Snow Angels


1h 46m 2007

Brief Synopsis

High school student Arthur plays trombone in the marching band, works at the local Chinese restaurant and avoids his squabbling parents. At work, he busses tables and flirts with Annie who used to be his baby-sitter. Annie is trying to rebuild her life after splitting with high school sweetheart Gl

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
2007
Production Company
Cinetic Media; Swelltone Labs; Technicolor PostWorks New York; Twentieth Century Fox Sound Department; William F. White International, Inc.
Distribution Company
Warner Independent Pictures (WIP); Front Row Filmed Entertainment (UAE); Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group; Warner Independent Pictures
Location
Nova Scotia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 46m

Synopsis

High school student Arthur plays trombone in the marching band, works at the local Chinese restaurant and avoids his squabbling parents. At work, he busses tables and flirts with Annie who used to be his baby-sitter. Annie is trying to rebuild her life after splitting with high school sweetheart Glenn and is happy to reciprocate Arthur's flirtations. With her marriage to Glenn ending in chaos, she is left to fend for herself and their young daughter. A man with a troubled past, Glenn hopes to rebuild his life by getting a job and tries to reconnect with his family. At school, Arthur is befriended by Lila, a pretty girl who is just as nerdy as he is, and they quickly develop a crush on each other. Though Lila makes her feelings and affection for Arthur painfully obvious, Arthur is reluctant to engage in a relationship because of his own parents marital troubles. As his father, Don, moves out of the family home, Arthur observes the drama unfold as his mother Louise struggles to keep it together. As he begins to fall for the irresistible Lila, Arthur watches Annie and Glenn tear each other apart at the same time as his parents begin new and separate lives. These relationships spin around each other in orbits of pain, love and desperation. Then, on a cold winter morning, Glenn and Annie's past catches up with their future. For them, and for everyone who knows them, nothing will ever be the same.

Crew

Brian Adams

Grip

Keith Adams

Best Boy Grip

Lana Aklilu

Visual Effects Producer

Bernard Alexander

Song

Gilian Anderson

Casting

William Anderson

Editor

Harvey Andrews

Caterer

Luigi R Arnould

Craft Service

Gene Autry

Song Performer

Gene Autry

Song

John Awoods

Stunts

Perry Babineau

Swing

Kerry Barden

Casting

Lance Barney

Dresser

Alison Barnim

Set Production Assistant

Denise Barrett

Costumer

Chris Baxter

Dolly Grip

Deborah Becker

Assistant Production Accountant

Lori Ann Bellefontaine

Generator Operator

Rob Bennett

Transportation Coordinator

Tony Berg

Music Producer

Tony Berg

Song

David Betancourt

Foley Mixer

Clark Biesele

Special Effects Technician

Larry Blake

Supervising Sound Editor

Larry Blake

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Meredith Blake

Post-Production Supervisor

Randy Boliver

Stunt Coordinator

Louis Boudreau

Swing

Gary Brown

Assistant Property Master

George Bunce

Visual Effects Editor

Lisa Cail

Makeup

Marsha Cameron

Scenic Artist

David T Chisholm

Grip

Chuck Clark

Swing

Jason Clarke

Assistant Art Director

Lorraine Clarke

Production

Gary Coates

Special Effects Coordinator

Chris Cochlin

Video Playback

Chris Cochlin

Video

John Cochrane

Assistant Camera

Missy Coggiola

Assistant

Ashley Cramer

Assistant

Josh Crocker

Song Performer

Josh Crocker

Song

Dave Wayne Croft, Jr.

