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Raise Your Voice ()


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A girl from a small town heads to the big city of Los Angeles to spend the summer at a performing arts high school.

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Teresa 'Terri' Fletcher
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Jay Corgan
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Simon Fletcher
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Denise Gilmore
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Engelbert 'Kiwi' Wilson
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Francis Fletcher
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Robin Childers
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Sloane
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Paul Fletcher
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Aunt Nina
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Mr. Torvald
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Kelly
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Mr. Gantry
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Mr. Wesson
Steven T. Palmer ...
Street Drummer (as Steven 'T7' Palmer)
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Lauren
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Cabbie
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Mr. Holcomb
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Doctor Mark Farley (as Sean Patrick McNamara)
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Matthew
Mitch Rotter ...
Folk Singer
Seis Cuerdas ...
Flamenco Guitarists
John Gipson ...
Saxophone Player
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Emcee
Adam Gontier ...
Three Days Grace
Neil Sanderson ...
Three Days Grace
Brad Walst ...
Three Days Grace
Barry Stock ...
Three Days Grace
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Choir Boy (uncredited)
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Cello Player (uncredited)
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Piano Player (uncredited)
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Pianist (uncredited)
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Bacon Flip (uncredited)
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Choir Boy (uncredited)
Christopher Mauldin ...
School Choir Drummer (uncredited)
Shauney Recke ...
Drummer (uncredited)
Raquel C. Rischard ...
Rosie (uncredited)
Lindsay Roth ...
Violinist (uncredited)
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Parent (uncredited)
Brooke Ventre ...
Choir Girl (uncredited)

Directed by

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Sean McNamara

Written by

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Mitch Rotter ... (story)
 
Sam Schreiber ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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David Brookwell ... producer
A.J. Dix ... producer
Toby Emmerich ... executive producer
Brad Jensen ... co-producer
Avram 'Butch' Kaplan ... executive producer
Mark Kaufman ... executive producer
Christina Lambert ... co-producer
Todd Lewis ... co-producer
Sean McNamara ... producer
Matt Moore ... executive producer
Anthony Rhulen ... producer
Sara Risher ... producer
Troy Rowland ... associate producer
William Shively ... producer
Matthew A. Thomas ... co-producer

Music by

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Machine Head
Aaron Zigman

Cinematography by

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John R. Leonetti

Film Editing by

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Jeff Canavan

Editorial Department

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Greg Curry ... colorist: dailies
Teresa Garber ... post-production executive
Mato ... color timer
George Papuashvili ... editor: video
Anna Solorio-Catalano ... assistant editor
Dennis Thorlaksen ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Joey Paul Jensen

Production Design by

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Joseph T. Garrity

Art Direction by

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Gary Myers

Set Decoration by

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Melissa M. Levander

Costume Design by

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Aggie Guerard Rodgers

Makeup Department

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Lydia Milars ... makeup department head
Ned Neidhardt ... additional makeup artist
Gloria Ponce ... additional hair stylist
Toni-Ann Walker ... hair department head (as Toni Walker)
Nacoma Whobrey ... makeup artist
Joy Zapata ... hair stylist

Production Management

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Avram 'Butch' Kaplan ... unit production manager
Todd Lewis ... production supervisor
Richard Stirling ... executive in charge of production / post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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David Brookwell ... second unit director
Hope Garrison ... second assistant director
Jeffrey F. January ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Maureen Farley ... property master
Joseph Kevin Garcia ... props (as Joseph K. Garcia)
Eric Steinway ... set dresser
Isabelle Trichard ... art department coordinator

Sound Department

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Julie Altus ... adr recordist
Bob Bowman ... first assistant sound editor
Zack Davis ... co-supervising sound editor
Marc Fishman ... re-recording mixer
Tony Lamberti ... re-recording mixer
Kevin Maloney ... boom operator
Carey Milbradt ... foley editor / foley mixer
Mark Ormandy ... additional audio
Monique Reymond ... foley artist
Geoffrey G. Rubay ... supervising sound editor
Christopher Sposa ... sound utility
Tami Treadwell ... adr recordist
Ed White ... sound mixer
David Williams ... dialogue editor

Special Effects by

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Charles Cooley ... special effects technician
J.D. Streett ... special effects supervisor

Visual Effects by

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Victor DiMichina ... visual effects coordinator
David Emerson ... optical and digital line-up
Alfredo Ramirez ... digital compositor

Stunts

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Stanton Barrett ... stunts
Clay Cullen ... stunts
Josh Kemble ... stunt performer
Larry Nicholas ... stunt coordinator
J.P. Romano ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Alejandro J. Castillo ... lighting technician
Trey Clinesmith ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Egor Davidoff ... second assistant camera
Daryl Didier ... electrician
Ray Garcia ... key grip
Jeffrey M. Hall ... gaffer
Jerry L. Marshall ... grip
George Papuashvili ... bts camera
T. Daniel Scaringi ... best boy grip
Christian Sebaldt ... director of photography: additional photography
Stephen J. Ullman ... camera operator

