The Movie

Based on the book Camilla, by Madeleine L’Engle, Fifteen-year-old Camilla Dickinson (Adelaide Clemens) has led a sheltered life on the Upper East Side with her architect father (Cary Elwes) and beautiful, but fragile mother (Samantha Mathis).

But when her parents’ marriage begins to fall apart, Camilla finds herself caught in the middle. Her mother doesn’t want her to grow up and treats her like a child, while her father is cold and forbidding. Camilla’s friendship with Luisa (Colby Minifie) offers some escape from her stifling parents, but Luisa has problems with her own parents, both of whom are alcoholic. When Camilla meets Luisa’s older brother Frank (Gregg Sulkin), an unlikely friendship is formed, and she finds herself increasingly drawn to him. Rebellious, perhaps even a bit dangerous, and different from anyone she has ever known, Frank introduces Camilla to a world outside her sheltered apartment walls.

As their relationship deepens, Camilla and Frank realize that their parents can’t help them grow up, so they must help each other. Together they discover that the future is in their own hands.

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Latest News

Random Media Acquires Camilla Dickinson for US Release

Los Angeles, CA – As the festivities come to a close in Berlin, Random Media has signed two new titles for release in Summer 2015. 

The Washington Post – Madeleine L’Engle’s foundation Awards Grant to LGBT Group at Wheaton College

The foundation of Madeleine L’Engle, the late National Book Award-winning author of “A Wrinkle in Time,” has awarded OneWheaton, an independent community of LGBT students and alumni from Wheaton College, a $5,000 grant.

Entertainment Weekly – New Excerpt from A Wrinkle In Time Found

Madeleine L’Engle fans, you’re in for quite a treat: a never-before-seen, discarded passage from the writer’s 1962 classic A Wrinkle In Time has surfaced, thanks to L’Engle’s granddaughter, Charlotte Jones Voiklis.

50th Anniversary of A Wrinkle in Time

Imagine, for a moment, that you’re a publisher hearing a pitch about a children’s book whose tangled plot braids together quantum physics, fractions and megaparsecs (a measure for distances in intergalactic space). The book also casually tosses out phrases in French, Italian, German and ancient Greek. Sound like the next kids’ best-seller to you?