NOVEMBER 8TH-14TH, 2019
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Internment exposes the cruel absurdity of life during the waning years of communist rule in 1980s Albania. Three generations of an Albanian family struggle to survive their communist regime when a friend returning from America is mistaken for a spy. https://www.kansasfilm.com/artists/internment/Find out more »
Directed by Arwen Curry, Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin explores the remarkable life and legacy of the groundbreaking science fiction and fantasy author, beloved for the Earthsea books and The Left Hand of Darkness. Made with Le Guin’s participation, the film features stunning animation and reflections by literary luminaries like Margaret Atwood, Neil Gaiman, and others. https://www.kansasfilm.com/artists/worlds-of-ursula-k-le-guin/Find out more »
The Land follows John and Mary Lou Martin as they face mistakes from their pasts and an uncertain future striving to hold onto the only life they've ever known. https://www.kansasfilm.com/artists/the-land/Find out more »
In the style of Magic Mike and The Full Monty, seven average Joes defy traditional masculine stereotypes by putting a comedic twist on the archetypal male revue. This rag-tag group sets out to redefine masculinity, and prove that vulnerability, humility, inclusion, and respect can be the antithesis to toxic masculinity. https://www.kansasfilm.com/artists/the-long-haul-the-story-of-the-buckaroos/Find out more »
Directed by Károly Ujj Mészáros, X- the eXploited is a thriller about a Budapest policewoman who discovers a highly explosive series of political murders and during this is confronted with her own past. https://www.kansasfilm.com/artists/x-the-exploited/Find out more »
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Return To Hardwick follows the sons, daughters and grandchildren of the greatest generation, traveling to England to uncover the history of a disappearing World War II air base. https://www.kansasfilm.com/artists/return-to-hardwick/Find out more »
Filmmakers are the heartbeat of the Kansas International Film Festival.
Cultivating careers is central to our core values and vision. KIFF supports early-career film artists as well as more well- known artists in the film industry. Accomplished and legendary auteurs have visited our fest. We’ve welcomed actor and activist, Ed Asner, horror icon George Romero, and special effects wizard Tom Savini. Experimental filmmakers Guy Maddin, Barbara Hammer, and Stan Brakhage, have graced our stages while liminaries like Debra Zimmerman, executive director of Women Make Movies have joined us. Many others from Scott Biao to Forest Akerman have stayed with us and many more will come. There is, of course, one we could never do without... you!