HFF

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AcronymDefinition
HFFHappy Fence Friday (photography)
HFFHochschule für Fernsehen und Film München (German: University of Television and Film)
HFFHalo File Format
HFFHeader Format File
HFFHellenic Football Federation (Greece)
HFFHollywood Film Festival (Hollywood, CA)
HFFHope for Families (various locations)
HFFHeartland Film Festival
HFFHelvitis Fokking Fokk (slogan; Iceland)
HFFHokushinetsu Futsal Federation (sports club; Japan)
HFFHardy Fern Foundation
HFFHimalaya Film Festival
HFFHeinz Family Foundation (est. 1984)
HFFHalf Forward Flank (football position)
HFFHigh Frequency Furnace
HFFHemispherical Free Field (audio science)
HFFHorizontal Flute Factor
HFFHermetic Ferruled Fiber
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The two international festivals are big in their own categories; the Cordoba festival is one of the biggest, independent African film festivals in Europe, while the Heartland Film Festival features international independent films and since its inception in 1992 has become one of the fastest growing festivals in the US.
The film has garnered awards from around the world, including the Chicago International Children's Film Festival's Adult Jury Prize, Best Picture at the Bordeaux International Festival of Women in Cinema, the Heartland Film Festival Audience Award, and Best Feature Film from the European Children's Film Association.
The Heartland Film Festival has grown from being the event equivalent of the Hallmark Hall of Fame (nice people presenting nice films to nice people) to an organization with growing national influence.
The growing list of international awards includes: Best Feature Film from the European Children's Film Association, Best Picture at the Bordeaux International Festival of Women in Cinema, the Audience Award at the Heartland Film Festival, and the Adult Jury Prize at the Chicago International Children's Film Festival.
The movie also swept the jury and audience prizes at last October's Heartland Film Festival in Indianapolis, which is dedicated to films with moral as well as artistic merit.
The midwestern Heartland Film Festival, based in Indianapolis capital, hands out $100,000 in total prize money: a grand prize of approximately $50,000 and the rest divided evenly among other winners, with amounts determined by the number of recipients.
He is also the director of 2016's "Eddie Eagle", which featured Hugh Jackman and won the Heartland Film Festival's Truly Moving Picture Award.
The film's growing list of international awards includes: Best Feature Film from the European Children's Film Association; Best Picture at the Bordeaux International Festival of Women in Cinema; the Heartland Film Festival Audience Award; and the Chicago International Children's Film Festival's Adult Jury Prize.
The growing list of international awards includes: Best Feature Film from the European Children's Film Association, Best Picture at the Bordeaux International Festival of Women in Cinema, the Heartland Film Festival Audience Award, and the Chicago International Children's Film Festival's Adult Jury Prize.
The growing list of international awards includes: Best Feature Film from the European Children's Film Association, Best Picture at the Bordeaux International Festival of Women in Cinema, Audience Award at the Heartland Film Festival, and the Adult Jury Prize at the Chicago International Children's Film Festival.
The film has garnered numerous awards, including; Best Feature Film from the European Children's Film Association, Best Picture at the Bordeaux International Festival of Women in Cinema, the Heartland Film Festival Audience Award, and the Chicago International Children's Film Festival's Jury Prize.
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