Love and Sex


1h 22m 2000

Brief Synopsis

Kate Welles is a magazine journalist who's tired of writing the fluff pieces her editor routinely assigns her. She has also just been devastated by the break-up of her relationship with her live-in artist boyfriend, Adam, who wants to see other women. When her editor suggests she write a love/sex co

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
2000
Distribution Company
Lionsgate
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 22m

Synopsis

Kate Welles is a magazine journalist who's tired of writing the fluff pieces her editor routinely assigns her. She has also just been devastated by the break-up of her relationship with her live-in artist boyfriend, Adam, who wants to see other women. When her editor suggests she write a love/sex column, she jumps at the chance to explore her own ill-fated encounters with the opposite sex as a means to help others navigate the unsteady terrain of relationships. Meanwhile, Kate and Adam begin to spot each other on dates with their respective new love interests in public. They each strive at every opportunity to make the other jealous. However, in so doing, Kate begins to put Adam behind her, and Adam begins to realize that he can't stand seeing Kate with anyone else, and that he will never find another like her.

Crew

Luisa Abel

Makeup

Stacey Abrams

Special Thanks To

Rob Aft

Special Thanks To

Richard Andrade

Office Assistant

Martin Apelbaum

Editor

Peter Arffman

Song

Joe Backes

Gaffer

Jackie Baldwin

Special Thanks To

Ron Baldwin

Steadicam Operator

Martin J. Barab

Producer

Tony Barattini

Driver

Eleanor Barcelon

Special Thanks To

Leslie Beattie

Property Master

Darla Berge

Special Thanks To

Karin Berquist

Song

Vincent Bilbro

Other

Cass Bird

Photography

Carolyn Blackwood

Special Thanks To

Andre Blaise

Hair

Timothy Scott Bogart

Producer

Jennifer Bozell

Special Thanks To

Ethan Brannon

Grip

Valerie Breiman

Screenplay

Derek Brown

Electrician

Brigitte Burdine

Other

Jay Burkhart

Other

Devin Butler

Special Thanks To

Dana Byal

Production Coordinator

Gregg Campbell

Dolly Grip

P. Erik Carlson

Art Department Coordinator

Dan Carpluk

Grip

Matthew Carson

Special Thanks To

Barbara Casner

Assistant Production Coordinator

Eric Caspar

Song

Eric Caspar

Song Performer

Joe Clark

Grip

Nancy Clements

Set Decorator

Rich Colgin

Set Production Assistant

Damion Collier

Electrician

Richard Conant

Electrician

Corey Corona

Grip

George Costello

Art Assistant

Sean Crowell

Key Grip

Mark Damon

Executive Producer

David Deleon

Electrician

Joseph Derosa

Art Assistant

Linford Detweiler

Song

Albert T Dickerson

Special Thanks To

Mike Doggett

Driver

Jennifer Donish

Makeup Assistant

Aaron Donovan

Art Department

Tim Easton

Song

Tim Easton

Song Performer

Ron Edmonson

Grip

George Elizondo

Electrician

David Michael Erwin

Sound Effects Editor

Jose Escalona

Other

Julie Finer

Dialogue Editor

Stephanie Flack

Dialogue Editor

Ian Flooks

Special Thanks To

Scott Forbes

Art Assistant

Marc Ford

Song Performer

Marc Ford

Song

Robert Forest

Dolly Grip

Eric Free

Boom Operator

Franc Gabusi

Grip

David Gaynes

Special Thanks To

Brier Ghen

Assistant

Alan Gitlin

Steadicam Operator

Paul Gonsoulin

Camera Assistant

Irv Goodnoff

Director Of Photography

Babara Gordon

Animal Trainer

Brian Gottesman

Song

Gerlinda Grimes

Song

Chris Guerro

Electrician

Mitch Gulbin

Dolly Grip

Scott Hackwith

Song

Tom Hall

Other

Darris Hatch

Producer

Robb Hedges

Set Production Assistant

Anders Hellgren

Song

James Hereth

Art Department Coordinator

Mila Hermanovski

Costumes

Jason Staehler Hill

Song

Joe Hoebel

Special Thanks To

Todd Hollien

Camera Assistant

Lewis Horwitz

Special Thanks To

Shane Jacobs

Special Thanks To

David B Jarrell

Gaffer

Steve Jeffries

Song Performer

Steve Jeffries

Song

Jose Jimenez

Art Assistant

Greg Jones

Special Thanks To

Kevin Jones

Special Thanks To

Susan Jones

Location Assistant

