Kansas Silent Film Festival
-- the best of 
silent comedy and 
dramatic films 
with live 

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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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KSFF 2019 Lost Films, Recovered or Restored

2019 Kansas Silent Film Festival logo

LIVE event, with social distancing recommended
Thurs., Feb. 24, 2022

Jayhawk Theatre, Downtown Topeka
720 SW Jackson St, Topeka, KS 66603
Fri.-Sat., Feb. 25-26, 2022
White Concert Hall, Washburn University
1700 SW Jewell St, Topeka, KS 66621

Denise Morrison, film commentator
Live Musical Accompaniment by:
The Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra
Bill Beningfield,
Marvin Faulwell
, organ
Bob Keckeisen, percussion
Ben Model, piano
Jeff Rapsis, piano

Special Guests:

  • To Be Announced, "Topic" (banquet dinner speaker)


Mark your calendar and plan NOW to attend this 25th free live event!

Hyatt Place, Topeka, KS

NOTE! Lodging Special:
A deal was made recently with Hyatt Place, 6021 SW Sixth Av., Topeka, for special rates connected with our event. If you are coming from out-of-town or out-of-state and want to stay over, consider calling Maria Cisneros, Hyatt Place, & mention "Kansas Silent Film Festival" & our Feb. event dates. Grab a room (while a limited number are available): 1-785-273-0066