KANSAS CITY WOMEN IN FILM & TV PRESENT A STORYTELLING SEMINAR WITH EMMY AWARD WINNING CARA MYERS

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KANSAS CITY WOMEN IN FILM & TV PRESENT A STORYTELLING SEMINAR WITH EMMY AWARD WINNING CARA MYERS Monthly Networking Night at Screenland Crossroads

WHO: Cara Myers is an Emmy Award Winning filmmaker and post-production specialist. She began her exploration of storytelling as a dancer at a young age exploring various disciplines in movement at a junior professional dance studio in Kansas City. Before the age of 17 she had participated in over 60 performances.

Unable to pursue dance as a career due to complications with her ankles, Cara dedicated herself to exploring her creativity through fine art disciplines at the Kansas City Art Institute. During her four years there she discovered an undeniable passion for experimental film and sound. From there she had transitioned to blaze her career path in creative editorial at one of the premiere post houses in Kansas City and eventually branched out onto her own, forming Vespera Films.

Today Cara enjoys supporting herself through telling compelling stories with film for many different types of clients and making her own independent films. Her latest independent project is a short dance documentary called “Anela en Rouge.”

So come join us for a fun evening of networking with the IFC, plus enjoy listening to Cara Myers speak about the art of storytelling.

WHAT: Storytelling seminar with Cara Myers.

WHERE:Screenland Crossroads, 1656 Washington Street, Kansas City, MO 64108. WHEN:Thursday, May 9 at 6:30PM COST:Free and open to the public. ___________________________ About KCWIFT Kansas City Women in Film & Television’s mission is to empower, promote, and mentor women in the entertainment, communications, and media industries. Check us out today at KCWIFT.com or Facebook.com/KCWIFT. For more information or to cover the event, please contact: Cindi Rogers – cell: 816-506-8732 or email: crogers@alliedtha.com ###

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