FilmRise Picks Up Rights to Children’s Title ‘Lilly’s Light: The Movie’

AVOD streaming network and studio FilmRise has acquired worldwide distribution rights to the children’s musical adventure Lilly’s Light: The Movie.

The film stars Sherry Hursey (“Home Improvement,” Bring It On), and co-stars Mindy Sterling (“Austin Powers” franchise, “iCarly”), Philece Sampler (“Stanley”) and Fred Willard (Best in Show, Mascots).

Hursey portrays Lilly, a loving foster mom and the keeper of an enchanted lighthouse. With her spirited crew of kids, their exotic talking pets and zany friends, Lilly uses joy, love, laughter and song as her tools and shows everyone that life is full of possibilities.

Lilly’s Light: The Movie is a great representation of FilmRise’s move into the children’s space,” FilmRise CEO Danny Fisher said in a statement. “We are confident that this film will speak to parents and children looking for a unique program that promotes open minds and a world of possibilities.”

The title includes song contributions by Oscar-nominated and Emmy-, Grammy-, Tony Award-winning singer/songwriter Kenny Loggins and Songwriter Hall of Fame inductee Steve Dorff, who has written nine No. 1 film songs and 15 Top 10 hits.

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FilmRise is teaming up with Gathr at Home for a nationwide virtual theatrical release of Lilly’s Light: The Movie, kicking off with an at home screening premiere event Nov. 21 to coincide with U.N. International Children’s Day celebrations. The virtual premiere includes a live post-screening event with performances and special appearances by the cast and crew, including the film’s star and producer Hursey, co-star Sterling, Gregory Paul Martin (A Walk in the Clouds, Memoirs of an Invisible Man), San Diego Circus Center’s Jean Luc Martin, Rick Cowling (musical composer, “Modern Family,” “Phineaus and Ferb”) and Jordyn Curet (“Life Hacks for Kids”) plus a Q&A with children’s programming consultant Dr. Gordon L. Berry, as well as a special musical performance by Loggins and Dorff. The film’s live and subsequent virtual theatrical screenings will also serve to raise awareness and funding for Lilly’s Fostering Hearts, a charity that raises awareness as to the needs of displaced, fostered and adoptable youth, Foster Care Counts and The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.

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