Nora Roberts' Northern Lights


2009

Brief Synopsis

Haunted by the death of his partner, former Baltimore cop Nate Burns accepts the job as chief of police in the remote outpost of Lunacy, Alaska. Once there, he falls for Meg Galligan, a feisty bush pilot with her own demons. When Meg's father, a man she's long believed abandoned her and her mother C

Film Details

Also Known As
Flammande skyar, Northern Lights, Resplandor en la cumbre
Release Date
2009
Production Company
Entertainment Clearances, Inc.; Jill Meyers Music; Lifetime Entertainment Television; Smart Post Sound; Technicolor
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Synopsis

Haunted by the death of his partner, former Baltimore cop Nate Burns accepts the job as chief of police in the remote outpost of Lunacy, Alaska. Once there, he falls for Meg Galligan, a feisty bush pilot with her own demons. When Meg's father, a man she's long believed abandoned her and her mother Charlene, turns up dead, Nate becomes embroiled in a high-profile murder investigation - and must use his big-city survival instincts to solve an elusive mystery threatening his new life and love.

Crew

John Adshead

Key Grip

Chris P Bacon

Music

Jackie Bagley

Assistant Art Director

Cheryl Bauer

Assistant Production Coordinator

Sean Blackie

Set Decorator

Doug Bos

Animal Trainer

David Brown

Boom Operator

Janet Brownell

Writer

Janet Brownell

Writer (Tv)

Phil Chipera

Assistant Director

Jesse Cooper

Assistant Director

Mark Cooper

Assistant Camera

Tom Cox

Coproducer

Laura De Molssac

Hair Stylist

Candice Elzinga

Casting Director

Katherine Engelman

Animal Trainer

Rhonda Fisekci

Casting Director

Eric Fraser

Production Designer

Greg Fullalove

Best Boy Grip

Stephanie Germain

Executive Producer

Susan Glicksman

Casting Director

Kim Goddard-rains

Production Coordinator

Dean Goodine

Property Master

Michael Graham

Sound Supervisor

Peter Gruber

Executive Producer

Christopher Hargadon

Costume Designer

Brian R Harman

Sound Mixer

Michelle Hastings

Associate Producer

James Newton Howard

Score Recording

Amber Humphries

Assistant Set Decorator

Myron Hyrak

Production Designer

Joanne Jacobsen

Makeup Artist

Dale Jahraus

Camera Operator

Dominika Jurek

Assistant Director

Steven Kajorinne

Assistant

Michael Kaz

Assistant Editor

Nancy Kirhoffer

Post-Production Supervisor

Sherry Klein

Sound Mixer

Mike Kolafa

Gaffer

Ruth Labarge

Animal Trainer

George Lakes

Accountant

Alyson Lockwood

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Jurgen Lutze

Construction Coordinator

Todd Macland

Best Boy Electric

Martin Mcinally

Camera Operator

Marion Milner

Script Supervisor

Marr Morgan

Production Accountant

Matthias Nitschke

Business Affairs

Murray Ord

Coproducer

James Paradis

Special Effects Coordinator

Brian Leslie Parker

Unit Production Manager

Margaret Perry

Assistant Costume Designer

Michael Playfair

Sound Mixer

Sabrina Plisco

Editor

Dan Power

Photography

Jordy Randall

Coproducer

Randi Richmond

Producer

Nora Roberts

Consultant

Nora Roberts

Source Material

Coleman Robinson

Transportation Coordinator

Maurice Routly

Special Effects

Stephen Sebert

Assistant Camera

Andrew Simpson

Animal Trainer

Martina Smyth

Casting Director

Darryl Solly

Location Manager

Peter Strauss

Executive Producer

Peter E. Strauss

Executive Producer

Stuart Thomas

Music

David Townsend

Post-Production Supervisor

Tom Trafalski

Music Editor

William Wagner

Assistant Location Manager

Brent Woolsey

Stunt Coordinator

Craig Wrobleski

Director Of Photography

Craig Wrobleski

Dp/Cinematographer

Film Details

Also Known As
Flammande skyar, Northern Lights, Resplandor en la cumbre
Release Date
2009
Production Company
Entertainment Clearances, Inc.; Jill Meyers Music; Lifetime Entertainment Television; Smart Post Sound; Technicolor
Distribution Company
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States March 21, 2009

Aired in United States October 6, 2009

Based on the novel "Northern Lights" written by Nora Roberts. Published by Putnam Publishing Group January 1, 2004.

Aired in USA on Lifetime March 21, 2009.