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Springfield Area Appreciation for ACS Live!

TMP Studios, A Christmas Snow Live! and the Starlite Theatre are pleased to announce a special $20 ticket price for Greene and Christian county residents in Missouri. This marks a 45% savings off the regular ticket price for these residents.

When asked to comment on the extended area appreciation policy writer/director of A Christmas Snow Live! Tracy J Trost said, “We know how important the support of those in these counties are to new shows in Branson and we wanted to show them our thanks with this special offer.”

The new $20 ticket price went into affect on December 1st and will remain all through the run of the show during the entire month of December. A Christmas Snow Live! stars Muse Watson (Mike Franks of NCIS), Catherine Mary Stewart (Weekend at Bernie’s, Days of our Lives) and Cameron ten Napel (The Lamp, Cool Dog) and is based on the heartwarming film by the same name.

In order to take advantage of this offer residents of Greene and Christian counties need to call the Starlite Box office at: 1-888-801-9799 and ask for the Springfield Extended Area Appreciation offer. Then when picking up their tickets they will need to show a photo ID with their address in these areas.

• Not valid with other discounts or promotions • Purchaser may bring one (1) guest for the same price. • Price may be subject to change at any time without notice • Price not valid for special events • Call ahead to reserve tickets • Tickets subject to availability • All sales final • Valid for new purchases only.

Catherine Mary Stewart to give Keynote Address at KGBX Women’s Show

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February 16, 2011

Actress Catherine Mary Stewart To Deliver Keynote Address At The 13th Annual KGBX Women’s Show on February 26th

Tulsa, OK ~  Catherine Mary Stewart’s career as an actress has spanned over 30 years in theatre, film and television.  She began her career in London, England, but was soon drawn to Hollywood and there was cast as the original Kayla Brady in the popular soap opera, Days of Our Lives. She is best known for her lead roles in Weekend at Bernie’s, The Last Starfighter and the cult hit film Night of the Comet. Most recently she has appeared in several TV movies for Lifetime, including My Daughter’s Secret, Dead at 17 and My Neighbor’s Secret and on the Hallmark Channel, including Sharp Shooter, Generation Gap and Class. Catherine is proud to have had the lead role of Kathleen in the feature film A Christmas Snow and is excited to reprise the character in A Christmas Snow Live at the Starlite Theatre in Branson, November 2011.

Stewart will deliver the KGBX Women’s Show Keynote entitled Take Charge and Recharge on Saturday February 26th at 12:45 pm on the main stage. In this empowering presentation, she speaks candidly about her life as an actress and shares how she juggles career, motherhood, marriage and why it is important to take time for yourself. Autographs and pictures will take place immediately following her Keynote address at the table next to the main stage.

This year the KGBX Women’s Show will be held on Saturday February 26th from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds E-Plex, Springfield, MO. For more information visit www.KGBX.com

Catherine Mary Stewart

Catherine’s career has spanned over a period of 30 years, and over 50 different productions from film to television to theater, in England, Canada and the United States. She was living in London studying dance, acting and singing, when she was cast in her first professional acting role as the lead in the rock musical The Apple.  The Apple was chosen to open the Montreal World Film Festival in 1980 and has since developed a cult following and was recently screened at Lincoln Center in New York City.

Catherine moved to Los Angeles in 1981 and soon after landed a contract with Days of Our Lives originating the role of Kayla Brady. During Catherine’s tenure with “Days” she was cast in the lead role of “Maggie” in The Last Starfighter.  Catherine found steady employment as an actor in movies, including the cult classic Night of the Comet, the 50’s teen comedy Mischief, as well as the female lead in the very popular Weekend at Bernie’s.

