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Heartland President Remembers “Mrs. E”

Margot Eccles cared deeply and passionately about this city, the arts, but most of all people. It was Margot’s love of film brought her into my life over 20 years ago. A mutual friend and Heartland Board member, Chet Browne, introduced us and I will be eternally grateful to him for making the connection.

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Full Results of the Pilot Team High School Film Competition

A new extension of the Heartland Film Festival High School Film Competition, the inaugural Team High School Film Competition challenged five teams of students from local high schools to create a three-minute film aligning with a theme (“passion vs. apathy”) that meets Heartland’s mission to promote positive change in people’s lives through the transformative power of film.

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Carmel High School Wins Inaugural Team High School Competition

On Saturday, May 19, we had our first ever pilot program for the Team High School Competition. The winning film, Rotating Clock, was submitted by Carmel High School. The film, about an unmotivated student and a guidance counselor, shows that history does not have to repeat itself.

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