2011 Heartland Film Festival
This delightful French chocolate story does everything I want in a romantic comedy.
It tries to be "Up in the Air" meets "Before Sunrise," but I don't think the film is listening to its characters.
Rhys Darby and Sally Hawkins lift a familiar script into a rather cute movie. Also, there's a duck in it!
A fun dip in the family swimming pool, and we don't even have to bring any bean dip.
Based on an inspiring true story, "Little Red Wagon" is the type of movie the Hallmark channel highlights and plays over and over.
"Where Soldiers Come From" is a heartbreaking and insightful view of group of kids from Michigan who join the National Guard and get more than they bargained for.
A solid debut from Hoosier filmmaker Jacob Sherry, "Nathan" is worth catching if you're heading to the Heartland Film Festival.
On the surface, "Family of the Wa'a" is a story about canoes but underneath it has a much deeper tale to tell.
A bizarro “An Inconvenient Truth,” if Stephen Colbert kidnapped Al Gore and took the show on the road.
“Crime After Crime” is a prime example of the problems that plague our judicial system and how our system sometimes works against us rather than for us.
“Saigon Yo (Electric)" is an extremely enjoyable fish-out-of-water story with a little bit of dancing thrown into the mix.
A wrenching drama about the Rwandan genocide, "Kinyarwanda" offers an intimate look at a horrific situation.
"Hoop Dreams Africa" offers a new twist on the tale of the aspiring professional basketball player by adding a cultural barrier.