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Indigo is a film about loneliness, redemption, and the healing powers and grace of the new generation of Indigo (psychic and gifted) children being born into the world. Although the story is... See more »

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Charlie Bass ...
Nicholas
Rodney Blake ...
Cop at construction site
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Stewart
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Detective Price
Jason Davis ...
Gregg
Blu V. Do ...
Officer Nancy with Cheryl
Adrian Elliot ...
Connor
Leslie Diana Follett ...
Emma's mother
David Gabriel ...
Cop at cabin
Jimmy Garcia ...
Arresting Officer
Maileya M. Glover ...
Baby Grace
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Sara
Angelina M. Hess-Glover ...
Grace, age 5
Iansun Hyret ...
Cop at drug bust
Liisa Ivory ...
Donna
Gregory Linington ...
Alex
Larry Loop ...
Blonde Cop
Lynette Louise ...
Sally
Meghan McCandless ...
Grace
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Mike
Michael Meyer ...
Motel Clerk
Linda K. Morris ...
Cheryl's lawyer
Nick Orzel ...
Old man with Alzheimer's
John Pribyl ...
Henry
Lynn Reynolds ...
Woman Officer
Ian Reynolds-Kendall ...
Kid on bike
Nancy Rodriguez ...
Diane, Indigo woman in park
Jackson Rowe ...
Jimmy
Sarah Rutan ...
Cheryl
Courtney Shier ...
Taylor
Heather Simon ...
Emma
John Toppo ...
Gene
James Twyman Sr. ...
Desk Cop
Angela Twyman ...
Sam
Karus Walsch ...
Logan
Neale Donald Walsch ...
Ray
Nicholas Walsch ...
Victor
Loria Ward ...
Patty
Merrill Ward ...
Cop at protest
Mike Webber ...
Police Officer 2
Clint Wilhelms ...
Cop at drug bust
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Boy in cafe (uncredited)
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Directed by

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Stephen Deutsch ... (as Stephen Simon)

Written by

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James Twyman ... (writer)
 
Neale Donald Walsch ... (writer)

Produced by

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Stephen Deutsch ... producer (as Stephen Simon)
Lynn Reynolds ... line producer
James Twyman ... executive producer

Music by

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Emilio Kauderer

Cinematography by

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João Fernandes

Film Editing by

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Sherril Schlesinger

Editorial Department

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Judi Baker ... post-production runner
Angela M. Catanzaro ... editor assistant (as Angela Catanzaro)
Keith Cook ... titles
Lenny Fohrer ... colorist
Sherril Schlesinger ... post-production supervisor
Lucas Wilson ... on-line editor

Casting By

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Kathy Wilson

Art Direction by

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Renee Prince

Set Decoration by

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Patric Pietrucki

Costume Design by

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Claudia Everett

Makeup Department

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Dale Bach ... key makeup artist
Laurie Farley ... makeup assistant
Ryanna Koppel ... makeup assistant
Dulcie Smith ... key makeup artist
Pam Stevens ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Jane Sterling ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Leslie Diana Follett ... second second assistant director
Brigid Krane ... second assistant director
Beth Schneider ... first assistant director
Nicholas Walsch ... second assistant director
Xan Young ... second assistant director

Art Department

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George Dondero ... leadman
Blake Laing-Smith ... set dresser
Travis Marshall-Walsch ... key set dresser
Alex Stephenson ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Andrew Casciato ... foley editor
Jared Evans ... sound assistant
Alan Freedman ... adr mixer
Jerry Gilbert ... re-recording mixer
Chad J. Hughes ... sound effects editor
Randi Jacobs ... boom operator
Anthony Kucenski ... foley artist
Sean McCoy ... adr recordist
Bob McNabb ... dialogue editor
Spencer Palermo ... sound mixer (as Spence Palermo)
David F. Van Slyke ... additional sound design / sound supervisor

Visual Effects by

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Marianne Nassour ... technician: hd

Stunts

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Ashlee Melikian ... stunt double
Will Richardson ... stunt double

