Angel’s Wings: A Gift Returned
Angels walk among us and come in many forms. Aborted at four months, nine year old Angela receives the greatest gift ever. A glimpse of a life she never had. God’s gift returned is heavens’ gain.
To express visually what’s not only important to me, but what is also important to an entire society, is in itself the main reason I love the art of filmmaking. To tell the story about what could have been is what Angel’s Wings is all about. Do the aborted know they are aborted? Do they think about what life they could have had? How best to think about that than through film. Not to judge, but to expose and consider, that is why I felt Angel’s Wings could be a film that all would relate to.
Written, Directed and Produced by Rick Lord
Producers – Phillip Wade, Tim Wade
Executive Producers – Ty Moore, Angie Moore
Associate Producer – Jackie Lord
Starring – Ashlee Moore as Angela
Editing and Visual Effects by – Tim Wade
Assistant Director/Gaffer – Todd Spiegelberg
Ty and Angie Moore, Cecil and Addy Lord, Steve and Sherrie Van Noy, Sue Harris, Judee Yerion, Glen Meyer, Suez Smith, Lynn O’Donnell, American Ballet Academy
Did You Know?
- Ashlee Moore who never before acted, was privately tutored for 4 months.
- Beth Van Noy, the voice of the mother was only 18 years.
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