Kansas City Film EditORS & MusICIANS 

Kartal Alyuz, Lead Film Editor After working as a freelance videographer and editor then heading the corporate world filming and editing commercials and corporate videos. I am now back to freelancing. I have started to perfect my color grading in resolve to add to my editing skills. I would love the challenge to collaborate with a musician/composer to create a winning film in 48hrs.

Kartal Alyuz, Lead Film Editor

After working as a freelance videographer and editor then heading the corporate world filming and editing commercials and corporate videos. I am now back to freelancing. I have started to perfect my color grading in resolve to add to my editing skills. I would love the challenge to collaborate with a musician/composer to create a winning film in 48hrs.


Joshua Leonard, Lead Film Editor I used to work at PBS where I was in charge of 3 different shows and edited all of them. I also do victuals and motion effects. I shoot and edit short films, weddings, music videos, and commercials. I have also won over a dozen awards in film making. Co-Editor: Raymond Impastato, Film Editor

Joshua Leonard, Lead Film Editor

I used to work at PBS where I was in charge of 3 different shows and edited all of them. I also do victuals and motion effects. I shoot and edit short films, weddings, music videos, and commercials. I have also won over a dozen awards in film making.

Co-Editor: Raymond Impastato, Film Editor


Sam Billen, Music Composer

Sam Billen, Music Composer


Mikhail Marchenko, Music Composer Mikhail was Music score lead with Andrew Sheperd for Capture 2015. 

Mikhail Marchenko, Music Composer

Mikhail was Music score lead with Andrew Sheperd for Capture 2015. 


CAPTURE KANSAS CITY PARTNERS


TWO CITIES, EACH POWERED BY CREATIVE PEOPLE AND FIBER OPTIC INTERNET, will COMPETE FOR THE CAPTURE 2016 FILM  PRIZE.

A unique, weekend-long filmmaking contest, CAPTURE will challenge people in both cities to take their cameras and smartphones to the streets to film up to five 30-second clips that give a window into their community and reflect the theme, which will be announced at the onset of the challenge. After the videos are uploaded, teams of professional editors and musicians will spin the crowdsourced material into cinematic gold. Anyone may enter the community portion of CAPTURE. The fee to enter is $5, and all proceeds go to pay for the editors and musicians. The films will be shown at dual Chattanooga and Kansas City parties the night of the Sunday, September 18th.


Capture is produced by The Association For Visual Arts