Goldwyn Films acquires 'To Save a Life'

Partnering with Outreach, New Song to market release

Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired U.S. theatrical rights to Brian Baugh's "To Save a Life," from New Song Pictures.

It will partner with Outreach Films and New Song to market the film's release, set for Jan. 22.

"Life" stars Randy Wayne, Deja Kreutzberg, Kim Hidalgo and Sean Michael Afable in the story of an all-American teen (Wayne) coping with the death of a friend.

Baugh, a cinematographer, makes his directorial debut with the feature, written by Jim Britts.

Goldwyn previously worked with "Outreach" on the release of "Fireproof" and "Amazing Grace."

"We are confident that 'To Save a Life' will continue our proven track record of releasing faith based films," Goldwyn vp of acquisitions Peter Goldwyn said.

Goldwyn president Meyer Gottlieb negotiated the deal with New Song managing producer Steve Foster.