INSP Films’ Savannah Sunrise Now Available on Amazon Prime Video

April 22, 2020
        For immediate release Contact: Tina Helms 803-992-3030

“…a delightful family-friendly film filled with both humor and heart-warming moments.” Parents Television Council

Picture 2(Indian Land, SC – April 21, 2020) Imagicomm Entertainment has made available the dramatic comedy Savannah Sunrise, through Amazon Prime Video.

In Savannah Sunrise, dedicated wife and business woman Joy Miles (Shawnee Smith - Anger Management, The Tom Show, Becker) thinks she’s taking a simple road trip to move her mother-in-law, Loraine (Pamela Reed - Parks and Recreation, Jericho, The Right Stuff), from Louisville, Kentucky to Savannah, Georgia. The two are complete opposites, with Joy being consumed with a high-stakes project at work and free-spirited Loraine having to come to terms with moving to a retirement community.  Loraine’s unsolicited insights about life and family get under Joy’s skin, but also challenge her to take a hard look at her whirlwind career and her priorities. As the weekend unfolds with outrageous adventures, hilarious encounters and heart-to-heart revelations, the women come to see each other through new eyes and realize they need each other more than they ever knew. Savannah Sunrise was the recipient of the prestigious “Seal of Approval” from the Parents Television Council.

Additional cast include Shawn Christian (Days of Our Lives, Will & Grace, Famous in Love) and Clare Carey (Coach, Jericho, Aquarius).

Savannah Sunrise is produced by INSP Films and distributed by Imagicomm Entertainment.

About Imagicomm Entertainment

Imagicomm Entertainment is a distribution company focusing on films and television series with content ranging from action and adventure to drama and family holiday celebration.  Each project embodies an unparalleled commitment to strong storytelling, memorable characters, and high production values. Imagicomm Entertainment distributes content globally through popular streaming services such as Amazon Prime, Netflix and Vudu, as well as through DVDs from major retailers, and on traditional television outlets.