November 7, 2007

Noelle the Movie

Fellow homeschooling family, David and Kerry Wall, have produced and are starring in a new holiday family film entitled, "Noelle." David Wall is writer/producer/director and stars along with his wife, Kerry, and three of their four children. The movie is due in theaters this December 7th.

You can see the movie trailer here: http://www.noellethemovie.com/

The movie synopsis is:

"Father Jonathan Keene - a cold, impatient Catholic priest arrives in a tiny fishing village the week before Christmas to do what he does best: shut down a dying parish. But things take an unexpected turn as he becomes entangled in the various lives of the village's eccentric characters, including their beautiful librarian, the childlike priest he is displacing, and the magical experience of Mrs. Worthington's legendary Christmas Party, where everyone is welcome and anything is possible."

The trailer of the movie suggests great family fun and delivers a heartwarming Christmas message. You can contact the producers at their weblink above to inquire about movie locations and other opportunities to support this film (renting an entire theater for your church or organization).

Rated: PG

6 comments:

Kerry Wall said...

Hi Shiloh Mom,
Thanks for featuring our film NOELLE on your blog! Opening day is Dec. 7 and we need all the support we can get. This is has been a family production from the beginning and from our family to yours we hope you love the gift of NOELLE. Please go to the website to find out where it will be playing starting Dec. 7.
Thanks again!
Kerry Wall
Volo Films

ShilohMom said...

I am looking forward to seeing your movie -- I hope it will play here in Phoenix. It is always so nice to have a Christmas family movie to go and see.

Anonymous said...

I am so excited to hear about this movie. I'm a member of a struggling church and have been focused on outreach in our church now for almost 30 years. We are in rough times right now as we have been sometimes in the past. I need to see this movie as do the members of our church. I appreciate the Walls for creating this movie. I'm anxious to find out more about the plot line and do hope that it will play in Salem, OR soon where we can see it.

Anonymous said...

I do not support this movie. I'm particularly concerned about the priest agreeing with the librarian that she does not believe in the virgin birth - a tenant of our Christian faith. I would not take my children to a film that portrays infidelity.
According to the Catholic League, it is not as positive as the director leads you to believe. See that article here: http://www.catholicleague.org/release.php?id=1363

rhonda said...

I saw this film tonight, and am so grateful I had a few hours to myself, and just discovered it at the last minute when I looked up what to see. We really need to promote this film thru word of mouth. It's such a witty,truthful story of God's love for us all, with all our faults and imperfections. Thanks to the Walls for bringing us this message.

ed said...

i saw the movie opening night with my wife Sandra who actually has a part in the movie as the wife of Ari the older gentleman in the bed that loves to sing.This movie shows us just how much our God loves us and that he is the "God of second and more chances"
and that no matter who we are priest, pastor, rabbi,we are all human and weak in some area of life, but thanks to His grace and Mercy there is always forgiveness and hope