Emma


2h 1996

Brief Synopsis

A young woman tries to match up her acquaintances but can't cope with her own love life.

Film Details

Also Known As
l'entremetteuse
MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Romance
Drama
Period
Adaptation
Release Date
1996
Distribution Company
MIRAMAX
Location
London, England, United Kingdom; Southern England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

Pretty, clever, and just a little self-satisfied, Emma Woodhouse lives in style with her widowed father in the small town of Highbury, England. When her beloved governess, friend and confidante leaves to marry their neighbor, Emma is faced with a great gap in her life--and a great dilemma; how to help others lead a life as perfect as her own. She is so devoted to meddling in the romantic lives of others that she may just miss her chance to learn about love firsthand. Ultimately, Emma finds her matchmaking efforts foiled, but her hopes fulfilled.

Crew

Susie Adams

Makeup Artist

David Appleby

Photography

Jane Austen

Source Material (From Novel)

Joshua Meath Baker

Art Director

Graham Barford

Carpenter

Alison Begg

Assistant Director

Barbara Berkery

Other

Jane Biro

Assistant

Brian Blamey

Editor

Mike Bleach

Sound

James Bloom

Other

Jean Bourne

Script Supervisor

Richard Broome

Grip

Clive Brown

Props

Geoff R. Brown

Assistant Sound Editor

David Bruce

Electrician

Emma Buckley

Casting Associate

Carlo Bulley

Art Assistant

Paul Carr

Rerecording

Patrick Cassavetti

Producer

Russell Channon

Assistant Director

Dempsey Cook

Propman

Martin Corbett

Assistant Editor

Samantha Crouch

Wardrobe Assistant

Bill Darby

Location Manager

Lou Durkin

Wardrobe Assistant

Polly Earnshaw

Makeup

Tina Earnshaw

Makeup Artist

Morgan Elliott

Assistant

Terry English

Driver

Danny Euston

Property Master

Gary Evans

Production

Mark Evans

Electrician

Robert Farr

Rerecording

Karen Firestone

Assistant

Gerry Floyd

Driver

Magot Forster

Costume Department

Key Georgiou

Hair Assistant

Donna Gigliotti

Executive Producer

Andrew Golding

Construction Manager

Keith Grant

Music

Donna Grey

Associate Producer

Sian Grigg

Makeup Assistant

Rachelle Gryn

Assistant

Steven Haft

Producer

Hugo Headley

Office Runner

Teresa Hidalgo

Location Assistant

Jennifer Hilton

Production Assistant

Derek Holding

Dialogue Editor

Michael Howells

Production Designer

Jeremy Hume

Assistant Editor

Polly Jefferies

Assistant

Luke Jones

Office Runner

Wayne Leach

Electrician

Sue Lefton

Choreographer

Jason Line

Scenic Artist

Brian Lofthouse

Other

Sharon Long

Assistant

Louise Mansfield

Office Runner

Jim Mcgill

Driver

Doug Mcgrath

Screenplay

David Meeking

Other

Caleb Menges

Assistant Director

Colin Miller

Sound Editor

Ray Morgan

Propman

Enyo Mortty

Driver

Ruth Myers

Costume Designer

Roz Naylor

Other

Clive Newton

Props

Davina Nicholson

Assistant Director

Gary Nixon

Accounting Assistant

Michael O'connor

Wardrobe Supervisor

Ricky Pattenden

Electrician

Rachel Portman

Original Music

Rachel Portman

Music

Ray Potter

Best Boy

Terry Reece

Driver

Sam Riley

Art Director

Stephen Scott

Scenic Artist

Lionel Selwyn

Foley Artist

Phil Shaw

Carpenter

Stephen Slater

Other

Vanessa Smiles

Driver

Anna Bourdon Smith

Other

Norman Smith

Gaffer

David Snell

Music Conductor

Simon Steele

Production Assistant

Lucinda Sturgis

Production

Jason Swanscott

Foley Artist

Simon Thompson

Hairdresser

Kevin Treby

Production Accountant

Fran Trictus

Production Coordinator

Harry Van Rooij

Carpenter

Lesley Walker

Editor

Bob Weinstein

Executive Producer

Harvey Weinstein

Executive Producer

Totty Whateley

Set Decorator

Ian Wilson

Director Of Photography

James Winby

Carpenter

Colin Wood

Sound

Film Details

Also Known As
l'entremetteuse
MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Romance
Drama
Period
Adaptation
Release Date
1996
Distribution Company
MIRAMAX
Location
London, England, United Kingdom; Southern England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Award Wins

Best Score (Musical or Comedy)

1996

Award Nominations

Best Costume Design

1996

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Winner of the 1996 Golden Satellite Award for Best Actress (Gwyneth Paltrow) in a comedy or musical from the International Press Academy.

Released in United States Summer August 2, 1996

Expanded Release in United States August 9, 1996

Wide Release in United States August 16, 1996

Released in United States on Video April 15, 1997

Released in United States 1996

Released in United States November 1996

Shown at American Film Market (AFM) in Los Angeles February 29 - March 8, 1996.

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 16 - June 9, 1996.

Shown at Thessaloniki International Film Festival (Avant Premieres) November 8-17, 1996.

Feature directorial debut for writer Douglas McGrath.

Completed shooting October 14, 1995.

Began shooting August 28, 1995.

Released in United States Summer August 2, 1996

Expanded Release in United States August 9, 1996

Wide Release in United States August 16, 1996

Released in United States on Video April 15, 1997

Released in United States 1996 (Shown at American Film Market (AFM) in Los Angeles February 29 - March 8, 1996.)

Released in United States 1996 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 16 - June 9, 1996.)

Released in United States November 1996 (Shown at Thessaloniki International Film Festival (Avant Premieres) November 8-17, 1996.)