Friday night, “Wildcat” at the Heartland International Film Festival – Wish-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana


The Heartland International Film Festival runs through October 16 and Thursday on “Life.Style.Live!” Entertainment expert Patty Spitler was joined by Heartland International Film Festival artistic director Greg Sorvig and “Wildcat” producer/director Melissa Lesh.

That’s the screening tonight at 8 p.m. at the Glendale Landmark Theater.

The film is described as: Returning from the war in Afghanistan, a young British soldier struggling with depression and PTSD finds a second chance in the Amazon rainforest when he meets an American scientist, and together they foster an orphaned baby .

It’s a special presentation from Amazon Studios.

There are over 150 filmmakers scheduled to do Q&A and screenings during the Heartland Film Festival.

There are also 14 US and world premieres. One of the world premieres is: “When my sleeping dragon awoke.” This is a movie about an actress who grew up in a library and the play she writes about her life. The filmmaker will be in town for a Q&A and he won Best Documentary 29 years ago at the Heartland International Film Festival.

To You can filter the movies from those who participated to the filmmakers.

Come to a movie or buy a ten-pack of tickets!

Tickets are on sale until Sunday, October 16! For more information, Click here.

This segment is sponsored by the Heartland Film Festival.


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