Shutterspeed


2h 2000

Brief Synopsis

Television movie starring Steve Borden (aka professional wrestler Sting) as renegade Los Angeles cop Riley Davis, who is forced to seek the help of his estranged brother, a homicide detective, when his model fiancee and a photographer friend are kidnapped. The two must put aside their differences to

Film Details

Also Known As
Shutter Speed
Release Date
2000
Production Company
Airwaves Sound Design; Alpha Cine; Clairmont Camera, Inc.; Command Post & Transfer Corporation; Eastman Kodak; Lionsgate; Maclean Gael; Mandalay Sports & Urban Entertainment; Paladin Canada; TNT; Toybox; William F. White International, Inc.
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

Television movie starring Steve Borden (aka professional wrestler Sting) as renegade Los Angeles cop Riley Davis, who is forced to seek the help of his estranged brother, a homicide detective, when his model fiancee and a photographer friend are kidnapped. The two must put aside their differences to avenge a dead friend and to rescue Riley's fiancee.

Crew

Gashtaseb Ariana

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Louise Barkholt

Visual Effects Supervisor

Lynne Bespflug

Unit Production Manager

Eric Bischoff

Co-Executive Producer

Tom Blacklock

Special Effects Coordinator

Hennie Britton

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Corinne Clark

Casting

James Cowan

On-Line Editor

Fiona Crossley

Location Manager

Brent Crowell

Assistant Director

Jeff Davis

Sound Editor

Bob Dennett

Transportation Coordinator

Steve Eathorne

Assistant Director

Paul J Edwards

Hair Stylist

Will Ferguson

Stunt Coordinator

Joann Fowler

Makeup Artist

Asha Gil

Casting Associate

Robin Hall

Gaffer

Christine Handley

Set Decorator

Kenneth Hanis

Property Master

Jim Harrington

Foley

Patrick Haskill

Sound Editor

Janel Hassine

Assistant Editor

Carey Hayes

Screenwriter

Carey Hayes

Supervising Producer

Chad Hayes

Supervising Producer

Chad Hayes

Screenwriter

Jason Hervey

Co-Executive Producer

Ryan Hogan

Color Timer

Sophie Hotte

Assistant Editor

Eija Johnson

Art Director

Michael P Keeping

Foley

Susan Lambie

Script Supervisor

Wendy Lewis

Production Coordinator

Peter Lhotka

Producer

Philip Linzey

Director Of Photography

Jan Lucas

Editor

Gordon Mark

Executive Producer

Lori Marshall

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Nathaniel Massey

Camera Operator

Christine Mcleod

Sound Editor

Earendil Mcnay

Script Supervisor

Paul Mitchnick

Camera Operator

Paul Mitchnick

Director Of Photography (2nd Unit)

Christine Mooney

Costume Designer

Gina Mueller

Sound Editor

Andrew Mulkani

Key Grip

J B Owen

Supervisor

Jennifer Page

Casting Associate

Ralph Parker

Sound Mixer

Jayme Pfahl

Post-Production Supervisor

Michael Ritter

Production Designer

David Salzberg

Co-Executive Producer

Nancy Sorge

Assistant Director

John Spencer-phillips

Key Grip

Kevin Stephens

Construction Coordinator

Harold Tichenor

Executive Producer

David James Tickell

Gaffer

Peter Whyte

Assistant Director

Beverly Wiens

Production Accountant

Ken Williams

Music

Film Details

Also Known As
Shutter Speed
Release Date
2000
Production Company
Airwaves Sound Design; Alpha Cine; Clairmont Camera, Inc.; Command Post & Transfer Corporation; Eastman Kodak; Lionsgate; Maclean Gael; Mandalay Sports & Urban Entertainment; Paladin Canada; TNT; Toybox; William F. White International, Inc.
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States February 6, 2000

Began shooting September 17, 1999.

Completed shooting October 15, 1999.

TV rating: TV-14-V