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Dreamcatcher (2003)

Country of Origin: USA / Canada
Year of Production: 2002
Running Times: 134 mins
Format: colour     35mm
Ratio: 1.37:1
Sound: mono

CREDITS

PRODUCTION
Production Companies: Castle Rock Entertainment presents in association with Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment
Executive Producer: Bruce Berman
Producers: Lawrence Kasdan, Charles Okun
Co-Producers: Stephen Dunn, Casey Grant, Jon Hutman
Line Producer: Casey Grant
Associate Producer: Mark Kasdan
Production Manager: Casey Grant
Unit Manager: Yvonne Melville
Production Coordinator: Jasmine Elsworth

SCRIPT
Script: William Goldman, Lawrence Kasdan
Novel: Stephen King

DIRECTION
Director: Lawrence Kasdan
2nd Unit Director: E.J. Foerster
1st Assistant Director: Stephen P. Dunn
2nd Assistant Director: Paul Barry
Additional 2nd Assistant Director: Jeff Mosuk
3rd Assistant Director: Paul Burger
Trainee Assistant Directors: Jason Collier, Jennifer Zimmer

PHOTOGRAPHY
Director of Photography: John Seale
2nd Unit Director of Photography: Roger Vernon
1st Assistant Camera: Patrick Stepien
Rigging Gaffer: Jerrod Tiffin
Video Operator: Simon Hall

EDITING AND POST-PRODUCTION
Editors: Carol Littleton, Raul Davalos

MUSIC
Music: James Newton Howard

SOUND
Sound Recordist: Eric J. Batut
Boom Operator: Chris Glyn-Jones
Sound Assistant: Chris Higgins
Sound Assistant: Paulo Spastle

MAKE UP AND COSTUMES
Key Make Up: Bill Corso, Victoria Down
Key Hair: Sherry Linder-Gygli
Assistant Hair: Sandy Monesmith
Costume Designer: Molly Maginnis

SPECIAL EFFECTS
Creature Designer: Crash McCreery
Mechanical Effects: Larry Odien

VISUAL EFFECTS
Visual Effects: Industrial Light and Magic
Visual Effects Supervisor: Stefen Fangmeier
Visual Effects Producer: Jacqueline M. Lopez
Digital Rotoscope and Paint Artist: Aaron Muszalski

DESIGN AND SET CONSTRUCTION
Production Designer: Jon Hutman
Art Director: Kendelle Elliott, W. Steven Graham
Set Designer: Allan Galajda
Set Decorator: Rose Marie McSherry
Assistant Property Master: Haida Harper

MISCELLANEOUS
Script Supervisor: Barbara Tuss
Payroll Accountant: Michele Lee
Construction Accountant: Nancy Vibert
1st Assistant Accountant (Canada): Sarah Trowse
2nd Assistant Production Office Coordinator: Nicole Florian
Transportation Coordinator: Rob Vreugde
Driver For Morgan Freeman: Robert Gaskill
Dog Trainer: Ursula Brauner
Military Technical Advisor: James D. Dever
Dialect Coach: Tim Monich

LOCATIONS
Locations: Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada; Prince George, British Columbia, Canada; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Location Manager: Connie Kennedy
2nd Unit Assistant Location Manager: Jina Johnson

STUNTS
Stunt Coordinator: Jacob Rupp
Stunts: Jophery C. Brown

CASTING
Casting: Ronna Kress

CAST
Morgan Freeman (Colonel Abraham Curtis)
Thomas Jane (Dr Henry Devlin)
Jason Lee (Joe Clarendon)
Damian Lewis (Gary Jones)
Timothy Olyphant (Pete Moore)
Tom Sizemore (Owen Underhill)
Donnie Wahlberg (Douglas Cavell)
Mikey Holekamp (young Henry Devlin)
Reece Thompson (young Beaver)
Giacomo Baessato (young Jonesy)
Joel Palmer (young Pete)
Andrew Robb (young Douglas Cavell)
Eric Keenleyside (McCarthy)
Rosemary Dunsmore (Roberta Carroll)
Michael O'Neill (General


Ingrid Kavelaars (Trish)
Chera Bailey (Rachel)
Alex Campbell (Richie Grenadeau)
Susan Charest (Becky)
Michael Dangerfield (Conklin)
Ryan DeBoer (Duncan)
Michael Dobson (stranger)
Brian Fox (squad commander)
Marcy Goldberg (EMT 1)
C. Ernst Harth (Barry Neiman)
Dion Johnstone (EMT 2)
Shauna Kain (Josie Rinkenhauer)
Campbell Lane (Old Man Gosselin)
Colin Lawrence (Edwards)
Malik McCall (platoon leader)
John Moore (ancient man)
Kevin Ohsji (technician)
Ty Olsson (Sgt Andy Janas)
T.J. Riley (Scottie)
Carolyn Tweedle (old woman)
Jordan Walker (helicopter sentry)
Richard Tessler (EMT detainee - uncredited)

PLOT SUMMARY

Four friends on a camping trip in the Maine woods meet a mysterious stranger. Soon afterwards they fall foul of both a deranged army officer and his secret special forces unit and an alien intelligence that possesses one of them.

AVAILABILITY

USA
Theatrical Distributor: Warner Bros.

TIMELINE

2003
March
6: USA - shown at ShoWest
19: USA - theatrical premiere
21: USA - theatrical release
28: Canada - theatrical release

April
3: Australia - theatrical release
9: Belgium - theatrical release
10: Argentina, Germany - theatrical release
11: Austria, Italy, Spain - theatrical release
16: Denmark, France, Sweden - theatrical release
17: Netherlands - theatrical release
18: Brazil, Iceland, Turkey - theatrical release
25: UK - theatrical release

May
9: Estonia - theatrical release

July
24: Russia - theatrical release

LINKS

SEE ALSO
It (1990)
The Tommyknockers (1993)

KEYWORDS

book into film, aliens, military

 


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