Iran: Days of Crisis


2h 1991

Brief Synopsis

A miniseries depicting the 1979-80 hostage crisis, in which 53 Americans spent 444 days imprisoned in Tehran by militant Iranians.

Film Details

Also Known As
444 Days
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Eclair Group; Nippon Hoso Kyokai (NHK); TNT; Turner Pictures Worldwide Distribution
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Israel; Paris, France; Rhodes, Greece

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

A miniseries depicting the 1979-80 hostage crisis, in which 53 Americans spent 444 days imprisoned in Tehran by militant Iranians.

Crew

Ginger Adar

Other

Manolis Alexandrakis

Construction

Zvi Aloni

Property Master

Amir Asbet

Electrician

George Bahu

Construction

Pascal Baillargeau

Other

Muki Ben-hamo

Transportation Coordinator

Danny Ben-menahem

Location Manager

Mordecai Boaz

Grip

Jacques M Bradette

Set Decorator

John Buchan

Casting (Canada)

Miriam Caivano

Wardrobe

Farid Chaouche

Production Manager

Dennis Chapman

Production Manager

Bryan Charboneau

Hair Stylist

Ken Clark

Property Master

Margie Clark

Casting (Usa)

Sean Connor

Other

Nicole Agnes Cottet

Casting

Nicole-agnes Cottet

Casting (France)

Brian Cox

Wardrobe

David Croucher

Driver

Boudjemma Dahmane

Executive Producer (France)

Dalit Davidov

Makeup

Nicole Decastro

Photography

Dave Derry

Key Grip

Jaro Dick

Set Decorator

Laura Dinulesco

Wardrobe

Harvey Edinoff

Production Accountant

Jean-claude Egea

Camera Operator

Avital Eilati

Electrician

Shimon Elimelech

Dresser

Gabe Fallus

Location Manager

Allan Foenander

Casting (Great Britain)

Andrea Fontaine

Script Supervisor

Jean-vincent Fournier

Story Editor (France)

Reg Gadney

Screenwriter

Eitan Gartushka

Gaffer

Avi Gatat

Electrician

Bernard Giglio

Post-Production Supervisor

Arlene Glucksman-jones

Casting (Usa)

Shai Goldenberg

Grip

Ken Gord

Line Producer (Canada)

Yves Goustard

Other

Sheena Graham

Production Coordinator

Zvika Haen

Art Department Coordinator

Claudia Harris

Publicity

Dahlia Hovers

Casting (Israel)

David Jaquest

Art Director

Alistair Kay

Assistant Art Director

Irene Kent

Makeup

Dov Kogat

Other

Itsik Kol

Thanks

Catherine Lace

Props

Gordon Langevin

Camera Operator

Erla Lank

Wardrobe Supervisor

David Lee

Sound Mixer

Karen Lee Hall

Assistant Director

Bill Leeking

Transportation Coordinator

Jenny Lundten

Production Assistant

Roger Macdonald

Other

Peter Mathews

Assistant Editor

Naomi Mayberg

Production Coordinator

Robyn Mcpeters

Publicity

Jacques Methe

Executive Producer (France)

Hugo Middleton

Assistant Editor

Justin Muller

Assistant Director

Danny Natovitch

Sound Mixer

Alain Negre

Art Director

Tiny Nicholls

Costume Designer

Norm O'halloran

Gaffer

Nick Oldham

Publicity

John Ozolins

Transportation Coordinator

Keith Palmer

Editor

Giora Porter

Set Decorator

Eden Rafshoon

Thanks

Eden Rafshoon

Creative Consultant

Gerald Rafshoon

Executive Producer

Mati Raz

Production Manager

Lynda Johnson Robb

Liaison

Luciano Sacripanti

Assistant Director

Kuli Sander

Production Designer

Tim Sanders

Producer

Philippe Sarde

Music

Yacov Sasson

Grip

Nikolaos Seeger

On-Set Dresser

Yitschak Shema

Other

Oded Shor

On-Set Dresser

Jimmy Smith

Wardrobe

Dionysis Spinopolis

Best Boy

Lena Talmor

Hair Stylist

Yehuda Tatarko

Best Boy

Michalis Tsakalios

Construction

George Tsoutas

Key Grip

Carlo Varini

Director Of Photography

David Varod

Construction Coordinator

Tim Wells

Screenwriter

Kimberly White

Production Coordinator

Christian Williams

Thanks

Keith Wilson

Art Director

Robert Wilson

Assistant Set Decorator

Zivit Yakir

Makeup

Shimon Zipor

Construction

Amos Zipori

Boom Operator

Film Details

Also Known As
444 Days
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Eclair Group; Nippon Hoso Kyokai (NHK); TNT; Turner Pictures Worldwide Distribution
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Israel; Paris, France; Rhodes, Greece

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video February 12, 1992

Aired in United States September 30, 1991

Aired in United States October 1, 1991

Previous title: "444 Days."

Began shooting October 15, 1990.

Completed shooting December 7, 1990.

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