Where’s Amy?: Heartland premiere

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    Adam Howell, Heartland director of operations, was ready for the world premiere screening of Big Voice. Howell, a musician from Noblesville, was excited about the film and it’s message about inspiration, hard work and determination.
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    Heartland Marketing Coordinator Sarah Silcox; Summer Daily, filmmaker; David Manougian of “The Big Lonely;” Heartland Executive Assistant Abby Specht; and Artistic Director Tim Irwin enjoy some red carpet fun at the AMC Showplace Traders Point 12 theaters near Zionsville.
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    Where’s Amy? had the chance to chat with producer Aimee Schoof before her film “The Truth About Lies” screened. Schoof said she loved visiting Indiana, meeting all of the friendly people and thought we were lucky to have such an amazing, well-attended film festival.
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    Aspiring actors Evan Espling, Griffin McPhail and Nate Lex enjoy coming to Heartland Film Festival every year because they can meet famous filmmakers and actors. They loved attending the special events at the AMC Premiere Pavilion because they got a unique experience to have a one-on-one connection with filmmakers from all around the world.
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    The AMC Showplace Traders Point near Zionsville had a special Premiere Pavilion Tent where film buffs met filmmakers and actors from all over the world.
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    Zionsville’s own Ray Cortopassi of Fox 59 Morning News brought his entire family to see the World Premiere of “Big Voice.” Cortopassi and his lovely wife, Leslie, sons, Ryan, Drew and Christopher, friend Jakob Gransee and daughter, Tess, loved meeting music teacher and special guests Jeffe Huls and filmmaker Varda Bar-Kar at the after party.
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    Jeffe Huls flew in from California with his partner, Chris Doan, and their 1-year-old son, Simon Huls-Doan. The documentary film “Big Voice” featured choir director Huls and his high school students journey to be the best.
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    Jeffe Huls flew in from California for a surprise appearance at his world premiere documentary film “Big Voice” at the Heartland Film Festival. It was an honor to meet Huls, because “Big Voice” was one of my top five films to see at Heartland.
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    Jeffe Huls had fun catching up with old friends Matt and Lisa Anderson of Indianapolis, who came to see the “Big Voice” world premiere.
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    Seth Maxwell, president and chief executive officer of The Thirst Project, flew in from Los Angeles and attended the world premiere "Big Voice” screening and took time to talk and pose with high school aspiring actors Evan Espying, Nate Lex and Griffin McPhail.
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    Heartland film buff Megan McPhail was thrilled to meet Filmmaker Varda Nar-Kar of “Big Voice” at the VIP after party near Zionsville. McPhail’s son, Griffin, wants to pursue musical theater after he graduates from high school.
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    Heartland Senior Manager and Major Gift Officer Susan Frenzel of Zionsville, Development Director Kristi Baber of Indianapolis, and Wonder Woman Production, LLC Partner/Producer Julie Easton of Atlanta, Ga., loved discussing their favorite Heartland films.
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    Heartland Premiere Pavilion was filled with filmmaker and actors - filmmakers Courtney Ware and Heather Jack loved meeting actor Jay Huguley. Fans had there opportunity to get autographs and photographs with their favorite stars.

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