Where’s Amy?: Broyles film launch


Sixteen-year-old Carmel filmmaker Luke Broyles came back to Indiana to screen his feature length film “The Battles That Changed Us” at the beautiful Howard L. Schrott Center for the Arts. Broyles just completed his freshman year of high school at Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan and has been passionate about filmmaking since the age of 6. He has won over 60 notable laurels across the globe and is already at work on his next feature. “Where’s Amy” was at the Red Carpet VIP Party and Premiere … which was packed with family, friends and supporters of Luke. “The Battles That Changed Us” is a story about four young men and their journeys fighting in the Civil War. The props and uniforms were 100 percent authentic and many of the scenes were shot with Civil War Reenactors from across the nation. The film also benefited a charity called PEACE ranch which helps veterans with PTSD and rescued therapeutic horses. Be sure to keep an eye out for this young filmmaker … he is on a roll! For more information on Luke Broyles and his films visit: lukeproductions.org