Paradise


2h 2004

Brief Synopsis

Drama that centers on a former astronaut who found God on a disastrous and near-fatal space voyage and became a world-renowned televangelist. Show provides a look at the lucrative business of TV preachers through his perspective as he juggles his profession, faith and family.

Film Details

Release Date
2004
Location
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

Drama that centers on a former astronaut who found God on a disastrous and near-fatal space voyage and became a world-renowned televangelist. Show provides a look at the lucrative business of TV preachers through his perspective as he juggles his profession, faith and family.

Crew

Matias Alvarez

Assistant Director

Scott Arneman

Property Master

Todd Arnow

Producer

Steven Barnes

Assistant Camera

Michael Black

Camera Operator

Lawane Cole Boltz

Wardrobe Supervisor

Mary Boregino

Assistant Camera

Dawn Bowery

Animator

Jennifer Breeden

Costumer

Artie Butler

Music Supervisor

John Cannon

Stand-In

Cali Carlin

Stunts

Matt Chapman

Animator

Jeff Charbonneau

Music Editor

J Michael Cicilio

Interpreter

Jim Clark

Animator

Mark Cookson

Sound Effects Editor

Carlos Delarios

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Nicole Eldredge

On-Set Dresser

Jeanne Fay

Music

Darrin Fletcher

Storyboard Artist

Carole Fontana

Location Manager

Miriam Footer

Assistant Director

Charlotte Friman

Makeup Artist

Charlotte Friman

Hair Stylist

Elisa Gil-osorio

Casting Associate

Scott Gordon

Animator

Scott Gordon

Technical Advisor

John F Green

Dialogue Editor

Richard Hendricks

Grip

Sonya Henry

Dialogue Editor

Richard Hicks

Casting Director

Mark Hofeling

Art Director

Eileen Horta

Dialogue Editor

Kathy Jarvis

Stunts

Jeff Johnson

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Jeff Jones

Construction Coordinator

Ben Josephsen

Special Effects Coordinator

Mark Kamps

Supervising Sound Editor

Stephen M Katz

Director Of Photography

Tracy Keele

Grip

Mike Kiely

Production Accountant

Shawn Lacy

Key Grip

Lora Lam

Visual Effects

Paula Latham

Hair

Jennifer Lee

Extras Casting Assistant

Fritz Lindbeck

Best Boy

Stephen Marsh

Production Designer

Richard Matheson

Executive Producer

Richard Matheson

Writer

Delynn Ray Maw

Transportation Captain

Pat Mccorkle

Casting Director

Florence-isabelle Megginson

Costume Designer

Shawn Mehling

Extras Casting Assistant

Amy Melendez

Post-Production Coordinator

Gretchen Miller

Visual Effects Producer

Vivien Minton

Animator

Leslie Morales

Set Decorator

John Mores

Animator

Kate Morrison

Script Supervisor

Don Muirhead

Camera Operator

Don Muirhead

Steadicam Operator

Tom Nist

Sound Effects Editor

Robin Patrick

Hair

Robin Patrick

Makeup Designer

Richard Penrod

On-Set Dresser

Pete Romano

Photography

Jeff Rosenblatt

Grip

Scott C Ruley

On-Set Dresser

Ivan Saunders

On-Set Dresser

Don Schain

Line Producer

Don Schain

Unit Production Manager

Mark Scott

Casting Director

Dennis Sedov

Animator

Donald L Shanks

Stunt Coordinator

Michael Shea

Technical Advisor

Manny Siverio

Stunt Coordinator

R Russell Smith

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Mark Snow

Music Composer

Michael Stahlberg

Assistant Editor

Rusti Stalliviere

Stand-In

Norman Steinberg

Writer

Norman Steinberg

Executive Producer

Bonnie Story

Choreographer

Craig Sullivan

Best Boy Grip

Chad Tomasoski

Post-Production Supervisor

Lisa Turminello

Technical Advisor

Pete Turner

Stunts

Barry J Tuttle

Transportation Coordinator

Karen Mayeda Vranek

Post-Production Supervisor

Jason Walsher

Dolly Grip

Jared Waters

Stand-In

Brooke Westberg

Costumer

Kelly Wilcox

Technical Advisor

Garlan Wilde

Gaffer

Lance Wilhoite

Visual Effects Supervisor

Lauren Wood

Stand-In

Katina Zinner

Editor

Film Details

Release Date
2004
Location
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States November 21, 2004

Originally developed and shot as a 2-hour pilot for 2003-2004. Not picked up to series but project was rolled over and scheduled to air as a movie for television for 2004-2005.

Pilot picked up to production for 2003-2004.

Initial Commitment: 2-hour Backdoor Pilot

Aired in USA on Showtime November 21, 2004.

Pilot began shooting August 2003.