Heartland Film is a nonprofit arts organization founded in 1991 with the mission to inspire filmmakers and audiences through the transformative power of film.
Heartland Film is a curator and supporter of purposeful filmmaking, honoring a wide variety of cinema and awarding storytellers from all over the world. The films we select and exhibit – whether they inspire and uplift, educate and inform, or have the ability to shift audiences’ perspectives on the world – all have one thing in common: they are entertaining films that do more than just entertain.
Heartland Film is comprised of four main program areas: Heartland Film Festival, Truly Moving Picture Award, Heartland Film Roadshow, Heartland Film Institute.
In this collection you can explore 25 years of Heartland Film from Film Festival Guidebooks to annual reports.
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