A young Oklahoma artist, struggling with a recent death, finds escape in a reckless affair with her brother's girlfriend.
Disarmingly realistic in its depiction of the realities of frontier life, Heartland is a strong antidote to the cliches of traditional Westerns. This semi-documentary slice of life is based on the diaries of Elmore Randall Stewart about her days on the Wyoming frontier in the early 20th century. It's a strongly feminist statement about a woman raising her small daughter alone and scrapping for a living by working for a shy Scottish rancher. Director Richard Pearce brings an endearing touch to a film that is helped greatly by the dazzling cinematography of Fred Murphy. Conchata Ferrell and Rip Torn star in this small film that substitutes veracity for a high-powered plot.
Christmas comes to Heartland, along with an anonymous call about starving horses stranded by an avalanche in the Rocky Mountains, which send Amy and Ty to their rescue.
H.G. (Corey Sorenson) living a happy and openly gay life in New York must return to Iowa to help his alcoholic father save the family farm. He no longer feels he is a member of his family tribe but digs into the work along side his father and a hired hand, Ryan (Lachlan Neiboer), who has his own set of problems raising his younger brothers and sisters following the death of their parents. He comes out to his high school sweetheart, Dawn (Taylor Gwynn) who raises a ruckus at the nrews and outs him to the whole town, forcing his father to take to his bed with a bottle. Alone one night in the most desolate part of town he runs into Ryan and discover the farm hand is not exactly the ladies man people think he is.
Kara and Jessie are two teenage girls from very different worlds, but with a little Christmas magic, they find they have much more in common than they ever imagined.
This "Play on One" story depicts Jack and his farming family in West Wales. They have built up their dairy herd with vast loans and are then told they must cut back on milk production and slaughter some of the herd. The community launches a campaign against the quotas, but Jack takes the law into his own hands.
Reggae documentary of the One Love Peace Concert held in Kingston, Jamaica in 1978. In addition to the music, this film features the return to Jamaica of Bob Marley after a 16-month hiatus following an attempt on his life.
The crew of a reality-TV show about the paranormal visits a small Kansas town to investigate a house that may be haunted.
In a small Iowa town, Charlie "Champ" Hannen is the envy of town. A football scholarship is his ticket out of there and he is destined for greatness. But destiny takes him down another path when his biggest fan dies, his mother. With her, part of Champ also dies. The story picks up ten years later, upon his fathers passing, when Champ can't escape his past anymore. He must reconcile troubled relationships. When friends and family members return home for the funeral and the reading of the will, Champ must confront demons from his past and determine the future for himself and his fractured family.
This film explores food sustainability, how farmers' markets build community, and why local food matters. Filmmaker Dr. Benjamin Garner is an Associate Professor at the University of North Georgia. He produces films on food, marketing, and tourism. Dr. Garner consults with companies on soft skills training and produces video ads for web and social media.
Known as “The City of Gold,” Stockton became a major hub for Filipino immigrants coming to the U.S at the turn of the 20th century. By the 1930s, this lively area had the largest population of Filipinos outside of the Philippines. Many worked as farm laborers traveling up and down the west coast harvesting fruit and vegetables in California, Oregon, and Washington and then working in the canneries in Alaska during the winter. But Stockton was where Filipinos could always return home.
This short film explores how Kentucky's recent constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage affects three families and their communities. As momentum pushes the issue from the mega-churches to the ballot box, gay parents begin to fear for their families' safety and future. Out in the Heartland gives a face to those at the center of these amendments, illuminating their long-term consequences for all
It's 1952 and big city reporter Roland Lu is returning to his hometown. What he finds is a town living in fear under the rule of his nemesis, Frank Dugan. Knowing his life is in peril, Roland stays, hoping to score the next big story that can win him the Pultizer.
The first-ever film to tell the entire story of the conservative woman in her own words, "Fire from the Heartland" is a powerful statement about America at a crossroads and the women who have awakened to the crisis.
One person's idea to send flowers of support to gay and lesbian couples waiting in line to get married at San Francisco City Hall blossomed into an online movement that resulted in thousands of flowers being sent from all over the country. Shot in February and March 2004 this moving documentary includes footage of flowers being delivered to San Francisco City Hall and interviews with people who sent the flowers recorded during a 6000 mile road trip to the Midwest including the person who started the idea.
