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April 12-18, 2021

KC FilmFest International 2019
Movies On-Demand

directed by: dan napoli

50 Summers

Follow the evolution of minor league baseball over the last half century through the ups and downs of the Omaha franchise as they kick-off their historic 50th season as the affiliate of the KC Royals -the longest in Triple A baseball.

directed by: collin schiffli

All Creatures Here Below

A desperate young couple on the run seek refuge in Kansas City.

directed by steven bognar, julia reichert

American Factory

In post-industrial Ohio, a Chinese billionaire opens a factory in an abandoned General Motors plant, hiring two thousand Americans. Early days of hope and optimism give way to setbacks as high-tech China clashes with working-class America.

directed by john chester

The Biggest Little Farm

Documentarian John Chester and his wife Molly work to develop a sustainable farm on 200 acres outside of Los Angeles.

directed by julie simone


Fiddlin’ is a foot-stomping celebration of true Americana and artistic expression. This hopeful, inspiring Old-Time/ Bluegrass music documentary shines a light on what is best about America.

directed by tom huang

Find Me

An emotionally wounded accountant decides to break away from routine and find his missing friend, who has left clues for him of her whereabouts throughout National Parks across the West.

directed by bernardo ruiz

Harvest Season

Three winemakers navigate the changing situation of their business, affected by climate shifts, new technology, and immigration policies, in the Napa and Sonoma valleys of California.

directed by garret price

Love, Antosha

A portrait of the extraordinary life and career of actor Anton Yelchin.

directed by andrew paul davis


The family-fractured lives of a stubborn auto-mechanic, a retired widower, and a repressed college student intertwine at a bar in rural Indiana.

directed by jason wiles

Sunny Daze

A life-altering friendship is formed between a man and 11 year old child after the passing of the boy’s father.

KC FilmFest International 2019 “Best Heartland Narrative Feature”

directed by matt sweetwood

The Beer Jesus from America

A documentary following Greg Koch’s quest to build Stone Brewing Berlin.

directed by philip di fiore

The Buffalo Hunt

A portrait of one of the most extreme places in the Western Hemisphere – the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota.

directed by roger nygard

The Truth About Marriage

This documentary follows three couples to see how things turned out several years after their weddings. The film presents challenging ideas about relationships, as it answers the question: Why is marriage so difficult?

directed by brian robert rose

When I Last Saw Jesse

In November 2006, Jesse Ross traveled to Chicago to participate in an academic conference. One night while attending a meeting, he stood up walked out the door, and never came back. This film is the story of that night.

KC FilmFest International 2019 “Best Heartland Documentary Feature”

directed by robert jury

Working Man

When a factory closure threatens a small Rust Belt town, one older factory worker continues going to his former job every day, despite the shutdown. His peculiar decision has a profound effect on the whole community, though his actions yield an outcome that no one ever expected.

KC FilmFest International 2019 “Best Narrative Feature”

Pre-sales March 27 and then Video-on-Demand starting May 5

Kansas City FilmFest International