I just recently discovered this news! Looks like another NEW Christmas Movie is in the filming process, titled...
According to a casting call for extras on the web-site, voiceofalexandria.com:
Want To Be In A Movie? Here's Your Chance
"If you ever wanted to be in the movies, you'll have a chance tonight (Friday) in Northfield. Strike Accord Productions wants extras to hang around Bridge Square in downtown Northfield, to create outdoor scenes about a Christmas fair in a film that's now being called "The Last Love Letter." Line producer Jillian Nodland says you can show up at the square any time from 5:30 tonight until as late as 5:30 tomorrow (Saturday) morning. You're asked to wear cold weather clothing with Santa hats or other Christmas touches. Nodland says you won't get paid, so there's no checking in-and-out -- you can stay as long as you like -- and if you're there late at night, the crowds will be most likely be smaller, and you'll have a better chance of seeing yourself on film."
(information via: voiceofalexandria.com Posted on Jan 22, 2016 by Minnesota News Network)
So... this is intriguing Christmas movie news, huh?
What we know, thus far, is an unusual working title for a Christmas movie: "The Last Love Letter". Honestly, it actually sounds more like a Valentine's Day Movie title, but still very interesting. We know there is some sort of fun Christmas fair in the film, and we also know, from the information provided above, the production company, Strike Accord Productions. I looked them up and according to the Strike Accord Productions web-site, STRIKE ACCORD, INC. is a production company that started with husband and wife, Mike and Lori Leahy. Their mission statement is... "to create socially and spiritually conscience films".
Could this be a TV, Theater, or Direct-to-DVD release? For now, it's anybody's guess. If you see or hear anything - please feel free to share!!!