Talk:Heartland Film Festival

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Only festival permitted to use Stewart's name?[edit]

In gathering citations for the article, I was unable to find a source for this statement:

"Heartland is the only film festival permitted by Stewart's heirs to use his name on an award."

So I've removed it for now. I'm making a note of it here so it can be put back in if someone finds a source for it--it may have been only in the festival's printed program booklet, which doesn't seem to be available online. Chuck 01:00, 9 February 2006 (UTC)

Include Crystal Heart Award winners in table?[edit]

Since there can be a dozen or more Crystal Heart Award winners per festival, should they be included in the awards table? It seems a bit silly to add only a single one out of over a hundred winners of that award, as someone has done. Chuck (talk) 14:14, 7 February 2010 (UTC)