Wildflower


1h 34m 1991

Brief Synopsis

A television movie based on Sara Flanagan's book "Alice." Set in 1938, two siblings discover that a young girl with epilepsy is being held captive by her stepfather who believes that she is possessed by the devil.

Film Details

Also Known As
Wild Flower
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Anderson Video; CFI Hollywood; Fincannon & Associates; Hearst Entertainment & Syndication; Larson Sound Center; Lifetime Entertainment Television; Panavision, Ltd.
Location
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Synopsis

A television movie based on Sara Flanagan's book "Alice." Set in 1938, two siblings discover that a young girl with epilepsy is being held captive by her stepfather who believes that she is possessed by the devil.

Crew

Steve C. Aaron

Sound Mixer

Laura Adler

Casting Associate

Deena Appel

Costume Designer

Elizabeth Barton

Script Supervisor

Susie Benton

Animal Wrangler

Mel A Bishop

Executive In Charge Of Production

Michael A Broz

Assistant Camera Operator

Chris Cornwell

Art Director

Barbara D'allesandro

Assistant Director

John Deal

Consultant

Jyllel S Dickerman

Production Accountant

Kenny Edwards

Music

Mark Elson

Assistant Editor

Kirsten Everberg

Costume Supervisor

Mauro Fiore

Gaffer

Sara Flanigan

Book As Source Material ("Alice")

Sara Flanigan

Screenwriter

David E Fluhr

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Dick Freed

Executive Producer

Jon Gilutin

Music

Paul D Goldman

Post-Production Supervisor

George Groves

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Stephen Grubbs

Sound Editor

John Randolph Hall

Other

David K Howard

Creative Consultant

D. Michelle Johnson

Hair Stylist

Wesley C Johnson

Set Production Assistant

Janusz Kaminski

Director Of Photography

Jeff Kay

Set Production Assistant

Joe Kelly

Co-Producer

Joseph J Kelly

Coproducer

Jay Kennedy

Transportation Coordinator

Suzanne Kent

Production Executive

Wendy Kurtzman

Casting

Gerald L'ecuyer

Creative Consultant

Ira E Laufer

Executive Producer

Anne Mccaffrey

Location Manager

Tracy Mcgraw

Publicity

Dennis Murphy

Production Manager

Dennis Stuart Murphy

Production Manager

Dennis Murphy

Line Producer

Dennis Stuart Murphy

Line Producer

Carroll Newman

Producer

Judith A Polone

Executive Producer

Gene Poole

Key Grip

Troy Porter

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Mark Rainsford

Key Grip

Stephen E. Rivkin

Editor

Robert Rovner

Production Associate

Lorene Scarborough

Consultant

Garreth Stover

Production Designer

Cheryl Voss

Makeup Artist

Alex Wagner

Publicity

Marty Wereski

Music Editor

Allan Wertheim

Assistant Director

Richard Blake Wester

Property Master

Dean Wright

Production Coordinator

Film Details

Also Known As
Wild Flower
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Anderson Video; CFI Hollywood; Fincannon & Associates; Hearst Entertainment & Syndication; Larson Sound Center; Lifetime Entertainment Television; Panavision, Ltd.
Location
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 34m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video December 16, 1992

Aired in United States December 3, 1991

Aired in United States December 16, 1992

Long-format debut for actress Diane Keaton, whose previous directorial effort, "The Girl With the Crazy Brother," was a CBS Schoolbreak Special during the 1989-90 season.