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Crying Game, The(1992)

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  • Chosen as a finalist for best marketed film of 1993 by the Film Information Council.
  • Neil Jordan was cited for best screenplay by the Boston Society of Film Critics (1992).
  • Neil Jordan was cited for best screenplay by the New York Film Critics Circle (1992). Miranda Richardson was also named best supporting actress for her performances in "The Crying Game" (Great Britain/1992), "Damage" (Great Britain/1992) and "Enchanted April" (Great Britain/1991).
  • Neil Jordan was nominated for the Directors Guild of America's 1992 Outstanding Directorial Achievement Award.
  • Neil Jordan won the best original screenplay award from the Writers Guild of America (1992).
  • Stephen Rea was voted best actor by the National Society of Film Critics (1992).
  • Stephen Woolley won the 1992 Golden Laurel Award from the Producers Guild of America.
  • Expanded Release in United States December 18, 1992
  • Limited Release in United States November 25, 1992
  • Released in United States 1992
  • Released in United States 1993
  • Released in United States Fall November 25, 1992
  • Released in United States on Video July 7, 1993
  • Released in United States September 1992
  • Wide Release in United States February 19, 1993
  • Shown at New York Film Festival September 25 - October 11, 1992.
  • Shown at Telluride Film Festival September 4-7, 1992.
  • Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 10-19, 1992.
  • Shown at Venice Film Festival (Venetian Nights) September 1-12, 1992.
  • Frederick Elmes was cinematographer for a week of principal photography before Ian Wilson took over.
  • Producers Nik Powell and Stephen Woolley received a Felix for European Achievement of the Year at the 1993 European Film Awards.
  • First feature distributed by Eurotrustees, a European joint venture set up by Palace Pictures, BAC Films, Iberoamericana, Academy and Senator.
  • Began shooting November 3, 1991.
  • Completed shooting December 21, 1991.
  • Jaye Davidson was named the most auspicious newcomer of the year by the National Board of Review (1992).
  • Released in United States 1992 (Shown at New York Film Festival September 25 - October 11, 1992.)
  • Released in United States 1993 (Shown at AFI/Los Angeles International Film Festival (Tribute to Miramax: Ten Years of Hits) June 10 - July 1, 1993.)
  • Wide Release in United States February 19, 1993
  • Released in United States on Video July 7, 1993
  • Released in United States September 1992 (Shown at Telluride Film Festival September 4-7, 1992.)
  • Released in United States September 1992 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 10-19, 1992.)
  • Released in United States September 1992 (Shown at Venice Film Festival (Venetian Nights) September 1-12, 1992.)
  • Limited Release in United States November 25, 1992
  • Released in United States Fall November 25, 1992
  • Expanded Release in United States December 18, 1992