Daniel Will-Harris [blog] [website]
- SCHOOL TEACHER
- JAMIE YOUNG
- FAST FOOD ORDER TAKER
- DRAMA CLUB
Abby Ainciart, Alex Coleman, Lucia Gill, Shelby Goerwitz, Amanda Longstreth, Galen MacDougal, Cole Patterson, Rosalie Sangenitto, Theo Sangenitto, Ian Wexler
- THE DOGS
Hobbs, Dingo, Charlie, Wally & Scout and a few others
- THE CAT
In loving memory of Jeanne (Aunt Gino) Bower, Edward (Uncle Ned) Lewis Herring III, and Michael Wilson.
- Jan and Mark Brazil; Ross, Sissie & Gabby Davis; J.O., Maggie, Morgan & Oliver Davis for being the best family one could choose. Mom & Dad for everything.
- Beth Sullivan for teaching me everything I know about writing & producing and for just being a marvelous friend. Also, Arnold Schulman for continuing creative inspiration by example. John and Joannie Bower and Aunt â€œKennyâ€ Salveson for love and support.
- Marvelous early readers: Samantha Shad, Susan Scarnecchia, Alley Mills, Mary Byrd, Jennifer Tait, Robert Hamilton, Daniel Will-Harris.
- Tom & Dody Laughlin & family for being wonderful and for showing me that friends and family can make a movie.
BEHIND THE SCENES
Thank you Drama Club for helping out in our "play" scene and thanks to all the parents, kids and friends who helped to fill out our audience.
LOCATIONS: Alice Thompson II, Jim MacAninch, Jan & J.O. Davis, Charlene & Tom Pitcher Huston, Russ Waldrop, Santa Barbara Middle School.
ALL THE MOSAIC-ERS: Marilyn Young for tireless work on the Malibu vista, ably assisted by Carmella Baffo; View of the Manetti bridge: Marilyn Young & J.D. Collier, assisted by Annie Nichols and Jane Anderson Crawford; For instructional support and some of her prime mosaics: Leigh Hamilton & Warren Long of Santa Monicaâ€™s: Hamilton Gallery; Pot makers: Jane Crawford, Oliver Davis, Hart Pitcher, Eric Marks Maggie Davis, Charlene Pitcher, Jennifer Tait, Rahni Sadler, Michele Saylor, Eileen Koster, Annie Nichols, Lisa Holloway, J.D. Collier. (If you made a pot and we forgot you, please accept our apologies) Tami Zweig for promo-pots.
OTHER PROPS: Virginia Hayes for the suggestion of the terra cotta pots and tireless location work. Eric Nagelmann for the super abundance of terra cotta pots. Jeffeurs Winery for one wine barrel and Santa Barbara Winery for the other. The Davis Siblings Collection for carousel animals. Michael Adcock for the beautiful pottery to hold â€œDadâ€.
SET HELPERS: John L. Pitcher, Andre Glitzski, Charyn English, Sarah Fraser, Richard Crowin, Virginia Flecher, Jennifer Tait & Robin Russell.
MORE THANKS: Eileen Koster for special casting assistance. Greg Harrison for guitar tutoring. Alan Lazar, Connie Ortega, Lizzie McGraw, Bruce K. Long, Mark Kaplan, Larry Goodman, Chris Rich, Peter & Suzenna Kredenser, Chuck & Lisa Bowman for help and advice. All the fopaas (former PanAmers) Annie Nichols, Michelle Saylor, Susan Ahrens, Eileen Koster, Lisa Holloway, Vaughn Greene, Wendy Knecht Edelman, Jimmy S. Sprague, Eliza Moran, Teresa Kucer, Renee Miel Kreiger, Sharon Lawler, Marc Eisman, Pascal Haas, Ken Miles, Roland Perini, Vicki Hicksâ€¦ and by extension: Liz & Tony Sharp. College friends Susan & Dante Scarnecchia, Georgene and Gary Fettus for support and encouragement.
Please take note of: Dressed and Ready by Susan Pitcher; Chrystie Scott Design; Tumbleweed & Dandelion; Tâ€™ai Chi master Terry Dunn; Hank Pitcher paintings; Printland â€“ Santa Monica; All our wonderful neighbors and landlord at 212; Great Movie: THE ALMOST BOYS - Andrea Michaud & Eric Flemming; Subscribe to the Threepenny Review!
Thank you to the land down under which seems to have an endless pool of talent from which Hollywood (and especially this film) greatly benefits