world premiere last month.
Trying to shine a little spotlight on fellow Kansas filmmakers, I asked Doc Sunback Film Festival director Nancy Faber Mottola to be our emcee. We opened things up with a trailer of "Wifi at Rock Bottom," made by our friend Lester Rowe, who won the audience appreciation award at this year's festival.
We then showed the sweet-hearted sci-fi short "Franklin," which won best Kansas film at the inaugural Doc Sunback last year. That was directed by Anthony Bradley and stars Naythan Smith, a talented director himself who was in the audience last night.
So thanks to everyone who came - gosh, we nearly filled up Roxy's again - and especially to those who shared their stories about the meaning "Out Here In Kansas" had for them.