Sunday, January 23, 2011

CinemaKC Presents SenoReality’s “Winter Chillers”

KANSAS CITY, MO – CinemaKC, a not-for-profit organization connecting film related groups in Kansas and Missouri, will Present “Winter Chillers a compilation of films by Writer-Director-Producer, Patrick Rea and SenoReality Pictures on Sunday, January 23, 2011 at the Screenland Crown Center at 7:30 p.m. The event will be preceded by an informal mixer at 6:30 p.m. Cast and crew members of the films will be on hand to meet the public before and after the screening. The evening will include the screening of five of SenoReality’s ‘Best of the Best” short films.

Patrick Rea graduated University of Kansas in 2002, receiving a degree in film with a minor in communications. In 2001, Rea collaborated with Ryan S. Jones and formed their Company, SenoReality Pictures. Since 2004, Rea has directed over 20 short films, many that have garnered acclaim and positive reviews, with several still on the film festival circuit.

Ryan S. Jones, Sound-Editor-Producer, Co-Founder of SenoReality Pictures, a native Kansan and graduate of University of Kansas does the sound editing and sound mixing, as well as creates motion graphics, 3D animation and special effects. Jones is currently employed at Bic Media.

Hanuman Brown-Eagle, Director of Photography, has been working in the Kansas City area for the past 7 years, has shot more than 60 short films, music videos and features. Hanuman’s work has garnered over 40 awards, and has received three Emmy nominations for humanitarian documentaries.

Also on the productive team with Rea, Jones and Brown-Eagle are Josh Robinson, Editor, and Jon Niccum, Co-Writer, Producer.

The “Winter Chillers” program will screen the following films which were produced by SenoReality Pictures and Free State Studios:

"Now That You're Dead”(Heartland Emmy nominee) (13 min) A dark comedy about a cheating husband, his mistress and a murderous wife, with a supernatural twist.

"Mrs. Brumett's Garden” (Heartland Emmy nominee) (22 min) An elderly woman believes she is talking to fairies in her garden.

"Time's Up, Eve" (local premiere) (12 min) In the 1940's, a woman pursued through the city must elude shadowy figures who have claimed the souls of her loved ones.

"Get Off My Porch” (13 min) A man is terrorized by persistent Girl Scouts selling 'delicious' cookies.

"Do Not Disturb" - (13 min) A supernatural thriller about a mysterious man, hiding in a hotel, who is visited by an unseen admirer, was produced by SenoReality Pictures and Vedros Motion Productions.

Tickets for the event are $8, and are available at HERE or at the door. Tickets for Students and IFC-KC members are $5. CinemaKC is an initiative of the Film Society of Greater Kansas City, connecting with movie lovers since 1991.

For more information contact John Shipp at 816-718-4337 or email

Strategic Partners of CinemaKC


Film Commission of Greater Kansas City

Film Society of Greater Kansas City

Independent Filmmaker’s Coalition

Kansas City Film Critics Circle

Kansas City FilmFest

Kansas City Filmmakers Jubilee

Kansas City Fringe Festival

Kansas City Screenwriters

Kansas City Urban Film Festival

Kansas City Women in Film and TV

Kansas Film Commission

Kansas International Film Festival

Missouri Film Commission

Missouri Motion Media Association

Reel Spirit

Thank You Walt Disney

UMKC Film Department

University of Kansas Film and Media Studies

Variety the Children's Charity of Greater Kansas City

Women of the Motion Picture Industry

Business Alliances of CinemaKC

Allied Integrated Marketing

Allied Theatre Craft

American Heartland Theatre

Kansas City Area Development Council
KC Stage Magazine

KC Studio

Screenland Crossroads

Screenland Crown Center


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