Soldier's Girl


1h 51m 2003

Brief Synopsis

On the fourth of July 1999, not long after the installment of the "don't ask, don't tell" policy, Barry Winchell, a soldier in the 101st Airborne Division, was brutally murdered by a fellow GI when it was discovered that he fell in love with Calpernia Adams, a transgendered entertainer in a Nashvill

Film Details

Release Date
2003
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Barrie, Ontario, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 51m

Synopsis

On the fourth of July 1999, not long after the installment of the "don't ask, don't tell" policy, Barry Winchell, a soldier in the 101st Airborne Division, was brutally murdered by a fellow GI when it was discovered that he fell in love with Calpernia Adams, a transgendered entertainer in a Nashville nightclub.

Crew

Tessa Abdull

Production Coordinator

Darren Achim

Dailies

Calpernia Addams

Consultant

Douglas Aibel

Casting Director

Ulrika Akander

Dialogue Editor

Paul Alexander

Song

Rick Anglin

Driver

Patrick Antosh

Costume Designer

John Archbell

Property Master

Taryn Ash

Stunts

Doro Bachrach

Producer

David Bailey

Post-Production Supervisor

Jim Ballantine

Driver

Darlene Bargetto

Accounting Assistant

Cynthia Barlow

Key Grip

Marcello Torres Barreras

Construction

Paul Berolzheimer

Sound Effects Editor

Ermes Blarasin

Stunts

Tom Bognar

Assistant Sound Editor

Barbara Boguski

Dialogue Editor

Brian A Bowman

Consultant

Jonathan Brown

Swing

Randy Brown

Generator Operator

Garth Brunt

Art Department

Jeff Brush

Craft Service

Ruth Brush

Craft Service

Brad Bunn

Stunts

Deanna Cadette

Assistant Camera

Zachary Case

Camera Trainee

Russell Cate

Makeup Artist

Don Chan

Transportation Coordinator

Cher

Song Performer

Patrick Clark

Post-Production Assistant

Rudy Clark

Song

Melanie Claveau

Office Assistant

Jon Comerford

Casting Director

Eddie J Cooley

Song

Lena Cordina

Line Producer

Alan Dangerio

Hair

John Davenport

Song

Robbie David

Production Assistant

Bob Davidson

Chief Lighting Technician

Bob Davidson

Gaffer

Sheri Davis

Animal Wrangler

Donna Demers

Production Accountant

James Russell Dewolf

Dialogue Editor

Christian Drennan

Best Boy Electric

Marie Claire Dubaldo

Song

Donna Dupere-taylor

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Fred Ebb

Song

David Edgar

Set Decorator

John S Edwards-younger

Sound Effects Editor

Peter Emmink

Art Director

Doug Erickson

Song

Tyler Faulkner

Grip

Cy Fawcett

Grip

Avi Federgreen

Production Manager

Clarence Ford

Choreographer

David France

Other

Terri Frank

Wardrobe Supervisor

William Freesh

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Donna Gardon

Script Supervisor

Lee Garrison

Post-Production Assistant

Darrell Gibson

Driver

Linda Gillespie

Post-Production Accountant

Dede Gilser

Production Secretary

Larissa Giroux

Casting Associate

Linda Gottlieb

Producer

Patrick Hales

Dolly Grip

Nathan Hankins

Assistant Sound Editor

Joel Hay

Assistant Director

Jeff Helgason

Head Scenic Carpenter

Lindsey Hermer-bell

Production Designer

Curtis Hibbert

Stunts

Reni Hoz

Assistant Camera

Peter Hudecki

Storyboard Artist

Ken Innes

On-Set Dresser

Brock Jolliffe

Special Effects Coordinator

Etheline Joseph

Hair Stylist

Jan A. P. Kaczmarek

Song

Jan A. P. Kaczmarek

Music

John Kander

Song

Sara Kapuchinski

Song Performer

Peter J King

Post-Production Coordinator

Stacey Knocker

Other

Sam Komaromi

Video Post-Production

David Korchok

Assistant Location Manager

K.d. Lang

Song

K.d. Lang

Song Performer

Tom Latto

Driver

Don Leclaire

Grip

Peggy Lee

Song Performer

Stephanie Lees

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Annie Lennox

Song

Annie Lennox

Song Performer

Catherine Lew

Assistant Director

Jordana Lieberman

Production Assistant

Daniel Light

