Animal Farm


2h 1999

Brief Synopsis

Miniseries based on George Orwell's parable of socialism that chronicles an uprising of talking barnyard animals against their human masters.

Film Details

Release Date
1999
Location
Wicklow, Ireland

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

Miniseries based on George Orwell's parable of socialism that chronicles an uprising of talking barnyard animals against their human masters.

Crew

Brian Ackland-snow

Production Designer

Colin Alway

2-D Artist

Dimitri Bakalov

Animator

Keith Barton

Other

Peter Bell

Other

Karen Bennett

Animal Trainer

Steve Boag

Titles And Opticals

Peggy Brazil

Continuity

Michael Brewster

Director Of Photography

Nathalie Buce

3-D Animator

Martin Bullard

Titles And Opticals

Chris Burdon

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Martyn Burke

Screenplay

John Burns

Assistant Director

Sonia Calvert

2-D Artist

Mary Casey

Post-Production Supervisor

Charles Cash

3-D Animator

Karen Cassie

Assistant

Mike Castillo

2-D Artist

Chris Clarke

Animatronics

Ed Colyer

Foley Recordist

Bill Connor

Other

Paul Conway

2-D Artist

Jim Corcoran

Sound Mixer

Seamus Corcoran

Camera Operator

Chris Coxon

Animatronics

Paul Cullen

Unit Manager

Carole De Jong

Art Department

Matthew Denton

Visual Effects Designer

David Dunsterville

Visual Effects Designer

Phil Easton

Puppeteer

Alfie Evans

Animal Trainer

Norman Evans

Animal Trainer

Tom Evans

Animal Trainer

James Feltham

Adr Editor

Paul Foss

Music

Martin Gabriel

Location Coordinator

Steve Garrad

Effects Coordinator

Chris George

3-D Animator

Chris Gibbons

2-D Artist

Arthur Holland Graley

Foley Editor

Diane Greaves

Foley Artist

Charles Green

Titles And Opticals

Colin Green

Editor

Deirdre Green

Assistant Editor

Daryl Griffith

Original Music

Robert Halmi

Executive Producer

Richard Harvey

Music

Richard Harvey

Music Conductor

Alix Harwood

Art Department

Nigel Heath

Sound Editor

Paul Hedges

Property Master

Simon Hewitt

Animatronics

Graham Hopkins

3-D Animator

Alan Janes

Screenplay

Ken Jennings

Makeup

Stephanie Kaye

Hair Stylist

Kevin Kerrigan

Other

Frank Kitson

3-D Artist

Noel Lambert

Puppeteer

Melissa Lenihan

Art Department

Paul Lowin

Producer

Josie Macavin

Set Decorator

David Man

2-D Artist

Waldo Mason

Art Department

Yvonne Mcdonald

Production Coordinator

Martin Mcglone

Color

Bronco Mcloughlin

Animal Trainer

Rita Moloney

Animal Trainer

Lisa Moore

2-D Artist

Robin Morrison

Sound Recordist

Robin Morrison

Music Producer

Michael Mulholland

Animator

Simon Murray

Costumes

Jonathan Neil

3-D Animator

Tiny Nicholls

Costume Designer

Mike Nicholson-pike

Animal Trainer

Jacky Noble

Art Department

Carmel O'connor

Casting Director

Roma O'connor

Project Manager

Shaun O'dell

Director Of Photography

Morgan O'sullivan

Coproducer

Pete Oldroyd

Other

George Orwell

Source Material (From Novel)

Chrissie Overs

Art Department

Mary Owens

Animal Trainer

Bonita Pietila

Voice Casting

Jonathan Privett

Visual Effects Supervisor

Michael S Pryor

Visual Effects

Alvaro Quiroga

Animal Trainer

David Rey

2-D Artist

Gillian Roberts

Production

Sue Rowe

Visual Effects Supervisor

Julian Slater

Sound Effects Editor

Alex Mein Smith

Other

Frank Smith

Puppeteer

Greg Smith

Producer

Diane Staniforth

Art Department

Lionel Steketee

Assistant Director

Barry Sutton

Art Department

Jason Swanscott

Foley Artist

Kat Szuminska

2-D Artist

Charles Tait

2-D Artist

Mickey Walsh

Assistant Director

Roland Watson

Other

Liz West

Script Supervisor

John Wheatley

Puppeteer

Kevin Wheatley

Other

Ian Whittaker

Art Department

Bill Whyte

Other

David S Williams

2-D Artist

Pete Williams

Other

Aviv Yaron

2-D Artist

Film Details

Release Date
1999
Location
Wicklow, Ireland

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States January 1999

Aired in United States October 3, 1999

Aired in United States September 1999

Released in United States on Video January 18, 1999

Shown at San Sebastian International Film Festival (Open Zone) September 16-25, 1999.

Shown at Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah January 21-31, 1999.

Previously in development for NBC.

Released theatrically in Europe following its U.S. telecast premiere.

Directorial debut for John Stephenson, head of Jim Henson's Creature Shop in London.

Budget source: Daily Variety 04/06/1998

Estimated budget: $22,000,000 - $25,000,000

The highest budget TV movie to have been made in Ireland to date.

Began shooting August 25, 1998.

Completed shooting November 6, 1998.