Seg. 1: A Former State Senator's Bid For Kansas Governor. Seg. 2: The Indie Film Critics.
Segment 1: Former Kansas state senator Jim Barnett is throwing his hat back in the political arena.
In 2006, Jim Barnett wanted to be governor of Kansas, but lost the job to Kathleen Sebelius. Now, he's campaigning again for the highest office in the state, this time with a new running mate. Today, we learned how he feels about school finacing, medical marijuana legalization and found out why he picked his wife to be his running mate.
- Jim Barnett, Republican gubernatorial candidate
Segment 2, beginning at 21:07: What's showing in indie, foreign and documentary film.
Up To Date's Film Critics kick off the summer movie season by telling us their favorite flicks showing on area screens, including a documentary about the late Fred Rogers, a heist thriller that blurs the lines between fiction and reality, and Paul Schrader's take on spiritual crisis.
- Steve Walker, film critic and freelance arts reporter
- Cynthia Haines, film professor and critic
- Bob Butler, film critic and creator of ButlerCinemaScene.com