2019 Heartland International Film Festival Comes to an End
The 28th annual Heartland International Film Festival came to an end on Sunday. The 11-day festival in Indianapolis features films and filmmakers from around the world. The festival featured more than 100 independent films, 200 visiting filmmakers and 300 film screenings.
At the closing ceremony on Sunday, Oct. 20, many films received awards. Some of the award winning films include:
Narrative Feature Grand Prize: House of Hummingbird, Directed by Bora Kim
The Documentary Grand Prize: For Sama, Directed by Waa Al-Kataeb
Jimmy Stewart Legacy Award: Fire On The Hill, Directed by Brett Fallentine
The Indiana Spotlight Grand Prize Winner: The Miseducation of Bindu, Produced by Ed Timpe and directed by Parthana Mohan
The Indiana Spotlight Audience Choice Award: We Shall Not Die Now, directed by Ashton Gleckman