KC FilmFest International Awards  2021

Best Heartland High School Student Short 

Best Heartland College Student Short – sponsored by Java Monster

Best Heartland Narrative Feature

Best Heartland Narrative Short

Best Heartland Documentary Short

Best Narrative Short-sponsored by Java Monster

Best Documentary Short – sponsored by Java Monster

Best Documentary Feature –  sponsored by Java Monster

Best World Cinema Film

Best Actor in a Narrative Feature Film

Best Ensemble Award

Fred G. Andrews Emerging Filmmaker Award 

Rick Cowan Award for Best Cinematic Heartland Film Locations- Sponsored by Kansas City Film Office  

Best Narrative Feature – sponsored by Java Monster

Best Heartland High School Student Short

Ruth & Nick: A Confectionery Tale, directed by Carter Rostron

 

Best Heartland College Student Short sponsored by Java Monster

ENVIROMENTAL RACISM, directed by Nathan Goswick

Best Heartland Documentary Short 

FRIENDS OF DOROTHY, directed by Brydie O’Connor

 

Best Heartland Narrative Short 

MUST LOVE PIE, directed by Patrick Clement

Fred Andrews Emerging Filmmaker Award

ENVIROMENTAL RACISM, directed by Nathan Goswick

Best Narrative Short sponsored by Java Monster

BONECRUSHER, directed by Jim Morrison IV

 

Best Documentary Short sponsored by Java Monster

YOU ARE ALWAYS 20, directed by Christer Wahlberg

Rick Cowan Award for Best Cinematic Heartland Film Locations

Sponsored by Kansas City Film Office 

THE SNOOP, directed by Tom Hipp, Scott Hipp

Award for Innovative Storytelling in Film

NEOLOVISMO directed by Susanna della Sala, Mike Bruce

Best Heartland Documentary Feature  

BOBBI JO: Under the Influence, directed by Brent Jones

Best Documentary Feature  sponsored by Java Monster

SAPELO, directed by Nick Brandestini

Best World Cinema Feature

THE LION ROCK, directed by Rosario Scandura

 

Best Actor in a Narrative Feature Film

Taylor Olson in BONE CAGE

Best Heartland Narrative Feature

FOUND WANDERING LOST, directed by Nicholaus James

Best Narrative Feature sponsored by Java Monster

HER NAME WAS JO, directed by Joe Duca