The film premieres on Yanga TV, UK on Christmas Day at 5pm.
A Rhoda Wilson Film is now available to inspire the nation. ‘Christmas with The King’ appeals to a vast audience and provides life-lessons while entertaining.
A fantasy children’s drama movie is appealing to the masses this holiday season. When all things seem dark and lost, especially given our pandemic culture right now, ‘Christmas with the King: A Journey of Hope’ is inspiring audiences of all ages across the country.
Filmmaker Rhoda Wilson has captured what it is like to live with challenges and face hardships but with a more adventurous spirit that will keep little ones engaged:
“This movie is special to my heart. I wanted to do something that had a solid storyline but also had a subtle lesson for my young audience to absorb. It is challenging as a filmmaker to appeal to a younger audience because they have shorter attention spans’. My team and I had to approach this project knowing we had to be more animated and expressive and really translate through the movie to meet our audience. We did this and we found that even adults are loving the movie,” said Rhoda Wilson.
With special thanks to the Iowa High School Music Association, in the USA for their rendition of “Noel” composed by Brad Holmes which was used in the movie, ‘Christmas with the King: A Journey of Hope’ has a great synopsis. Queen Atere, Queen of Zirewan Kingdom, must find her sister before Christmas. The King reassures her and send out more warriors to find her sister. Meanwhile, the crisis at the far end of Zirewan Kingdom was to bring Rume and Mandisa the status of heroines when they escape the big house, a grim place, to search for help at the palace based on a story once told to Rume by her deceased mother. Will the two heroines make it? and will the Queen find her sister in time for Christmas?
Click here to watch the official move trailer on You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQZM9SdIkAc&t=9s