Dawn Anna


2h 2005

Brief Synopsis

Based on the true story of a single mother of four children who overcomes brain disease but later must deal with the death of one of her children at Columbine High School.

Film Details

Also Known As
Dawn Anna Story, The
Release Date
2005
Production Company
Lifetime Entertainment Television; Revolution Studios; William F. White International, Inc.
Location
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

Based on the true story of a single mother of four children who overcomes brain disease but later must deal with the death of one of her children at Columbine High School.

Crew

Len Ayotte

Construction Coordinator

Orna Banarie

Assistant

W. Michael Beard

Post-Production Supervisor

Samantha Beck

Consultant

John S. Blackie

Production Designer

Darwin Bohn

Production Accountant

Melissa Brenner

Assistant

Sandi Cameron

Script Coordinator

Elius Caruso

Dubbing Mixer

Barbara Chisholm

Production Coordinator

Tom Cox

Producer

Caroline Dehner

Hair

Guy Dufaux

Director Of Photography

Guy Dufaux

Other

Sylvaine Dufaux

Camera Operator

Ehud Ellman

Assistant Director

Leonard Engelman

Makeup Artist

Tom Engleman

Colorist

Adam Fields

Music

Rainier Galaka

Assistant Editor

Deborah Heslop

Assistant

Arliss Howard

Co-Producer

Arliss Howard

Other

Arliss Howard

Writer

James Howard

Writer

James Howard

Other

Nick Iannelli

On-Line Editor

Gib Jaffe

Editor

Kirk Jarrett

Coordinator

Darren Knox

Consultant

Albert T Lemme

Other

Albert T Lemme

Writer

Peter Lhotka

Line Producer

Peter Lhotka

Producer

Jackie Lind

Casting Director

Louise Mackiewicz

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Ron Macleay

Key Grip

Bill Mather

Sound Supervisor

Kelly Mccoshen

Production Coordinator

Lizzie Mcgovern

Costume Designer

Barry Mclean

Consultant

Jim O'grady

Unit Production Manager

Prudence Olenik

Makeup

Murray Ord

Producer

Jenny Pachet

Consultant

Tom Patricia

Executive Producer

Hilary Peabody

Assistant Editor

Perri Pivovar

Assistant Editor

Michael Playfair

Sound Recordist

Nancy Prevost

Assistant Costume Designer

Jay Rabinowitz

Editor

Jordy Randall

Producer

Tim Ranson

Property Master

Ron Sexsmith

Music

Dale Sheldrake

Dialogue Editor

Madeleine Sherak

Executive Producer

William Sherak

Executive Producer

Jason Shuman

Executive Producer

Karen Sowiak

Assistant Director

Andrew Tay

Dubbing Mixer

Mark Voyce

Location Manager

Toni-ann Walker

Hair Stylist

Chris Wallace

Colorist

Trevor Walton

Executive

Sue Weatherhead

Consultant

Martin Wilde

Gaffer

Linda Williams

Set Decorator

David Zimmerman

Assistant

Film Details

Also Known As
Dawn Anna Story, The
Release Date
2005
Production Company
Lifetime Entertainment Television; Revolution Studios; William F. White International, Inc.
Location
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Nominated for the 2005 Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie (Debra Winger) by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

Aired in United States January 10, 2005

Aired in United States July 12, 2005

Released in United States on Video July 12, 2005

Originally developed at ABC for "The Wonderful World of Disney."

Robert Munic originally attached as writer.

Aired in USA on Lifetime Network in January 10, 2005.

Began shooting July 27, 2004, and completed shooting August 31, 2004.