Frank Hall Green
| 6.7/10 |
Frank Hall Green
| 10 September 2015 (Portugal)|
Daniel Bensi, Saunder Jurriaans
Frank Hall Green, Joseph Stephans, Julie Christeas, Schuyler Weiss
Ella Purnell, Bruce Greenwood, Brian Geraghty, Nolan Gerard Funk, Diane Farr
Into the Wild, To Brave Alaska, The Grey, Ice Palace, Big Miracle
WildLike is a 2013 American feature film written and directed by Frank Hall Green, filmed in Alaska, starring Ella Purnell, Bruce Greenwood, Brian Geraghty, Nolan Gerard Funk and Ann Dowd. The movie was filmed on location in Denali National Park, Juneau, Anchorage, Palmer, Whittier, Matanuska Glacier and on the state ferry boat Kennicott run by the Alaska Marine Highway System.
The film was produced by Green, with Julie Christeas, Schuyler Weiss and Joseph Stephans. The Executive Producer was Christine Vachon. The Director of Photography was Hillary Spera, and it was edited by Mako Kamitsuna. The music was composed by Daniel Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans, and the production Designer was Chad Keith.
WildLike is the story of a 14-year-old girl, Mackenzie (Ella Purnell), sent to stay with her Uncle (Brian Geraghty) in Juneau, Alaska, after the death of her father and the hospitalization of her mother. After getting molested by her uncle, she runs away and ends up finding healing in a journey across the state of Alaska, following an older widowed backpacker (Bruce Greenwood) who eventually helps her return to her home in Seattle.
The film was released in 2013. The production companies are Greenmachine Films, Tandem Pictures and Killer Films. It opened the 2014 Anchorage International Film Festival and was also screened at the Napa Valley Film Festival and the Athens International Film Festival.
In 2015 the film was screened at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival, and received the best feature prize at the Big Island Film Festival in Hawaii.Ella Purnell as Mackenzie
Bruce Greenwood as Rene Bartlett
Brian Geraghty as Uncle
Ann Dowd as Jeanie
Nolan Gerard Funk as Tommy
Directed by Frank Hall Green
Written by Frank Hall Green