The List (2007 film)
|Directed by||Gary Wheeler|
|Produced by||Robert Whitlow, Kathy Whitlow, Gary Wheeler, Kevin Downes|
|Written by||Michelle Hoppe-Long, Johnston H. Moore, Gary Wheeler and Robert Whitlow|
|Starring||Malcolm McDowell, Chuck Carrington, Hilarie Burton and Will Patton|
|Music by||James Covell|
|Cinematography||Tom Priestley Jr., A.S.C.|
|Edited by||Jonathan Olive|
|Distributed by||Level Path Productions, Mountain Top Releasing, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment(DVD)|
|Running time||109 minutes|
The List is a 2007 American independent feature film that was released nationwide on DVD June 11, 2008. It is based on the novel of the same name by author Robert Whitlow. The film was shot in Wilmington, North Carolina and Charleston, South Carolina. The film stars Malcolm McDowell (Clockwork Orange, Halloween), Chuck Carrington (JAG), Hilarie Burton (One Tree Hilll) and Will Patton (Remember the Titans, Armageddon).
Renny Jacobsen is shaken by the news of his father's mysterious death and mystified by the reference in his will to an obscure entity called "The Covenant List of South Carolina, Ltd." He sets out on a quest to learn the truth about "The List" and finds that he must fulfill a prophecy spoken in 1863 or risk losing the true treasure that has changed his life.
- Malcolm McDowell as Desmond Larochette
- Chuck Carrington as Renny Jacobsen
- Hilarie Burton as Jo Johnston
- Will Patton as Harriston
- Pat Hingle as Gus Eicholtz
- Mary Beth Peil as Daisy Stokes
- Elizabeth Omilami as Mama A
- Afemo Omilami as Al Jenkins
- R. Keith Harris as Bart Maxwell
- Steve Ayers as Robert Roget
- Richard Fullerton as Jerrod Weiss
- Richard K. Olsen as Michael Flournoy
- Nicholas Pryor as Harold Smithfield
- Frank Hoyt Taylor as Amos Candler
- Tim Ware as Thomas Layne
The List was released theatrically in 2007 through select states in the South including North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, and Virginia. The film would visit a select city for a few weeks beginning in Charlotte on August 12, 2007.
During its limited release, The List visited the following cities:
A further releasing campaign was planned for 2008 with intent to spread outside of the South, however, due to the success of the initial campaign 20th Century Fox became interested in releasing the film onto DVD nationwide. A release date was soon set as June 10, 2008.