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Distant Voices, Still Lives

Distant Voices, Still Lives(1986)

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  • Winner of seventeen international prizes, including the International Critics Prize at Cannes and the Golden Leopard at Locarno.
  • Released in United States 1988
  • Released in United States 1989
  • Released in United States April 1986
  • Released in United States August 1988
  • Released in United States August 1989
  • Released in United States January 1992
  • Released in United States July 1989
  • Released in United States May 14, 1988
  • Released in United States on Video February 8, 1990
  • Released in United States September 17, 1988
  • Released in United States September 1988
  • Released in United States Summer July 28, 1989
  • Shown at Boston Film Festival September 17, 1988.
  • Shown at Cannes Film Festival (Directors Fortnight) May 14, 1988.
  • Shown at Dublin Film Festival October 26-November 4, 1988.
  • Shown at Locarno Film Festival August 1988.
  • Shown at Montreal World Film Festival August 24-September 4, 1988.
  • Shown at Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) (British Film Institute: Five Years of New Cinema, 1986-1990) in New York City April 12-23, 1991.
  • Shown at New York Film Festival September 29 & October 2, 1988.
  • Shown at Norwegian Film Festival in Haugesund August 19-25, 1989.
  • Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 11-June 4, 1989.
  • Shown at Sundance Film Festival (British Independents) in Park City, Utah January 16-26, 1992.
  • Shown at Telluride Film Festival September 1988.
  • Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 8-17, 1988.
  • Shown at Wellington Film Festival July 7-22, 1989.
  • Sholto Roeg is the child of director Nicolas Roeg.
  • Began shooting September 16, 1985.
  • Completed shooting during fall 1987.
  • The first section, "Distant Voices," was shot in London and Liverpool in the autumn of 1985; the second, "Still Lives," was filmed with the same cast two years later.
  • Released in United States 1988 (Shown at Dublin Film Festival October 26-November 4, 1988.)
  • Released in United States 1988 (Shown at Montreal World Film Festival August 24-September 4, 1988.)
  • Released in United States 1988 (Shown at New York Film Festival September 29 & October 2, 1988.)
  • Released in United States 1989 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 11-June 4, 1989.)
  • Released in United States January 1992 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (British Independents) in Park City, Utah January 16-26, 1992.)
  • Released in United States April 1986 (Shown at Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) (British Film Institute: Five Years of New Cinema, 1986-1990) in New York City April 12-23, 1991.)
  • Released in United States May 14, 1988 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival (Directors Fortnight) May 14, 1988.)
  • Released in United States July 1989 (Shown at Wellington Film Festival July 7-22, 1989.)
  • Released in United States Summer July 28, 1989
  • Released in United States on Video February 8, 1990
  • Released in United States August 1988 (Shown at Locarno Film Festival August 1988.)
  • Released in United States August 1989 (Shown at Norwegian Film Festival in Haugesund August 19-25, 1989.)
  • Released in United States September 1988 (Shown at Telluride Film Festival September 1988.)
  • Released in United States September 1988 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 8-17, 1988.)
  • Released in United States September 17, 1988 (Shown at Boston Film Festival September 17, 1988.)