Gerry


1h 43m 2002

Brief Synopsis

Two young friends who call each other "Gerry" drive off into the wilderness to hike in a remote area. After losing their way in the forbiddingly beautiful terrain, they rely on humor and confidence to propel them forward. But when the gravity of their situation takes hold, their strength and prospec

Film Details

Also Known As
Jerry, Untitled (Gus Van Sant/Matt Damon project)
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Comedy
Drama
Release Date
2002
Distribution Company
ThinkFilm
Location
Argentina; Death Valley, California, USA; Utah, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 43m

Synopsis

Two young friends who call each other "Gerry" drive off into the wilderness to hike in a remote area. After losing their way in the forbiddingly beautiful terrain, they rely on humor and confidence to propel them forward. But when the gravity of their situation takes hold, their strength and prospects for survival wane, as they face the ultimate test.

Crew

Scott Acito

Production Assistant

Casey Affleck

Screenplay

Felix Andrew

Sound Mixer

Lilah Bankier

Assistant Editor

Sally Sue Beisel

Assistant Director

Jorge De Bernardi

Transportation Coordinator

Luciano Bertoni

Sound

Christopher Blauvelt

Assistant Camera

Michael Blauvelt

Assistant Camera

J T Bock

Production Assistant

Chris Burgoyne

Special Makeup Effects

Anthony M Cady

Grip

Pedro Cannavo

Assistant Production Coordinator

Don Ciana

Color Timer

Diego Garcia Conejero

Production Coordinator

Diego Garcia Conejero

Location Coordinator

Ismael Cuadra

Driver

Matt Damon

Screenplay

A J Davidson

Grip

Christian Davidson

Grip

Stuart Deutsch

Boom Operator

Mike Donoghue

Medic

Jeff Eveleth

Production Assistant

Belen Fagalde

Production Secretary

Trinette L Faint

Assistant

Roger Faires

Location Manager

Danielle Fenati

Production Assistant

Jamie Franta

Grip

Jobey Gibson

Production Assistant

Pablo Gomez

Assistant Camera

Alice Gu

Assistant Camera

Agustin Gutierrez

Production Assistant

Sebastian Hermansson

Gaffer

Jay Hernandez

Associate Producer

Mary Jasionowski

Production Accountant

Goro Koyama

Foley Artist

James R Kwiatkowski

Key Grip

Julieta Garcia Llano

Production Secretary

Andy Malcolm

Foley Artist

John Mang

Director Of Engineering

Jason Mccormick

Loader

Brady Mcelroy

Grip

Matias Mesa

Steadicam Operator

Marcelo Montero

Accounting Assistant

Greg Moutran

Production Assistant

Arvo Part

Song

Arvo Part

Music

Gabriela Pietranera

Wardrobe

Janos Pilenyi

Titles And Opticals

Timothy T Rakoczy

Assistant Sound Editor

Jeremy Rizzi

Assistant

Harris Savides

Director Of Photography

Bud Scott

Best Boy Grip

Leslie Shatz

Sound Designer

Patricia Sztaba

Negative Cutter

Stan Sztaba

Negative Cutter

Gus Van Sant

Screenplay

Alfredo Velez

Grip

Enrique Velez

Grip

Heman Velez

Grip

Hipolito Velez

Key Grip

Joe Violante

Advisor

Jen Wall

Production Supervisor

Don White

Foley Mixer

John Whytock

Driver

Cole Williams

Caterer

Dany Wolf

Unit Production Manager

Dany Wolf

Producer

Dany Wolf

Assistant Director

Rebecca Wright

Foley Recordist

Paul Zucker

Associate Editor

Damon Zwicker

Production Assistant

Film Details

Also Known As
Jerry, Untitled (Gus Van Sant/Matt Damon project)
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Comedy
Drama
Release Date
2002
Distribution Company
ThinkFilm
Location
Argentina; Death Valley, California, USA; Utah, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 43m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Winner of the 2003 award for Best Cinematography from the New York Film Critics Circle.

Released in United States August 2002

Released in United States January 2002

Released in United States on Video November 11, 2003

Released in United States Winter February 14, 2003

Shown at Locarno International Film Festival August 1-11, 2002.

Shown at Sundance Film Festival (Premieres/ Frontier) in Park City, Utah January 10-20, 2002.

Feature screenwriting debut for Casey Affleck.

ThinkFilm acquired North American rights at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival for a reported $1 million.

Project inspired by Bela Tarr's seven-hour epic film, "Satantango" (Hungary/1994).

Released in United States January 2002 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (Premieres/ Frontier) in Park City, Utah January 10-20, 2002.)

Released in United States Winter February 14, 2003

Released in United States August 2002 (Shown at Locarno International Film Festival August 1-11, 2002.)

Released in United States on Video November 11, 2003