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Orlando(1992)

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  • Nominated for a 1993 Spirit Award by the Independent Feature Project/West for best foreign film.
  • Winner of the Felix Award for Young European Film of the Year at the 1993 European Film Awards. In addition, Tilda Swinton was nominated for Actress of the Year.
  • Released in United States 1993
  • Released in United States 1999
  • Released in United States January 1993
  • Released in United States June 25, 1993
  • Released in United States November 1992
  • Released in United States on Video May 11, 1994
  • Released in United States September 1992
  • Released in United States September 1996
  • Released in United States Summer June 11, 1993
  • Shown at New Directors/New Films series in New York City March 19 - April 4, 1993.
  • Shown at Sundance Film Festival January 21-31, 1993.
  • Shown at Thessaloniki International Film Festival (in competition) November 6-15, 1992.
  • Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals (Contemporary World Cinema) September 10-19, 1992.
  • Shown at Venice Film Festival (in competition) September 1-12, 1992.
  • Shown in New York City (Anthology Film Archives) as part of program "Best of the Indies" September 5-15, 1996.
  • Shown in New York City (BAM Rose Cinema) as part of program "The Feminine Eye: Twenty Years of Women's Cinema" January 28 - February 7, 1999.
  • Costume designer Sandy Powell received an Evening Standard Award for technical achievement (1993).
  • Began shooting February 17, 1992.
  • Completed shooting April 28, 1992.
  • Filmmaker Sally Potter formed her film production company, the London-based Adventure Pictures, with producer Christopher Sheppard in 1989.
  • "The Feminine Eye" program celebrates New York Women in Film & Television's 20th anniversary.
  • Released in United States 1993 (Shown at New Directors/New Films series in New York City March 19 - April 4, 1993.)
  • Released in United States 1999 (Shown in New York City (BAM Rose Cinema) as part of program "The Feminine Eye: Twenty Years of Women's Cinema" January 28 - February 7, 1999.)
  • Released in United States January 1993 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival January 21-31, 1993.)
  • Released in United States Summer June 11, 1993
  • Released in United States June 25, 1993 (Los Angeles)
  • Released in United States on Video May 11, 1994
  • Released in United States September 1992 (Shown at Venice Film Festival (in competition) September 1-12, 1992.)
  • Released in United States September 1996 (Shown in New York City (Anthology Film Archives) as part of program "Best of the Indies" September 5-15, 1996.)
  • Released in United States November 1992 (Shown at Thessaloniki International Film Festival (in competition) November 6-15, 1992.)
  • Released in United States September 1992 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals (Contemporary World Cinema) September 10-19, 1992.)