24 JUN 2020

VISION FILMS LAUNCHES AN INSPIRATIONAL LINE UP AT VIRTUAL CANNES 2020

Titles like “Root of the Problem”, “Saving Santaland”, “Forgiven”, “Acquitted by Faith”, “Murder of Innocence”, “Sky Dog”, and “Hidden Orchard Mysteries: The Case of the Air B & B Robbery” are available for online screening.

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“Murder of Innocence”

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Vision Films (Vision) is bringing hope and inspiration to international buyers with its strong lineup of faith and family films at the Marché du Film Cannes 2020 Virtual Market.  “Root of the Problem”, “Saving Santaland”, “Forgiven”, “Acquitted by Faith”, “Murder of Innocence”, “Sky Dog”, and “Hidden Orchard Mysteries: The Case of the Air B & B Robbery” are just a handful of the over 30 faith and family titles represented by Vision Films that are available for online screening.

“Vision Films is well known for our diverse slate of content from compelling independent feature films of all genres to timely documentaries,” says Lise Romanoff, Managing Director/CEO of Vision Films“This market, we’re focusing on films that are uplifting, positive, and bring hope and joy to audiences around the world.”

A family inherits a real-life money tree but soon learns that money doesn’t buy happiness in “Root of the Problem”, a model finds inner beauty and falls in love with her childhood pen pal in “Saving Santaland”, a young woman tries to save the life of a criminal in “Forgiven”, a lawyer seeks God after a terrible accident in “Acquitted by Faith”, and a family rocked by a murder finds hope and healing in “A Murder of Innocence”.

On the family side, a high school senior and his dog rescue his CIA agent mother in “Sky Dog” and two teen girls use detective skills to solve a crime in “Hidden Orchard Mysteries: The Case of the Air B & B Robbery”.

Vision Films will be releasing these titles under their own DVD and VOD label in North America and are offering to distributors around the world at Virtual Cannes. 

Vision Films is well known for our diverse slate of content from compelling independent feature films of all genres to timely documentaries” Lise Romanoff Managing Director/CEO of Vision Films