Charlottesville, Virginia – January 31, 2006 – The Paladin Pictures film When Love Walks In has received The Dove Foundation’s Certificate of Recognition, officially declaring the film appropriate for family audiences.  This most recent honor for When Love Walks In is added to a growing list of accolades including Best Dramatic Feature, Best Clean Flick, Best Actress, Director’s Award, Best Soundtrack, Best Marketing, and a 2005 Telly Award.

The Dove Foundation is a non-profit organization established to encourage and promote the creation, production, and distribution of wholesome family entertainment.  Free from commercial pressure, the Foundation seeks out films and videos that meet traditional family values and principals of behavior. In October of last year the organization partnered with Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment to make movie selections easier for consumers searching for family-friendly DVD options such as When Love Walks In.

“Grief is always a difficult subject to deal with, but this movie does an excellent job,” comments Dove Foundation film critic Donna Rolfe in reference to When Love Walks In. “Even though this is a serious topic, this film gives you a few laughs as Art tries to set things in motion for John to find a new mother for Sierra. This movie has many emotions such as sadness, comedy, joy, and love all wrapped into one. Watching this may give you thoughts about changes in your life.”

To bring films such as When Love Walks In to an eager audience, The Dove Foundation has also begun The Dove Movie Channel, a natural extension that provides films and videos especially selected for hospitalized children. These films are shown on the patients' television sets over a designated channel and each participating hospital receives a catalog of over 100 movie titles from which to choose.

When Love Walks In was written and produced by Kent C. Williamson and Directed by Brad Williamson--known together as The Brothers Williamson. In addition to promoting When Love Walks In, the duo is also currently in production on a thought-provoking documentary called Rebellion of Thought that explores faith in a post-modern world. Brad has lived in Sawyer, Michigan with his wife and four kids for nearly 15 years, while Kent resides in Charlottesville, Virginia with his bride and five.

For more information, please email or call 434.817.2700. Paladin Pictures is dedicated to the production, distribution, and promotion of redemptive entertainment and educational media. Paladin Pictures strives to follow the example of the Paladin Order of Knighthood which, under the rule of Charlemagne, was charged with the task of preserving the values and virtues of the society and culture.