Monday, August 29, 2016

Kansas film festivals: What are we missing?

One of our goals is to be invited to every film festival the state of Kansas has to offer.
But just how many are out there? 
Obviously, we know about Wichita's own Tallgrass Film Festival. They were kind enough to show our trailer at the festival last year, and we hope to make our world premiere at Tallgrass this fall.
We've already been accepted into the Kansas International Film Festival, as well as Lid Off, a quirky little film showcase in Lucas (home of the Garden of Eden.)
Of course, we know about our friends at the Doc Sunback Film Festival in Mulvane. Our editor Kenny helped start the event in his hometown, and we had a test screening there over the summer.
Today I learned  Hutchinson has an annual film event, which unfortunately would have interfered with Tallgrass.
So Kansas ... what are we missing? Because I'm sure we're missing plenty.
Out Here In Kansas is a 32-minute documentary, and you can see the trailer here
Aug. 31 update: I've been told I forgot about the Freestate Film Festival, held every summer in Lawrence. 

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