The Heartland Film Festival will arrive for a stop this weekend in Franklin at the Artcraft Theatre.

Four of the festival’s best films will be shown. Check out these documentaries and features:

Friday, 7:30 p.m.: “Waffle Street,” feature film

The story follows James Adams (James Lafferty), a former hedge fund manager who is laid off from his job and goes to work at a 24-hour diner. There, he forms an unlikely friendship and learns life lessons under the tutelage of short order cook Edward (Danny Glover).

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Saturday, 2:30 p.m.: “Right Footed,” documentary

Jessica Cox was born without arms as the result of a severe birth defect but beat the odds so many times in myriad ways: an expert martial artist, college graduate and motivational speaker. Cox is also the world’s only armless airplane pilot, a mentor and an advocate for people with disabilities. Directed by Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Nick Spark, “Right Footed” chronicles Cox’s story of overcoming adversity and follows as she becomes a mentor for children with disabilities and their families.

Saturday, 5 p.m.: “Oddball,” feature film

Eccentric chicken farmer Swampy Marsh and his granddaughter, Olivia, attempt to save their seaside town and reunite their family by recruiting their rambunctious dog, Oddball, to guard a colony of endangered fairy penguins from fox attacks.

Saturday, 7:30 p.m.: “One Day in April,” documentary

Fans of Indiana University’s “Little 500” will revel in this documentary, which follows four teams getting ready for the annual bicycle race, telling the story behind the race and about the months or years-long preparation for the event.

Tickets are $6 for all shows; film clips may be viewed at land-film-festival.html.

The theater is at 57 N. Main St., Franklin.