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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 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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Kansas International Film Festival Preview

September 26, 2011
Kansas International Film Festival Preview

The 11th Annual Kansas International Film Festival is almost here. Voted last year, by Movie Maker magazine as one of the “25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee”, KIFF is a week long event that no Kansas City cinephile will want to miss. The festival highlights noteworthy independent films, both regional and international, and brings...
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