Nineteenth Annual 
Silent Film
-- the best of 
silent comedy and 
dramatic films 
with live 

2014 Program
Directions to Washburn campus
Directions to Washburn campus

Topeka provides
fine lodging

Made possible by
generous donations to
Kansas Silent Film
Festival, Inc.,

a 501(c)3 not-for-profit

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Washburn University

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KSFF, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.
All donations are appreciated.

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This year KSFF is teaming again with non-profit Harvesters.org




2015 Kansas Silent Film Festival, February 27 and 28, White Concert Hall, Washburn University, Topeka

2014 Kansas Silent Film Festival

Publicized on TCM website:TCM promo

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Fri. & Sat., February 27 & 28, 2015
White Concert Hall, Washburn University
17th and Jewell, Topeka, Kansas

Denise Morrison, film commentator
Live Musical Accompaniment by:
Marvin Faulwell, organ
Bob Keckeisen, percussion
Jeff Rapsis, piano

Special Guests:
Jon Mirsalis, film collector
electronic keyboard accompaniment

Kevin Willmott, film director and instructor
panel discussion on The Birth of a Nation


The Birth of a Nation poster
Showing director D.W. Griffith's The Birth of A Nation in honor of 100 Yrs.

Story Corp covered on KPR Presents, Sun., Feb. 22, 2015, 8 PM
Listen to "KPR Presents,"Kaye McIntyre's interview with Denise Morrison, film historian and hostess of the 19th Annual Kansas Silent Film Festival. The Sunday, February 22 program also featured a number of StoryCorps interviews recorded in Topeka concerning the Brown v. Board of Education desegregation decision, 1954. The show also featured McIntyre's interview with Dick Lehr.