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Reviewed on 2004-09-07
The 2010 Kansas International Film Festival information is located at this link

KANSAS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL Coming Soon (Formerly known as H2H or Halfway to Hollywoo Festival)

(SEPTEMBER 10-16, 2004) This popular festival will feature a large number of great films shown mostly at the Glenwood Arts theatre at the Metcalf Shopping Center at 95th and Metcalf. There will be 45 films from 12 different countries. Choose from mysteries, comedies, or dramas.

There are usually several directors and stars on hand to answer questions and visit attendees at special parties.

One show I am anxious to see is "The Forgotten", a film about the Korean War. Vincente Stasolla's film follows an American tank crew lost behind enemy lines. It took over six years to film and is a homage to other war films such as "Full Metal Jacket". Stop by the Glenwood Arts and pick up a copy of the schedule. You can purchase individual Passes or a Festival Pass. With each Festival Pass you get a KIFF t-shirt and a year subscription to MovieMaker Magaxine. Some of the highlights will include the Alloy Orchestra showcasing Alfred Hitchcock's 1929 film BLACKMAIL and then 1922 NOSFERATU. More information can be found at

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