Joined 7 years ago from Kansas City
John R. Kitch is an independent filmmaker whose credits include the short films “Drive-ins Driven Out?”, “Earth Wept for the Moon”, and “Behind Billy's Beard”.
Kitch was the director for “Team What's In The Box?” for the 48 Hour Film Challenges in Kansas City and Des Moines. They created the short films “Blood Iron” (Kansas City 2012), “Feelgood” (Des Moines 2013), and “General Justice” (Kansas City 2013). “General Justice” garnered two awards for Best Writing and Best Choreography. The team won four awards for their 2013 National Film Challenge entry, “Good Morning, Justin”, including runner-up for the sponsored Go-Pro Challenge. Kitch has also completed assignments with the Media Team for the Kansas City FilmFest, creating a series of interviews with guest filmmakers.
In June 2013, Kitch completed his B.A. in Digital Filmmaking and Video Production. While attending film school, he received a scholarship for outstanding academic achievement. He graduated with high honors.
When not writing screenplays or “shopping” for good actors, Kitch is an avid reader of Jungian psychology, myths, and world history/politics. He keeps an eye out for film ideas all the while.
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