A variety of television features and miniseries have also given Catherine the opportunity to work alongside such luminaries as Robert Mitchum, Jean Simmons, Robert Stack and Karl Malden.  She co-starred with Charles Bronson and Christopher Reeve i n the acclaimed TNT movie The Sea Wolf. She also starred alongside Candice Bergen, Rod Steiger, Anthony Hopkins and Angie Dickinson in the widely publicized Hollywood Wives, and played the Joan Collins character as a young woman aging from early teens to mid-twenties in Sins.  Stewart received accolades for her work on the mini-series Passion and Paradise with Armand Assante and Rod Steiger.

Most recently she has appeared in several TV movies for Lifetime, including My Daughter’s Secret, Dead at 17 and My Neighbor’s Secret and on the Hallmark Channel, including Sharp Shooter, Generation Gap and Class. Catherine is proud to have had the lead role in the feature film A Christmas Snow, released in October of 2010. She will reprise her screen role of Kathleen in A Christmas Snow Live on the stage in November 2011 at the Starlite Theatre in Branson. www.StarliteTheatre.com

For more information on Catherine Mary Stewart visit www.CatherineMaryStewart.net

Contact: Rhonda Boudreaux •Trost Moving Pictures

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A Christmas Snow Wins 4 Golden Drovers

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February 1, 2011

Trost Moving Pictures Wins Big At The 2011 Trail Dance Film Festival – A Christmas Snow Receives Best of Festival & Muse Watson Wins Best Actor

Tulsa, OK ~ A Christmas Snow, the second feature film for director Tracy J Trost, walked off with high honors Sunday night at the 2011 Trail Dance Film Festival in Duncan, Oklahoma. Nominated in five categories, A Christmas Snow received four, including Best of Oklahoma FilmBest Feature DramaBest Actor (Muse Watson) and then honored with the top award Best of Festival. The multiple award-winning Trost took Best Feature Narrative at the 2010 Trail Dance Film Festival for his first feature film Find Me. Trost was honored with Best Feature Film in a Drama category at the 2010 XP Media International Film Festival. The iconic actor Muse Watson received the Trail Dance Film Festival Best Actor honor for his extraordinary performance as Sam in A Christmas Snow.

A Christmas Snow is a brilliant film with an ensemble that does an amazing job of portraying the dysfunctional and complicated lives of three people with a director whose storytelling compels us to take a look at our own lives.

The A Christmas Snow stage version goes into production in October with performances starting November 1, 2011 and running through the Christmas season at the Starlite Theatre in Branson, MO.  Original cast members Muse Watson, Catherine Mary Stewart and Cameron ten Napel will reprise their roles as Sam, Kathleen and Lucy.

You can find the A Christmas Snow DVD, novel, soundtrack and Sam’s Journal: Restored, written by the director of A Christmas Snow Tracy J Trost, in stores nationwide. Visit www.AChristmasSnow.com for news and updates.

Trost’s newest film, The Lamp, starring Jason London, Meredith Salenger, L. Scott Caldwell, Sarah Brown and Cameron ten Napel, with Muse Watson and Lou Gossett, Jr. will be released in the Fall of 2011.

About Trost Moving Pictures:

Trost Moving Pictures is an independent film production company based in Tulsa, OK. Their first two films, Find Me and A Christmas Snow, have won numerous awards at film festivals around the country, including Best Feature and Best Actor.

They are in post production on their third feature film, The Lamp with best-selling author Jim Stovall, who wrote The Ultimate GiftThe Lamp stars Jason London, Meredith Salenger, L Scott Caldwell, Sarah Brown, Cameron ten Napel with Muse Watson and Louis Gossett Jr. and will be released Spring 2011. You can find out more information at: www.TrostMovingPictures.com

For interviews with director Tracy J Trost and cast of A Christmas Snow please contact:

Rhonda Boudreaux • Trost Moving Pictures Publicity

Satellite office: 913-780-4035 •RDBoudreaux1@aol.com

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Cameron ten Napel as Lucy in, A Christmas Snow LIVE!

