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Sept 10 – Sept 16, 2012 Edition SEDONA Movie Now on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD
SEDONA/AZ/AUTHORLINK NEWS/September 10, 2012–Sedona (The Movie) has been released nationwide on DVD, Blu-ray and Video On Demand. Dubbed the world’s very first “charming, inspirational, quirky, feel-good, magical, mystical adventure about finding miracles,” the independently produced ‘Sedona’ depicts the profound personal transformations of two stressed-out visitors over the course of one life-altering day in beautiful Sedona, AZ.
The independent film features an array of local actors and residents alongside an amazing all-star cast, including Frances Fisher (Titanic), Seth Peterson (Burn Notice), Christopher Atkins (The Blue Lagoon), Barry Corbin (Northern Exposure), Lin Shaye (Insidious), and Beth Grant (The Artist). After delighting a string of sold-out film festival audiences across the country in 2011, premiering at the hometown Sedona International Film Festival and culminating with the prestigious Hollywood Film Festival, the film had a successful limited theatrical run in early 2012.
In addition to being sold on DVD and Blu-ray through retail outlets, Sedona enters the “new world” of indie film distribution as the first narrative feature on the new “Filmmaker Direct” label, which makes it available On Demand through most major cable, satellite and telco content providers.
In Sedona, successful ad woman Tammy (Fisher) is driving from Portland to Phoenix to meet a big potential client when she’s run off the road by a small airplane making an emergency landing. At first infuriated by the eccentric locals, she gradually begins to suspect that she may have ended up in Sedona for a reason as she waits for the local mechanic to repair her car and faces her difficult past for the very first time. Meanwhile, amidst the towering red boulders, workaholic lawyer Scott (Peterson), his partner Eddie, and their two sons embark on a hiking trip that turns unexpectedly tense when seven-year-old Denny disappears into the sun-scorched landscape. As Scott searches frantically for his missing son, he realizes that his priorities have somehow gotten all mixed up and he begins to put his life into some much needed perspective. As night falls, both Tammy and Scott find their skepticism about Sedona fading with the setting sun.