Where’s Amy: 48 Hour Film Project

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    It was a family affair for Carmel resident Clark Crosser founder of LDR Studios at the 48 Hour Project. Crosser’s entry was a buddy themed film where his crew and actors traveled all over the map including a crazy boat ride and hot air balloon expedition. I loved meeting his children who said they support him 110 percent. They took time to pose for “Where’s Amy?” minutes before the event began, Sydney, Elysa, Mark, Clark and actor Ted Gransbury were ready to take their seats and enjoy the festival.
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    It was movie night at the IMA for Carmel’s own Owen, Shani and Max Stiles with husband Mark Nash at the 48 Hour Film Project. Both Shani and Mark are professional actors and their two sons are following in their footsteps. Be on the lookout for the entire family to star in an upcoming local indie film “The Homecoming” soon.
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    “DESSERT,” produced by local film company Swipe Left Productions, was the grand winner of the 48 Hour Film Festival - Indianapolis. Here is the cast beaming with excitement after they heard the news announced at midnight at the IMA. Wilson Mack, Ashley Ratliff, Heath Benfield, Elizabeth Friesland and Luke Woody - Next stop Hollywood, to compete in the 48 Hour competition representing Indiana.
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    “Where’s Amy?” loved catching up with Carmel theater buffs Kurt Pantzer, owner of Resilient Business Services, Center for the Performing Arts House Manager Michelle McCarel, and Scott Tucker, owner of Talent Fusion Modeling Agency, Indianapolis. Pantzer was part of a film called “Family Laundry” at the 48 Hour Project.
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    The 48 Hour Film Project could not happen each year without executive director of Big Car Collaborative Jim Walker, Zionsville resident and partner of Somerville's Holly Sommers, and Anne Laker, Big Car director of cultural programs. Big Car hosts the 48 Hour Film Project every year, and the organization also works hard to bring art to people and people to art, sparking creativity in lives to transform communities. I look forward to the 48 Hour Film Project every year because it gives local Indie filmmakers a chance to see their talent and hard work on the big screen. “Where’s Amy?” … I am always supporting and watching Indiana filmmakers shine.

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