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January 25, 2011
Contact: Rhonda Boudreaux
Trost Moving Picture
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Tracy J Trost Reunites Cast
Cameron ten Napel To Revise Role As Lucy
In The Live Stage Production of A Christmas Snow

Tulsa, OK ~ Actress Cameron ten Napel, is heading to the stage to join co-stars Muse Watson and Catherine Mary Stewart in the adaption of the highly acclaimed film A Christmas Snow. Cameron will reprise her screen role as Lucy, the bratty yet loveable daughter of Kathleen’s (Catherine Mary Stewart) fiancé. The Tracy J Trost stage production of A Christmas Snow will open at the Starlite Theatre in Branson, MO November 1st, 2011.

“I can’t wait to do this all over again” says Cameron. “Working with Tracy, Cathy and Muse again is a dream come true for me!  Our whole family and lots of friends are making plans to spend the holidays in Branson – what a lucky girl I am!”

This 11 year-old Dallas native got her start in commercials and television, making a dramatic turn in her career as she took on the role of Lucy in 2010’s favorite holiday movie A Christmas Snow and as Josh in the soon to be released Trost Moving Pictures’ film The Lamp, starring Jason London.  The actress is making her professional stage debut in the live production of A Christmas Snow.

A Christmas Snow Live goes into production in October with performances starting November 1st, 2011 and running through the Christmas season at the Starlite Theatre in Branson, MO.

About Cameron ten Napel:

Raised in the Dallas area, Cameron ten Napel began acting at the age of four. Soon after working with acting coach Cathryn Sullivan she signed with the prestigious Kim Dawson Agency.  Now 11, Cameron has already built an enviable resume including over 20 commercials; both local and national, and appeared in the popular children’s program Barney and Friends. Cameron has also filmed A House Divided, a pilot for ABC, alongside actor Dillon McDermott, and directed by Michael Rymer. Last year she played Amy in the feature film Cool Dog, directed by Danny Lerner for Millennium Films. Her second feature A Christmas Snow is available in stores nationally and she just wrapped on The Lamp starring Jason London that will be released in theaters Fall 2011.

About Trost Moving Pictures:

Trost Moving Pictures is an independent film production company based in Tulsa, OK. Their first two films, Find Me and A Christmas Snow, have won numerous awards at film festivals around the country, including Best Feature and Best Actor.

They are in post production on their third feature film, The Lamp with best-selling author Jim Stovall, who wrote The Ultimate Gift. The Lamp stars Jason London, Meredith Salenger, L Scott Caldwell, Sarah Brown, Cameron ten Napel with Muse Watson and Louis Gossett Jr. and will be released Fall 2011. You can find out more information at: www.TrostMovingPictures.com

Get 2 DVDs for the Price of 1

A Christmas Snow DVDA Christmas Snow is on sale at Family Christian Stores this weekend only! You can get the DVD for only $9.99 on their website here and save 50% or get it in stores for only $8.99 and save 55% (click here to find a store near you). That means you can get 2 DVDs for the price of 1 or less than the price of one!!! There are limited supplies at each store so move quickly to get your copies right away.

What many people are doing is buying one copy for their own family and a second to give away to another family this Christmas, so they can share the message of forgiveness and reconciliation.

A Christmas Snow has been touching peoples lives and hearts at the more than 200 screenings around the country and now on TV (channel listings here) and we just received a report of a father who is hoping to reconnect with his daughters this Christmas after watching the film. For us, stories like this represent true success for all of us here at Trost Moving Pictures.

Thank you to all of our friends, family, and fans who have told others about A Christmas Snow, the Novel, Sam’s Journal: Restored, and the Soundtrack. It is because of you that so many lives are being changed this Christmas Season!

About A Christmas Snow: A Christmas Snow stars Catherine Mary Stewart, Muse Watson, Cameron ten Napel, and Anthony Tyler Quinn and is a heart warming story of forgiveness and reconciliation. It has won best picture at the XP Media Film Festival and has been officially selected to many others.

