy Poitier
PRODUCER: Jacolby Percy
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Coy Poitier, Katrina Poitier
The Starck Club
USA, 2014, 100 min., Color & B/W
Texas Theatre – Saturday 4/12 @7:30pm
The Starck Club was a seminal, forward-thinking Dallas nightclub that embodied the overindulgent and glamorous 1980s. It was an epicenter where music, fashion, and designer drugs came together. Creators Blake Woodall and Philippe Starck had great visions for the club; yet no one could foresee the impact it would have on world culture, most notably todays billion dollar EDM industry. With interviews from icons and club attendees, including Larry Hagman, Owen Wilson and Paul Oakenfold, this documentary shows why Starck was much more than just a club.
DIRECTOR: Michael Cain, Miles Hargrove
PRODUCER: Dennis Bishop, Michael Cain, Wade Randolph Hampton, Melina McKinnon
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Arthur Benjamin, Gary Cogill, Sheri L. Deterling, Geoff Hawkes, Ruth Mutch, Don Stokes
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Miles Hargrove
EDITOR: Miles Hargrove
FEATURING: Philippe Starck, Larry Hagman, Blake Woodall
KD College has been preparing students for work in the entertainment industry through our acting, musical theater (http://www.kdstudio.com/), and filmmaking programs for more than three decades.
KD College Conservatory of Film & Dramatic Arts A subsidiary of KD Studio, Inc.
Contact Person: Ashlyn Nichols
Telephone Number: 877-278-2283
Email Address: admissions(at)kdstudio(dot)com
Web site address: http://www.kdstudio.com/