Dawn Anna

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 2005
  • Running time: 88 min
Dawn Anna is a 2005 American dramatic television film written by Robert Munic, Arliss Howard, and James Howard, and directed by Arliss Howard. The film, based upon real events surrounding the Columbine High School massacre, premiered on Lifetime Television January 10, 2005.

Dawn Anna is a 2005 American dramatic television film written by Robert Munic, Arliss Howard, and James Howard, and directed by Arliss Howard. The film, based upon real events surrounding the Columbine High School massacre, premiered on Lifetime Television January 10, 2005.

Original Release

01/10/2005

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Cast

Debra Winger Dawn Anna Townsend
Alex Van Bink
Tatiana Maslany Lauren 'Lulu' Dawn Townsend - age 12
Sam Howard Josh Townsend
Stephen Warner Matt Townsend
Krista Rae Kristin Townsend
Robert Theberge Shane
Quinn Singer Lauren 'Lulu' DawnTownsend
Patricia Harras Mary
Greg Lawson Dr. Emerson
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Arliss Howard

Writers

Robert Munic, Arliss Howard, Jim Howard

Cast

Debra Winger Dawn Anna Townsend
Alex Van Bink
Tatiana Maslany Lauren 'Lulu' Dawn Townsend - age 12
Sam Howard Josh Townsend
Stephen Warner Matt Townsend
Krista Rae Kristin Townsend
Robert Theberge Shane
Quinn Singer Lauren 'Lulu' DawnTownsend
Patricia Harras Mary
Greg Lawson Dr. Emerson
Gillian Carfra Crisis worker
Yuri Yeremin Himself
Lee Cameron Health teacher
Christine Hamilton Tall girl
Scott Arnold Dr. Albert Bender
Brandon Firla Interviewer
Josh Emerson Large boy
Tom Casey Young doctor
Larry Austin Elderly doctor
Fif Fernandez Anesthesiologist

Producers

Tom Patricia Executive Producer
Madeleine Sherak Executive Producer
William Sherak Executive Producer
Jason Shuman Executive Producer
Tom Cox Producer
Arliss Howard Producer
Peter Lhotka Producer
Murray Ord Producer
Jordy Randall Producer

Editors

Gib Jaffe, Jay Rabinowitz

2005 Emmy Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie Nominated
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