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Hayseed Wins At Another Hole In The Head

poster_007.jpgThe new movie Hayseed was shown at the mainly horror-based Another Hole In The Head film festival back in December 2022.

A few weeks ago the festival announced their award winners for the year. Some how the organisers manager to narrow things down and award over 50 entrants with their honours. My understanding is that there were more than 200 films, both short and feature length, showcased at the event.

Hayseed was the winning nominee in the Best Mystery/Noir Feature category.

For more information on the new independent crime thriller/mystery/comedy in which Kathryn has a small role, see the previous KM UK post about it HERE.

We look forward to hearing more about this film in the coming months.

For more details on the AHITH festival see their website HERE.

16th Annual Ante Up For Autism

ante_up_for_autism_2022_012.jpgKathryn and family attended the latest Ante Up For Autism event last September (2022).

It is primarily a charity auction in aid of TACA (The Autism Community in Action) with prizes and awards given.  Apparently over $1m was raised so congratulations to all involved.

As well as more than 20 photos of Kathryn at the event (all HERE in the KM UK Gallery of course) we also have a link to a video by Autism Live where Kathryn and her sons are interviewed on the red carpet.  We’ve linked directly to the part where Kathryn enters HERE.

Thanks to Karen for passing along some details.

Update:  The gentlemen in the photo above, and also several of the photos in the linked gallery, is Johnathon Schaech.  He’s an actor and a long standing supporter of autism action.  He was in Cold Case episode Libertyville (season 6, episode 19) where he played the murder victim.  Johnathon’s wife, Julie Solomon, worked in the business that is show for a number of years, primarily as a location coordinator, but seems to be an ‘influencer’ now.  They have two children.

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Advertising Week New York 2022

A couple of days ago we posted an update regarding Kathryn’s attendance of Advertising Week in New York in 2021.

As part of KM UK’s on-going catch-up we see Kathryn re-visiting the event this year.  Again, Kathryn was promoting her The Savants Initiative and it looks like she did another interview.  We don’t have footage of that yet, but it took them a year to post the one from 2021, so it may emerge at some point in the future.

Alongside the interview, Kathryn was at an event called ‘AWConnects Happy Hour with Spectrum Reach’.  Presumably this was some kind of networking event.

It is from this section that we have a few small photos, now in the Gallery.

As usual, we hope we can return to this event with further updates.

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Advertising Week New York 2021 – Update

Back in October 2021 we covered that Kathryn had attended Advertising Week in New York.

Kathryn was there to promote her The Savants initiative and took part in The Creative Showcase Stage, conducting an interview with Tom Ajello.

This is just a quick post with additional photos from the event (photoshoot, interview, publicity shot) and a link to a video of the interview which only recently found its way to YouTube.

The images are in the Gallery and you can watch the 25 minute long chat HERE.

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Hayseed In The UK!

poster_001.jpgA missed opportunity.

In my checking details of for the previous post about Hayseed being part of the AHITH later this month, I stumbled across a bit of interesting news.

Apparently, Hayseed was screened during the Derby Film Festival back in mid-November.  Not only that but the director Travis Burgess was present and took part in a Q&A session.  It is possible that this was in effect the première festival showing by the film.

For our international readers, Derby is a city in the centre of England, best known for the home of Rolls Royce jet engines and a lot of train engineering works.

If only I had known this was happening before hand I would have made the effort to try and attend the event.  That would have been a first for this website.

The festival’s website has the following description of the film:

A dark comedy murder-mystery set in a small American Midwest town, where detective Leo Hobbins (Bill Sage) is left to investigate a murder, when the local reverend is found dead in the baptismal font leaving Hobbins to depend on the band of offbeat residents in the town including the local gossip Joyce (Kathryn Morris, Cold Case)and the gullible Duck (Jack Falahee, How To get Away With Murder) to assist with the investigation.

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