A Wrinkle in Time (film)

A Wrinkle In Time (film)

A Wrinkle in Time is a television film based on the children's fantasy novel of the same name by Madeleine L'Engle.

In 2003, a television adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time was produced by multiple Canadian production companies to be distributed in the United States by Disney. The TV movie was directed by John Kent Harrison, from a teleplay written by Susan Shilliday. Although footage from the project appeared in a trailer on Spy Kids DVD and VHS copies as early as 2001, broadcast of the completed film was delayed several times; it finally aired in the United States on May 10, 2004, on ABC.

Read more about A Wrinkle In Time (film):  Plot Summary, Cast, L'Engle's Review, Release History

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A Wrinkle In Time (film) - Release History
... A Wrinklein Timewas premiered at the Toronto Children's FilmFestival in 2003 ... There it won the festival's 2003 Best Feature FilmAward, as chosen "by Sprockets audiences" ... Originally produced as a television miniseries, A Wrinklein Timewas at one point intended to air on two nights in February 2002 ...

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