Casting Department

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Sherry Aude ... background casting
Erica Berger ... casting intern
Dana Gergely ... casting assistant
Caitlin McKenna ... adr voice casting (as Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson)
Niner Parikh ... casting associate
Kathryn Taylor ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Deborah Myles Davis ... costume supervisor
Jordanna Fineberg ... assistant costume designer
Anthony Franco ... costume supervisor
Terri Middleton ... costumer
Marta Villalobos ... wardrobe assistant
Elaine McGhee ... set costumer (uncredited)

Location Management

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Carlos A. Aragon ... assistant location manager
Curtis Collins ... location manager
Pavel Sterba ... key assistant location manager

Music Department

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David Campbell ... arranger, orchestrator, conductor
Hilary Duff ... music crew
Salome Gasviani ... songs
Paul Hepker ... music arranger: vocals
Jessica Huebner ... technical advisor: musical instruments
Jeff Lingle ... music editor
Massimo Ruberto ... music supervisor
Michael T. Ryan ... supervising music editor
H. Scott Salinas ... composer: additional score
Kip Smedley ... music engineer
Marissa Steingold ... featured vocalist / vocalist
Michael Stern ... scoring mixer
Jose Cancela ... musician (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Rod Bearden ... transportation coordinator
Bill C. Dawson ... driver
J. Armin Garza II ... driver: camera car
Matthew Talamantes ... driver
Harold L. Woods ... driver generator operator

Other crew

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Laura Breakey ... production assistant
André Devantier ... caterer
Joe Dornich ... set production assistant
Lee Ebersole ... set production assistant
Melinda Garrett ... development intern
Kristin Gomez ... second assistant accountant
AnaMarie C. Gonzaga ... production accountant
Bruce Gray ... sculpture art provided by
Shannon Hamed ... production coordinator
Derek Hurd ... key craft service
Amanda Ladd Jones ... payroll accountant (as Amanda Ladd)
Natalie Kavanagh ... intern production assistant
Josh Kuhn ... key craft service
Michael Marcus ... production assistant
Tyler Mitchell ... production executive
David Nico ... assistant production coordinator
John M. Pisani ... unit publicist
Christy Powers ... on-set nurse/medic
Caroline A. Raufi ... legal services
Matt Rawls ... set production assistant
Nick Risher ... production assistant
Troy Rowland ... dialect coach: Ms. Duff
Nick Rufca ... production secretary (as Nicholas Rufca)
Andrea Terrill ... stand-in
Mark Van Horne ... laboratory contact
Catherine Petra Villalobos ... associate producer
LouAnn Wu ... set production assistant
Ronald C. Briggs Jr. ... inventory services (uncredited)
Danielle Bryce ... production assistant (uncredited)

Thanks

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Massimo Ruberto ... thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

This film is about a teenage girl who is very upset about her brother's death in a car crash. Terri has a love of singing and making up her own songs. Her brother (before his death) secretly submits a DVD of her singing to a musical summer camp down in L.A. Her father doesn't want her to go, but secretly her mom lets her go and everything goes fine, except she has stage fright. She gets through her stage fright with the help of her new friend Jay. At the end of the contest everyone at the musical school have to perform something. And if they win, they win a scholarship along with it. Her dad finds out, comes down to L.A. and threatens to take her home! Will he let her stay? and will she win the contest? Viewers are on the edges of their seats to find out what happens... Written by Emily Moore

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Taglines Don't give up. Don't hold back. (Australia DVD) See more »
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Also Known As
  • Untitled Christian Music Project (United States)
  • Trouve ta voix (France)
  • Raise Your Voice - Lebe deinen Traum (Germany)
  • Escucha mi voz (Spain)
  • Na Trilha da Fama (Brazil)
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Runtime
  • 103 min
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Box Office

Budget $15,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $4,022,693, 10 Oct 2004

Did You Know?

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Trivia The rock band that Terri and her brother go see, is Three Days Grace and are singing "Are you Ready?". See more »
Goofs Terri and Paul's car crash is impossible. Paul is making a left hand turn through what appears to be an advance green (as the car behind them is pulling up directly behind them.) The car is t-boned, with the truck hitting Paul first. For this to be possible during a left hand turn given Paul's projected location, the truck would have to be traveling in the same direction on the wrong side of the road. There is clearly a median between the two sides of the road, making it impossible for the truck to be logically traveling there. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Be Kind Rewind (2008). See more »
Soundtracks Joy to the World See more »
Quotes Terri Fletcher: Dad, this place is the scariest, hardest, best thing that has ever happened to me.
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