Good Fences


2h 2003

Brief Synopsis

Based on Erika Ellis' novel of the same name, set in the 1970's, an upwardly mobile black family's move into the prestigious community of Greenwich, Connecticut comes with dramatic consequences.

Film Details

Release Date
2003
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

Based on Erika Ellis' novel of the same name, set in the 1970's, an upwardly mobile black family's move into the prestigious community of Greenwich, Connecticut comes with dramatic consequences.

Crew

John Ainsworth

Driver

Brad Alexander

Location Scout

Roy T Anderson

Stunt Coordinator

Rick Anglin

Driver

George Aywaz

Hair Stylist

Michael Babcock

Sound Effects Editor

David Bailey

Post-Production Supervisor

Kashka Banjoko

Hair Stylist

Cynthia Barlow

Key Grip

Don Barnett

Production Assistant

Benjamin Beardwood

Dialogue Editor

Diane Bennett

Stunts

John Benson

Sound Editor

Daisy Bijac

Makeup Artist

Mike Bingham

Driver

Barbara Boguski

Adr Editor

Helen Bone

Driver

Russell Bowie

Assistant Camera

Pierre Branconnier

Camera Trainee

Hiram Brookelstein

Song

Hiram Brookelstein

Song Performer

Jonathan Brown

Electrician

Randy Brown

Generator Operator

Mark Bukator

Production Accountant

Danny Camaro

Song

Leon Chancler

Song

Gavin Chen

Assistant Director

Jas Chima

Assistant

Brian Clark

Driver

Patrick Clark

Music Editor

Melanie Claveau

Office Assistant

Megan Conacher

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Lauren Cooper

Researcher

Anna Dal Farra

Wardrobe

Nitram Dass

On-Set Dresser

Bob Davidson

Chief Lighting Technician

Jon Davis

Special Effects Technician

Sheri Davis

Animal Wrangler

Terri Dehaan

Assistant Costume Designer

Carlos Delarios

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

George Duke

Music

George Duke

Song Performer

George Duke

Song

Stephen Edwards

Song

Stephen Edwards

Music

Erika Ellis

Source Material (From Novel)

Trey Ellis

Writer

Tyler Faulkner

Grip

Cy Fawcett

Grip

Jeanne Fay

Music

Rob Fletcher

Sound Recordist

Mary Ford

Tailor

Tim Franklin

Painter

Candide Franklyn

Camera Operator

Liisa Frantila

Assistant Production Coordinator

Jonathan Freeman

Director Of Photography

Michael Friedman

Visual Effects Supervisor

Jeff Fruitman

Set Decorator

Carole Galand

Assistant Art Director

Donna Gardon

Script Supervisor

Darcy Gasparovic

Assistant Camera

Rose Geddes

Creative Consultant

Errol Gee

Stunts

Linda Gillespie

Post-Production Accountant

Dede Gilser

Production Secretary

Jim Gilstrap

Song Performer

Jill Girling

Assistant Director

Danny Glover

Producer

Whoopi Goldberg

Producer

Paul Greenberg

Assistant Art Director

Dan Grosse

Location Assistant

Vic Haight

Driver

Patrick Hales

Dolly Grip

Scott Hamilton

Prosthetics

W. C. Handy

Song

Adrian Hardy

Property Master

Barbara Harris

Sound

Wayne Heitman

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Jeff Helgason

Scenic Artist

Sonya Henry

Dialogue Editor

Terrence Henry

Driver

Thaddeus Hillary

Song

Laura Houston

Art Department

Rob Huot

Special Effects Technician

Ryan Hupponen

Production Assistant

Corey Izumi

Driver

Blair Johannes

Stunts

Charles Johnson

Song

Brent Kelly

Lead Set Dresser

Jordan Kerner

On-Set Dresser

Mandy Ketcheson

Other

Cory Kinney

Location Manager

Sam Kitt

Executive Producer

Stacey Knocker

Other

Coralie Kott

Assistant Location Manager

Phil Leach

Dresser

Spike Lee

Executive Producer

Stephanie Lees

Assistant Costume Designer

Armand Leo

Line Producer

Mark Lewandowski

Video Playback

Derek Liscoumb

Special Effects Assistant

Steve Lovejoy

Editor

Mike Macaulay

Chief Lighting Technician

Mick Maher

Driver

Russ Martin

Photography

Stuart Martin

Sound Effects Editor

Quinn Matthews

Makeup Artist

Resa Mcconaghy

Costume Designer

Pat Mccorkle

Casting Director

Sean Mccormack

Recording Engineer

Doug Mccullough

Production Designer

Renay Mcgowan

Post-Production Coordinator

John Mcintyre

Driver

Ray Mcmillan

Matte Painter

Gus Medina

Foley Mixer

Lily Messerhuber

Seamstress Supervisor

Michail Michails

Props Buyer

Byron Miller

Song

Laurie Mirsky

Assistant Director

Chris Morsby

Key Grip

Julie Munson

Wardrobe Assistant

Johnny Nash

Song Performer

Johnny Nash

Song

Jeff Nelson

Location Manager

Brian Thomas Nist

Sound Effects Editor

Kevin O'connor

Colorist

Mike Patterson

Property Master

Dale Perry

Foley Artist

Marion Pon

Art Director

Lorraine J Proctor

Accounting Assistant

John Rakich

Assistant Location Manager

Mary Redmond

Production

Kelly Richardson

Electrician

Joanne Rider

Production Coordinator

Monique Roy

Art Department

Karen Sharp

Assistant Production Accountant

Steve Sheridan

Color Timer

Jeff Skochko

Special Effects Coordinator

Steve Skochko

Special Effects Assistant

Douglas Slocum

Assistant Editor

Michael Smith

On-Set Dresser

Richard Spiegelman

Transportation Coordinator

Ann Steel

Wardrobe

Karen Steel

Tailor

Jeff Steinberg

Transportation Coordinator

David Stetson

Driver

Ian Stewart

Boom Operator

Sheelagh Stewart

Production

Scott Thom

Carpenter

Matt Tomas

Grip

Chad Tomasoski

Post-Production Supervisor

Chad Tomasoski

Main Title Design

Robin Urdang

Music Supervisor

Nick Veziris

Propman

Clare Walker

Casting Director

Julia Walker

Hair Stylist

Dave Watt

Construction Coordinator

John Weber

Finance Manager

David Adam Weisberg

Adr Mixer

Claire Welland

Unit Production Manager

Jason Wells

Special Effects Assistant

Debra Weyman

Coach

L Pief Weyman

Photography

Grant Wilkins

Driver

Sherry Wolfson

Location Scout

Ken Woroner

Photography

James Wright

Audio Consultant

Ramesh Yogendran

Electrician

Ivan Yovanovich

Grip

Film Details

Release Date
2003
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Nominated for four 2004 Image Awards, including Outstanding Actor in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Dramatic Special (Danny Glover), Outstanding Actress in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Dramatic Special (Mo'Nique and Whoopi Goldberg), and Outstanding TV Movie, Miniseries or Dramatic Special, by the NAACP.

Nominated for the 2004 Eddie Award for Best Edited Miniseries or Movie for Non-Commercial Television (Stephen Lovejoy) by the American Cinema Editors (ACE).

Aired in United States December 16, 2003

Aired in United States February 2, 2003

Aired in United States January 2003

Shown at Sundance Film Festival (Premieres) January 16-26, 2003.

Aired in the USA on Showtime Cable Network, February 2, 2003.