Production Assistant

John Crowley

Film Lab

Adam Cummins

Production Assistant

Keith Currie

Property Master

Donna Delvecchio

Post-Production Accountant

Francine Deschepper

Stand-In

Alan G Deveau

Costumer

Susan Diamond

Production Assistant

Bruce Dixon

Assistant

Rodney Dominey

Transportation Captain

Jeanne Donovan-fisher

Executive Producer

Sean Doyle

Assistant Director

John Earle

Tutor

Alison Engel

Development Executive

Rob Eshelby

Driver

Allan Fleming

Song

Bill Flower

Animal Wrangler

Darcy Fraser

Camera Trainee

Earlene Fraser

Hair

Peter Fraser

Grip

Steve Frecker

Caterer

Peter Gabriel

Song

David Gates

Song

Christof Gebert

Sound Recordist

Rick Gillis

Swing

Janice Ginsberg

Music Supervisor

Ben Goluch

Assistant Camera

John Goodridge

Caterer

Takaakira Goto

Song

Doug Graham

Location Assistant

Cathy Grant

Production Coordinator

William Travis Graves

Song

David Gordon Green

Screenplay

Ian Greig

Set Decorator

Elizabeth Guildford

Production Manager

Robert Hardiman

Painter

Randy Hardy

Scenic Artist

Maynard Harris

Swing

Rex Hart

Driver

Shane Hartman

Song

Dave Hastings

Visual Effects Editor

Phil Hatcher

Assistant Location Manager

Tracey Hatcher

Assistant Production Accountant

Harold Hess

Song

Devin Hillier

Assistant Director

Allan F Hollett

Craft Service

Edwin Hollett

Painter

David Holman

Grip

Billy Hopkins

Casting

Graeme Hopkins

Production Assistant

Christopher Hrasky

Song

Benji Hughes

Song Performer

Benji Hughes

Song

Dale Hussey

Construction

Evan Hyisky

Hair Stylist

Gerry Jackman

Boom Operator

Michael Aaron James

Song

Hugh Jones

On-Set Dresser

Jannette Joudrey

Driver

Aram Kouyoumdjian

Boom Operator

Elizabeth Kuchurean

Makeup Artist

Sheila Lane

Casting Director

Kirsten Larson

Other

John Leach

Song

John Leach

Song Performer

Rodney Leary

Construction Coordinator

Peter Lesperance

Song

Dan Lindau

Song

Dan Lindau

Song Performer

Dan Lindau

Producer

Ned Lindau

Visual Effects

Kimaree Long

Adr/Dialogue Editor

Mark Macaulay

Art Department

Ryan Macdonald

Assistant Camera

Trevor Macdonald

Special Effects Technician

Kevin Macneil

Swing

Ron Macneil

Grip

Meghan Marentette

Seamstress Supervisor

Mike Mason

Grip

Anthony Maxwell

Song

Mary Louise Mccloskey

Script Supervisor

Jeff Mcilwain

Original Music

Ted Mcinnes

Assistant Camera

Joe Mckibbon

Production Assistant

Trevor Mercer

Construction

Andrew Miller

Assistant Property Master

Paul Miller

Producer

Paul Miller

Producer

Sara Mills

Visual Effects Producer

Paul Mitcheltree

Camera Assistant

Todd Murchie

Gaffer

Shawn Murphy

Special Effects Technician

Lisa Muskat

Producer

Carl Nigi

Swing

Amanda O'leary

Makeup Artist

Stewart O'nan

Source Material

Bernard Oakley

Driver

The Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra

Song Performer

The Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra

Song

Tim Orr

Director Of Photography

Laurie Pace

Hair Stylist

Rachael Parsons

Costumer

Edwin Pavey

Production Assistant

Robert J Petrie

Gaffer

Mike Pettit

Assistant Property Master

Rodger Pike

Craft Service

Philip C Publicover

Medic

Terry Quennell

Art Director

Munaf Rayani

Song

Chris Reardon

Photography

Diana Redmond

Costumer

Terry Reid

Grip

Gareth Roberts

Camera Assistant

Gordie Roberts

Driver

Kay Robertson

Assistant Director

Carol Robinson

Wardrobe Supervisor

Karen Ropson

Painter

Kate Rose

Costume Designer

Sian Morris Ross

On-Set Dresser

Tania Rudolph

Makeup

Chas Sampson

Driver

John C Sampson

Stunts

Elaine Sanford

Assistant Costume Designer

Ross Sangster

Key Grip

Harem Scarem

Song Performer

Paul Schnee

Casting

Ben Scott

Visual Effects

Brian Sears

Driver

Janice Sheridan

Production Accountant

Darlene Shiels

On-Set Dresser

John Shurko

Assistant Director

Peter Simas

Stunts

Travis Sittard

Assistant Editor

Andrew Smith

Dialect Coach

Kelsey Smith

Camera Operator

Kelsey Smith

Steadicam Operator

Laurie Smith

Set Costumer

Mark Smith

Song

Suzanne Smith

Casting

Shawn Snip

On-Set Dresser

Tracey Soast

Film Lab

Doug Stensrud

Construction

Victor Stevens

On-Set Dresser

Alicia M Stevenson

Foley

Alyson Stopps

Costumer

Alan Sweet

Swing

Gary Swim

Location Manager

Vasilios Tanis

Makeup Artist

Cami Taylor

Producer

Emmanuel Taylor

Driver

Lorne Taylor

Coordinator

Billy Theriot

Assistant Sound Editor

James Thibodeau

Best Boy Electric

James Todd Thorne

Driver

David Title

Development Executive

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
2007
Production Company
Cinetic Media; Swelltone Labs; Technicolor PostWorks New York; Twentieth Century Fox Sound Department; William F. White International, Inc.
Distribution Company
Warner Independent Pictures (WIP); Front Row Filmed Entertainment (UAE); Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group; Warner Independent Pictures
Location
Nova Scotia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 46m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Shown at Sundance Film Festival (Dramatic Competition) January 18-28, 2007.

Based on the novel "Snow Angels" written by Stewart O'Nan; published by Doubleday October 1, 1994.

Released in United States January 2007 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (Dramatic Competition) January 18-28, 2007.)

Released in United States Spring March 7, 2008 (NY, LA)

Released in United States March 14, 2008 (Los Angeles)

Released in United States September 2008 (Shown at Deauville Festival of American Cinema (Competition) September 5-14, 2008.)

Released in United States on Video September 16, 2008

Released in United States January 2007

Released in United States March 14, 2008

Released in United States on Video September 16, 2008

Released in United States September 2008

Released in United States Spring March 7, 2008

Shown at Deauville Festival of American Cinema (Competition) September 5-14, 2008.