Play a Dream Grant a Dream

Hollywood, CA – Character Entertainment LLC, producers of the upcoming teen vampire thriller “Soulstice” in collaboration with Red Tide Publishing and Drew Right Music, is launching the “Play a Dream, Grant a Dream” Prom Contest with a $1,000 Grand Prize.

“Play a Dream, Grant a Dream” is in support of Dream Foundation, a national organization that grants dreams to those battling life-threatening illnesses.

Beginning May 1st thru June 20th 2010, middle-school & high school aged tweens and teens are encouraged to download and request “Luna’s Dream” (a ballad from the movie’s soundtrack) to be played as the first slow-dance song at their prom, dance, or formal.  “Luna’s Dream”, written by 17-year old songwriter Olivia Mitchell, and produced by multi-platinum producer Andrew Lane, is now available on iTunes.

Entrants must film a video (minimum 60 seconds or more) of “Luna’s Dream” while it plays as a slow-dance song in their prom, dance, or formal.  At the end of each video, entrants must also include (in their own words), a persuasive personal message encouraging viewers to support Dream Foundation’s 10,000 in ’10 Challenge.

The video must then be uploaded to YouTube and its URL submitted via email to:  All video entries will be posted on the Soulstice Movie Official Site: between May 1st thru June 25th, 2010.

The video with the most combined YouTube views and comments by 11:59 p.m. on June 1st, 2010 will be announced as the winner.  Winner will receive $1,000 CASH plus a huge prize pack with gifts from participating sponsors.

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