From the production company of STROKE OF GENIUS, 20th Century Fox's THE ULTIMATE GIFT, AND WFE'S THE CLIMB, TRADE OF INNOCENTS is garnering multiple rave reviews including MovieGuide, Entertainment Tonight and Jeffrey Lyons, among many more. The film tells a compelling story which examines the heart-breaking reality of human trafficking through the efforts of a young American couple in Cambodia who become the only hope to save a trusting young girl from the clutches of a sadistic and inhumane supplier to backalley brothels.Produced by Jim Schmidt, William Bolthouse and Laurie Bolthouse, executive produced Dave Ross. Directed by Christopher Bessette (THE ENEMY GOD.) Starring Academy Award winner Mira Sorvino and Dermot Mulroney. US Theatrical release Fall 2012/International release Spring 2013. Rated PG.
COURAGE, NEW HAMPSHIRE
The mini-series tells of the township COURAGE, NEW HAMPSHIRE, a story based on true events about a tavern keeper and a British army deserter who lead a band of rebel underground soldiers called the "Sons of Liberty" in acts of midnight justice against royal officials attempting to enforce unpopular law in the pre-revolutionary township of Courage, New Hampshire. This detailed look at life while a nation was being built includes romance, political manipulation, intrigue and the everyday tribulations of a God-fearing community as they try to live their lives with integrity in an unsettled land. Directed by James Patrick Riley, COURAGE, NEW HAMPSHIRE stars Basil Hoffman (THE ARTIST,) Alexandra Oliver, Nathan Kershaw and Riley with guest appearances by Joe Massingill (TROUBLE WITH THE CURVE) and Jim Tavare (HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISON OF AZKABAN.) 4 x 60 minute programs in a continuing storyline. US Broadcast: PBS Stations. Recommended by the Dove Organization.
Winner of Best Picture, Best Actress and Best Actor at the summer LA Comedy Film Festival, STEALING ROSES tells of a husband, terrified at the prospect of losing his seriously ill wife, who plans a bank robbery to pay for her medical treatments. Starring Emmy nominees John Heard and Cindy Williams, Emmy and Oscar nominee/Golden Globe winner Bruce Davison and Josie Davis. Directed by Megan Clare Johnson. 96 minutes.
BREAKING THE PRESS
A contemporary retelling of the story of the Prodigal Son set in the exciting arena of Texas high school championship basketball finds prodigy brothers taking different paths in their careers. Starring Drew Waters (TV's Friday Night Nights) and Farah White. Produced and directed by Andrew Stevens (THE WHOLE NINE YARDS, 7 SECONDS, PURSUED.) US Release 20th Century Fox. Recommended by Dove.org 96 minutes
romantic drama is set against the true story of conflicts that boiled
over in a 1925 courtroom pitting two larger-than-life personalities
against each other on Creation vs. Darwin, involving yellow journalism and the horrors of eugenics. Starring Brian
Dennehy, Colm Meaney, Fred Thompson, Ashley Johnson and Nathan West.
Directed by Tom Hines. Produced by Fred Foote. Recommended by Dove.org 91 minutes.