Travel and Lodge

Travel

Filmmakers with a film selected for the Kansas International Film Festival can contact travel@kansasfilm.com for questions regarding travel arrangements.

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Lodging

KIFF is proud to partner with the beautiful 816 Hotel, the official hotel for the Kansas International Film Festival. Strategically located to put you in the heart of the best that Kansas City has to offer—The Country Club Plaza is just 5 blocks to the South, the Power & Light District/Sprint Center is 30 blocks to the North, and outside the door is the Historic Westport area.

816 Hotel
801 Westport Road
Kansas City, Missouri 64111
Phone: 816-931-1000
Website: www.816hotel.com  Youtube: 816 Hotel

Book your room at 816 Hotel.  CLICK HERE.

SuperShuttle Airport Shuttle Service:
Phone: 1-800-BlueVan
Website: supershuttle.com

Photo of the Glenwood Arts Theatre.

Screenings

Venues for the Kansas International Film Festival provided by
Fine Arts Theatre Group.

Glenwood Arts Theatre
9575 Metcalf Ave
Overland Park, KS
On the east side of Metcalf South Shopping Center
913-642-4404

Discover Overland Park, Kansas

Overland Park is located in the southwest section of the Kansas City area, 35 miles from Kansas City International Airport, and minutes from Kansas City, MO. Visitors can enjoy hundreds of urban attractions while staying in an attractive, vibrant, and safe suburban setting. Overland Park is known for its great restaurants and fine shopping, including Oak Park Mall, a popular two-level mall featuring Nordstrom and Dillard’s as anchor stores. In a city known for its parks, Overland Park offers miles of walking and jogging paths, including the Overland Park Arboretum and Botanical Gardens with its woodland, native, and water gardens.

See the Kansas City area

Surprisingly sophisticated, Kansas City usually impresses the first-time visitor with its multitude of cultural attractions, beautiful neighborhoods, rich architecture, and range of culinary choices. Landlocked in the center of the continent, Kansas Citians recognize that trendy people from both coasts may not have quite discovered the high quality of life that we enjoy here. There is a prevailing feeling that Kansas City is the best-kept secret in America. Many are just fine with that (thank you for not driving up housing costs!), but most locals are eager to reveal the many amenities residing in the “heart of America,” such as miles of tree-lined boulevards, livable neighborhoods, dozens of public fountains, as well as a model city-funded public arts program, a dynamic business community, and professional sports.