Posts Tagged ‘Heartland Film Festival’
"dream/killer" is a documentary whose narrow focus on the family of a falsely imprisoned teenager is both a strength and a weakness.
"Borderless" is a story of human decency and survival couched in the somber truth of life in a war zone.
"Dust" is a science-fantasy short film that delivers more imagination, style and substance than most big-budget Hollywood productions.
“The Gnomist” explores how the shared experiences of art and imagination can create a magical sense of hope and community.
"The Art of Richard Thompson" is an informative retrospective on the career of the "Cul de Sac" creator and Washington Post cartoonist.
A masterful, subtle reflection tinged by survivor's guilt, "Before the Bomb" is like a sad dream of one girl's bittersweet childhood.
"Superior" is a coming-of-age story that, like its characters, lacks the maturity to realize its own purpose or potential.
“A More Perfect Union” is a powerful film whose message is as important today as it was then and shouldn’t be ignored.
“Movies in Space” is surprisingly complex, exploring a solid story arc in spite of its minimal run time and delivering some nice laughs along the way.
A sometimes jumbled but worthy portrait of Afghani soldiers attempting to take over the defense of their country from the Americans.
A riveting documentary film about a Ukrainian man of the cloth who goes outside the law to do what he believes is right.
“Havana Motor Club” is a high-horsepower look at Cuban car culture, especially the attempt by native gearheads to revive the sport of racing.
The winners of the 2014 Heartland Film Festival have been announced. Get the full list of winners and nominees here.