Posted by Bob Evans
Kansas City-based poet and critic Alexej Savreux announces the premiere of a triple-feature at the 2021 Kansas City Virtual Fringe Festival from July 18th to August 1st.
Mr. Savreux is participating in both the visual arts and film sections of this year’s festival. For the film portion of this year’s Fringe, Mr. Savreux is showing a double-feature: Joy of Life, an eleven and a half minute black and white poetic narrative detailing life in his art studio in 2019, and Ok, it’s ok, it will be Ok a six-minute short done on a budget of fewer than seventeen dollars with a friend running a small camera while Savreux talks about his philosophy of why and how life is ok while he drinks a milkshake in Kansas.
Savreux is known primarily for his poetic and satirical work but is also an occasional artist and has recently branched out into film technology with a backlog of work forthcoming in 2021 and beyond. The tickets for the virtual Fringe Festival run from $5-$10 for single shows to $200 for an all-access three-week pass. The visual arts section is free and, Mr. Savreux’s artwork is also for sale.