Kansas City filmmaker Glenn Stewart talks about her work, Riffs: A Kansas City Jazz Coda. The film was screened as part of this year's 10th annual Kansas City Filmmakers Jubilee.
By Laura Spencer
Kansas City, MO – The Kansas City Filmmakers Jubilee kicked off its 10th annual film festival on Friday, April 7. This year, organizers launched a new series called CinemaJazz, celebrating the sounds, images, and stories of jazz. CinemaJazz features special screenings of documentaries, dramas and experimental works as well as the jazz animations of John and Faith Hubley from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s. Kansas City filmmaker Glenn Stewart?s work called Riffs: A Kansas City Jazz Coda screened on Sunday, April 9. Stewart talked to KCUR?s Laura Spencer about the film and how she got her start.