‘A Home for the Holidays’ Set for November Release: Shannon Elizabeth and Daniel Cudmore Star

A Home For The Holidays

101 Films International, in collaboration with Trinity Creative Partnership, has announced the upcoming release of their festive drama, ‘A Home for the Holidays.’ The movie will be available on Digital and VOD platforms from November 7th, 2023.

Set against the picturesque backdrop of the Rocky Mountains, this family holiday drama promises to tug at the heartstrings of its audience. Starring the talented Shannon Elizabeth, known for her roles in ‘American Pie’ and ‘Scary Movie,’ alongside Daniel Cudmore, a recognizable face from ‘X-Men’ and ‘Twilight,’ the film promises a blend of romance and drama that’s perfect for the festive season.

The story revolves around Ella, a local hardware store owner who, after years of efforts, manages to acquire an old abandoned mansion in a quaint Colorado town. Her joy is short-lived, as the heir of the mansion’s original owner comes knocking, intending to take back what was once his.


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The duo of Kyle Cooper and Jason Wan Lim, who has earlier worked on ‘Blood Mountain,’ share the directorial credits. Interestingly, this marks Kyle Cooper’s inaugural venture into the realm of feature films. Steve Goldsworthy penned the heartwarming screenplay, while the production was helmed by Cooper, Wan Lim, and Michael Walker. The movie is presented under the label of Amcomri and 101 Films.

A Home For The Holidays

With the holiday season just around the corner, ‘A Home for the Holidays’ is set to be a warm addition to the slate of films that audiences can enjoy with their families. Its intriguing plot and the seasoned cast make it one to watch out for this November.

For those who love tales of love, family, and the spirit of the holidays, this movie promises a wholesome cinematic experience. Keep an eye out for its digital release on the 7th of November.

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