Vision Films releases trailers for ‘Once Upon A Lifetime’ and ‘Flint Tale’ –

Vision Films released the official trailers and key illustrations for the feature films today. There was a life and Flint tale. The films are from David Skato (David Skato’s I’m a woman) and Marc Cayce (A day of trouble, forbidden fruits) respectively.

There was a life is a heartwarming tale that touches on real-world issues including death, infidelity, intergenerational family relationships, and hope. It reminds us of how short life is and that each of us should enjoy and make the most of our time together.

As a little boy struggles to cope with his difficult family life and his parents’ failing marriage, a mysterious girl suddenly appears. Faith, family, and a special kind of magic come together as her new friend teaches them all about love, forgiveness and healing. Miracles sometimes happen when you least expect them.

There was a life stars Jensen Atwood (Noah’s bow, Conframa), Arié Thomspon (Bad valentine’s day, Doctor Death), Krystian Lyttle (to favor Boy, Seberg) and Phoenix Nicholson (All my children).

Scroll up to watch the trailer for There was a life.

Flint tale focuses on a family in turmoil, struggling to regain hope for the future in the wake of the Flint, Michigan water crisis. The film offers a close and personal look at Flint, showing the impact of the environmental crisis while also describing how the importance of community and family ties should never be underestimated.

After injury destroys her dreams of playing in the WNBA, a young woman struggles to rebuild her life as she and her family in Flint, Mich. Face internal turmoil and a life-threatening crisis some water. Family ties are all they have left as they rebuild their lives, their cities and their hope one brick at a time.

Flint Tale presents Hawthorne James (The five heartbeats, Boss’n Up), Tecoya Harris (Flower) and Erica Peeples (True to the Game, True to the Game 2: Gena’s Story).

Scroll up for the official trailer of Flint tale.

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