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Contest: Anything is Possible

posted by Nell Minow

bortnick anything is possibleStart the new year with a heartwarming family film starring musical prodigy Ethan Bortnick, who wrote the songs he performs in this film  “Anything is Possible”  is the story of ten-year-old Nathan (Bortnick), who is devastated when his mom is reported missing while serving on an overseas Army rescue mission. Feeling scared and alone, Nathan runs away from home only to find shelter from the city streets at a local orphanage. There, Nathan’s incredible talent at the piano is discovered, and he becomes the star attraction at a benefit concert to raise money for the orphanage. Inspired by the kindness of the people he met on his journey, Nathan holds on to the belief that his mom will come home and his family will be reunited. This heartwarming story proves that with love, compassion, selflessness and hope, anything is possible.

I have a copy to give away! Send me an email at moviemom@moviemom.com with Star in the subject line and tell me your favorite musical instrument. Don’t forget your address! (US addresses only). I’ll pick a winner at random on December 31, 2013. Good luck!

 

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