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Ice Castles -- A young skater with Olympic dreams is blinded in an accident and attempts to overcome the tragedy with the help of her loving boyfriend in the all new remake of the 1970s classic.
Ice Castles -- Trailer for this remake of the classic ice skating romance


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Writers (WGA):
Donald Wrye (teleplay) and
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  (in credits order)
Taylor Firth ... Lexi

Rob Mayes ... Nick

Henry Czerny ... Marcus

Morgan Kelly ... Aiden

Tattiawna Jones ... Melissa
Eve Crawford ... Aunt Jane
Andrew MacVicar ... Nick's Coach
Molly Oberstar ... Carrie Turner
Jamie Bradley ... Cedar Rapids Announcer
Maggie MacKinnon ... Carol Sanders

Gillian Ferrier ... Snotty Skater

Amy Kerr ... Cedar Rapids Skater
Shawn Duggan ... Regional Rinks Reporter #1
Stacy Smith ... Regional Rinks Reporter #2
Nancy Regan ... Regionals Female Commentator
Doug Barron ... Regionals Male Commentator (as Doug Baron)
Andrea Joyce ... Rink Reporter and Achor
Matthew Lumley ... Boston Rink Reporter
Brian Heighton ... Sectional Rink Reporter #1
Suzanne Hawkins ... Sectional Rink Reporter #2
Martha Irving ... Swanky Party Guest #1
Mary Vingoe ... Swanky Party Guest #2
John Davie ... Swanky Party Guest #3
Nicole Maillet ... Carrie's Friend

Kathryn MacLellan ... Doctor
Juanita Peters ... Vision Specialist

Michelle Kwan ... National Rinks Commentator #1
Sandra Bezic ... National Rinks Commentator #2

Gary Levert ... National Rinks Reporter
Graham Bona ... Michigan State Player

Alan Dunlop ... Skating Promoter
Kevin Mahoney ... Carrie Turner's Coach
Theo Pitsiavas ... Patron
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chris Fudge ... Coach
Michael Higgins ... Fan
Laura Nurse ... Party Patron
Gregory Richardson ... Fan
Kevin Kumar-Misir ... Doorman / Waiter / Photographer / Fan (uncredited)

Directed by
Donald Wrye 
Writing credits
Donald Wrye (teleplay) and
Gary L. Baim (teleplay) and
Karen Bloch Morse (teleplay)

Gary L. Baim (story)

