Divine Secrets of The Ya-Ya Sisterhood (film) - Technical


  • Directed by Callie Khouri
  • Screenplay by Callie Khouri
  • Adaptation by Mark Andrus
  • Produced by Bonnie Bruckheimer and Hunt Lowry
  • Executive producers : Bette Midler & Mary McLaglen
  • Executive producers : E.K. Gaylord II & Lisa Stewart
  • Director of photography : John Bailey, A.S.C.
  • Production designer : David J. Bomba
  • Edited by Andrew Marcus
  • Music by T Bone Burnett
  • Original score by David Mansfield & T Bone Burnett
  • Costume designer : Gary Jones
  • Associate producers : Scott Elias & Tom Proper
  • Visuals effects by CREO

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