This is a movie poster commissioned and designed for the film Valley Inn. Valley Inn is "the story of a big city Yankee who lose herself, and the small southern town that finds her."
“Valley Inn” is the fish-out-of-water story of a Yankee college student who finds herself in a hot, dusty, dying small Southern town selling Christian books door to door for the summer. Emily’s travels take us from the book company’s New Jersey headquarters on the last frenzied day of “Sales Camp” (where the company’s questionable sales tactics and rhetoric are drilled into the heads of over-pumped college recruits eager for the huge summer commissions promised by the company) to the tiny rural towns of Northwest Arkansas and the highly entertaining local country music jamboree, the cattle auction yards of the “Sale Barn” and the biggest event of the year, “Rodeo of the Ozarks” where local hero, Gary Noble, a.k.a. “The Don Juan of Hindsville” will attempt to break his own bull riding record despite his advanced age, previous injury, and the probability of losing, forever, a chance to win the heart of his one true love.
Through a series of misadventures in “The bookfield” that leave her stranded in a flooded, fish-filled car on a low-water bridge, chased by dogs, confronted by a shotgun wielding meth-head and finding unlikely romance with the local preacher’s son (who has a few secrets of his own), Emily’s growing friendships with the uniquely comical and completely endearing residents of Hindsville teaches her what it really means to follow your heart
Launched: January 2013
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Studio: Kindred Films, LLC
Awards: Chris Spencer: Emmy Award-Winning director
Starring: Jordan Scott, Joey Lauren Adams, David Lansbury, Colley Bailey, Natalie Canerday, Candyce Hinckle
Directed By: Kim Swink and Chris Spencer
Written By: Kim Swink
Screenplay By: Kim Swink and Nelsie Spencer
Produced By: Kim Swink and Samara Yeshaiek