PHOTO ID: HOLLYWOOD PREMIER OF “SARAH’S CHOICE.” LEFT TO RIGHT: KEVIN DOWNS (DOWNS BROTHERS PRODUCTIONS); PRODUCER CHAD KAPPER (STONEKAP PRODUCTIONS); REBECCA ST. JAMES; ACTOR
JULIAN BAILEY; MICHAEL SCOTT (PUREFLIX ENTERTAINMENT); BRYON JONES (PUREFLIX ENTERTAINMENT).
Rebecca St. James will bring national television viewers into the exciting launch week of her new film, “Sarah’s Choice,” with an appearance tomorrow morning on “Fox & Friends Weekend.”

St. James will satellite live into the New York Fox studios Saturday during the 9:00 AM hour Eastern to talk about her new film that’s gaining national media attention for its’ candid overview on the controversial agenda of “choice.”

In preparation for the role, the Australian born Grammy winning singer now turned actress spent time with “boots on the ground” in a crisis pregnancy center in Los Angeles. She was deeply moved by the experience.
Noted St. James in a recent interview: “This film looks at the issue of choice through the lense of the stark reality that faces millions of young women each year. It challenges viewers to think of what decisions my character is making and what impact it will carry not only in this moment–but throughout her life. The script had a very strong message of redemption and forgiveness that touched me deeply and made me to want to do the role. I’m hoping this movie will touch many people.”
The Los Angeles by invitation premier of “Sarah’s Choice,” held this past Tuesday (17th) at Warner Brother Studios, produced a full house capacity to greet cast members and crew. Featured in the film with St. James are fellow actors Andrea Logan White, Julian Bailey, Brad Stine, and several faces familiar to avid TV watchers—veteran actor Dick Van Patten (Eight Is Enough) and Charlene Tilton (Dallas).
“Sarah’s Choice” is now available on DVD at national retail from PureFlix Entertainment. The film has been rated four stars by the Dove Foundation as family friendly viewing for ages 12 and up.
Resource “Sarah’s Choice” online: www.sarah.pureflix.com

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