THE CIDER HOUSE RULES (1999)
Filmography
Studio:  Miramax Films
Director:  Lasse Halstrom
Screenwriters:  John Irving
Story:  John Irving
Producers:  Alan C. Blomquist, Bobby Cohen, Richard N. Gladstein,
                  Leslie Holleran, Michele Platt, Meryl Poster, Bob Weinstein,
                  Harvey Weinstein, Lila Yacoub
Director of Photography:  Oliver Stapleton
Editor:  Lisa Zeno Churgin
Production Designer:  David Gropman
Music:  Rachel Portman
Cast: Tobey Macquire (Homer Wells)
         Charlize Theron (Candy Kendall)
         Delroy Lindo (Mr. Arthur Rose)
         Erykah Badu (Rose Rose)
         Paul Rudd (Wally Worthington)
         Michael Caine (Dr. Wilbur Larch)

Color, 126 minutes.

Awards:
Won, Oscar, 2000, best supporting actor (Caine)
Won, Oscar, 2000, best writing based on material previously published (Irving)
Nominated, Oscar, 2000, best art direction-set decoration (Gropman)
Nominated, Oscar, 2000, best director (Hallstrom)
Nominated, Oscar, 2000, best editing (Churgin)
Nominated, Oscar, 2000, best music, original score (Portman)
Nominated, Oscar, 2000, best picture (Gladstein)
Nominated, Golden Globe, 2000, best supporting actor (Caine)
Nominated, Golden Globe, 2000, best screenplay (Irving)
Nominated, E Pluribus Unum, 2000, feature film
Nominated, BAFTA, 2000, best supporting actor (Caine)
Nominated, BFCA, 2000, best picture
Nominated, CFCA, 2000, best original score (Portman)
Won, Golden Satellite, 2000, best adapted screenplay (Irving)
Nominated, Golden Satellite, 2000, best supporting actor, drama (Caine)
Nominated, Golden Satellite, 2000, best supporting actress, drama (Badu)
Nominated, Golden Satellite, 2000, best supporting actress, drama (Theron)
Nominated, Grammy, 2001, best motion picture score soundtrack (Portman)
Nominated, Sierra, 2000, best supporting actor (Lindo)
Won, NBR, 1999, best screenplay (Irving)
Won, SAG, 2000, best supporting actor (Caine)
Nominated, SAG, 2000, outstanding cast performance, theatrical motion picture
Nominated, WGA Screen Award, 2000, best screenplay based on material previously
    published (Irving)
 

Copyright (c) 2003, Kate A. Schartel, Undergraduate at Lehigh University.

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