Student-made BSU centennial documentary is part of Heartland Film Festival

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MUNCIE, Ind. (WTHR) - The 27th annual Heartland Film Festival begins this weekend in Indianapolis.

The festival will show more than 300 movies over the next ten days.

More than 150 filmmakers are in town to debut their work, including some from Ball State.

A student-produced documentary about BSU's 100-year history is showing.

The film follows the school's journey from a small teacher's college into a university with 22,000 students.

It includes interviews with alumni like David Letterman and the current president.

Festival tickets start at $12.00