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Christopher Mark Bessette is a multi-award winning motion picture writer/director/producer. In 2012 Bessette was honored with the province of Ontario Canada, Premier's Award nomination for outstanding achievement in the field of Creative Arts & Design. Bessette has led an international career; while producing a program for Family Channel, Bessette worked with producers in 13 nations. He is the recipient of two best director awards, the first for his feature film “The Enemy God” at the 2008 ARPA International Film Festival in Hollywood. The most recent feature film written and directed by Bessette was shot in Bangkok, Thailand. “Trade of Innocents” deals with the issue of human trafficking, specifically as it pertains to the sale of children. The movie stars: Dermot Mulroney, Academy Award Winner Mira Sorvino, John Billingsley and Trieu Tran. Among its recognition, it was awarded Best Drama and Best Director at the 32nd Annual Festival of Film Breckenridge and the 2012 ICVM Gold Crown Award for Best Picture, as well as Best Feature at the Toronto Cornerstone International Film Festival in 2012. For their roles in the film, Mulroney and Sorvino received Best Actor/Actress nominations at the 2013 Milan International Film Festival in Italy. Bessette is married to his high school sweetheart Toni. They make their home on land deeded to Bessette’s United Empire Loyalist ancestor, 200 years ago by the Crown of England. Their home is in southern Ontario, Canada. Christopher and Toni have 3 children: Rachel, Michael and William. Their son Michael and daughter-in-law Melissa are expecting. Christopher and Toni anxiously await the arrival of their first grandchild. “The Mythamöhre” is Bessette’s first novel.
on Nov. 07, 2013 :
The Mythamöhre is an great book from the mind of an exceptional man. Christopher's latest movie "Trade of Innocents" marked my life. His heart for justice coupled with creativity is sheer inspiration.
(reviewed 36 days after purchase)
on Sep. 08, 2013 :
The Mythamöhre is a book full of description even imagery and is so difficult to put down that I finished it in 2 days. I would call it historical fiction with a twist of fantasy and a thought provoking underlying theme. I considered this book time well invested.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
on Sep. 01, 2013 :
The Mythamöhre is not your typical young adult fantasy adventure story, it is filled with thought provoking imagery and symbolism that adds a real depth to the story making it hard to put down. The book is filled with lots of action, adventure, and romance that will appeal to a wide variety of readers, young and old alike. well worth buying.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)