World Premiere – Just 8 Days Away

The World Premiere of A Christmas Snow is only 8 days away and it’s shaping up to be an event you don’t want to miss. While many won’t be able to attend the event in person we’ll have updates, photos, and more for you on the A Christmas Snow facebook page so be sure to check it out next weekend and the following week.

Catherine Mary Stewart, Muse Watson, Anthony Tyler Quinn, Cameron ten Napel, Danny Cahill, Jim Stovall, Chad Gundersen, and Tracy J Trost will all be at the Premiere and walking the Red Carpet along with local celebrities as well.

It’s sure to be a great event and just a few days later Trost Moving Pictures and the Emmy Award-winning Narrative Television Network will begin filming their next project, The Lamp which is based on the book by best-selling author Jim Stovall who wrote, The Ultimate Gift and the Novelization of A Christmas Snow. You can stay up to date and find out more about The Lamp on the facebook page.

A Christmas Snow the DVD, Novel, Soundtrack, and the companion book: Restored – 11 Gifts for a Complete Life written by award winning director Tracy J Trost will also be released in stores nationwide on October 8th the day of the Premiere but in order to make sure you get your own copy your best bet is to pre-order them now here.

A Christmas Snow Wins Best Feature Film

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August 30, 2010
Media contact: Rhonda Boudreaux
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Trost Moving Pictures Announce
A Christmas Snow WINS Best Feature Film
At XP Media International Film Festival

Tulsa, OK ~  A Christmas Snow, a film that was made entirely in Tulsa, Oklahoma on an independent budget, won Best Feature Film in the Drama category, at the XP Media International Film Festival on Saturday.  A Christmas Snow is widely and enthusiastically being embraced by audiences everywhere. The director of the inspiring film, Tracy J Trost brings us a heartwarming tale of faith, family, and forgiveness.

Starring Catherine Mary Stewart, Muse Watson, Anthony Tyler Quinn and Cameron ten Napel, A Christmas Snow will be available in stores and online on October 8, 2010.

When asked about the award Trost commented, “It’s always an honor to be recognized by your peers and it’s a testament to the incredible cast and crew of ‘A Christmas Snow‘. This award is all of ours and I was happy to represent the team.”

Tracy J Trost & Muse Watson accept Best Feature Award
Muse & Tracy Accept the Award

In addition to the award was a $2,500 cash prize, which Trost promptly donated back to the festival instructing them to create the Muse Watson Scholarship for next year with an award for Best Up & Coming Actor in order to help those just getting in the business.

The multi award-winning Trost also sat on the directors panel for a Q & A and discussion session along with director David Nixon (Letters to God) and actor/producer/director Corbin Bernsen (Rust).

This is Trost’s second award winning film, his high-energy thriller Find Me established his skills as a director, winning several awards including Best Feature.

A Christmas Snow: www.AChristmasSnow.com

For Kathleen, (Catherine Mary Stewart) Christmas has always been an unwelcome reminder of her father’s abandonment almost 30 years ago. Although she has tried to forget her past, it has not forgotten her, and in the days leading up to Christmas an unforgiving blizzard traps her in her own home with two unlikely roommates. Sam (Muse Watson), a gentle older man Kathleen took in for the night and Lucy (Cameron ten Napel), the daughter of her soon to be fiancé (Anthony Tyler Quinn) bring her face to face with the hurts of her past.  Will she be able to let go and grab hold of a life changing forgiveness or will she continue to be haunted by the pain of the past?

About Trost Moving Pictures:

Trost Moving Pictures is an independent film studio based in Tulsa, OK that is making waves in the entertainment arena. Their first film Find Me, is available now and is based on the sport of geo caching. It follows two college students who get caught up in a deadly game involving the kidnapping of a Senator’s son and has been awarded both Best Feature and Best Actor at multiple film festivals. TMP’s second film, A Christmas Snow is set to be released nationwide on October 8, 2010. For more information on TMP – www.trostmovingpictures.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TMPics

Media Contact: Rhonda Boudreaux
Trost Moving Pictures Publicity
913-780-4035
RDBoudreaux1@aol.com

The Family Film: A Christmas Snow Publicity Tour

That’s right, we’re putting the “Family” back in Family Film later this month, when Tracy J Trost (Co-writer and Director of A Christmas Snow) and myself (Joe Jestus) will be traveling the country with our families in 2 RVs for the A Christmas Snow publicity tour. The Trost Moving Pictures Family RV Caravan will travel over 7,000 miles when all is said and done and have visited almost 20 states.

