Festival Free Samples
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It’s a big month for 2012 Heartland Film Festival Official Selection Free Samples! The film will have its U.S. theatrical release starting in Los Angeles on May 31, followed by New York City on June 7. Better yet, the movie will be available via digital download starting May 21! That means you can enjoy Free Samples from the comfort of your own home, phone or tablet via iTunes, Amazon Instant Video and Cable On-Demand (Comcast, Verizon, AT&T, DirecTV and Dish Network).

Truly Moving Picture Award Lincoln
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Heartland Truly Moving Pictures has released its Top 10 list of Truly Moving Picture Award-winning films of 2012. “Lincoln,” director Steven Spielberg’s record seventh film to receive the Award, took the top spot. “Les Misérables” and “The Intouchables,” from Universal Pictures and The Weinstein Company respectively, followed closely behind. “Salmon Fishing in the Yemen” and “Moonrise Kingdom” round out the list of top films that inspire, educate and engage audiences of all ages.

Roadshow Roadshow
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Heartland Truly Moving Pictures connected 7,700 moviegoers to inspiring films in 2012 through community screenings separate from the Annual Heartland Film Festival. Best known for the Heartland Film Festival, nonprofit arts organization Heartland Truly Moving Pictures is active year-round with programs such as the Heartland Roadshow. With its mission to inspire filmmakers and audiences through the transformative power of film, Heartland showcases both independent films from the Heartland Film Festival along with studio-released films that have won the Truly Moving Picture Award.

Heartland Film News
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Ava Memmen, a founding board member and tireless supporter of Heartland Truly Moving Pictures, passed away on September 19th, 2012. Ava was instrumental in starting the work of Heartland with her vision and giving. She brought passion, insight, and wonderful encouragement to the early days, helping build the strong foundation which allowed Heartland to grow into the work it is today. Ava served on the Board of Heartland until her passing

Festival Walk Tall
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One of the biggest surprises of the year is the short “Wall Tall”. A short film about improving one’s posture seems like it would be a judging lecture instead of a silly exploration of a fascinating man. George Weedon was an Olympic gymnast in 1948 and today he teaches others about how to stay physically fit. Director Kate Sullivan tells his story with warmth and creativity. When she talked with us, Kate explained how she found George and what it took to make the really fun final scene. But before that, Kate wanted to say a few words to you!

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