72 Hours to Positively Impact Communities at Large.. Film Directed and Produced by Christopher Nolen

“The growing need for films depicting positivity is a need not an option,” said Publicist Ms. Lawrence.
By: Ms. Lawrence
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CHICAGO - Jan. 29, 2015 - PRLog -- Chicago, IL - NFERNO PRODUCTIONS, CEO/Producer Christopher Nolen announced today that celebrity publicist Tamara Lawrence has joined the company to further develop their growing media & public relations.  Ms. Lawrence comes with a wealth of experience within the Industry, having spent the last 13 years working with A-List Hollywood casting director Latonya Potts, Pro Athletes, reality celebrities, as well as political parties. Joining in advance of NFERNO Production, film tour of “72 HOURS,” written, produced, and directed by Christopher Nolen, Ms. Lawrence can continue her success.

About “72 HOURS” Movie

The story revolves around Chef Cleavon “Von” Burkett (Timon Kyle Durrett), a former ladies’ man who was living the good life with a beautiful wife (Erica Hubbard)--until one day he wasn’t. A heart attack brings Von face to face with God (Harry Lennix), and God offers Von a second chance at life, if he atones to ALL of his exes. With the help of his best friend (Brian Hooks) and the determination to live, Von embarks on a hilarious journey to seek redemption. Von soon realizes that hell hath no fury like the women he’s scorned. 72 HOURS starring Timon Kyle Durrett, Terri J. Vaughn, Brely Evans, Erica Hubbard, Harry J. Lennix, Brian Hooks, Cynda Williams, Tangi Miller, Chyna Layne, Christopher Nolen and Thea Camara.


Film director and producer Christopher Nolen is an example of “Purpose meeting Passion.’ Driven to provide a glimpse of optimism in a world of qualms, Christopher has put his life’s saving into developing the film, “72 HOURS”— when talking with Mr. Nolen about his latest film, it’s certain— he unequivocally believes in directing and producing positive content.

Christopher Nolen has endured many obstacles and setbacks in his pursuit to inspire and promote positivity on the big screen

“The film is way too- positive and stats show African Americans will not pay to see a positive film. Today’s craze for African American moviegoers is drama realities, not positive lifetime stories,”said prospected distribution CEO.

Upcoming Theater Showing of 72 Hours

February 13, 2015 - February 19, 2015 Studio Movie Grill Chatham
210 W. 87th Street Chicago, Illinois 60620

February 27, 2015 - March 5, 2015 Arizona Mills 25
5000 S. Arizona Mills Circle Tempe, AZ 85282

February 27, 2015 - March 5, 2015 Gateway Pavilions 18
10250 W. McDowell Rd. Avondale, AZ 85392

Presently, Christopher Nolen is pursuing the support of enthusiasts, theaters, colleges, universities, and churches nationwide to ensure the film 72 Hours is not deprived of its opportunity to positively impact communities- at large.

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