Camp


1h 54m 2003

Brief Synopsis

When the kids on a packed bus heading to the country are belting Sondheim tunes, you know Camp Ovation is different. It is a place where talented young people can get away from their everyday lives and be themselves without apologies. Long summer days at Camp Ovation are ripe with life lessons, roma

Film Details

Also Known As
Untitled (Stagedoor project)
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2003
Distribution Company
IFC Films
Location
New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 54m

Synopsis

When the kids on a packed bus heading to the country are belting Sondheim tunes, you know Camp Ovation is different. It is a place where talented young people can get away from their everyday lives and be themselves without apologies. Long summer days at Camp Ovation are ripe with life lessons, romance, fast friendships, jealousies, and a trunk full of backstage antics. As the summer kicks off, the campers eagerly await the arrival of the Broadway-legend-turned-washout Bert Hanley and also make the shocking discovery that there is an honest-to-goodness straight boy in the bunch.

Crew

Lynn Ahrens

Song

Alana Allen

Song Performer

Sasha Allen

Song Performer

Allen Bain

Coproducer

Jamie Baker

Foley

Tracee Beazer

Song Performer

Holly Becker

Executive Producer

Jason Blackburn

Sound Mixer

Kip Bogdahn

Director Of Photography

Will Cantler

Casting

Ben Cheah

Supervising Sound Editor

Joanna Chilcoat

Song Performer

Andy Cimerman

Technical Director

Linda Cohen

Music Supervisor

Missy Cohen

Music Editor

Lorenzo Contessa

Storyboard Artist

Alice Cooper

Song Performer

Steven Cutts

Song Performer

Patricia De Paula

Production Coordinator

Danny De Vito

Producer

Don Dixon

Song Performer

Joe Foley

Photography

Jan Folkson

Music Engineer

Dina Goldman

Production Designer

Jerry Goldman

Scenery

Michael Gore

Song

Todd Graff

Producer

Todd Graff

Screenplay

Jason Graham

Assistant Director

Matt Haasch

Adr Mixer

Jason P Hayes

Hair Stylist

Sherry Heart

Hair

Winnie Jack

Song Performer

Alec Jarnagin

Steadicam Operator

Caroline Kaplan

Executive Producer

Persefonie Karkosta

Makeup Artist

Cecily Kaston

Assistant Director

Miriam Kazdin

Associate Producer

Anna Kendrick

Song Performer

Myron Kerstein

Editor

Julie Kleiner

Song Performer

Richard Klubeck

Executive Producer

Pamela Koffler

Producer

Robert Larrea

Sound Mixer

Chris Lee

Lighting Technician

Daniel Letterle

Song Performer

Dan Levine

Coproducer

Michele Lynch

Choreographer

Jerry Mitchell

Choreographer

Anthony C Molden

Scenic Artist

Dequina Moore

Song Performer

Joel Moss

Music Scoring Mixer

Jay Peck

Foley Artist

Tora Peterson

Set Decorator

Victoria Pettibone

Casting

Anthony Pettine

Script Supervisor

Brittany Pollack

Song Performer

Kate Quinlan

Wardrobe Supervisor

Eva Radke

Scenic Artist

Susan Reilly

Makeup

Nicholas Renbeck

Adr Supervisor

Nicholas Renbeck

Sound Supervisor

Tania Ribalow

Makeup

Sanna Riley

Makeup Artist

Katie Roumel

Producer

Jonathan Sehring

Executive Producer

Michael Shamberg

Producer

Stacey Sher

Producer

Keith Shortreed

Music Engineer

Brad Simpson

Associate Producer

Stephen Sondheim

Song

Joia Speciale

Camera Operator

Wyatt Sprague

Sound Effects Editor

Tiffany Taylor

Song Performer

Bernard Telsey

Casting

Stephen Trask

Music

David Vaccari

Casting

Christine Vachon

Producer

Al Valentine

Location Manager

Caitlin Van Zandt

Song Performer

Daniel Wagner

Production Supervisor

Daniel Wagner

Post-Production Supervisor

Derek Walker

Camera Operator

Timothy Weil

Music Conductor

Timothy Weil

Original Music

Timothy Weil

Music Arranger

Timothy Weil

Music Producer

Dawn Weisberg

Costume Designer

Jonathan A Weisgal

Producer

John Marcum Wells

Executive Producer

Warren Wibe

Song Performer

Victoria Williams

Song

Film Details

Also Known As
Untitled (Stagedoor project)
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2003
Distribution Company
IFC Films
Location
New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 54m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer July 25, 2003

Expanded Release in United States August 8, 2003

Released in United States on Video February 24, 2004

Released in United States January 2003

Released in United States June 2003

Shown at IFP/Los Angeles Film Festival (Closing Night) June 11-21, 2003.

Feature directorial debut for Todd Graff.

DuArt color

Released in United States Summer July 25, 2003

Expanded Release in United States August 8, 2003

Released in United States on Video February 24, 2004

Released in United States January 2003 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (Dramatic Competition) January 16-26, 2003.)

Released in United States June 2003 (Shown at IFP/Los Angeles Film Festival (Closing Night) June 11-21, 2003.)