Following a successful limited theatrical release, Vision Films has released faith-based family movie “Yellow Day” on VOD platforms in North America. There are also special community church screenings across the country, with DVD release anticipated in a few weeks. “Yellow Day” is a love story and spiritual adventure intertwined with beautiful animation sequences that give it a contemporary, yet magical fairy-tale feel.
Camp Grace celebrates miracles, faith, and community on ‘Yellow Day’ but this one is no ordinary celebration day… at least not for one young man. The chance to find true love his young man takes him on an imaginative adventure, with the help of a mysterious guide, witnessing true heroes, daring feats, and learning great lessons. His quest for true love becomes much more, as he learns how hope and love conquer all.
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, “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 film stars 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 98-minutes long and will be available to rent or own from all major VOD platforms on December 27, 2016, courtesy of Vision Films. Learn more at yellowdaymovie.com