Category: Heartland High School Film Competition

Carmel High School Wins Inaugural Team High School Competition

On Saturday, May 19, we had our first ever pilot program for the Team High School Competition. The winning film, Rotating Clock, was submitted by Carmel High School. The film, about an unmotivated student and a guidance counselor, shows that history does not have to repeat itself.

The Heartland High School Film Competition from an Educator’s Perspective

Tyler Hindman, Radio/TV Instructor at J. Everett Light Career Center, shares his experience as the teacher of one of the winners of the 2010 Heartland High School Film Competition. I’m still excited! Over the past…

High School Filmmaker Profile: Luke Broyles Honors Friendship Through Film

This blog post is one in a series, which documents the experiences of the High School Film Competition Award-winning filmmakers as well as those High School Film Competition official selection filmmakers at the 2010 Heartland…

Announcing the Winners of Heartland’s First High School Film Competition

Heartland Truly Moving Pictures announced the winners of the inaugural Heartland High School Film Competition today, honoring aspiring, young filmmakers from across the country. Grand Prize winner John Gordon of Dallas, Texas took top honors…

Young Filmmakers Give Us Hope

While the winners of the first ever Heartland High School Film Competition have not yet been announced, the process has been a remarkable one and we’d be remiss not to share.