This year’s top 10 list includes a dynamic range of films, and clearly shows that inspiring film isn’t limited to any single genre. Heartland would like to congratulate all the winners and their respective studios.
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) December 19, 2013
Each year nonprofit arts organization Heartland Truly Moving Pictures honors select theatrically-released films with its Truly Moving Picture Award, a seal that signifies a film’s transformative power and appeal.
“The Truly Moving Picture Award jury takes into consideration how every film could impact and engage its target audience,” said Tim Irwin, Heartland’s artistic director. “This year’s top 10 list includes a dynamic range of films, and clearly shows that inspiring film isn’t limited to any single genre. Heartland would like to congratulate all the winners and their respective studios.”
The top 10 Truly Moving Picture Award winners of 2013 include:
1. “Saving Mr. Banks” – Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
2. “42” – Warner Bros.
3. “Short Term 12” – Cinedigm
4. “The Book Thief” – Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
5. “Frozen” – Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
6. “The Kings of Summer” – CBS Films
7. “Nebraska” – Paramount Vantage
8. “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” – Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
9. “Gimme Shelter” – Roadside Attractions
10. “Monsters University” – Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Submissions for the Truly Moving Picture Award are received directly from studios and producers for consideration. View the complete list of winners at TrulyMovingPictures.org.
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About Heartland Truly Moving Pictures
Heartland Truly Moving Pictures, a nonprofit arts organization, seeks to inspire filmmakers and audiences through the transformative power of film. Its flagship event, the Heartland Film Festival®, launched in 1991 and runs each October in Indianapolis, screening independent films from around the world. Each year, the Festival awards more than $125,000 in cash prizes and presents its Festival Awards to the top-judged submissions. Heartland has awarded more than $2.6 million to support filmmakers during the last 22 years. The organization’s Truly Moving Picture Award was created to honor films released theatrically that align with Heartland’s mission. By bestowing this award seal to honored films, the award allows studios and distributors to inform audiences of a film’s transformative power and appeal. Heartland is also dedicated to cultivating youth, and thus created the Heartland Institute to provide innovative educational and outreach programs that enrich the minds and lives of youth and aspiring filmmakers. Heartland also shares inspiring films year-round in the community through the Heartland Roadshow. For more information, visit TrulyMovingPictures.org.