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HFF Interview: The Station Master

Jon Olav Stokke had a simply ambitious project for his graduation film. Even though there are just a few characters and not too much dialog, “The Station Master” is a very well handled short film…

HFF Films: “We’re Not Weird. You’re Weird!”

“We’re Not Weird. You’re Weird!”: Misfits or maybe they’re just misunderstood. These films highlight the very entertaining and very talented groups of people that stand out from the norm by being a white Mariachi player or a grumpy slacker forced to give out ice cream or other interesting situations.

HFF Interview: Little Kyota Neon Hood

“Little Kyota Neon Hood” is a wonderful short film about a little boy living in Japan who always wears his bright green hood to protect him. When his favorite teacher, a man from Scotland, returns…

HFF Films: “What Do We Have Here?”

“What Do We Have Here?”: There is so much around us that we don’t understand. From the state of atomic energy, where school buses end up or how dyslexia works, these films teach us about the complexities we take for granted.

HFF Films: “My Life is My Own”

“What Do We Have Here?”: Some people have a 9-5 job where they zone out listening to talk radio on their commute. Others have lived on a chain gang, run a chocolate cooperative in Grenada, and went from an ex-con to a poet. These are their fascinating lives.

HFF Films: “This is My Home”

“This is My Home”: Whether it is a Holocaust Survivors community, a small village in Haiti or their new residence in America, these are the places that these people care deeply about to call their home.

HFF Interview: I Am Not a Hipster

Destin Cretton is extremely busy right now. His feature film I Am Not a Hipster is set to play at this year’s Heartland Film Festival as he’s filming his next movie. He was able to…

HFF Films: “Who Are You Calling Pint-Sized?

“Who Are You Calling Pint-Sized?”: Just because they’re young doesn’t mean they can’t make a difference. These kids are able to accomplish so much like uncover a school conspiracy to turning a small soccer team into a Sports Illustrated-nominated team of the year.

HFF Films: “We Travel, We Learn”

“We Travel, We Learn”: They say that traveling broadens the mind by having you learn about more cultures. It gathers a greater understanding of the planet and all those who inhabit it. These are films that feature stories including a French teenager who moved to Jerusalem and brothers discovering the horror of political violent in South Africa.

HFF Interview: Head Over Heels

Every year there are short films that even though they only are on screen for a few minutes, they will stick with you for a very long time. In just 10 minutes “Head Over Heels”…

HFF Films: “I’m Not Short. I’m Durationally Challenged.”

“We’re Not Short. We’re Durationally Challenged.”: We have seven short films winning awards this year: five main Festival awards and two recipients of the Jimmy Stewart Memorial Crystal Heart Award that shows excellence in student productions. Due to their lengths, the films are separated into two excellent programs.

HFF Interview: Good Karma $1

Good Karma $1 has a curiosity at the heart of the short film. Advertising guru Alex Bogusky is fascinated by the signs that homeless people hold and wants to know what can go into making…

HFF Interview: Future Weather

One of the five Festival Award-winning narrative films is the personal story of Lauduree in Future Weather. Lauduree is a young girl who is very talented in biology, but is confronted with difficult emotions when…

HFF Films: “There is Beauty Around Us”

“There is Beauty Around Us”: From the unexpected surprise of small town peacefulness to the discovery of what can be created with ordinary vehicles, these films highlight the power and beauty of what’s around us.

HFF Films: “We Can Fix This”

“We Can Fix This”: When there is an impossible problem, these people take that as a challenge. Whether it is the American healthcare system, gender politics in Egypt or the bureaucracy of adoption, there are problems with the system and they can be changed.

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