A Wrinkle in Time


3h 2004

Brief Synopsis

When physicist Jack Murry and his partner Hank disappear without a trace, his children Meg and Charles Wallace and neighbor Calvin O'Keefe take it upon themselves to find him. Guided by Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Who and Mrs. Which, the children travel to two planets before finally reaching Camazotz, where

Film Details

Also Known As
Wonderful World of Disney, The, Wrinkle in Time
Release Date
2004
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
3h

Synopsis

When physicist Jack Murry and his partner Hank disappear without a trace, his children Meg and Charles Wallace and neighbor Calvin O'Keefe take it upon themselves to find him. Guided by Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Who and Mrs. Which, the children travel to two planets before finally reaching Camazotz, where they encounter a repressed society of human and alien beings being controlled by an evil force. They must use their collective and personal strengths to find Jack and save their own lives.

Crew

Ian Ballard

Hair

Wayne Bennett

Unit Manager

Bonnie Benwick

Assistant Director

Stewart Bradley

Special Effects Coordinator

Heike Brandstatter

Casting Director

Nancy Bryant

Costume Designer

Fitch Cady

Producer

Irene Cagen

Casting Director

Chris Capell

Visual Effects Producer

Sandy Cochrane

Production Designer

Sandy Cooper

Makeup

Jayne Craig

Visual Effects

Rory Cutler

Special Effects Coordinator

Jeff Danna

Music

Sally Dixon

Post-Production Supervisor

Nicholas Dodd

Original Music

Mike Dube

Best Boy

Donald P H Eaton

Assistant Director

Charlene Eberle

Visual Effects

Jasmine Elsworth

Production Coordinator

Marny Eng

Stunt Coordinator

Terry Ewasiuk

Set Decorator

Kris Fenske

Sound Design

Jay Firestone

Executive Producer

James Forsyth

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Martin Fossum

Sound Mixer

Kelly Frey

Sound Editor

Paul Giordano

Assistant Location Manager

Ann Goobie

Location Manager

Brad Haehnel

Score Recording

Adam Haight

Executive Producer

Catherine Hand

Executive Producer

Troy Hansen

Production Designer

Kevin Tod Haug

Visual Effects Supervisor

David Hauka

Production Manager

Tracy Hillman

Post-Production Supervisor

Catherine Howard

Production Coordinator

Kirby Jinnah

Dialogue Editor

Jon Joffin

Director Of Photography

Dennis Jones

Gaffer

Diane Kerbel

Casting Director

Jordan Kerner

Executive Producer

Mark Klausmayer

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Madeleine L'engle

Source Material

Blair Law

Casting Associate

Jim Leblanc

Property Master

Stuart Lennox

Key Grip

Patrice Leung

Assistant Director

Meg Liberman

Casting Director

Dave Liboiron

Transportation Coordinator

Philip Linzey

Director Of Photography

Joseph Lobato

Music

Tracy Long

Production Manager

Brad Loree

Stunt Coordinator

Lisa Love

Makeup

Josanne Lovick

Executive Producer

David Maclean

Art Director

Ron Macleay

Key Grip

Susan Maggi

Editor

Gwendolyn Margetson

Art Director

Coreen Mayrs

Casting Director

Johanna Mazur

Set Decorator

Michael Mcgee

Sound Mixer

Allison Melech

Post-Production Assistant

Beth Mercer

Script Supervisor

Al Morgan

Transportation Coordinator

Dean Morris

Best Boy

Graeme Murray

Production Designer

Don Nemitz

Original Music

Mike Paprocki

Sound Effects Editor

Iain Pattison

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Camille H Patton

Casting Director

Tracey Poirier

Assistant Director

Sue Len Quon

Assistant Editor

Neil Robertson

Location Manager

Patricia Rozema

Executive Producer

Sanna Seppanen

Hair

Paul Sharpe

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Susan Shilliday

Writer

Paul Slatter

Gaffer

Cindy Smith

Assistant Director

Dane Allan Smith

Other

Karen Smith

Post-Production Coordinator

Melanie Taylor

Casting Assistant

David Valentine

Property Master

Christina Weigman

Script Supervisor

Keri Young

Post-Production Supervisor

Film Details

Also Known As
Wonderful World of Disney, The, Wrinkle in Time
Release Date
2004
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
3h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Nominated for the 2005 Writers Guild Award for Outstanding Achievement in Television Writing (Children's Script) (Susan Shilliday) from the Writers Guild of America (WGA).

Aired in United States May 10, 2004

Aired in United States November 16, 2004

Originally developed and shot as a two part, four hour miniseries.

Originally scheduled to air in November 2002 but was postponed until the 2003-2004 season and aired May 10, 2004.

Presentation of "The Wonderful World of Disney."