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Saturday, Nov. 16 – Catch Four Short Films from the 2013 Heartland Film Festival at the JCC Ann Katz Festival of Books & Art

Heartland will once again showcase four of its best short films from the latest Heartland Film Festival at the Ann Katz Festival of Books and Art at the Arthur M. Glick JCC. Filmmakers are scheduled to join the audience for Q&A sessions via Skype video chat for select screenings!

Heartland Film Festival Reports Record Numbers, Breaks All-Time Screening Attendance Record

In its twenty-second year, the 2013 Heartland Film Festival experienced growth across all areas, including a 13 percent rise in attendance compared to 2012 with 24,000 in screening attendance

“Delivery Man” Wins Truly Moving Picture Award

Upcoming DreamWorks Pictures release “Delivery Man” has been recognized by nonprofit Heartland Truly Moving Pictures with the Truly Moving Picture Award.

Vote Now: Six Heartland Award Winners Up for Gotham Awards

Independent Film Project (IFP) has partnered with Festival Genius to present the 23rd Gotham Independent Film Awards. IFP has compiled audience choice award-winning films from the top 50 U.S. and Canadian film festivals, giving you the opportunity to select the top five films of your choosing to move on to round two:

2013 Heartland Film Festival Concludes with Special Presentation of “The Book Thief,” Announces Audience Choice & Best Premiere Award Winners

The 22nd Annual Heartland Film Festival (Oct. 17-26) capped off its tenth and final day on Saturday with a special presentation of 20th Century Fox’s “The Book Thief” (in theaters nationwide Nov. 27). The 22nd…

Get Ready for Heartland Film Festival Screenings in Fountain Square, Oct. 23 – 26 at The Theater at the Wheeler Arts Community

Two nightly screenings right in Heartland’s neighborhood at the Theater at the Wheeler Arts Community – Wednesday, Oct. 23 through Saturday, Oct. 26 in Fountain Square!

Catch “Walking with the Enemy” at the Heartland Film Festival!

Although it was confirmed right after our guide books went to press, the Heartland Film Festival is proud to present Liberty Studios’ “Walking with the Enemy,” a powerful narrative feature starring Ben Kingsley, Jonas Armstrong and Hannah Tointon.

2013 Heartland Film Festival Announces Grand Prize Winners

Heartland Film Festival (Oct. 17-26) has announced its four 2013 Grand Prize Award Winners at its Awards Ceremony at the Indiana Repertory Theatre.

Heartland Film Festival Interview: Steve Hoover, Director of “Blood Brother”

The English language is vast and has a plethora of words. Yet I can’t think of two more somber words than “AIDS orphanage.” One young man named Rocky Braat decided to leave New York to work in such an orphanage in India. After he had spent some time there, his best friend Steve Hoover traveled to see him to see what his life is like. The results are astonishing.

We were so fortunate to talk to Steve about his friend Rocky, the joy he found there and what he was just doing in the Ukraine.

Heartland Film Festival Interview: Melanie Ruiz, Co-Director of “Atomic Dream”

The story of how we got to the moon is well known to the point where those first men who walked on its surface are names remembered by everyone, young and old. Yet the methods that were used weren’t the first idea. In fact, years before any of that happened some of the most brilliant minds had set their sights on Mars and their methods included nuclear bombs.

Directors Derek Lartaud and Melanie Ruiz made a wonderful short film that talked about Project Orion and how those scientists remember their time together. We were happy to talk with Melanie to ask her how she first found this story, the impact of these men and what is her next project.

Sponsor Spotlight: Innovative

Innovative is one of Heartland’s biggest supporters. From the production of its video spots to the lavish Awards Ceremony, Innovative always brings big ideas to the table and executes with great results.

Sponsor Spotlight: Printing Partners – The Official Printer of the Heartland Film Festival

One of the wonderful aspects of being the official printer of the Heartland Film Festival is having the opportunity to witness the creativity that radiates from every individual involved. As the festival’s marketing materials made…

Heartland Film Festival Interview: Chin Tangsakulsathaporn, Director of “The Sweatshop”

When there’s a story about people working in a sweatshop, all of the focus is on the suffering and the inhumanity of their situation. Yet in his Festival Award winning short film writer/director Chin Tangsakulsathaporn is able to show a greater dimension to his two young heroes as they search for hope.

We were honored to be able to talk with Chin about his amazing short film and why he feels inspired to make a film.

Heartland Film Festival Interview: Bram Conjaerts, Director of “The Circle”

One of the most fascinating films of the festival has the most deceivingly simple names. “The Circle” is all about the people who happen to live upon one of the greatest scientific experiments in human history. The Large Hadron Collider races particles around at such an incredible speed in order to recreate the Big Bang, the origins of the universe. This is located 100 miles underground in Europe and director Bram Conjaerts talked to those on the surface to learn what they think of all of this.

We were thrilled to talk to Bram about the focus on the documentary, his history with the Large Hardon Collider and the documentaries that intrigue him.

Heartland Film Festival Interview: Matthias Zuder, Director of “Liquidation”

In just a few minutes, the Festival Award short film “Liquidation” can create discussions that will last for hours. In the film, a young couple are visiting his grandfather before he is punished for his Nazi involvement. There they are faced with a difficult moral decision.

We were able to talk with director Matthias Zuder about the audience reaction to that moral decision, the roles of Nazis in cinema and the humanity of the whole story.

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