The trailer for the film.
A 10 minute excerpt from this feature film.
Interview with director Brad McGann.
Interviews with the cast
Interview with the key crew
Making of footage
The credits for this feature film.
Beautifully filmed and totally absorbing mystery about family secrets.– Ray Bennett, in a Hollywood Reporter review, 5 July 2005
Brad McGann’s brilliant, involving and ultimately devastating version of In My Father’s Den is that rare type of adaptation: one that doesn’t just successfully translate a great book (although that’s rare enough), but just as successfully updates it and refreshes it, finding new ways into its difficult emotions, amplifying and renewing its themes. [...] His film is one seriously impressive achievement.– Philip Matthews, in a Listener review, 9 October 2004
But then I had a dream that prompted me to think about it in another way, something that could be set in a different location and based in contemporary times. It meant making some integral changes and taking a different approach.– Brad McGann, on changing the time and setting from Gee's novel, Onfilm magazine 2004