Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) December 4, 2007
Inspired by a true story, the Christmas at Maxwell's DVD is starting to attract media attention as well as critical and audience rave reviews. This a Christmas classic in the making. It is a PG-rated, Dove Foundation award-winning holiday film, which features a compelling story of faith, hope, love and forgiveness. Ed Hynes of MORALITY IN MEDIA, in his column "A View from Riverside Drive" says: Jack Hourigan gives a stunning performance as Suzie Austin both in vibrant good health and in sunken-eyed illness. Andrew May is excellent as Andrew Austin, angry at the doctors, falling short on Suzie's need for emotional support, and struggling to come to terms with the meaning of faith in the face of horrendous adversity. Peggy Moen of THE WANDERER titled her review of Christmas at Maxwell's - "Another Christmas Classic" - http://www.christmasatmaxwells.com/presskit-moen.htm
Andrew May, Jack Hourigan and Helen Welch help bring this compelling story to life. Laufer Film has announced that the official movie DVD (with bonus material) is available and that additional international activity on the film is taking place. The DVD has bonus materials that include a movie commentary by father / daughter film producers Bill and Tiffany Laufer, a behind the scenes featurette, filmographies on the stars Andrew May, Jacqueline "Jack" Hourigan, Helen Welch and others. Check the website for additional information - http://www.christmasatmaxwells.com
The Christmas at Maxwell's theme song, "A Magic Christmas Night", was written by Mike Petrone and sung by BBC artist Helen Welsh and jazz singer Evelyn Wright. It is available for radio air play - visit http://www.christmasatmaxwells.com/wcl-cam-m.htm. The producers are also available for on-air interviews - contact Laufer Film (216) 229-4444.
A blog which deals with spirituality and healing, a main theme of the movie has been set up by Laufer Film, the production company for Christmas at Maxwell's - blog is located at http://www.christmasatmaxwells.com/blog.html.
A Cleveland based company, Laufer Film has been producing features since 1999. Christmas at Maxwell's represents a new type of spiritual movie, one that reaches out to people who are searching for movies with a spiritual message but with mainstream attraction. Audience and critical reception of Christmas at Maxwell's has been favorable and exciting.
Laufer Film com was founded in 1996. It is run by father daughter filmmakers William and Tiffany Laufer. The website for Laufer Film can be found at http://www.lauferfilm.com
Additional information on Christmas at Maxwell's is available on the website and at: http://www.IMDB.com
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