2013 Heartland Film Festival
Get the scoop on all the award winners at Heartland Film Festival 2013!
"This is Where We Live" is a quiet but powerful film exploring the struggles of a small-town Texas family featuring a top-notch performance by Tobias Segal.
"The Network" isn't a bad documentary. It just covers so many different areas that it doesn't give the viewer an in-depth look into any of them.
"The Retrieval" is a powerful coming-of-age story that hits all the right beats and is anchored by a commanding performance by Tishuan Scott.
“The Discoverers” has plenty of heart and laughs to tug at your heartstrings and tickle your funny bone.
The director of this documentary about rejection's effect on the human psyche speaks to the science behind her assertions and whether strategies are working.
A whimsical and visual movie with not enough substance to keep one engaged through its entirety.
A fascinating, heartbreaking documentary, "Reject" is the agent of social change that documentaries like "Bully" wish they could be.
Beautiful-looking and well-acted, this rambling, unfocused drama looks through the eyes of a young autistic boy lost on the subway.
This arresting documentary looks at young doctors on the front lines of the healthcare crisis, saving lives at Los Angeles County Hospital's ER.
A quiet, powerful documentary portrait of a young man compelled to travel across the globe to help others — and find his true home.
This evocative journey through South Africa looks at one angry young man's path to inner truth.