Sarah Troyer (Kiersten in “Purgatory“) is Kristen Dalton in HOMETOWN HOLIDAY. Kristen and Ryan (Bradley Hamilton) meet as guests at a community wedding in Rust Creek (Kristen’s hometown). Once a rising New York theatre star, Kristen came back home because life in the big city didn’t suit her. Ryan, a single Hollywood lawyer, was in town to sign a local rancher as his new client. Kristen mistook Ryan for the rancher, and Ryan went along with it. When Ryan returns to town for Thanksgiving and the holidays, the two of them discover that all is not as it first appeared. HOMETOWN HOLIDAY will air on Super Channel in Canada on 23 December at 8pm, and on UPtv in the US on 23 December at 7pm. A trailer is available on Youtube.
Kat Barrell has a YouTube channel (called Blue-Eyed Bandit) and two of her short films: Cannonball (starring Melanie Mullen), and Dissecting Gwen (with Grace Lynn Kung in the title role), and are on it. Dominique Provost-Chalkley makes an appearance in Cannonball, and the film is dedicated to the late Kent Nolan.
Robert Nogier (John in “Walking After Midnight“) will be Ferris in Scot Westby’s dark comedy JONESIN’, about country boy Deke Jones (Brandon Sklenar), who, in a case of mistaken identity, is abducted and finds himself caught between two somewhat incompetent gangs in unfamiliar urban surroundings. Peter Skagan (Shorty in “Keep the Home Fires Burning“) is also in the cast, as is Reamonn Joshee (Stevie in “I Hope You Dance“). Directed by Scott Westby and written by Kevin Doree, JONESIN’ recently completed filming in Calgary, Alberta. No release date has been announced. Below is a sneak peek video from the first day of production.
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