Where’s Amy?: Heartland Film Festival kicks off

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    Heartland Film Festival diehard fans Travis and April Morgan pose on the red carpet with friends Lisa and Bill Boncosky of Zionsville before they took in the sold out screening of “Room,” which will be released to theaters in your neck of the woods soon.
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    Hollywood Actor Jay Huguley (Will Branson on the HBO Series, “Treme,” and Whit Peyton in the Emmy Award-winning ABC TV series, “Brothers & Sisters”) walked the red carpet promoting his film “Sunny in the Dark.”
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    Director, writer and executive producer David Manougian was hands down a crowd favorite with his documentary feature film “The Big Lonely.” The film transports the audience into a world of survival, loneliness, redemption and courage.
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    Producer Jeffrey Brown chats with Julie Easton (Wonder Woman Productions, LLC) on the red carpet about “Listopad,” an official selection narrative feature film that screened at The Heartland Film Festival.
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    President and Chief Executive Officer of The Thirst Project Seth Maxwell enjoys a few laughs on the red carpet with Heartland Director of Marketing and Public Relations Greg Sorvig. Maxwell also serves as a Heartland board member and flew in from Los Angeles to attend the festival.
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    Bazbeaux Pizza owner and Heartland reel sponsor Jeff Berman with Event and Community Outreach Director of Pattern Magazine Laura Walters support Heartland Film’s mission statement to inspire filmmakers and audiences through the transformative power of film.
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    Heartland Director of Marketing and Public Relations Greg Sorvig hangs out on the red carpet with Carmel’s own Chris Hutson, president of DCG: Digital Color Graphics, along with his wife, Michelle, and friends Mimi and Joe Boarini. Hutson also produces banners and signs for many Carmel business and events.
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    Heartland's opening night film, “Room,” included a special Skype interview with director Lenny Abrahamson. The film was sold out and will be hitting theaters in the near future.
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    Stepping out and hamming it up on the red carpet are Heartland fans Sarah Schildmeyer and Georgia Mudd of Geist, Ashily Hoover of Indianapolis and Maddie Cunningham and Amanda Mvstakiem both of Zionsville. They told “Where’s Amy?’ one day they hope to walk on the red carpet for real.
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    Sandra K. Cunningham of Carmel and Jessica Garibay of Geist enjoyed the smooth sounds of jazz at the opening night after party at The Jazz Kitchen. These two best friends attend the festival every year and support Indie Films and the arts.
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    Where’s Amy? had a blast with director/writer Edd Benda and actor Thatcher Robinson (The Toy Soldiers) . These guys know how to keep a room in stitches. Their film, “Superior,” was on my top five films to see at Heartland.
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    “Waffle Street” writer/producer Autumn McAlpin and actor James Lafferty (One Tree Hill, Oculus, Annabelle’s Wish) take time to pose with Heartland bookkeeper and office coordinator Yarquiry Ferrer and filmmaker Mr. Nelms - “Waffle Street” also stars Actor Danny Glover. Lafferty had a huge fan following (including Ferrer) from his role on One Tree Hill.

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