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“Siddharth” wins Heartland grand prize

The winners of the 2014 Heartland Film Festival have been announced. Get the full list of winners and nominees here. Continue reading

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Becoming Bulletproof

“Becoming Bulletproof” explores the significance, dignity and purpose to be found in lives of the disabled without resorting to being manipulative or romanticizing. Continue reading

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East Side Sushi

Don’t let the sweet exterior fool you: Beneath “East Side Sushi’s” delicate veneer is a tough, scrappy little picture. Continue reading

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Metalhead

Although slow in parts and questionably plotted, impressive scenery, an intense lead performance and a rousing soundtrack make “Metalhead” worthwhile. Continue reading

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Objects in Mirror

Many films have found the extraordinary in the mundane, but watching “Objects in Mirror” feels like being trapped in the apartment with the heroine. Continue reading

Diana Elizabeth Torres, “East Side Sushi”

The star of Heartland Film Festival’s “East Side Sushi” talks her first lead role, learning to play a believable chef and acting for Paul Thomas Anderson. Continue reading

Amin Matalqa, Michelle Lang, & Amanda Plummer “Strangely in Love” (Part 2)

Director Amin Matalqa, actress/producer Michelle Lang, and Emmy Award-winning actress Amanda Plummer talk about their latest movie, “Strangely in Love.” Continue reading

Amin Matalqa, Michelle Lang, & Amanda Plummer, “Strangely in Love” (Part 1)

Director Amin Matalqa, actress/producer Michelle Lang, and Emmy Award-winning actress Amanda Plummer talk about their latest movie, “Strangely in Love.” Continue reading

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Marmato

“Marmato” is a provocative documentary about a 500-year-old Colombian mining town that finds itself under siege politically, economically and militarily. Continue reading

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Strangely in Love

A love triangle fairy tale about three lonely idiots, “Strangely in Love” is a whimsically bent adaptation of Dostoevsky set in contemporary Los Angeles. Continue reading

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