We’ll be visiting TV stations, Radio stations, newspapers, and websites with our families as we proudly wear the hat of A Christmas Snow the movie ambassadors and share the heartwarming story of forgiveness and reconciliation that Catherine Mary Stewart, Muse Watson, Anthony Tyler Quinn, Cameron ten Napel, and the rest of the cast brought to life.

We’ve made a page here on the A Christmas Snow site where you can see where we’re tweeting from, look at pictures, and even videos from along the way. Plus, if you’re on facebook you can comment right on the page and tell us what you like (or don’t like), ask questions, or just let us know if we might see you at an upcoming stop.

We would love to hear from you about the heartwarming Christmas film that we are hoping brings countless families back together again this Christmas season. We’ve already begun to hear great stories of how watching A Christmas Snow has affected people. So pipe in on the page as we travel around and be on the lookout as Friday night is movie night and we’ll be stopping in a few places to hold special screenings of the film.

Click here and bookmark the page now and on July 26th get ready for the A Christmas Snow adventure to begin.

ACS Publicity Tour

Remember that you can bring a screening of A Christmas Snow to your church, organization, or ministry. Visit our friends at: www.hearstonepictures.com and bring this years most anticipated Christmas film (the distribution guys make me say that) to your group for a screening, even before it’s available in stores.

Recap of the 2nd Public Screening at ICRS

Catherine Mary Stewart on the Big Screen at ICRS

First off, I want to thank the hundreds of ICRS attendees who came by Tuesday night to see the 2nd Public Screening of A Christmas Snow starring Catherine Mary Stewart, Muse Watson, Cameron ten Napel, and Anthony Tyler Quinn. It was great to see you all there and to watch the film with you.

For Tracy J Trost the director of the film and myself it was an interesting time. We are proud of the work that everyone did in making A Christmas Snow. The cast and crew were incredible and they have worked together to make a wonderful and heartwarming family Christmas film. At the same time, it’s always a bit nerve racking to share it with others. The big difference at ICRS too, was that it was screening for the first time to people who really weren’t connected to us or the project in any way. Our first screening was with the crew, family, friends, and fans of the cast and while it’s always good to get great reviews from those groups you still wonder what a crowd of strangers would say.

With that said, Tracy took the stage, loosened up the crowd a little, gave away a screener copy, and then the lights went down. The movie started and it looked amazing on the big screen, a testament to the thousands of hours of work the crew put into making it. I probably watched the crowd more than the film and as time passed, the laughs started, and to our surprise even more laughs. The audience laughed more than at our first screening, we were relieved.

If you were following us on twitter at: twitter.com/TMPics you would have gotten the update about whether or not I should tell them the tears will start soon. I didn’t tell them… and they started. I watched as person after person began to wipe tears from their eyes as the movie came to a close. It was an incredible feeling and such a wonderful experience. I wish you could have all been there.

For us at Trost Moving Pictures our goal is simple, I’m looking forward to the emails, tweets, posts, and letters from those who have seen A Christmas Snow and were so moved, that this Christmas they contacted their mom, dad, daughter, son, brother, sister, or whoever and made an effort to restore a relationship that was previously lost. It’s not about sales or charts (although those can be nice), for us… for me… my number one goal is a book of stories, of lives changed and families, friends, and relationships restored. I hope you will join with us on this adventure and I thank you for coming with us already so far.

With hope for a Very Merry Christmas,

Joe Jestus – Trost Moving Pictures

Cameron ten Napel