WARRICK CO., Ind. (WFIE) - A local film maker is challenging his viewers to think outside the box when it comes to their way of life.
His film title “Love: Undivided” is set to premiere Friday night.
Director Logan Miller tells us the main goal for the film is to spark conversation, after our country saw months of civil unrest this summer.
The film documents a group of friends holding conversations about their experiences with racism, culture and growing up in the Tri-State.
Miller says he hopes this film will be received as a call to action.
“So it leaves you challenged to really face some of the things in your life that maybe need reconciled, while at the same time, stepping out of your comfort zone to say, okay I am going to stop living in this little box. I am going to step outside of it, and I’m going to start doing life with people who don’t necessarily look like me,” said Miller.
The film crew held a private screening last week in Warrick County. He tells us the film is slated to premiere Friday night on YouTube at 7:30, and the crew will host a live chat with viewers to continue the conversation.
The film is now available to stream on Amazon Prime.