Posts Tagged ‘Heartland Film Festival’
A heavy-handed bit of treacle about young British lads learning to live with impending death.
Sultan Sharrief's promising feature film debut is a semi-autobiographical tale about a Muslim youth escaping Detroit's mean streets.
Stanley Nelson's exhaustive, insightful documentary about a civil rights watershed continually surprises and enlightens us.
A delightful new chord on the old tale of the rambling bluegrass man.
A tender, affecting, hard-hitting wake-up call and a fitting tribute to victims of two heinous attacks, one we've pledged to never forget, another we didn't bother to remember.
The old expression says one man's trash is another man's treasure. For artist Viktor Muniz it's art.
The message of "The Butterfly Circus" is simple (and perhaps simplistic), but timeless.
You will not find a more beautifully shot film than Ken Ochiai's "Frog in the Well."
The filmmaker won a student Oscar for "God of Love," a quirky 18-minute film about love and darts.