winning* filmmakers Peter Fields and Evonne Fields-Gould comes
/ fantasy film, the Lords of Praxton.
Richeson portrays Jim Corinth, a reclusive ethnologist and inventor
from the planet of Praxton who is haunted by a dark past and whose
present remains a guarded mystery. Christine Haber
portrays Adella Benea,
the Lord of Praxton, who struggles to identify and eliminate a rebel
seeks to overthrow the government of Praxton and propel the planet
into a maelstrom of chaos and civil war. No one is above suspicion,
including the members of Praxton's High Council of Eight.
Ultimately, Jim is forced to move out of his reclusive life when an
unforeseen event leads him to assume the role of protector to Logan
Benea (Turrand Evans-Roskos), the young son of Lord Adella Benea.
Jim and Logan are immediately catapulted into a frightening
journey filled with mystery, intrigue and adventure that will change
the world of Praxton forever.
From Little Beth Entertainment, Ltd. comes the Lords
of Praxton. Starring: Brian J. Richeson, Turrand Evans-Roskos,
Rick Montgomery Jr., Ada Carolina Ortiz, Joy Borland, Monica Boone, Kristy Kurowski, Gina Messeri, Sapphire
DeFranco, Jeffrey Ryan Haber, Roxana
K. Bell, Christine
Appelbaum, Mary Faktor, Bruce Haber, uBu Zurub,
Chuck French, Victor Regal, Kat Sokolowska, Maggie
Arndt, Tiiu Gennert, David Rohler, Tumeka Harris, Tracey Evans, Thomas Ferraro, Karoline
Kramer Gould, Jaclyn Inglis, Eli Carr, Steve
Jason Quaigg, Connie
Christopher Bolwin, Rowan Kramer, Alyssa Haber, and Katherine Nicole
Original Music Score by Richard Krehnovi and
Song: "Rising Up" written by Terrance Lee Fields; Sung by Morgan
Fields. Special visual
effects by Peter Fields. Costume Design by
Elizabeth Gould. Associate Producers Quata Zehe and Joy
Borland. Based on the radio play series "Space Traveler Jim"
created by Peter Fields and Cornelius Gould IV. Screen story by
Peter Fields and Evonne Fields-Gould. Screenplay by Evonne
Fields-Gould. Produced by Peter Fields and Evonne
Fields-Gould. Directed and Edited by Peter Fields.
* Best Family Feature Film, The
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