"Beyond the Farthest Star," opening in select theaters October 18, recently announced a partnership with Restored Hope Ministries Inc. This partnership is part of their campaign to demonstrate that no matter how your situation appears, there is hope to rebuild upon the ashes of destroyed dreams. RHM has the goal of restoring women to normal lives after they have been affected by the adverse conditions of life that include sex trafficking, slavery, abuse, poverty and interaction with the criminal justice system. Through October 4, you can donate tickets on the Seatzy website to be given to at-risk teens and 75 cents of each ticket will be donated to Restored Hope Ministries.
"Beyond the Farthest Star" is a story about a family divided by depression, deceit, and destroyed dreams which moves them to a sleepy Texas town. When the town's nativity is burned to ashes by a former U.S. senator the media swarms, and flames again erupt as a national debate also touches the personal lives of those involved. Caught in a battle of religious, constitutional, and economical concerns, the town is divided as many buried secrets are revealed. Narrated by his 15 year old daughter, Adam Wells, a minister driven by the prospect of achieving greatness as the next nationally-syndicated TV evangelist lays down his opportunity at “celebrity”, and even his own life, in order to become something even greater ... A loving husband and father to his wife and daughter.
The “Beyond The Farthest Star” cast includes international star Renee O’Connor ("Xena", "Ark"), Todd Terry (“Breaking Bad”, “Arlington Road”), Barry Corbin (“No Country For Old Men”, “Anger Management”, “War Games”), William McNamara (“Copycat”, “Chasers”), Andrew Prine (“The Miracle Worker”,”Gettysburg”, “The Dukes of Hazzard”) and Cherami Leigh ( “Temple Grandlin”, “Fast Food Nation” and Anime VO actress).
“Star” is helmed by writer/director, Andrew Librizzi ("Holding On", "Still Born"), produced by Benjamin Dane ("The Significant Other", "Still Born"), and produced by Sally Helppie ("Exit Speed", "The Beacon").