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One Nation, One Day

Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

Award Winning Director Tracy J Trost Lands Humanitarian Honor To Direct Worldwide Television Broadcast One Nation, One Day in Honduras Global Event Festival of Faith and Values on July 20, 2013

Tulsa, OK ~ Director Tracy J Trost and Trost Moving Pictures, the studio that brought you the award-winning family films Find Me, A Christmas Snow and The Lamp, is teaming up with Dominic Russo Ministries for what is shaping up to be the most ambitious outreach campaign in the world. Trost recently traveled to Honduras and was received by Honduras’ President’s Advisory and the Honduran Special Task Force to begin discussions about organizing this groundbreaking event.

A veteran in domestic and international event production, Trost will oversee the production and eighteen crews in eighteen different states of Honduras. The Festival of Faith and Values event will broadcast LIVE worldwide and enable millions across the Globe to come together through the power of television. July 20, 2013 has been declared a national holiday in Honduras to allow the people of this beautiful country to take part in this incredible event.

“An event of this magnitude is unprecedented and I am honored to be working with Dominic Russo, a visionary in the field. It is also an honor to be able to show the world the beautiful land and people of Honduras in such a positive light” states Trost.

In addition to overseeing the eighteen different production crews, Trost’s team will work to connect each of the eighteen events via large screen, in effect connecting the entire country of Honduras to each other at one time and then connecting them to the world.

Those watching the event around the world, will be able to see firsthand the of power of a united people behind a cause much bigger than any individual person. One Nation, One Day will inspire viewers with a message of hope and forgiveness that the world so desperately needs.

About Trost Moving Pictures:

TMP Studios is an independent film production company based in Tulsa, OK. They have three award winning films including, Find Me, A Christmas Snow, which stars Catherine Mary Stewart (The Last Starfighter), Muse Watson (Prison Break, NCIS), Anthony Tyler Quinn (No Greater Love, Boy Meets Girl), and Cameron ten Napel (Cool Dog, The Lamp), and The Lamp, which stars Jason London (Dazed and Confused), Meredith Salenger (Lake Placid), L Scott Caldwell (Lost), Sarah Brown (Days of Our Lives), Cameron ten Napel (A Christmas Snow), Muse Watson (NCIS), and Louis Gossett Jr. (An Officer and A Gentleman).

They are actively pursuing exciting projects in the entertainment industry, including their current stage adaption A Christmas Snow LIVE! in Branson, Missouri at the Starlite Theatre and their fourth feature film, Then and Now, based on the novel by bestselling author Jim Stovall.

For more information on director Tracy J Trost, Trost Moving Pictures/TMP Studios and projects visit:

www.TrostMovingPictures.com

www.AChristmasSnow.com

www.TheLampMovie.com

Media Contact:

Rhonda Boudreaux - Publicist for Tracy J Trost and Trost Moving Pictures

O – (913)-780-4035 • Mobile- (510)- 367-5990 • RhondaB@TrostMovingPictures.com

OK Gazette Q and A with Louis Gossett Jr about “The Lamp”

Monday, February 27th, 2012

In October, the Oklahoma Gazette’s Rod Lott sat down with bestselling author Jim Stovall (The Ultimate Gift) and Academy Award-winning actor Louis Gossett Jr to ask them about their careers and The Lamp.

The Lamp was our third inspirational family friendly film and has been seen all over the world and touched people’s lives with its story of hope and overcoming loss. This powerful story also deals with adoption and foster care and stars Jason London (Man in the Moon), Meredith Salenger (Journey of Natty Gann), L Scott Caldwell (Lost), Sarah Brown (Days of Our Lives), Cameron ten Napel (A Christmas Snow), Muse Watson (NCIS), and Academy Award0-winning actor Louis Gossett Jr (An Officer and A Gentleman).

For a limited time you can get the Special Edition DVD with the Louis Gossett Jr cover directly from us for only $9.99 by clicking here: Buy Now. You can also get The Lamp DVD, The Lamp novel written by bestselling author Jim Stovall, and the companion book Just Believe written by award-winning director Tracy J Trost for only $20 for a limited time by clicking here: Buy Now.

Click the image to read the entire interview in PDF form or click the following link to read the entire interview on the Oklahoma Gazette’s website: R&R Q&A with Louis Gossett Jr and Jim Stovall

Gravitas Q and A with Tracy Trost for “The Lamp”

Monday, February 27th, 2012

Last fall, Gravitas Ventures sat down with our very own award-winning director Tracy J Trost to ask him a few questions about The Lamp our inspirational family film about overcoming loss.

The film has been touching lives and has been rated by over 55,000 people on Netflix. The inspiring story also deals with adoption and foster care and stars Jason London, Meredith Salenger, L Scott Caldwell, Sarah Brown, Cameron ten Napel, Muse Watson and Academy Award-winning actor Louis Gossett Jr.

It has already won numerous awards at multiple festivals around the country including: Best Drama, Best Actress (Cameron ten Napel), and Best of Festival. You can buy the Special Edition DVD with the limited Louis Gossett Jr cover directly from us by clicking Buy Now. It is on sale for a limited time for only $9.99 or get the DVD, the novel written by bestselling author Jim Stovall (The Ultimate Gift), and the companion book Just Believe written by director Tracy J Trost for only $20 for a limited time here Buy Now.

Click the image to read the whole interview with Tracy in PDF form or click this link to read the interview on the Gravitas Ventures website: Spotlight on Tracy J Trost

MovieMaker Magazine and Tracy J Trost

Monday, January 30th, 2012

In case you missed it, last September our very own award-winning director Tracy J Trost did an interview with MovieMaker Magazine about The Lamp. We’ve posted a section below and you can read the whole interview by clicking the link below.

Samantha Husik (MM): What inspired you to adapt Jim Stovall’s book, The Lamp, into a film? What about the book seemed particularly cinematic?

Tracy Trost (TT): When Jim shared The Lamp with me, I immediately got the concept of the book. I knew it was a story that many people could relate to and connect with. Of course with any adaptation from book to movie, there were sub-plots and supporting characters that needed to be added. I remember after I read the book, on a flight from Dallas to Hawaii, I wrote an eight-page treatment of my ideas for additions and changes to make to the story entertaining to viewers. I sent them to Jim and he loved them. We work very well together.

Read the whole interview at MovieMaker Magazine’s website.