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In the spirit of October as Halloween approaches, here’s a photo of Make Up and Costumes in CHRISTMAS RIDE, the engaging, redemptive “road trip to remember” feature film. From upper left clockwise, H T Altman, Harvey Walden, Don Brooks, Shelley Van de Voort, the Commandos Kevin Thornton, and Jeremy Yarbrough, Kelsey Chamness, Terry Byrd, and Jeff Ward (center).
Congrats to radioman Rob Grayson, the Supernatural Voice in the PG rated CHRISTMAS RIDE movie. He is the local anchor of WKNO’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered which won The Commercial Appeal‘s “Memphis Most” favorites recently.
Tammy King plays a TV reporter in a riveting scene from the feature #film CHRISTMAS RIDE. The movie is rated PG by MPAA.
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The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) studied Christmas Ride and rated it PG, standing for Parental Guidance suggested. More about this association may be found at mpaa.org .
The Classification and Rating Administration (CARA) explains the motion picture industry ratings at their website CARA.org and filmRatings.com. They maintain a searchable database and Twitter feed announcing the ratings of all films processed to help parents make wise viewing decisions about movies for their children.
In the ladder of ratings, PG is quite mild, only one step up from G (for general audiences) in the scale. After that the rungs of the ladder are PG-13, R, NC-17 indicating higher quantity of adult content less likely to be appropriate for teens or children.
(Memphis, TN) This new movie, CHRISTMAS RIDE, is listed in The WRAP among the eligible films for the 2015 Academy Awards. Here is the link: http://www.thewrap.com/oscars-announce-323-films-eligible-for-best-picture/
This film was produced in Tennessee by Art Promotions in cooperation with Yarbrough Media Productions with a cast of 68, forty-five % female.
The CHRISTMAS RIDE movie log line is — After hearing a frightening supernatural warning, a woman takes an urgent road trip south during the Christmas holidays with her two kids and a mysterious neighbor haunted by ghosts from his past. She faces dangerous situations and ultimately she learns a heartbreaking truth which tests the limits of forgiveness.
Playing the role of April in “Christmas Ride,” rated PG, is seven year old (six at the time of shooting) newcomer Reagan Britt Mullins. With only limited acting experience in school and church plays, Reagan took to the filming process quite easily.
This Bartlett Tennessee second grader prepared for each shoot and much to her parent’s pleasure kept up with her studies and didn’t miss a day of school.
When asked about her favorite part of the filming of Christmas Ride Reagan states “I had fun learning from Mr. Jeff (Yarbrough, Director of Photography) and Mr. H. T. (Altman, Principle Actor) and it was fun having Russ (Russell Walden, Principle Actor) as a movie Brother”.
When asked about her favorite scene, Reagan said “I liked when Russ (Josh) and I snuck away in the Sheriff’s office and throwing leaves on Mr. H. T. He was so silly”.
Reagan loves to play soccer and basketball and looks forward to starting third grade this fall. She is active in American Heritage Girls and earns badges like crazy.
Reagan has traveled the country with her parents and just returned from a trip to St Louis where she conquered her fears and made it to the top of the Arch.
Reagan looks forward to continuing her acting career and shooting more inspirational movies like Christmas Ride.
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