The 20th Annual Tallgrass Film Festival takes place in person and virtually from September 28-October 2, 2022 in Wichita, KS.
The Tallgrass winners over the years!
Melanie Addington, Hannah Bothner, and Andre Seward are on the hunt for great films for our new cinema and the 20th annual film festival. We will be tracking what we watch here with commentary and more!
Happy Holidays List! Tallgrass Film Association
Keeping Company and Keeping Hope Alive as Independent Filmmakers MovieMaker Magazine
The 19th Annual Tallgrass Film Festival Award Winners Tallgrass Film Association
Get to know our Executive Director Melanie Addington ahead of this year's festival as she breaks down her Top 8 must-see films and shares what stubbornly independent means to her. Read more below!
Playing at Tallgrass Film Center 19 films
Films that have or will play at the new Tallgrass Film Center outside of the film festival!
The Tallgrass team is heading out onto the fest circuit in 2022 kicking off with Sundance, Slamdance, Berlin and SXSW…
Happy Holidays List! 12 films
Happy Holidays from the Tallgrass family to yours!
Movies Made in Kansas 165 films
List curated in part by Tallgrass Film Alliance members and by Washburn University. Any missing? Let us know in the…
1st Tallgrass Film Festival, 2003 35 films
The Tallgrass Film Festival was founded by Timothy Gruver and started in 2003 in downtown Wichita.
Not all films are…
The 17th Annual Tallgrass Film Festival was held in Wichita, Kansas in 2019.
Outstanding Narrative Short at Tallgrass Film 2021:
Frankie directed by James Kautz, produced by James Cole Jr., Morgan Ruaidhrí O’Sullivan, Jesse R. Tendler
Outstanding Documentary Short at Tallgrass Film Fest 2021:
Miss Alma Thomas: A Life in Color directed by Cheri Gaulke, produced by Jon Gann, Kia Baskerville, Jackie Sage Bennett
Best Emerging Student Documentary Short at Tallgrass 2021: Material Girl directed and produced by Lillian Dight
I watched this as part of the 2022 Sundance Film Festival Shorts Program.
Very beautiful, loved the masks at the end
There's a world of difference between "NFTS Presents" and "NFTs Presents"
With two short films to date, Alison Rich is showing herself to be quite the talent behind the camera. Both concepts of her first two films work quite well as shorts but I would certainly love to see what she can do with a feature film. It's only a matter of time before Rich stars tearing it up as a feature filmmaker. I certainly can't wait to see what she writes and directs next. Review.