• 12 Fl OZ
(2009). Drama. Ayn Rand once said, “In order to live, man must act; in order to act, he must make choices; in order to make choices, he must define a code of values; in order to define a code of values, he must know what he is and where he is.” December 24th, two years after the death of their first born, the Manning family gathers for the Holidays. Unbeknownst to them, a stranger lurks in their midst waiting to make his move. This was filmed in 2006, but has yet to be released. Official site
• Silent Night, Zombie Night
(2009). Horror. Zombie plague hits Los Angeles during Christmastime. Direct to video.
• Carried Away
(2009). Ed Franklin, a young man pursuing his dreams in Hollywood, returns home to Fort Worth, Texas at Christmas time to find his family in turmoil. His parents' marriage is crumbling and his relationship with his two brothers is rocky at best. The discovery that his beloved Granny has been placed in a nursing home after a stroke left her mentally disabled pushes Ed over the edge. He decides to come to his unhappy Granny's rescue, abducting her from the home against his family's orders. Ed's father Rex and brothers, Steve and Davy, set out after Ed and Granny, and a cross-country pursuit begins.
• Christmas in Compton
(2009). Big Earl, the owner of a Christmas tree lot in Compton, Los Angeles, and a man with a big heart and a big vision, demands success from everyone around him. All kinds of trouble erupts the week before Christmas when his son, Derrick, part-time music producer and part-time Christmas tree lot employee, crosses the line to prove to Big Earl that he is a success.
(2009). Documentary about the late Bob Clark, director of A Christmas Story
• CMT Christmas in Whistler
(2009). TV variety special by the country music channel, made in Whistler, British Columbia.
(2009). Drama. A contemporary Scrooge tale set in the Hollywood Hills that follows Chadh Campbell, an unscrupulous mortgage broker, as he receives a stream of anonymous holiday greetings during Christmas Eve and Day. As Chadh searches for the perpetrator of this "festive" assault he must face the unfavorable reality of just how many people he's harmed during his life, forcing him to confront how emotionally detached from those around him he's become.
• The Dog Who Saved Christmas
(2009). Comedy. Official site
• Halo Boy
(2009). Fifteen year old Eddie's mother falls very ill after a serious car accident. Eddie and his brother Stewart end up having to take care of themselves and one night when they have ran out of food and electricity, Eddie dreams that his mother asks him to find an angel's halo so that she can be saved. Will Eddie be able to save his mother in time for Christmas?
• House Husbands
(2009). Five guys meet once a week, with their kids, to bemoan the fact that being a 'stay at home father' whilst their wives go out to work isn't all it's cracked up to be. It's Christmas — frustrated, lost and confused, this culturally mixed bunch of middle-aged man decide to redress the balance of the sexes and go on a testosterone fueled adventure, kids in tow, behind their wives' backs. That was their first mistake.
• Make the Yuletide Gay
(2009). Comedy. Olaf "Gunn" Gunnunderson, an out-and-proud gay college student, crawls back into the closet to survive the holidays with his family. He keeps his cool as his quirky Midwestern-hearted parents try to set him up with his high school sweetheart, Abby. But when his boyfriend, Nathan, shows up at their doorstep unannounced, Gunn must put on a charade to keep the relationship a secret. With pressure mounting from all sides, will Gunn come out before the truth does?
• Nicholas of Myra
(2009). Story of the gift-giving Byzantine bishop St. Nicholas.
• Operation: Married by Christmas
(2009) Made for TV movie. From the novel by Debra Clopton.
• Silent Night in Algona
(2009). Drama. The story of the German POW camp in Algona, Iowa, during World War II. Local fear turns to friendship as the community is drawn together at Christmas time via a unique gift that will stand as a symbol of peace for many generations to come.