Camera and Electrical Department

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Zachary Allen ... electrician
Lucinda Anskin ... still photographer
Jerome Axelrod ... camera trainee
David Chapman ... electrician
Brent Cherry ... best boy grip
Jason Davis ... electrician
Rory Finney ... videographer
Rocky Garrotto ... grip
Bruce Alan Greene ... steadicam operator (as Bruce Green)
Mary Kay James ... electrician
Ed Keller ... videographer
Christian Martinez ... gaffer
Andrew McDowell ... first assistant camera
Michael Meyer ... electrician
Willy Nemeth ... key grip
Kim Orton ... second assistant camera
Mike Spodnick ... camera operator / hd engineer
Harris Tobing ... dolly grip
Mark Ursetta ... electrician
Michael Ursetta ... best boy electric (as Mike Ursetta)
Greg Vinson ... grip
James Walton ... jib arm operator
Leonard Zach ... electrician

Casting Department

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Janet Barrett ... assistant casting director
Nicholas Walsch ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Stacy Michaelson ... wardrobe production assistant
Angi Bell Ursetta ... costume design assistant (as Angela Bell Hill)

Location Management

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Randi Brahm ... location manager
Leslie Fowler ... assistant location manager
Merrill Ward ... location scout

Music Department

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Marcelo Berestovoy ... musician: guitars
Dino Herrmann ... recording engineer
Alejandro Kauderer ... composer: additional music
Sebastián Kauderer ... programming: and additional orchestrations
Masaki Saito ... music engineer
Peter Tomashek ... orchestrations

Script and Continuity Department

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Ellen Grigg ... script supervisor

Transportation Department

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George Dondero ... driver
Jared Evans ... driver
Mary Kay James ... driver
Matt Jebia ... driver
Travis Marshall-Walsh ... driver (as Travis Marshall)
Andrew McDowell ... driver
Will Richardson ... driver
Jeff Steinberg ... transportation coordinator
James Twyman Sr. ... driver
James Twyman ... driver
Mark Ursetta ... driver
Michael Ursetta ... driver (as Mike Ursetta)
Nicholas Walsch ... driver (as Nick Walsch)

Other crew

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Nick Addison ... production assistant
Carl Simon Deutsch ... assistant to the director
Shanti Einolander ... craft service
Adrian Elliot ... production coordinator
Laurie Farley ... production assistant
Kieran Henthorn ... production assistant
Sue Jafee ... caterer
Matt Jebia ... set production assistant
Ryanna Koppel ... production assistant
Duane Light ... legal
Susan Powell-Pilaf ... caterer
Jon Eric Preston ... adr voice
Eliah Pritchard ... production assistant
Alycia Rosenberg ... production assistant
Jackson Rowe ... key production assistant
Leo Ruthart ... police consultant
Jane Sage ... assistant production coordinator
Onzie Stevens ... production assistant
Aaron Sweet ... set production assistant
Mike Webber ... police consultant
Clint Wilhelms ... police consultant

Thanks

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Nick Addison ... grateful acknowledgment: for cooperation in making this film possible
David Chapman ... grateful acknowledgment: for cooperation in making this film possible
Leslie Diana Follett ... grateful acknowledgment: for cooperation in making this film possible
Angela Hill ... grateful acknowledgment: for cooperation in making this film possible
Ryanna Koppel ... grateful acknowledgment: for cooperation in making this film possible
Blake Laing-Smith ... grateful acknowledgment: for cooperation in making this film possible
Stacey Michaelson ... grateful acknowledgment: for cooperation in making this film possible
Onzie Stevens ... grateful acknowledgment: for cooperation in making this film possible
Katherine Wilson ... thanks
Xan Young ... grateful acknowledgment: for cooperation in making this film possible
Leonard Zach ... grateful acknowledgment: for cooperation in making this film possible

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Special Effects

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Indigo is a film about loneliness, redemption, and the healing powers and grace of the new generation of Indigo (psychic and gifted) children being born into the world. Although the story is fictional, the emotions and actions of the film resonate with the spiritual dynamics of life today. The dramatic core of the film is the relationship that develops between a man whose life and family have dissolved due to a fateful mistake and his 10 year-old granddaughter with whom he goes on the run to protect her from a would-be kidnapper. Along the way, he discovers the power of his granddaughter's gifts which forever alter the lives of everyone she encounters. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Indigo (United States)
Runtime
  • 89 min
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Box Office

Budget $500,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $1,190,000, 28 Jan 2005

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