“Snow Men” Releases To Theaters This Weekend

MOVIE TO MOVEMENT INVITES FAMILIES TO THE MOVIES THIS WEEKEND, TO PARTICIPATE WITH THEIR CITIES IN NATIONAL “MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY,” SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, DURING NATIONAL ANTI-BULLYING AWARENESS MONTH, FOR THE “FAMILY MOVIE EVENT OF THE YEAR”

 

National canned food drive gives back to communities and offers free admission to the opening of the new film SNOWMEN, an anti-bullying & heart-warming family film, produced by Steve McEveety

Los Angeles, CA (October 20, 2011) – Jason Jones, founder of Movie to Movement, a non-profit organization dedicated to producing and promoting films that make a difference, invites families to the movies this weekend, for the “Family Movie Event of the Year.” SNOWMEN, a heartfelt family comedy, premiers this Friday, October 21 and will play all weekend in select theaters. In an effort to promote life, love and beauty, Movie to Movement is doing its part for national “Make A Difference Day” on Saturday, October 22and National Anti-Bullying Awareness Month throughout October.

 

Make A Difference Day” is held annually on the fourth Saturday in October, to inspire Americans to take action and help change the world by helping others. October is National Anti-Bullying Month to bring more attention to bullying across the country and explore solutions to the problem, including cyber bullying legislation.

 

In accordance with such important goals, Movie to Movement is giving away free admission for SNOWMEN to the first 300 people to bring canned goods (minimum of one canned good per ticket) to select theatres across the country.

 

Who: SNOWMEN FILM OPENING / MOVIE TO MOVEMENT

 

WHAT: FREE SNOWMEN TICKET GIVEAWAY & CANNED FOOD DRIVE

 

Where: VARIOUS CITIES NATIONWIDE

 

When: October 22, 2011

From Steve McEveety, the producer of The Passion of the Christ, the film stars Bobby Coleman (The Last Song, Martian Child), Ray Liotta (Wild Hogs), Bobb’e J. Thompson (Role Models), Josh Flitter (Ace Ventura Jr.) and Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future 1-3, Who Framed Roger Rabbit). SNOWMEN won the Audience Award at the 2011 Dallas International Film Festival, was named Best Feature Film at the 2011 SPROCKETS Toronto International Film Festival for Children and Youth, won the Heartland Film Festival’s Truly Moving Picture Award, and the First-Runner Up Audience Award at the Tribeca Film Festival. The Dove Foundation and the Parents Television Council also gave the film their seals of approval.

 

SNOWMEN is a humorous and heartfelt coming-of-age story about three unlikely heroes and the winter that changed their lives forever. After a surprising discovery in the snow catapults three small-town boys into the spotlight, the best friends hatch a plan to be remembered forever by setting a Guinness World Records® title. Along the way, the trio battles schoolyard bullies, unites their community and discovers that – while fame may be fleeting – true friendship lasts forever.

 

Bobby Coleman (playing Billy Kirkfield) says, “I hope bullies see SNOWMEN… I hope kids see this movie that are bullying other people and really realize what they’re doing, that it doesn’t actually help them… it hurts them to bully other people.”

 

For more information visit: www.movietomovement.com.

ABOUT JASON JONES

Jason is not only a film producer but a humanitarian activist and at one time was the host of The Facts of Life, a radio show, broadcast worldwide. He has appeared on ABC’s Politically Incorrect, Fox and CNN. Jason is the founder & CEO of Movie to Movement, a company which aims at producing & promoting films that make a difference through transforming culture with a message of beauty, truth, and love. Jason is Co-Executive Producer of BELLA, recipient of The People’s Choice Award at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival. Because of the film’s strong message, he created the BELLA HERO PROGRAM which provides free screenings of the film in pregnancy care centers, on school campuses and in prisons. Jason’s other filmography credits include: Associate Producer of The Stoning of Soraya M. [2008], which won both the NAACP Image Award in 2010, and the L.A. Film Festival Award in 2009; Crescendo [2011]; and Eyes to See [2010].

 

ABOUT MOVIE TO MOVEMENT

MOVIE TO MOVEMENT is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to producing and promoting films that make a difference; championing causes, issues & topics, which are important & relevant to culture. The Movie to Movement team believes that “we change culture, but first we must change Hollywood.” By going to see MOVIE TO MOVEMENT promoted films, movie goers will support good films and send a message to Hollywood that more need to be made.

 

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