Song

Angelica Lisk

Stunts

Samarroo Llalchan

Driver

Howard London

Adr

Stephen Lynch

Makeup Artist

Mike Macaulay

Best Boy

Stephen J Macdougal

On-Set Dresser

Raymond Mackintosh

Makeup Artist

Bob Maclean

Driver

Gus Madina

Foley Recordist

Ernie Mannix

Music Editor

Shirley Manson

Song

Steve Marker

Song

Anthony Mazzei

Supervising Sound Editor

Jerome Mccann

Transportation Supervisor

Brent Mcgillivray

Assistant Art Director

Renay Mcgowan

Post-Production Coordinator

Glen Mcgugan

Transportation Captain

Bill Mcmillan

Sound Recordist

Bill Mcmillan

Sound

Trevor Mctavish-smith

Assistant

Anthony Miller

Editing

Ben Mink

Song

Matthew Monzon

Hair

Regan Moore

Stunts

Ian Morgan

Supervising Sound Editor

Todd Murakami

Sound Effects Editor

Rick Nowels

Song

Ron Nyswaner

Coproducer

Ron Nyswaner

Writer

Marilyn O'quinn

Makeup Artist

Billy Oliver

Stunts

Janice Papadaki

Negative Cutter

Neesha Patki

Assistant Director

Bryan Pennington

Audio Consultant

Dale Perry

Foley Artist

Tom Pinteric

Driver

Ed Queffelec

Stunts

Peter Rauhofer

Song

Bryan Renfro

Stunt Coordinator

David Carl Robinson

Costumes

Paul Saban

Production

Kevin Saffer

Assistant Production Coordinator

Ronn Sarosiak

Lead Set Dresser

Paul Sarossy

Director Of Photography

Jan Saywell

Video Post-Production

Sean Scoffield

Assistant Art Director

Lianne Seal

Accounting Assistant

Steve Sheridan

Color Timer

Michael Smith

On-Set Dresser

R Russell Smith

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Kimberly Memory Stanley

Assistant Costume Designer

Matthew Stark

Boom Operator

Ann Steel

Wardrobe Supervisor

Billy Steinberg

Song

Mary Ann Stevens

Stunts

Josie Stewart

Hair

Sheelagh Stewart

Production

Peeter Tammemagi

Assistant Property Master

Scott Thom

Carpenter

Tom Thompson

Dresser

Patrick Tidy

Assistant Director

Cindy Tolan

Casting Associate

Millie Tom

Casting Associate

Chad Tomasoski

Post-Production Supervisor

Robin Urdang

Music Supervisor

Omid Vahid

Swing

Thomas Vencelides

Location Manager

Butch Vig

Song

Andres Vosu

Driver

Len Wagner

Stunts

Duff Warren

Location Assistant

Dave Watt

Construction Manager

Ronald Webber

Stunts

John Weber

Finance Manager

Glen Weller

Driver

Trevor White

Colorist

Joshua Wilder

Assistant

Mark Willis

Camera Operator

Kate Wilson

Dialect Coach

Barry Winchell

Acknowledgment

Victoria Wood

Wig Maker

Ken Woroner

Photography

Mitsu Yano

Carpenter

Ramesh Yogendran

Swing

Katina Zinner

Editor

Film Details

Release Date
2003
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Barrie, Ontario, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 51m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Nominated for two 2003 Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Directing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special (Frank Pierson) and Outstanding Makeup for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special (Prosthetic) (Raymond Mackintosh and Russell Cate), by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

Voted one of the 10 best TV programs of the year 2003 by the American Film Institute (AFI).

Winner of the 2003 Peabody Award from the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia.

Aired in United States 2003

Aired in United States January 2003

Aired in United States January 27, 2004

Aired in United States May 2003

Aired in United States May 31, 2003

Shown at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival (World Cinema) February 28-March 9, 2003.

Shown at Tribeca Film Festival (Showcase) May 3-11, 2003.

Source material from article "An Inconvenient Woman" published in the New York Times Magazine on May 28, 2000.

Originally in development and shot as a feature film, project was later acquired by Showtime.

Aired in USA on Showtime Network May 31, 2003.