Flowers for Fannie

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Rating: 3.5/5 (2 votes cast)

CFDb Review!

Flowers for Fannie – A humorous film that compels you to look at your life and your future.  Check out the CFDb Interview with Fred and Sharon Wilharm.  CFDb also interviews David Chattam & Pat Binkley & PattiNicole Wheeler.  Check out the CFDb Movie Review.

Flowers for Fannie

Film Synopsis:

Flowers for Fannie is about Fannie Fairchild locked up her heart when her beloved George was killed in the Great War. But now she faces her own mortality and realizes that she has no one to maintain her grave with flowers. After a number of failed attempts to hire someone for the job, Fannie finds herself helpless and under the care of Louise, a young woman nothing like Fannie. Will Fannie accept love from this unexpected source or continue the lonely life she’s sustained all these many years?

Release Date: (DVD) October 15, 2013

Indy Christian Review: by Zack Lawrence
 

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ACTOR ~~~~~~~~~~ CHARACTER ACTOR ~~~~~~~~~~ CHARACTER
  • Patricia Binkley – Fannie
  • Brittany Wilharm – Louise
  • Robert Baker Jr. – Trevor
  • Jonathan Everett – Gordon
  • PattiNicole Wheeler – Claire
  • Roger Eldridge – Jim
  • Danny Atchley – Harold
  • Lois Berg – Mabel
  • David Chattam – Doctor
  • Rob Wilds – Charles
  • Matt Plunk – Preacher
  • Eddie Winkenhofer – Funeral Home Director
  • Jean Reinke – Jewelry Store Owner
  • Judy Stanley – Angry Wife
  • Guy Stanley – Angry Husband
  • Anighya Crocker – Brad
  • Ralph Hollingsworth – Stan
  • Fairy Lou Caroland – Dog Walking Neighbor
  • Lesia Wood – Church Wife
  • Steve Smith – Church Husband
  • Brandon Oliver – Rich Relative
  • Cheryl Jackson – Rich Relative
  • Cecilia Diana Berg-Baird – College Girl
  • Priscila Lafarga – College Girl
  • Gretchen Mosby – College Girl
  • Velberta Carr – Big Hat Lady
  • Emmory Tablyn Polak – Jack Miller
  • David Gregory Baker – Yard Seller, Museum Tour Group
  • Aaron Reff – Harold Jr.
  • Hunter Jones – Harold and Mabel’s Child
  • Desi Weaver – Harold and Mabel’s Child
  • Johnna Weaver – Harold and Mabel’s Child
  • Walker Weaver – Harold and Mabel’s Child
  • Thom Rawls – Music Minister
  • Grace Plunk – Pianist
  • Matthew Whitehead – Museum Intern
  • Sue Walling – Museum Clerk
  • Lillian Shropshire – Girl With Flower
  • Hayden Barnes – Louise and Trevor’s daughter
  • Nelda Atchley – Nurse
  • Courtney Dowdy – girl with rash
FILM CONTACT DETAILS
Company: Mainstreet Productions
Contact Person: Fred or Sharon Wilharm
Phone:
Fax:
Email: Email Contact
Flowers for Fannie, 3.5 out of 5 based on 2 ratings
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7 Comments

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  1. R. beshear says
    13 January 13, 12:29pm

    A great reminder to minister to the elderly or anyone who is lonely. I loved the characters in the movie! Great job!!

  2. 13 January 13, 1:17pm

    We got to see an advance copy of this film and found it charming and uplifting. We will be able to share Flowers for Fannie in our church on March 10, 2013 and anticipate a very warm reception from our viewers.

    Bedias, Texas, Christian Film Festival.

  3. Phyllis Schaddelee says
    15 January 13, 7:26am

    Our family loved seeing this heartwarming story of how our awesome God brings the right people together at the perfect time. This is an amazing story about something that few movie producers address, our seniors. The cast and crew did a spectacular job of making us feel like we were living the movie. We highly recommend that all age groups see this movie!

  4. Cheryl Mann says
    17 January 13, 7:19pm

    Our family really enjoyed this movie. It was a heartwarming story to remind us to be kind to the elderly as well as those around us that do not have any family.

  5. Rebecca Shropshire says
    19 January 13, 7:35am

    Such a sweet story and a great reminder to look past someones behavor and see the person. Reaching out can be hard but is always worth it. Very family friendly.

  6. Annelie says
    03 February 13, 2:42pm

    Cindy Navarro says…

    My interest originally is because someone I used to go to church with, Brandon Oliver, had a small role in it. I thought I would watch at least until I saw Brandon’s performance, and then get on with other things. I must admit, though, the story did capture my interest and I grew to care about Fannie, Louise, and the other characters.

    The rest of her review can be found under our Film Reviews section underneath the photo.

    CFDb

  7. 27 March 13, 11:14am

    We shared Flowers for Fannie during our March Christian Film Festival, everyone loved Fannie and many related family memories brought to mind after viewing the film.

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