Samuel Goldwyn set for ‘Life’

Pic set for release in U.S. Jan. 22

Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired U.S. theatrical rights to faith-based teen drama “To Save a Life” and set a Jan. 22 release for the New Song Pictures production.

“Life,” directed by Brian Baugh, centers on an all-American teen whose perfect world is turned upside down by the death of a childhood friend.

Goldwyn said it’s working with Outreach Films and New Song Pictures to market “To Save a Life” and noted it’s released other faith-based titles including “Fireproof,” “Facing the Giants” and “Amazing Grace.”

Pic stars Randy Wayne, Deja Kreutzberg, Kim Hidalgo and Sean Michael Afable. The screenplay was written by Jim Britts.

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