, CA: K.C. Marsh, the son of tenor saxophonist Warne Marsh
, having completed a successful fundraising campaign is now raising awareness for his soon-to-be-completed feature documentary film. The film covers what made the improvisational capabilities of Warne Marsh so extraordinary as well as touching on the price of genius for a family left to support a musician single-mindedly devoted to his craft and art.
The film will tour the festival circuit in late 2015 and throughout 2016 and be hosted by online streaming outlets by January 2016. Additionally, the film's producers will reach out to musical educational institutions and present screenings at those locations.
The film's progress is updated via multiple outlets, the primary one being the fundraising website dedicated solely to filmmakers called Seed & Spark
. Warne Marsh: An Improvised Life"
is co-produced by K.C. Marsh and Suanne Spoke (producing partner and spouse).About K.C. Marsh
K.C. has logged over 15 years experience working as a director, writer, actor, videographer and technophile. He currently stretches out creatively as a Show Producer for Walt Disney Imagineering, Research & Development working on nextgen immersive experiences. His current project, Warne Marsh: An Improvised Life is a longtime dream of his, to tell the story of his father and his music. He’s written and directed two short films including Blocked & Bothered
which screened at the 48hour Extreme Filmmaker Festival (nabbing a “Best Performances” nod) and Leading Ladies
, which was submitted through the Sundance Shorts Lab feedback program. Before that he was a co-creator, editor, cameraman and performer in, The Living Room, which aired five 30 minute episodes on cable in Santa Monica, CA. Additionally he’s a veteran stage performer with several nominations for awards and appearances at award winning theaters around Los Angeles.