“I can count on one hand the number of people we’ve brought in who didn’t have a good time,” Fred Andrews said of the Kansas City Filmmakers Jubilee. “We’re here to help the filmmaker. That’s not to say we’re ignoring the regular moviegoer, but when you make a filmmaker happy, he opens up. He shares more with festivalgoers.” Andrews died on Feb. 24.
“I can count on one hand the number of people we’ve brought in who didn’t have a good time,” Fred Andrews said of the Kansas City Filmmakers Jubilee. “We’re here to help the filmmaker. That’s not to say we’re ignoring the regular moviegoer, but when you make a filmmaker happy, he opens up. He shares more with festivalgoers.” Andrews died on Feb. 24. G.L.BOOKER Kansas City Star file photo
“I can count on one hand the number of people we’ve brought in who didn’t have a good time,” Fred Andrews said of the Kansas City Filmmakers Jubilee. “We’re here to help the filmmaker. That’s not to say we’re ignoring the regular moviegoer, but when you make a filmmaker happy, he opens up. He shares more with festivalgoers.” Andrews died on Feb. 24. G.L.BOOKER Kansas City Star file photo

Fred Andrews was a tireless advocate for Kansas City filmmakers

March 03, 2016 05:00 AM