Produced by
Howard Braunstein .... executive producer
Rui Costa Reis .... executive producer
Michael Jaffe .... executive producer
Eliad Josephson .... executive producer
Michael Mahoney .... producer
Original Music by
David C. Williams 
Cinematography by
Eric Cayla 
Film Editing by
Robert A. Ferretti 
Casting by
Jason Knight 
Molly Lopata 
Production Design by
Doug McCullough 
Art Direction by
Ann Bromley 
Set Decoration by
Brian Enman (key set decorator)
Costume Design by
Martha Curry 
Makeup Department
Barbi Jollota .... key hair stylist
Elizabeth Kuchurean .... key makeup
Jim Macdonald .... assistant hair stylist
Production Management
Valerie Halman .... production manager
Abby Gail Palanker .... post-production supervisor
Bill Wohlken .... post-production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jesse Fawthrop .... assistant director
Michael Ray Fox .... trainee assistant director
David McLennan .... first assistant director
Scott Nickerson .... third assistant director
Cailin O'Neil .... daily assistant director
Bruce Zwicker .... second assistant director
Art Department
Ewen Dickson .... set designer
Morgan Gentle .... set dresser
Matt Likely .... graphic artist
Raymond MacDonald .... set dresser
Sound Department
Michael J. Anastasi .... sound effects editor
Dhyana Carlton-Tims .... supervising dialogue & adr editor
Robert Dehn .... sound studio manager
Corey J. Grasso .... adr mixer
Steven Iba .... assistant sound editor
Zach Michaelis .... foley mixer
Jonathan Pendergrass .... foley editor
Jonathan Wales .... sound re-recording mixer
Visual Effects by
Sean Gilhooly .... visual effects coordinator
Milton Muller .... digital compositor
Richard Patterson .... CG supervisor
Kenton Rannie .... digital compositor
Adam Stern .... visual effects supervisor
Brent Veal .... digital compositor
Ross Woo .... on-set vfx coordinator
Randy Boliver .... stunt coordinator
Christie Carter .... stunt double: Lexi
Camera and Electrical Department
Chris Baxter .... dolly grip
Michael Jackson .... grip
Chris Large .... still photographer
Forbes MacDonald .... camera operator
Eddy McInnis .... first assistant camera
Will Semple .... grip
Andrew Stretch .... second camera assistant: "a" camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
James A. Worthen .... wardrobe assistant
Editorial Department
Bruce W. Cathcart .... additional editor (as Bruce Cathcart)
Brian Power .... dailies project manager
Joëlle Taar .... assistant editor
Location Management
Phil Hatcher .... location scout
Micah Martin .... assistant location manager
Music Department
Ron Finn .... music editor
Kier Lehman .... music supervisor
Diana L. Williams .... assistant to the composer
Transportation Department
Kristin Arason .... picture car coordinator
Mike Petley .... driver
Other crew
Dean Armstrong .... acting coach
Rob Chapman .... production coordinator
Josh Forster .... post production assistant
Linda Hallett .... payroll accountant
Tracey Hatcher .... assistant accountant
Lynn Josephson Delaney .... executive assistant: executive producer
Michael Barbanell Landres .... production legal services
Mitchell Landzaat .... stand-in (as Mitch Landzaat)
Brian Power .... dailies project manager
John Shurko .... assistant production coordinator
Rose Marie Walton .... stand-in
Kim Yu .... unit publicist
Bruce Zwicker .... assistant director

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Rated PG for some mild language
USA:95 min
Argentina:13 | Australia:G | Denmark:A | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:PG | Sweden:11 (DVD rating) | USA:PG (certificate #45251)

Did You Know?

Lynn-Holly Johnson, who played as Alexis Winston (Lexi in the remake) in the original Ice Castles (1978) was to have a cameo in the movie. However, her part was edited out, only available to be seen in the DVD extras.See more »
[Lexi has become blind, and Nick is encouraging her to try a skating jump as they train together]
Nick:Hey, try a jump!
Nick:Get some air! What's the worst that could happen?
Lexi:Well, I could fall on my butt, hit my head, and go deaf.
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Movie Connections:
Remake of Ice Castles (1978)See more »
Lost Get FoundSee more »


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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
looks and feels magical, 3 August 2013
Author: najwa-sky-limit from palestine

i didn't see the original and am glad for that because this remake although little known with no big names is all i need in a movie, it's now on my top favorite movies list though I've never heard of it before and i just watched it on TV, it's a small low budget indie with a big heart, it took me back to the time of innocence and purity with no worries in mind but having fun and appreciating love and life, it touched my heart in a way no other movie ever did before and i watch a lot of movies, this film has an ethereal vibe to it and i don't know why, is it because of the setting, the music-which is beautiful- , the arc of the story, or the actors? i know one thing for sure, it reminded me to go out and enjoy the wonders of life and nature and do everything with love, such a beautiful movie with great messages and reminders, and i also felt it wasn't made for certain reasons like money or fame, it was a labor of love for life and innocence and purity. i also enjoyed the lead actress' performance Tyler firth such an incredible young actress so convincing and so pure. the movie is visually stunning and the music*i know I've said it before*but it really is amazing and brilliantly used to fit every scene and it's a crucial part of the story it doesn't feel forced. that sunset is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen but her line is more enchanting

PS. am not a winter person, in fact i hate winter but this movie made me miss it, the smells, the sounds, the views, everything about winter looks breathtaking in this film

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