A KENNETH KEMP FILM
A rock 'n roll adventure about believing in yourself.
AWARD OSCAR ®
BYU FILM FESTIVAL
RECOMMENDED FOR TEEN AUDIENCES
Randy Sloan is afraid to go to sleep. When he does, he is plagued by nightmares where a man in black tries to kill him. A gifted by blocked composer, Randy is struggling to write a song for his idol, rock star Russ Calvin. When Randy's girlfriend Sara gets him a meeting with Calvin, Randy comes unprepared. Predictably, he is curtly dismissed by Calvin. Outside the recording studio, Sara lets him have it: "You are your own worst enemy!"
AND THEN THE REAL NIGHTMARES BEGIN.
The Man in Black haunts Randy's dreams, doggedly determined and focused -- everything Randy is not. When Randy literally confronts his nemesis, he gets the surprise of his life. The result: he finally finishes the elusive song, changing Calvin's life as well as his own.
This message of believing in one's self and struggling against the odds -- even those we create -- is set to a rousing rock score by Jerry Williams.
"Wildest Dreams" won the BYU Film Festival and was voted one of the best films of the year by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (the Oscars ®).
ALTA FILMS PRESENTS "WILDEST DREAMS"
Starring Alan Ririe-Stark, Brian Blossil,
Brent Matthews, and Shannon Engemann
Music by Jerry Williams
Director of Photography Mark Taft
Executive Producers L.A. Machado
and Dorothy Machado
Associate Producer Bill Conner
Produced, Written and Directed by Kenneth Kemp
AN ALTA FILMS PICTURE
Panaflex cameras * Prints by Western Cine
PROGRAM CONTENT, PACKAGE ARTWORK,
DESIGN AND SUMMARY © MCMXCVIII ALTA FILMS, INC.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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Color, 30 minutes, Unrated, Stereo
Thomson Productions, Inc.
Director of Photography
|Randy Sloan||Alan Ririe-Stark|
|Russ Calvin||Brian Blossil|
|Sara Goodwyn||Shannon Engemann|
|Video Director||Kenneth Kemp|
|Street People||David Thomas
|Video Cam Operators||Bill Conner
|Production Manager||Bill Conner|
|U.P.M./First A.D.||David Scheerer|
|Casting Consultant||Glenn Palmer|
|Script Consultant||Gregory Relf|
|Second Assistant Director||David Broberg|
|Script Supervisor||Penny Johnson|
|Set Decorator||Jeff Simpson|
|Property Master||Joyce Lundberg|
|Camera Operator||Mark Taft|
|First Assistant Camera||Brad Nielsen|
|Second Assistant Camera||Tami Condie|
|Key Grip||Alan Oakes|
|Best Boy Grip||Tom Turley|
|Dolly Grips||Lynn Weller
|Sound Recordist||Jami Dinsmore|
|Boom Operator||Arnelle Miller|
|Special Effects||Rolf Larson|
|Special Effects Assistant||John Moon|
|Production Assistants||Doug Boyd
|Makeup and Hair Supervisor||Lindey Crow|
|Makeup Assistant||Mark Carpenter|
|Still Photography||Scott Nania|
|Prop Photography||John Pack|
|Unit Publicist||Gregory Relf|
|Fullcoat Transfer||Jim May|
|Assistant Editor||Doug Boyd|
|Negative Cutter||Robert Jensen|
|Title Design||Roger Merrill|
|Sound Effects Consultant||Mike McDonough|
|Post Sound Engineer||Jim Rutherford|
|Re-recording Musician||Reid Later|
|Music Recording Engineers||Brian Blossil
|Music Recording Facilities||Audio Vision Studios
Norton's Food Town
COLOR BY WESTERN CINE
LENSES AND PANAFLEX CAMERA
© 1986 by W.D.E. Ltd.