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Greasewood Flat -- A struggling blues musician, estranged from both his family and country roots, is forced to return home to the three generations of women that he left behind.


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Writer (WGA):
Susan K. Brigham (written by)
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Release Date:
29 January 2015 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order)

Irene Bedard ... Abbey

Mark Boone Junior ... Fred

Kieran Mulroney ... Henry
Chip Adams ... Johnny
Allison Stander-Marley ... Claire
Jamie Johnsen-Brigham ... Sarah
Virginia Hawkins ... Janette
Lee McLaughlin ... Jim
Ross Collins ... Mr. Pines

Nicole Arlyn ... Jayne (as Nikki Arlyn)

Tim Pingel ... Police Officer

Jason Tatum ... Guy in G-String
Ken Love ... L.A. Businessman
Randy Murzynski ... Club Manager
Christina Surrano ... Sandy
Mary Lou Duckworth ... Sally
Carol Anne Perrine ... Emma
Bobby Joe McFadden ... Doc
Cindy Mohler ... Mother
Stasi Keramidis ... Drunken Dancer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Tori Bridges ... TV Reporter
Mike Bruner ... Big Man in Bar

Constance L. Hoy ... Pierced girl

Tyler Parkinson ... Concert Attendee

Cynthia Rube ... Bride

Shane Stevens ... Rude Biker
Patricia Pfaeltzer ... Concert Attendee (uncredited)

Directed by
Susan K. Brigham 
Writing credits
Susan K. Brigham (written by)

Produced by
Gary P. Brigham .... executive producer
Susan K. Brigham .... producer
Ross Corsair .... associate producer
Derek A. Welte .... producer
Original Music by
Mark Vogel 
Cinematography by
Ronald L. Walker 
Film Editing by
Susan K. Brigham 
Ronald L. Walker 
Production Design by
Michael Glenn 
Art Direction by
Michael Robert Glenn 
Makeup Department
Dee Dee Courtenay .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Jennifer Newberry .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Catherine A. McCabe .... second assistant director
Derek A. Welte .... first assistant director
Art Department
Derek A. Welte .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Craig Clark .... sound re-recording mixer
Danny Farrell .... sound
Jonathan Inge .... boom operator
Craig Schafer .... sound re-recording mixer
Allan Schultz .... sound editor
Ronald L. Walker .... sound editor
Camera and Electrical Department
Ross Corsair .... assistant camera
Matt Perrius .... grip
Travis Rust .... gaffer
Derek A. Welte .... still photographer
Casting Department
Cindi Reiss .... extras casting
Editorial Department
Mato .... color timer
Other crew
Pat Larkin .... boss wrangler
Pat Larkin .... wrangler
Catherine A. McCabe .... production coordinator
Chris Rogers .... production coordinator
Mandy Watts .... script supervisor
Derek A. Welte .... one sheet designer

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Also Known As:
"Arizona Flats" - USA (alternative title)
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121 min


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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Fantastically shot independent film, great story!, 19 December 2003
Author: Brad Lust ( from Washington, D.C.

I was lucky enough to see the film at the Cape Cod Film Festival in '2003. The movie is wonderfully shot with real Arizona location backgrounds on a working ranch. It is a great story of a young musician returning to his roots including the women in his life.

Yes it is also a story of his redeeming himself. Great performances by a varied cast that you have seen in other films. The camera work is great, and the movie comes across as much bigger that a self financed "independant" film.

Origionally shot on "Super 16mm" film and Panaflex cameras, prints were very nicely blown up to 35mm with a full Dolby SR surround soundtrack! The film is a real treat for the eyes, ears, and soul.

Take a friend and enjoy a great story without a lot of gunshots and car chases, and buildings on fire! You will LOVE all of the interesting "characters" in this movie. Very good direction also!

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