Tag Archives: Heartland Film Festival

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3.5 yaps

Main Street

“Main Street” has plenty going for it, but there are some potholes to clean up. Continue reading

4 yaps


A wrenching, riveting documentary that is accessible without losing sight of its importance. Continue reading

3.5 yaps


“Obselidia” is a leisurely film, and well-filmed and wonderfully character-driven. Continue reading

Heartland Film Fest 2010

In this week’s show, Joe and Chris yap about the 2010 Heartland Film Festival, running Oct. 14-23. Continue reading

4.5 yaps

Don’t Quit Your Daydream

This excellent documentary about two wannabe rock gods explores the unseen side of the music business. Continue reading

4 yaps


“Harvest” is a cold glass of iced tea after a funeral, comfort food when something sad is happening, but still giving you hope that everything will be okay. Continue reading

4 yaps

Fort McCoy

Based on a true story, “Fort McCoy,” isn’t your typical war movie. Continue reading

2.5 yaps

Ways to Live Forever

A heavy-handed bit of treacle about young British lads learning to live with impending death. Continue reading

3 yaps

Bilal’s Stand

Sultan Sharrief’s promising feature film debut is a semi-autobiographical tale about a Muslim youth escaping Detroit’s mean streets. Continue reading

5 yaps

Freedom Riders

Stanley Nelson’s exhaustive, insightful documentary about a civil rights watershed continually surprises and enlightens us. Continue reading

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