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And the Nominees are…

Friday, December 23rd, 2011

TMP Studios and all those involved in The Lamp are pleased to announce that we have four nominations in three categories at the Trail Dance Film Festival coming up in January 2012.

The four nominations are:

• Best Feature Drama – The Lamp
• Best Actor – Cameron ten Napel
• Best Actor – Louis Gossett Jr
• Best Director – Tracy J Trost

We are so excited and thankful to everyone at Trail Dance, one of our favorite festivals in the country and we look forward to the festivities this January 27th-28th. See the whole list of nominations here: Nominees

Trail Dance is always full of great films and tough competition and we hope to add another Golden Drover to our collection. It is one of our most prized awards. If you want to take part in the festival visit their site here and get your tickets today: Trail Dance

The Lamp is the third feature film from TMP Studios and Writer/Director Tracy J Trost and the second with his partner bestselling author Jim Stovall. The film follows Stanley Walters (Jason London) who is suffering from the loss of his only child, and has secluded himself to a dark and lonely place. Sullen and without hope, he continues to hide from and neglect those he loves despite their attempts to reach out to him.

In what seems to be the final days of their already strained marriage, his wife Lisa (Meredith Salenger) is presented with a strange gift; an old oil lamp. Along with the lamp comes a mysterious messenger (Louis Gossett Jr) and a question that causes them to search the depths of their hearts for what’s truly important in life…

If you could have anything you wanted, what would YOU wish for?

The Lamp stars: Jason London (Man in the Moon, All Roads Lead Home), Meredith Salenger (Journey of Natty Gann, Lake Placid), L Scott Caldwell (Lost), Sarah Brown (Days of our Lives), Cameron ten Napel (A Christmas Snow, Cool Dog) with Muse Watson (NCIS, Prison Break) and Oscar winner Louis Gossett Jr (An Officer and a Gentleman).

The Lamp is currently available in stores nationwide and on iTunes, Amazon and Netflix. To support TMP Studios directly you can shop for it at ShopTMPics.com