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KIFF Movie Review: Vincent Wants to Sea

October 14, 2011
KIFF Movie Review: Vincent Wants to Sea

Vincent Wants to Sea is a sugary-sweet German film, directed by Ralf Huettner, about psychological disorders and how through friendship, self-determination and travel one’s obstacles have the potential to be won. The pun-infused title expresses not only that Vincent wants to go to the sea, but also that he wants to “see” aka learn,...
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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 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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Women of the Kansas International Film Festival

September 29, 2011
Women of the Kansas International Film Festival

    Women have a tendency to get the proverbial “short end of the stick” when it comes to movie making. Even though, according to the MPAA in 2009, a higher percentage (55%) of women frequented the movies more than men, the highest paid actress reported in 2011 was a tie with Angelina Jolie...
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KIFF Review: ‘Black Swan’

October 6, 2010
KIFF Review: ‘Black Swan’

Darren Aronofsky has made a career of choosing interesting, non-traditional material and illuminating the unexpected aspects of his subject matter. Case(s) in point: The Wrestler (a down-trodden wrestler), Pi (mathematicians), Requiem For a Dream (middle-aged drug addiction), and now Black Swan (competitive ballet.) His knack for taking something completely mundane and elevating it to something...
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