Christmas List (film)

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Christmas List
Based on"The Christmas Bucket List" by Ella Fairlie
Written byDuane Poole
Directed byPaul A. Kaufman
Starring
Music byJeff Toyne
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of episodes1
Production
Producer(s)Jamie Goehring
Kevin Leslie
CinematographyRyan McMaster
Editor(s)Garry M.B. Smith
Running time85 min
Production company(s)Kaufman/Plager Productions
DistributorHallmark Channel (United States)
TF1 (France)
Release
Original networkHallmark Channel (United States)
TF1 (France)
Original release
  • November 25, 2016 (2016-11-25) (United States)
  • October 29, 2017 (2017-10-29) (France)
External links
Website

Christmas List is a 2016 romance television film directed by Paul A. Kaufman, written by Duane Poole, and starring Alicia Witt & Gabriel Hogan. The film is about Isobel plans a storybook Christmas with her boyfriend, including a snow-covered cottage in the Northwest, and a carefully composed bucket list of classic holiday traditions. But when the boyfriend goes AWOL, the list proves challenging and a tempting new romance turns her life upside down. The movie is based on the novel "The Christmas Bucket List" by Ella Fairlie.[1][2][3]

Plot summary[edit]

Isobel Gray (Alicia Witt) plans a long time dream of a storybook Christmas, from her childhood bucket-list. Left to do it by herself, since her boyfriend Brett Bishop is away on business, she finds the meaning of a real holiday atmosphere with the help of Jamie Houghton (Gabriel Hogan), a local builder.

Cast[edit]

  • Alicia Witt as Isobel Gray
  • Gabriel Hogan as Jamie Houghton
  • Peter Benson as Brett Bishop
  • Wanda Cannon as Ellen Gray
  • Christine Chatelain as Trish
  • Chance Hurstfield as Kyle
  • Susan Hogan as Cathy
  • Kathryn Kirkpatrick as Patty
  • Lina Renna as Emma
  • Doug Abrahams as Fire Captain
  • Christian Convery as David Anthony Owens
  • Trinity King as Young Isobel
  • Samantha Kendrick as Young Ellen
  • Karly Warkentin as Boy's Mother
  • Gelsea Mae as Receptionist Hillary
  • Laura Mitchell as Co-Worker

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result
2017
38th Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Movie or Special – Young Actor
Christian Convery
Won
4th Joey Awards Best Principal or Supporting Actor in a TV Movie Feature Age 6-10 Years Nominated

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