August 31, 2014
"How to Fall in Love" airs October 5, 2014 at 11am/10am Central only on Hallmark Channel! Check your local cable or satellite listings for details.
August 22, 2014
Facebook users: you can like the "How to Fall in Love" Facebook page to show your support for the movie!
HTFIL on Home video
January 1, 2013
"How to Fall in Love" is now available on home video. Order your copy today!
"Enjoyed this lighthearted comedy about a woman teaching a guy how to date and not realizing that she had fallen for him herself. Both actors played a realistic couple and showed a diferent view of relationships." -Yvonne
"This is the best movie I have seen in a long time. It is sweet, romantic, and shows that nice guys don't always finish last! Go Harold!" -Abby "OwlShopper"
"I love the lessons in love, building chemistry between the characters, and resolution of old issues. This is a great movie to watch again and again." -K. Laitinen
"What a charming, heartfelt completely winning movie. Eric Mabius and Brooke D'Orsay have wonderful chemistry together, their practice kiss made me swoon. And Kathy Najimy is hilarious as the best friend. I was so happy to see this came on DVD after seeing it on TV. This sweet flick hands down beats a lot of theatrical romantic movies I've seen lately. If you are looking for a great rom-com - look no further. This is it." -Laura Mitten
Still suffering from the ugly-duckling syndrome that branded his youth, Harold White (Eric Mabius) hires Annie Hayes (Brooke D’Orsay), the pretty and popular girl he knew in high school, to be his dating coach and help him shed his wallflower approach to romance. Annie even enlists her friend (Kathy Najimy) for help when she discovers this to be a far more challenging job than she ever thought possible. Annie draws Harold out of his shell and teaches him to win over a new love interest with the help of their shared passion for classic love songs. But when sparks unexpectedly fly between “student” and “teacher,” both Harold and Annie must learn how to make up for past mistakes if they’re going to hold onto true love. (Screenplay written by Bart Fisher.)
Interview with Bart Fisher
July 8, 2012
Parts 1 & 2 of an interview with Bart Fisher about writing "How to Fall in Love."