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KCJFF Extra Innings

Extra Innings

August 10

Rating: PG-13
Length: 1 hr 56 min
Language: English
Single Film Ticket: $12

Tickets will be available for purchase until 8 pm the second night the film runs (August 11). Note that the film is only available during the 48-hour window beginning at 12:01 on August 10, not 48 hours from time of purchase.

This film will be available for viewing for 48 hours. It will become available at 12:01 am on August 10 and be taken down at 11:59 pm August 11. The link to the film will be emailed once your e-ticket(s) have been purchased. 1 e-ticket now = 1 Virtual Household. This film can be viewed on your cell phone, tablet, computer, or even your tv, if you have that capability! (Need help? Check out our FAQs.)

Sponsored by: 

Dr. Mark & Diane Davidner


FREE* Zoom Talk-Back August 11 at 8:30 pm

About The Talk-back: Join three expert panelists from Jewish Family Services for an open & honest conversation around the mental health issues raised in the film Extra Innings. We’ll discuss the film and its depiction of these issues, and the impact of mental health & suicide across the Kansas City metro area and beyond. Local resources will be shared to support help and hope in our community.

Meet the Experts: Sondra Wallace, MSEd | Sondra Wallace is the Greater KC Mental Health Coalition and YouBeYou Youth Programming Coordinator for Jewish Family Services. She brings an unwavering commitment to support, collaborate and engage our community in mental health education and prevention to increase health and wellness for ALL. Sondra joined the JFS team with over 20 years of experience in the Educational Community throughout Kansas City and is a Certified Trainer for Sources of Strength, an upstream approach to suicide prevention and health & wellness.
Molly McGurk, LCSW, LSCSW Director of Mental Health Services | Relocating from Northern California, Molly McGurk joined JFS in April of 2019 to lead the agency's mental health services. McGurk has a master's degree in social work from California state University Sacramento and is a licensed clinical social worker in KS and MO. She has an extensive background in community mental health with over 13 years in behavioral health services as a mental health counselor and a program coordinator with the division of behavioral health services in Sacramento.
Susan Hurst, MA | Susie Hurst is the Director of Family Life Education at Jewish Family Services, offering a variety of education and support programs across all age groups. In addition, she serves at the Adolescent Specialist for the C.H.A.I. program providing preventive education workshops and individual consultations for adolescents, parents, educators and youth workers.


The love and draw of baseball create family complications for preteen David in early 1960s Brooklyn. The dirt and dust of the ballfield are this boy’s place of solace from a strict Syrian Jewish upbringing at home, and he’s becoming quite good at the game. David’s cherished older sister Vivian is an uncouth free spirit. David’s older brother Morris is a troubled schizophrenic savant confined to his room and the vinyl records of classical music that calm him. David’s parents, Eli and Ester, don’t speak of the failures and flaws in their family, creating a tense household and their own unrecognized depression. They pin their hopes on young David but when tragedy strikes who will they turn too?


  • Best Supporting Actress, Best Actor, and Best Narrative Feature Film, Jersey Shore Film Festival 2019
  • Best Feature Film, Manhattan Film Festival 2019
  • Best Director, Royal Wolf Film Awards 2019










*With the purchase of e-ticket for Extra Innings


THANK YOU to our 2020 KC Jewish Film Festival Sponsors and Donors!

We could not do this without your generosity and support of the arts in Kansas City.

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KCJFF Frequently Asked Questions

Will the same movies that were originally planned be available virtually?

Are there “showtimes” or a schedule as in years past?

How will I access the films from home?

When will the link for the films arrive?

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How do we access live discussions with guest speakers?

Will the discussions be interactive? Will there be an opportunity for questions and answers?

Can I purchase tickets or a subscription as a gift for someone outside my household?



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Disclaimer: While KCJFF will attempt to make at-home viewing as seamless as possible, we are not qualified nor able to resolve every issue that may arise, especially those that may be a function of your home internet/TV provider. We are committed to making sure that at a minimum you are able to view the film at home the device on which you receive/read your emails, but we may or may not be able to ensure that you are able to view the film on the variety of potential devices beyond that.


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