Heartland Film travels all across Indiana to offer year-round screenings of entertaining films that do much more than just entertain:
Join Heartland Film for a FREE short film screening in the Heartland Basile Theatre in Fountain Square! Heartland Film will showcase 2016 Heartland Film Festival Animated Short Grand Prize Winner Borrowed [...]
Borrowed Time tells the story of a weathered sheriff who returns to the remains of an accident he has spent a lifetime trying to forget. Faced with his mistake once again, he must find the strength to carry on.
After taking home the Animated Short Grand Prize at the 2016 Heartland Film Festival, Borrowed Time went on to be nominated for the 2017 Academy Awards.
Sun King (Official Beer of Heartland Film) cans, wine, soda and popcorn all available for purchase.
(Friday) 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Heartland Film Office - Heartland Basile Theatre
1043 Virginia Ave, Ste. 2, Indianapolis, IN 46203
Katrina Basile, Realtor
It’s 1967, and Eli Rosenberg and Michael Dubois both have a problem. For Eli, only one medical school in the country will accept him: Meharry Medical College, an all-black medical [...]
This event is a Unity Project Initiative with the mission to build respect and understanding between various communities, especially the black community and the Jewish community, through the arts and dialogue. Special thanks to The Unity Project, JCC Indianapolis, Efroymson Family Fund, Indianapolis Urban League, Indianapolis JCRC and Starfish Initiative for their support.
2016 Heartland Film Festival Official Selection, Narrative Feature
Filmmakers scheduled for a video chat following the screening
(Wednesday) 7:00 pm
6701 Hoover Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46260
Heartland Film & JCC Indianapolis
Watch Tim Taylor’s love letter to Indianapolis’ jazz scene at the Circle City’s premiere jazz club! Join Heartland Film for an intimate night of short film screenings and live local [...]
Join Heartland Film for an intimate night of short film screenings and live local jazz at The Jazz Kitchen – a featured location in Tim Taylor’s award-winning short film Go Get Your Horn – on Wednesday, May 31.
Doors open at 5 p.m. where guests will be given the red carpet treatment and opportunity to rub elbows and take photos with the stars of the short film “Go Get Your Horn” (2016 Heartland Film Festival Indiana Spotlight Award Winner).
At 7 p.m., Heartland Film will screen two music-centered short films: “God of Love” (2010 Heartland Film Festival Grand Prize Winner / 2011 Academy Award Winner, Live Action Short Film) followed by “Go Get Your Horn.”
Immediately following the shorts, featured musicians of “Go Get Your Horn” will jump off the screen and join Director Tim Taylor for a Q&A and live performance!
Ticket price includes general admission. Food and beverage available at an additional cost.
“Go Get Your Horn”
2016 Heartland Film Festival Indiana Spotlight Winner
Directed by Tim Taylor
A celebration of mentorship, community and the art of listening, “Go Get Your Horn” explores the Indianapolis Jazz scene.
“God of Love”
2010 Heartland Film Festival Grand Prize Winner
2011 Academy Award Winner, Live Action Short Film
A love-struck, lounge-singing darts champion finds his prayers are answered—literally—when he receives a mysterious box of love-inducing darts.
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm
The Jazz Kitchen
5377 N College Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46220