Makes No Difference Who You Are, Believe
Nobel Prize author, Toni Morrison (Bluest Eyes, Beloved) says, “Alison, is a gifted storyteller who writes with beauty, power and purity.” Morrison shares this wonderful statement about Alison’s debut book, a remarkable passionate literary work called ‘Francisco.’
Best known for her ground-breaking role in the NBC TV series JULIA featuring Diahann Carroll, Alison played Carol Derring the spunky hip babysitter for Carroll’s character, Julia. Credited as the first TV series to cast an African American female in a lead role, JULIA received an Emmy nomination in its first year on air.
As an independent filmmaker, Alison wrote and directed her first film VIRGIN AGAIN with her late husband, Francisco Newman which proved to be another success. Edward R. Pressman, producer of Academy Award-winning film, WALLSTREET said, “VIRGIN AGAIN is obviously a bold piece of filmmaking.”
Later, Alison would move forward to write, direct and produce her latest film THE TREE WIDOW, winner of the 2013 Philadelphia International Film Festival Silver Award. Through the many phases of releasing the short, casting and shooting the feature for THE TREE WIDOW, Alison has created yet another meaningful master piece sure to inspire the hearts of viewers, globally.
In this next phase, The Making of THE TREE WIDOW – the feature film, Alison humbly wants you to consider becoming a supporter by making a donation. With your generous donation, you also indirectly help her continue her work of making meaningful quality films that impact and inspire viewers to Believe and Believe again! Alison says, “My desire is to make excellent beautiful films that include the teachings of Christ in an entertaining and intelligent manner.”
Your donations help decrease and eliminate the costs of Editing, Distribution, PR Marketing, Cast Expenses, Music, Advertising on Television and Radio, The Tree Widow Premiere and Screenings in select areas/theaters in the USA.
Discover More About THE TREE WIDOW:
Sarah is a widow who finds peace talking and listening to God as she walks among the trees. During the Recession, she opens her home to women in need. The various and diverse women in the house have personal conflicts, conflicts with each other and Sarah and her strong convictions. What happens when they share their relationship heartbreaks and various points of views that clash? The women share their tales of sex in the city and Sarah tries to help them make better choices and at the end of the day, because of Sarah’s spirit of love and wisdom in handling different personalities, the women bond and find a common humanity.
Alison has created a delightful and transparent film designed to reintroduce into the hearts and minds of people, the beauty of waiting until marriage to engage in intimacy. Alison’s mission is to be a part of the gospel movement to help generations realize the power of applying God’s Word when it comes to relationships.
Alison Mills Newman welcomes interview opportunities through her PR Marketing partner Cheryl Patterson and Universal Xperience, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bring the feature film THE TREE WIDOW to your city accompanied by an engaging open forum on romantic relationships and your relationship with God, in addition to hands-on acting workshops for the entire family.
Alison believes that enduring love is real, but it is work; a beautiful work indeed.