THE INSIDER (1999)

Filmography
Studio:  Touchstone Pictures
Director:  Michael Mann
Screenwriters:  Eric Roth, Michael Mann
Story:  Marie Brenner, “The Man Who Knew Too Much” (Vanity Fair, May 1996)
Producers:  Michael Mann, Pieter Jan Brugge
Director of Photography:  Dante Spinotti
Editors:  William Goldenberg, Paul Rubell, David Rosenbloom
Production Designer:  Brian Morris
Music:  Lisa Gerrard, Pieter Bourke
Cast:  Al Pacino (Lowell Bergman)
           Russell Crowe (Jeffrey Wigand)
           Christopher Plummer (Mike Wallace)
           Diane Venora (Liane Wigand)
           Philip Baker Hall (Don Hewitt)
           Debi Mazar (Debbie DeLuca)
           Gina Gershon (Helen Caparelli)
           Rip Torn (John Scanlon)

Color, 158 minutes.

Awards:
Nominated, Academy Award, 2000, best picture (Mann, Brugge)
Nominated, Academy Award, 2000, best actor in a leading role (Crowe)
Nominated, Academy Award, 2000, best director (Mann)
Nominated, Academy Award, 2000, best writing, screenplay based on material previously produced or
    published  (Roth, Mann)
Nominated, Academy Award, 2000, best cinematography (Spinotti)
Nominated, Academy Award, 2000, best editing (Goldenberg, Rubell, Rosenbloom)
Nominated, Academy Award, 2000, best sound (Andy Nelson, Doug Hemphill, Lee Orloff)
Nominated, Golden Globe, 2000, best director-motion picture (Mann)
Nominated, Golden Globe, 2000, best motion picture-drama
Nominated, Golden Globe, 2000, best performance by an actor in a motion picture (Crowe)
Nominated, Golden Globe, 2000, best screenplay-motion picture (Roth, Mann)
Nominated, Golden Globe, 2000, best original score (Gerrard, Bourke)
 
 

Copyright (c) 2003 by Lindsay Elizabeth Totams, Undergraduate at Lehigh University.

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