Factory Girl


1h 27m 2006

Brief Synopsis

Arriving into the chaos of mid-60s New York, rich, ambitious and breathtakingly beautiful Edie Sedgwick meets counter-culture anti-hero Andy Warhol who sees in her untamed vulnerability the makings of an irresistible muse. Andy invites Edie into the wild world of the Factory, a former downtown hat

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
2006
Location
Shreveport, Louisiana, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 27m

Synopsis

Arriving into the chaos of mid-60s New York, rich, ambitious and breathtakingly beautiful Edie Sedgwick meets counter-culture anti-hero Andy Warhol who sees in her untamed vulnerability the makings of an irresistible muse. Andy invites Edie into the wild world of the Factory, a former downtown hat factory he has transformed into a bohemian, creative paradise. Here, a rag-tag mix of musicians, poets, artists, actors and misfits gather to create art and make underground movies during the day and throw glam parties all night long. Edie quickly ascends to become the star of Warhol's movies, an idol at the Factory and a media darling. She is on top of the world when she falls in love with a larger-than-life rock star. But when Edie becomes caught between Warhol's world of sexy surfaces and her new love, she winds up rejected by both--and once again, set adrift in the modern world.

Crew

Matt Aberle

Music Supervisor

Ernesto Alcalde

Accounting Assistant

Pamela Alessandrelli

Assistant Production Coordinator

Aleksandr Allen

Loader

Jillian Amburgey

Script Supervisor

Jill E Anderson

Wardrobe Supervisor

Kimberly C Anderson

Producer

Michael Applebaum

Camera Operator

Gordon Ard

Grip

Antonio L Arroyo

Sound Mixer

B. C. Atkinson,

Song

Kevin Audibert

Foreman

Henry Avelin

Transportation Captain

Eric Avery

Music Editor

Johann Sebastian Bach

Song

K C Bailey

Still Photographer

Taylor Cromartie Baloga

Driver

Markus Barben

Caterer

Peter Barnes

Assistant

Morris Bart

Producer

Corey Bayes

Assistant Editor

Christopher Beattie

Key Grip

Oscar Beguiristain

Transportation Co-Captain

Robert Bella

Post-Production Supervisor

Michael Berenbaum

Editing

Richie Berlin

Associate Producer

Bert Berns

Song

Ian Bharath

Driver

Kate Biscoe

Makeup Artist

Greg Black

Sound

Jolian Blevins

Production Assistant

Pamela Dale Blum

Swing

Ron Von Blumberg

Set Decorator

Gary Bosch

Construction Coordinator

David Boulton

Adr Mixer

Max Bouzaid

Caterer

Geoffrey Braden

Driver

Kevin Bradley

Driver

Sheridan Braxton

Grip

Gail Briant

Scenic Artist

Steven Briante

Camera Assistant

Howard Brooks

Driver

Michael Brown

Driver

Brandon Bussinger

Colorist

John Byrne

Song

Ruth Caffrey

Production Assistant

Matthew Callagy

Driver

Ryan Callahan

Rigging Grip

Salvador B Camacho

Camera Operator

Carolyn Campbell

Stand-In

Vince Camuto

Sound

Chris Cantanese Jr.