In the fall of 1862, after the great victories of the Seven Days and the Second Manassas, the Confederates began their only coordinated campaign in both the East and West. A campaign that would make everything that came afterwards, Gettysburg,
In the spirit of the old west variety shows, Vaughn played host to the ensemble of comedians and performed improvisational sketches with surprise celebrity and musical guests. The film chronicles the journey of Vaughn and the comedians as travel over 6,000 miles and perform 30 shows in 30 consecutive nights in cities across the nation.
Editors at Egeskov Castle, Kværndrup, Denmark No Harm Sugar Smokers Outside the Hospital Doors Life Is a Fear Formaldehyde The Racing Rats Forgiveness Munich A Ton of Love The Pulse All the Kings Ocean of Night Papillon Marching Orders
The Transcontinental Railroad unites the nation and transforms the American Heartland. Native American civilizations decline as farmers settle the continent. Cattle replace wild buffalo as king of the Great Plains. The cowboy becomes a new American icon.
"Hate Crimes in the Heartland," a feature documentary explores the 250,000 hate crimes committed in America each year through the powerful stories of two crimes committed in Tulsa, Oklahoma - over 90 years apart. Like no other documentary exploring this topic, "Hate Crimes in the Heartland" tells powerful stories of survivors, activists, leaders, and community members. The film explores current and past hate crimes in our nation, asking important questions related to social justice, and portrays the remarkable influence of the media on the justice system.
Life is hard on the Flemings' ranch in the Alberta foothills where abused or neglected horses find refuge with a kind, hard-working family. Debts abound and the bank is about to foreclose. Can they keep the ranch running?
Heartland was an Australian television drama series that ran on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in 1994. It ran for thirteen episodes and starred Cate Blanchett and Ernie Dingo. The show was also known as Burned Bridge in some countries. Heartland deals with the mystery surrounding the death of an Aboriginal girl and the doubts concerning the guilt of her boyfriend, who is arrested for her murder. It is also a love story between two of the people convinced of his innocence—their growing relationship must survive hostility from both the white and black communities and the obstacles of their different backgrounds, attitudes and cultures. Set in a small coastal town against the turmoils of murder, mystery and romance, Heartland follows the people from this seaside community and their battle to restructure their own way of life. Their struggle to restore their self-esteem towards a positive future, despite the obstacles in their path. Other plot elements revolve around the character of Elizabeth Ashton, a writer arriving in a small coastal community. A degree of suspicion exists towards the newcomer who is ignorant of any underlying racial tensions. This naivety allows her to more easily befriend local Aborigine Vincent Burunga. Into this mix is the local police officer Phil McCarthy who seeks Ashton's affections whilst being hostile to her friendship with Burunga, not just as a rival suitor, but because of racial prejudice.
Dr. Nathaniel Grant is a pioneering organ-transplant surgeon who takes risks that other doctors would not in order to save the lives of his patients. He works closely with his ex-wife, Kate Armstrong, an organ-donor coordinator with whom he has a volatile relationship. Grant's arrogance and willingness to perform risky procedures causes him to butt heads with the hospital administration. But his main focus is on his intense relationship with his job and his patients, often at the expense of his family.
An old-fashioned Nebraska farmer moves in with his daughter, son-in-law and their family.
America's Heartland is a television program in the United States airing on the Public Broadcasting Service since 2005. In eight full seasons, America's Heartland reporters and crews have brought in stories from all across the United States. 172 half-hour episodes have taken viewers to 50 states, as well as faraway places like Taiwan, China, Egypt and Morocco. On the program American farmers and ranchers share their passion for hard work as well as their commitment to food safety, sustainability, environmental stewardship and animal welfare. The program features profiles of farming and ranching families and explores trends in food production from farm to table. America's Heartland also features a "Farm to Fork" segment hosted by well-known CNet personality and blogger Sharon Vaknin. Sharon joins farmers in their own kitchens, preparing recipes with ingredients grown on that farm. Other recurring segments include "Harvesting Knowledge", highlighting the history of familiar food production, "Off the Shelf" featuring information about items found right in the grocery store, and "Agriculture 101", where ag experts answer questions posed by consumers. The program has featured several "themed" episodes. In 2008 Jason Shoultz explored overseas grain trade in China and Taiwan in a special entitled "Journey of the Corn." In 2009 the program took viewers to Egypt and Morocco to explore overseas programs designed to grow export markets for Corn and Wheat. Other themed episodes include "Dawn to Dusk," following a North Dakota farming family throughout a busy day, "The Miracle Bean," exploring the many uses of soybeans grown in the US, "Cowboy Cattle Drive" taking viewers on a three day cattle drive in the Utah mountains. The program has also featured state-themed shows in Hawaii, Alaska and Texas.
