2018 Heartland Film Festival

Heartland Film Festival: Above the Drowning Sea

A wonderful documentary that is as inspiring as it is heartbreaking.

Heartland Film Festival: Tejano

A beautifully shot bordertown story that starts out with a riveting premise that keeps you invested in the story and interested in the characters.

Heartland Film Festival: When Jeff Tried to Save the World

This charming though slow-paced indie dramedy stars Jon Heder as the manager of a bowling alley with issues.

Heartland Film Festival: Hesburgh

For tickets and showtimes, please click here. In the introduction to the film Hesburgh, one of the narrators says that Reverend Theodore Martin Hesburgh was one of the most notable people of the 20th Century, to be mentioned with the likes of names such as John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Dwight D. […]

Heartland Film Festival: God Bless You, Mr. Vonnegut

This film offers a rare glimpse into the life of the legendary Indiana author.

Heartland Film Festival: Nathan’s Kingdom

“Nathan's Kingdom” is an imaginative story that sticks with you after watching. The visuals are amazing and the acting is superb.

Heartland Film Festival: Time Well Spent

  For tickets and show times, please click here I love surfing. I love the act of surfing (I was never good at it), watching it and the transformational element of being on a board in the ocean and how everything else just disappears. I was drawn to surfing from an early age. I actually received […]

Heartland Film Festival: Monrovia, Indiana

Frederick Wiseman's portrait of the quintessential small Indiana town is documentary filmmaking in its purest form: observation without intrusion.