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|Genre/Form:||Children's television programs
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Margot E Lulick; Anna Sándor; Adam Arkin; Juliette Lewis; Kelsey Keel; Amelia Campbell; Chris Owens; Karen Robinson; Michael Cera; Shirley Knight; Gavin Smith; Valerie Kaelin; Paul Dixon; Alexander Reda; Doug McCullough; Kimberly Willis Holt; Showtime Networks.; Hyperion Studio.; Aviator Films (Firm); Showtime Entertainment.
|Language Note:||English and Spanish language audio tracks; closed-captioned.|
|Notes:||Special features: biographies and filmographies of Juliette Lewis, Shirley Knight, and Amelia Campbell.
Originally produced for television broadcast in 2001.
Based on: My Louisiana sky / by Kimberly Willis Holt.
|Credits:||Director of photography, Gavin Smith ; art director, Valerie Kaelin ; editor, Paul Dixon ; music by Mader ; costume designer, Alexander Reda ; production designer, Doug McCullough.|
|Performer(s):||Juliette Lewis, Kelsey Keel, Amelia Campbell, Chris Owens, Karen Robinson, Michael Cera, and Shirley Knight.|
|Event notes:||Filmed on location in Toronto, Ontario.|
|Awards:||Andrew Carnegie Medal, 2002 : Excellence in Children's Programming.|
|Target Audience:||Rated F for family, all ages.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (99 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD; region 1, NTSC; stereo.|
|Responsibility:||Showtime presents a Hyperion Studio & Aviator Films Production ; line producer, Margot Lulick ; screenplay by Anna Sandor ; directed by Adam Arkin.|
"Aunt Dorie Kay is a grown-up, sophisticated woman who left her rural Louisiana roots far behind when she reinvented herself in the bustling business world of Baton Rouge. She's everything her twelve year old niece, Tiger Ann, dreams of becoming. When the death of Grandma Jewel gives Tiger the opportunity to move in with Dorie Kay, she cuts her hair like a movie star, wears the latest clothes and begins calling herself Ann. But the glamour soon wears off, loneliness sets in, and Tiger realizes that the love of her family and old friends still tugs at her heart and touches her soul."--Container.