Murder in the Heartland tells the grotesque true story of Charlie Starkweather, 19, who killed 11 people in Nebraska in 1957-58, and his 14-year-old girlfriend,
In picturesque rural Nebraska, the husband and wife veterinary team of Drs. Ben and Erin Schroeder cares for the region's many animals in need.
Heartland Poker Tour is an internationally syndicated television program airing 52 weeks each year and a U.S.-based poker tour. Created by friends Greg Lang and Todd Anderson in 2005, HPT promotes the tagline "Real People, Unreal Money." Originally developed to be a regional TV show airing in the Midwest, syndication expanded as the appetite for televised poker grew. HPT now airs weekly on hundreds of stations across the United States, Europe, the Caribbean, and the Middle East. DirecTV and DISH Network carry the program on multiple stations in the U.S.
Every episode documents a town and its people through a murder that tore through it. The townspeople not only become our storytellers, but they also hold the clues to the puzzle that has forever changed their lives and how they understand their home.
Paranormal investigator and documentary filmmaker Steve Shippy visits Midwestern towns that have been traumatized for generations by ripples of fear. Shippy uses his own personal experiences to make intimate connections with the families who’ve reached out to him for help. He then puts the puzzle pieces together to identify and decipher the larger mystery of the town’s haunting.
From the Heartland with John Kasich was an American news/talk television program appearing on Fox News Channel hosted by now-Ohio governor John Kasich. The show was broadcast live every Saturday at 8:00 p.m. ET. Unlike most New York based Fox News Channel programming, Kasich's program originated out of Columbus, Ohio. From the Heartland was similar to Bill O'Reilly's news program The O'Reilly Factor. Some of the stories were like a wrap up of the events that happened during the week on The O'Reilly Factor. Kasich has also frequently been a guest host of The O'Reilly Factor. The final edition of From the Heartland with John Kasich aired on April 21, 2007. John Kasich is now the Governor of Ohio.
Wild West Comedy Show: 30 Days & 30 Nights – Hollywood to the Heartland is a comedy documentary film directed by Ari Sandel and follows the 30 day comedy of tour of several stand up comedians. It premiered September 8, 2006 at the Toronto International Film Festival. It opened in limited release in the United States on February 8, 2008.
Crime author and investigator Jax Miller and former police investigator Sarah Cailean tackle a mystery that has stumped authorities for nearly two decades -- the confounding cold case of Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman, two Oklahoma teenagers who disappeared in December 1999 after the Freeman family trailer was burned to the ground. In the four-part documentary series, the investigators delve into the many strange theories of the case and unravel a much larger story of unsolved murder, allegations of cover-up and corruption, and a truth that proves even more incredible.
Heartlanders is an English language television drama telecast on MediaCorp TV Channel 5. Based on the encounters of two officers of the Singapore Police Force. The first season aired on 5 July 2002, and has since another three seasons have aired, with the last season being shown from 12 July 2005. There are no indications as yet if a fifth season will be produced. While the show evoked comparisons with Triple Nine, telecast from 1995 to 1999, Heartlanders was distinctively the first Singaporean English television series to be based primarily on uniformed patrol officers. The show was set in the Singaporean heartlands and in a typical public housing setting, hence the name Heartlanders. The show starred Vincent Ng and Aaron Aziz as the main casts. It was Ng's first foray into an English drama, and helped to expose the latter to the non-Malay television audience. Other cast members included Tracy Tan in Season 1, Corrine Adrienne in Seasons 1 and 2, Steph Song in Season 2, Julian Hee in Season 3 and 4, Priscelia Chan in Season 3 and 4, Desiree Siahaan in Season 3 and 4, and Shaun Chen in Season 4. News of Aaron's planned departure to break into the Malaysian entertainment scene in late 2003 threatened the show's main lineup, and producers banked on the suspense by having Aaron's character almost killed off early in Season 3. This show also featured future Star Search contestants Andie Chen who would later become the Star Search 2007 champion and Romeo Tan who is the finalist of the Star Search 2010.