Props

Mark Cantania

Key Rigging Grip

Cindi Carl

Consultant

Buddy Carr

Dolly Grip

Christopher Carter

Music

Andrew Casbon

Painter

Alvaro Castillo

Caterer

Jason Celestine

Special Effects Assistant

Ralph Chaboud

Art Department

Bartou Chandler

Location Manager

Roy Chaney

Song

Gilly Charbonnet

Grip

Rose Chatterton

Hair Stylist

Krissopher Chevannes

Adr

Travis Child

Scenic Artist

Brian Chin

Music Supervisor

Walter Chomow

Driver

Rodney Clark

Carpenter

Mark Coble

Props

Doug Coleman

On-Set Dresser

Wil J Collins

Driver

Ryan Collison

Foley Mixer

Dennis Cook

Driver

Eddie Cooley

Song

Ann Margaret Cooper

Craft Service

Elizabeth Coulon

Local Casting

James Cox

Associate Producer

Dwight Craft

Gang Boss

Katie Crory

Associate Producer

Keith Culbertson

Sound Mixer

Daisy Curbeon

Hair

John Davenport

Song

John Davis

Music Editor

John M Davis

Music Editor

Brian Dee

Song Performer

Brian Dee

Song

Jonathan Dee

Song

Pam Demetruis

Foley Editor

Ryan Denmark

Assistant Editor

Alex Devlin

Carpenter

Jorge Diaz

Caterer

Michelle Dibenedetti

Stand-In

Robert Digirojamo

Driver

Jessie Disla

Casting Associate

Gerald Donlan

Foley

Michelle Dossett

Craft Service

Richard Bryan Douglas

Special Effects Technician

Lamont Dozier

Song

John Dunn

Costume Designer

Richard Dupont

Associate Producer

Robert Dupont

Associate Producer

Jacques Dutronc

Song

Jacques Dutronc

Song Performer

Julie Ebel

Costumer

Jacob Eben

Production Assistant

Johnny Echavarria

Other

Dan Edelstein

Supervising Sound Editor

Jon E Edwards

Production Assistant

Joy Ellison

Dialect Coach

Ken Ellner

Song

Dana Embree

Key Costumer

Christian Enthoven

Production Assistant

Marjorie Ergas

Transportation Coordinator

Brian Evans

Accounting Assistant

Eliah Everhard

Electrician

James Faddis

Stand-In

Marian Faddis

Production Assistant

Claire Falkenberg

Scenic Artist

Robert Feldman

Song

Scott Ferguson

Unit Production Manager

Ed Ferraro

Craft Service

William Ferrick

Driver

Tass Filipos

Music Editor

Joe Fineman

Production Consultant

Nat Finkelstein

Photography

Sean Finnegan

Chief Lighting Technician

Barbara Fiorentino

Casting

Theresa A Fleming

Hair Stylist

Jay Floyd

Coordinator

Chris Fogel

Score Recording

Chris Fogel

Music Scoring Mixer

James Fogel

Music Engineer

Joe Rea Fontes

Post-Production Assistant

Chantel Forest

Associate Producer

Paul Fraser

Stunts

Jennifer Freed

Post-Production Accountant

Phil Fuller

Sound Mixer

George Gallacher

Song

Brian Gallagher

Adr

Jeff Galpin

Stunt Coordinator

Don Gant

Song

Linda Gardar

Costumer

Carla Gardini

Co-Executive Producer

Matt Gaumer

Camera Assistant

Kevin Gazdik

Electrician

James A. Gelarden

Art Director

Beau J Genot

Post-Production Supervisor

Dror Gescheit

Sound Mixer

Kley Gilbuena

On-Set Dresser

Marcus Gill

Swing Gang

Dana E Glauberman

Editor

Steve Glenn

Stand-In

Ryan Glorioso

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Gerald Gloster

Grip

Gerry Goldstein

Song

Aaron Richard Golub

Story By

Aaron Richard Golub

Producer

Susie Gomez

Wardrobe

Bernadette J. Gonzales

Office Production Assistant

Marcos Gonzales

Hair Stylist

Edgar Gonzalez

Craft Service

Freddie Gorman

Song

Richard Gottehrer

Song

Laurent Gougneau

Caterer

Charles Gounod

Song

Michael Grady

Director Of Photography

Roger S Graham

Driver

Danny Green

Assistant Director

Elizabeth Greenberg

Casting Associate

Lara Greene

Tailor

Brad Gremillion

Craft Service

Gordon Grinberg

Editing

Carlos Guerra

Steadicam Operator

Lauren Kells Guilmartin

Assistant Director

Bob Hamilton

Song

Tim Hardin

Song

Barbara Harris

Voice Casting

Amy Hauck

Stand-In

Jeffrey Haupt

Sound Mixer

Ruby C Haupt

Boom Operator

Michael Hausman

Assistant Director

Tara Hawks

Costumer

Rhonda H Heath

Extras Casting Assistant

Bruce Heller

Production

Anthony Henderson

Scenic Artist

Donald Henny

Song

Lauren Heno

Production Secretary

Rankin Hickman

Production Coordinator

Rebecca Hofherr

Wardrobe

Brian Holland

Song

Eddie Holland

Song

Edward Holland

Song

Sharon Smith Holley

Assistant Editor

Jared Hopkins

Production Assistant

Amber Horn

Casting Assistant

Colin Hudson

Camera Operator

Kristin Ilagan

Production Assistant

Joe Iverson

Electrician

Robert Jacobs

Driver

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
2006
Location
Shreveport, Louisiana, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 27m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Winter December 29, 2006

Wide Release in United States February 2, 2007

Released in United States on Video July 17, 2007

Released in United States 2007

Shown at Deauville Festival of American Cinema (Competition) August 31-September 9, 2007.

Shown at Santa Barbara International Film Festival (Opening Night) January 25-February 4, 2007.

Warren Beatty was previously attached to direct; Molly Ringwald formerly attached to star.

Released in United States Winter December 29, 2006 (NY, LA)

Wide Release in United States February 2, 2007

Released in United States on Video July 17, 2007

Released in United States 2007 (Shown at Deauville Festival of American Cinema (Competition) August 31-September 9, 2007.)

Released in United States 2007 (Shown at Santa Barbara International Film Festival (Opening Night) January 25-February 4, 2007.)

Project was included on the 2005 Black List.