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Kansas International Film Festival

KIFF: Day Seven in Review

October 13, 2011
KIFF: Day Seven in Review

Well, the festival has come to a close. There were plenty of great movies, good people and fun was had by all.  Here’s a recap of the final day: Another Planet. Directed by Ferenc Moldoványi Another Planet is an ethereal documentary that, spanning four continents, tells the stories of various impoverished and despondent children. It...
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KIFF Movie Review: Bob and the Monster

October 7, 2011
KIFF Movie Review: Bob and the Monster

Take one look at Bob Forrest and it becomes obvious that this guy has a story. His shaggy hair, thick rimmed glasses, pitted skin and twinkle in his eye show a man with an individuality, kindness and passion that can only come from an acquired wisdom. He’s the type of guy I dream of...
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KIFF: Day Six in Review

October 6, 2011
KIFF: Day Six in Review

Only one day left! Here’s a summary of a few of the films shown Wednesday, October 5. Natural Selection. Directed by Robbie Pickering. A barren Christian woman named Linda (Rachael Harris) has just learned that her husband had a stroke while donating to a sperm bank. On his death bed, she believes that he...
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KIFF: Day Five in Review

October 5, 2011
KIFF: Day Five in Review

The movies just keep coming!  Here’s a rundown of the night: Red Light Revolution. Directed by Sam Voutas. Red Light Revolution is the story of a down on his luck, Beijinger who opens a sex shop in the attempts of making some fast cash. Not the sort of plot that makes me rush to...
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KIFF: Day Four in Review

October 4, 2011
KIFF: Day Four in Review

  Only a few more days to go, here’s a handful of the films shown on day four at the festival.    Virgin Alexander. Directed by Charlotte Barrett and Sean Fallon. Husband and wife duo direct this light-hearted mash up of Pretty Woman andThe 40 Year Old Virgin, the story of a 26 year old...
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KIFF: Day Three in Review

October 3, 2011
KIFF: Day Three in Review

Almost halfway done and by the end of the night I realized that there might actually be a limit to how many movies I can watch. By the end of the week I might have to take up an actual hobby. That’s not to say the day was anything to complain about. It was filled...
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KIFF: Day Two in Review

October 2, 2011
KIFF: Day Two in Review

Another fun-filled day at the Kansas International Film Festival, everything from the effects of violence on TV to card-counting Christians was covered. Here’s an overview my second day at the Fest. Lesson Plan. Directed by Philip Neel & David H. Jeffery It’s hard to imagine the horrors that occurred during the Third Reich ever...
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KIFF: Day One in Review

October 1, 2011
KIFF: Day One in Review

Day one is complete and so far so good. Here are some initial thoughts on films I was lucky enough to see, shown Friday, September 30. Full reviews on many of the movies will be coming soon. Made in India. Directed by Rebecca Haimowitz. The journey of an infertile couple from Texas, who due to...
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