Felicia's Journey


1h 56m 1999

Brief Synopsis

Seventeen and pregnant, Felicia travels from Ireland to England in search of her lover and is found instead by Joseph Ambrose Hilditch, a helpful catering manager whose kindness masks a serial killer. Hilditch has murdered several young women, but he has no conscious awareness of his crimes; like Fe

Film Details

Also Known As
Voyage de Felicia, Le
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Distribution Company
Artisan Entertainment
Location
Ireland; England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 56m

Synopsis

Seventeen and pregnant, Felicia travels from Ireland to England in search of her lover and is found instead by Joseph Ambrose Hilditch, a helpful catering manager whose kindness masks a serial killer. Hilditch has murdered several young women, but he has no conscious awareness of his crimes; like Felicia, he doesn't see his true self. A story of innocence lost and regained, Felicia awakens to the world's dangers and duplicities; and Hilditch, who grew up lonely and unloved, comes to realize what was taken from him, and what he himself has taken.

Crew

Michael Austin

Song

Matthew Baker

Assistant Director

Naoise Barry

Location Manager

Colin Baxter

Editor

Daniel Blackman

Other

Mary Bond

Song

Kate Bush

Song Performer

Kate Bush

Song

Frederick Chiverton

Music

Marilyn Clarke

Production Coordinator

Jim Clay

Production Designer

Colin Colyer

Adr Mixer

Sue Conley

Dialogue Editor

Andrew D Cooke

Location Manager

Karen Crossan

Music

Mychael Danna

Music

Nick Daubeny

Location Manager

Bruce Davey

Producer

Leo Davis

Casting

Vincent Dipaola

Song

Peter Dorme

Other

Jimmy Duncan

Song

Atom Egoyan

Screenplay

Keith Elliott

Foley Recordist

Keith Elliott

Rerecording

Karen Glasser

Associate Producer

Johanna Graysmark

Art Director

Pippa Hall

Casting

Stevie Hall

Hairdresser

Derek Hudson

Song

Bridget Hunt

Music

Ralph Kamp

Executive Producer

Peter Kelly

Rerecording

Nigel Kirton

Steadicam Operator

Robert Lantos

Coproducer

Cheryl Leigh

Script Supervisor

Andy Malcolm

Foley Artist

Danny Mcgrath

Assistant Director

Ted Morley

Production Supervisor

Steven Munro

Sound Design

Lp Newmarket Capital Group

Producer

Daniel Pellerin

Rerecording

Sandy Powell

Costume Designer

Morag Ross

Makeup

Paul Sarossy

Dp/Cinematographer

Paul Sarossy

Director Of Photography

Clare Scholtz

Other

Chris Seagers

Art Director

Ron Searles

Music

Susan Shipton

Editor

Amenee Shisakly

Theme Music Performer

Brian Simmons

Sound Mixer

Colin Skeaping

Stunt Coordinator

Mark Sommer

Location Manager

Jan Spoczynski

Other

Clare Spragge

Wardrobe Supervisor

David Drainie Taylor

Dialogue Editor

Roberts Tim

Adr Editor

Angelique Toews

Music

William Trevor

Source Material (From Novel)

Paul Tucker

Executive Producer

Malcom Vaughan

Song Performer

David J Webb

Assistant Director

Johanna Weinstein

Titles

Kirk Worthington

Music

Film Details

Also Known As
Voyage de Felicia, Le
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Distribution Company
Artisan Entertainment
Location
Ireland; England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 56m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Winner of four 1999 Genie Awards, including Best Adapted Screenplay (Atom Egoyan), Best Cinematography (Paul Sarossy), Best Actor (Bob Hoskins) and Best Original Score (Mychael Danna).

Released in United States Fall November 12, 1999

Released in United States November 19, 1999

Expanded Release in United States November 24, 1999

Released in United States on Video May 16, 2000

Released in United States 1999

Released in United States October 1999

Released in United States 2000

Shown at New York Film Festival (Closing Night) September 24 - October 10, 1999.

Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival September 24 - October 10, 1999.

Shown at Montreal International Festival of New Cinema & New Media (in competition) October 14-24, 1999.

Shown at Rotterdam International Film Festival January 26 - February 6, 2000.

Completed shooting November 13, 1998.

Began shooting September 21, 1998.

Released in United States Fall November 12, 1999

Released in United States November 19, 1999 (Los Angeles)

Expanded Release in United States November 24, 1999

Released in United States on Video May 16, 2000

Released in United States 1999 (Shown at New York Film Festival (Closing Night) September 24 - October 10, 1999.)

Released in United States 1999 (Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival September 24 - October 10, 1999.)

Released in United States October 1999 (Shown at Montreal International Festival of New Cinema & New Media (in competition) October 14-24, 1999.)

Released in United States 2000 (Shown at Rotterdam International Film Festival January 26 - February 6, 2000.)