Faith Based Movie YELLOW DAY to Release in North America, Today
Vision Films is set to release faith-based family movie YELLOW DAY on VOD platforms in NORTH AMERICA on December 27th 2016. The release will coincide with special community church screenings across the country, following its previous successful limited theatrical release.Starring Drew Seeley ("Another Cinderella Story," "High School Musical"), Lindsey Shaw ("Pretty Little Liars," "Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide") and Ashley Boettcher ("Lost in Oz," "Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street"), "Yellow Day" is a love story and spiritual adventure intertwined with beautiful animation sequences that give it a contemporary, yet magical fairy-tale feel. Yellow Day at Camp Grace celebrates miracles, faith and community-but for one young man, it's the chance to find his true love. For what appears as an ordinary celebration day, is one of miracles, visions, and life changing journeys. This young man takes the help of a mysterious guide appearing spritely little girl, and takes an imaginative adventure, witnessing true heroes, daring feats, and learning great lessons. Thus his true love becomes much more, showing him him how hope and love conquer all. "Yellow Day" was written and created by G.P. Galle Jr, Directed by Carl Lauten and produced by Robert Gros, and with Marsha Posner Williams and Blake Hester. The movie was inspired by true stories of real life heroes in the special needs, chronic illnesses, and survivors of domestic abuse communities at the extraordinary Camp Grace in Mobile, Alabama. Galle says: "We believe that we can promote family and community in fresh and original ways, which is what the Yellow Day vision encompasses. Our movie promotes good living, true selflessness, and a giving spirit. It also promotes imagination, creativity, and originality." "Yellow Day" is 98-minutes long and will be available to rent or own from all major VOD platforms on December 27th 2016, courtesy of Vision Films. Managing Director / CEO of Vision Films Lise Romanoff says: "I was so touched and inspired by the concept that every day can be a "yellow day". This is a pure 'feel good' film for everyone from 6 to 60 to watch with their families in the New Year."