|Directed by||Michael Damian|
|Produced by||Brad Krevoy|
|Written by||Janeen Damian|
|Studio||Motion Picture Corporation of America|
|Distributed by||Fox Faith|
Moondance Alexander is a comedy-drama film directed by Michael Damian and written by Janeen Damian. The film was released in North America in October, 2007. The story is set in Colorado and is based on actual events from the life of Janeen Damian. It stars Kay Panabaker as the title character and Lori Loughlin as her eccentric mother. Don Johnson and Olympic-skating silver medalist Sasha Cohen also star.
Moondance (Kay Panabaker) is faced with the difficulties of her father's passing and her mother moving on. When she finds a lost pinto horse and discovers his jumping abilities. She convinces his owner Dante Longpre (Don Johnson) to train them to compete in a jumping show. With a lot more to think about Moondance has to worry about her enemy Fiona Hughes (Sasha Cohen) putting her down constantly with her fancy horse Monte Carlo. When they do a surprisingly good job at the show Dante isn't questioned anymore about his ability's to train riders and horses. Everybody is shocked when Moondance ties Fiona the reigning BowRiver Classic champion.
- Kay Panabaker as Moondance Alexander
- Don Johnson as Dante Longpre
- Lori Loughlin as Gelsey Alexander
- James Best as Mr.McClancy
- Sasha Cohen as Fiona Hughes
- Whitney Sloan as Megan Montgomery
- Joe Norman Shaw as Ben Wilson
- Aedan Tomney as Josh Wilson
- Mimi Gianopulos as Bella
- Landon Liboiron as Freddie
Behind the scenes
Moondance Alexander was not well received by HorseChannel.com for storyline believability reasons.  However, the story is closely based upon Janeen Damian's childhood experience of befriending a horse that she had found, receiving help from a trainer, and entering the horse in the Memphis Classic. 
Moondance Alexander is a true family film, written by Janeen Damian and husband Micheal Damian (born Michael Damian Weir), Damian, a Daytime Emmy Award winner, was also the producer of the film.  Much of the music was written by Damian's brother, music producer and New Music Weekly editor, Larry Weir.  Emmy Award winning Tom Weir was the mixing engineer at Studio City Sound.
|2007||Best Picture||Dixie Film Festival ||Won|
|2007||Best Actress (Kay Panabaker)||Dixie Film Festival ||Won|
The Moondance Alexander Original Soundtrack was the second soundtrack released under the Caption Records label. Featured artists who also performed on Caption Records' Teen Witch the Musical soundtrack are denoted with "*".
|Track listing: Moondance Alexander (2007)|
|1.||"I Choose You"||Bernie Barlow||Laura Wight||3:36|
|2.||"Call It A Day"||Larry Weir||Monét Monico||4:08|
|3.||"If I Could"||Michael Damian||Heather Youmans||4:26|
|4.||"It Only Gets Better"||Larry Weir||Mimi Gianopulos||3:47|
|5.||"Goodbye"||Ian Walsh||Ian Walsh||3:55|
|6.||"Coldest Day Of Summer"||Dave Darling||Laura Wight||3:35|
|7.||"Think For Each Other"||Milo Decruz, Lea Herman||Lea Herman||3:50|
|8.||"You Don't Know"||Larry Weir||Heather Youmans||4:12|
|9.||"It Only Takes One"||Larry Weir||Sara Niemietz||3:13|
|10.||"What Might Have Been"||Larry Weir||Buck McCoy||3:58|
|11.||"Better Kind Of Life"||Larry Weir||Tessa Ludwick / Laura Wight / Heather Youmans||3:34|
|12.||"If I Could"||Larry Weir||(Instrumental)||4:27|
- Bernie Barlow, Vocals (
- Paul Bushnel, Bass
- Michael Chaves, Guitar
- Jorge Costa, Vocals (Background)
- Michael Damian, Percussion, Vocals (Background)
- Milo Decruz Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer
- Burleigh Drummond, Percussion
- Blake Ewing, Vocals (Background)
- Josh Freese, Drums
- Joshua Grange, Guitar
- Lea Herman, Keyboards, Vocals (Background)
- Matt Laug, Drums
- Lance Morrison, Bass
- Ginger Murphy, Cello
- Leah Nelson, Viola
- Michael Parnell, Keyboards
- Tim Pierce, Guitar
- Cam Tyler, Drums
- Ian Walsh, Bass, Guitar, Piano, Vocals (Background)
- Kevin Walsh, Guitar
- Larry Weir, Percussion, Vocals (Background)
- Jorge Costa, Audio Engineer, Engineer
- James Gaynor, Audio Engineer
- Josh Mosser, Audio Engineer
- Luke Tozour, Audio Engineer, Engineer
- Tom Weir, Audio Engineer, Engineer
- Hale, Candy. "Moondance Alexander Review A Blue Ribbon-Worthy Horse Flick?". HorseChannel.com. Retrieved 11 June 2012.
- Carpenter, Edwin L. "Michael Damian, writer and director of “Moondance Alexander”, hopes to see more Family Films". Retrieved 11 June 2012.
- "Michael Damian: Filmography". The New York Times. Retrieved 21 June 2012.
- "Moondance Alexander: Overview". AllMsic.com. Retrieved 9 July 2012.
- "The Fourth Annual Dixie Film Festival". Athens, Georgia: Dixie Film Festival LLC. 2007. Retrieved 20 June 2012.
- Official website
- Moondance Alexander at the Internet Movie Database
- Moondance Alexander at Box Office Mojo
- Moondance Alexander at Rotten Tomatoes