Hardacre Film Festival
The Hardacre Film Festival is a film festival held annually in Tipton, Iowa and is considered to be Iowa's longest-running film festival. The festival was founded in 1997 by Troy Peters and is typically held in August, showing independent films from all over the world.
The festival traditionally awards filmmakers in nine categories:
- Best Narrative Feature film
- Best Short film
- Best Documentary film
- Best Student Film
- Best Experimental Film
- Best Animated Film
- Troy Peters Best Iowa Film (named after the festival's founder)
- Audience Award
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