A Diva's Christmas Carol


2h 2000

Brief Synopsis

Contemporary adaptation of Charles Dickens' story, "A Christmas Carol." The story focuses on an egomaniacal singer named Ebony, a former member of a girl group, whose lack of the spirit of Christmas brings on supernatural visitations.

Superstar singer Ebony decides at the end of a long European to

Film Details

Also Known As
Diva's Christmas Carol
Release Date
2000
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

Contemporary adaptation of Charles Dickens' story, "A Christmas Carol." The story focuses on an egomaniacal singer named Ebony, a former member of a girl group, whose lack of the spirit of Christmas brings on supernatural visitations.

Superstar singer Ebony decides at the end of a long European tour that she wants to headline a Christmas day charity show in New York City. While her overworked manager, Bob Cratchett, and her touring crew balk at the added inconvenience of being away from their own families for the holiday, Ebony tells Bob that "Christmas is a marketing machine we can't ignore." At her luxury suite on Christmas Eve, Ebony rejects an invitation from her niece, Olivia, to spend some time with her family. A loud rap on the door signals a frightening appearance by the ghost of Marli Jacob, Ebony's late former singing partner, who warns the diva that her loss of holiday spirit will mean the loss of her soul. According to Marli, Ebony has one chance to turn her life around, and that chance will come tonight when she's visited by three spirits, the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future.

Crew

Benoit Alaire

Key Grip

Gary Alexander

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Susan Bayne

Other

Jacques F Bernier

Camera Operator

Kate Best

Makeup Artist

Michael Brooks

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Jennifer Jean Cacavas

Assistant Editor

Sebastien Casson

Assistant Camera Operator

Claudio Castravelli

Producer

Bruce Chun

Director Of Photography

Mike Chute

Stunt Coordinator

Patricia Clifford

Executive Producer

Didier Communaux

Unit Manager

Royal Cosgrove

Special Effects Coordinator

Johanne Cuporicci

Assistant Director

Robbie Dachburn

Assistant Director

Lison Daignault

Dresser

Didne Daoust

Costume Coordinator

Renato Decottis

Assistant Director

Charles Dickens

From Story

Chantal Doslie

Production Accountant

Louise Dube

Assistant Costume Designer

Stephane Durocher

Transportation Captain

Benoit Falardeau

Location Manager

Neil Grieve

Editor

Robert Hurman

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Oscar James

Hair Stylist

Melanie Johnson

Sound Recordist

Stan Jones

Music Editor

Csaba Kertesz

Production Designer

Dayle King

Choreographer

Shana Landsburg

Casting

Suzanne Lauer

Associate Producer

Lenny Lee

Makeup Artist

Christopher Lennertz

Music

John Lewin

Gaffer

Roger Martin

Set Decorator

Julie Matlin

Production Coordinator

Jason Miles

Song

Vera Miller

Casting

Martine Mongrain

Art Department Coordinator

Ric Nish

Line Producer

Ric Nish

Production Manager

Marie Andree Paquel

Assistant Camera Operator

Michael Perlmutter

Music Supervisor

Michael Puliatch

Coproducer

Michael Puliatch

Consultant

Nadia Rona

Casting

Richard Schenkman

Screenplay

Denis Sperdouklis

Costume Designer

Micheline Sylvestre

Assistant Location Manager

Elizabeth Tremblay

Script Supervisor

Marcus Trumpp

Music Arranger

Caroline Tybala

Other

Jeff Vaughn

Other

Timothy K Walton

Property Master

Robert Webber

Sound Editor

Vanessa Williams

Song Performer

Hanna Yee

Hairdresser

Diandra Yoselevitz

Other

Film Details

Also Known As
Diva's Christmas Carol
Release Date
2000
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States December 13, 2000

Began shooting October 1, 2000.