Adam Kane

Director Of Photography

Brian Karsig

Song

John Keefer

Best Boy Grip

Sean Keegan

Adr

Richard Kiratsoulis

Special Thanks To

Gleb Klioner

Special Thanks To

Sheri Knight

Makeup Assistant

Glenn Knowlton

Transportation Coordinator

Kristine Knudson

Special Thanks To

Pam Kohl

Special Thanks To

Scott Kolden

Music Editor

John R Koth

Key Grip

Mike Krajci

Other

Shirley Kurata

Costume Supervisor

Scott Landis

Special Thanks To

Bob Lawrence

Colorist

Michelle Ledoux

Line Producer

Krishna Levitt

Craft Service

Gregg Maddox

Assistant Property Master

Rob Magnano

Camera Assistant

Christine Malone

Makeup Assistant

Joshua Marin-hepfl

Other

Arona Martin

Set Costumer

Angelik Martinez

Graphic Designer

Karri Mayo

Other

James Mcbride

Transportation Captain

Mark Mcdermitt

Driver

Scott Mclain

Visual Effects

Brian Mcmillan

Animal Trainer

Kirsten Mcmillan

Animal Trainer

Daimon Merchand

Art Assistant

Ray Miller

Associate Producer

Steve Monas

Special Thanks To

David Montgomery

Assistant Director

Charles Moore

Driver

Chris A Moore

Assistant Editor

Dave Moorman

Rerecording

Darin Moran

Photography

Maxine Morris

Makeup Assistant

David Myhr

Song

Jill Naumann

Location Manager

Matt Nicolay

Sound Mixer

Philip Norden

Assistant Editor

Mario Nunez

Art Department

Tony Olivieri

Steadicam Operator

Lisa Patton

Location Assistant

Doug Paul

Electrician

Marisa Pearl

Special Thanks To

Cory Peavler

Dolly Grip

Hector Pereira

Other

Ken Perkins

Office Assistant

Paul Perme

Props Assistant

Clark Peterson

Special Thanks To

Scott Peterson

Script Supervisor

Jenna Piccolo

Special Thanks To

Jimmy Ray Pickens

Driver

Paul Rafferty

Art Department

Eddie Reader

Song Performer

Eddie Reader

Song

Dennis Rice

Electrician

Adam Rifkin

Special Thanks To

Christopher J Roberts

Other

Dale Robinette

Photography

Oscar Rodriguez

Electrician

Phil Roy

Song Performer

Roy Ruiz

Security

Roy Ruiz

Security

Renee Sabath

Sound Editor

Scott San Gabriel

Art Assistant

Mel Ray Sandvik

Accounting Assistant

Tod Sater

Electrician

John Saviano

Special Thanks To

Joe Sawtelle

Camera Assistant

Tony Schultz

Other

David Schwimmer

Other

Jim Scot

Best Boy

Nathan Scott

Special Thanks To

Richard Scott

Other

Dan Shaner

Casting

Cynthia Shelton-droke

Special Thanks To

Andy Shuttleworth

Steadicam Operator

Jerry Sidell

Photography

Julia Sloan

Art Assistant

Sara Jane Slotnick

Costume Designer

Shari Sontag

Production Accountant

Jonathan Southard

Assistant Director

Sarah Sprawls

Production Designer

Calvin R Starnes

Grip

Leo Stefanos

Driver

Edward Steidele

Foley Artist

Peter Stevens

Driver

Art Stribley

Special Thanks To

Al Stuart

Grip

Michael Testa

Casting

Todd Thibaud

Song Performer

Todd Thibaud

Song

Pier Tiano

Music

Matt Van De Water

Set Production Assistant

John Vedder

Assistant Director

Max Vega

Special Thanks To

Jay E Vigil

Driver

Chris Walling

Camera Operator

Leon Watkins

Set Production Assistant

Kelly Way

Electrician

Bill White Acre

Music

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
2000
Distribution Company
Lionsgate
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 22m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer August 25, 2000

Expanded Release in United States September 8, 2000

Released in United States 2000

Released in United States January 2000

Released in United States June 2000

Released in United States August 2000

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 18 - June 11, 2000.

Shown at the American Film Market (AFM) 2000 February 23 - March 1, 2000.

Shown at Florida Film Festival (Opening Night) June 8-19, 2000.

Shown at Edinburgh International Film Festival (Gala) August 13-27, 2000.

Completed shooting August 13, 1999.

Began shooting July 15, 1999.

Behaviour Communications has acquired MDP Worldwide. The new company is now known as Behaviour Worldwide.

Blockbuster reportedly gave an advance against revenues of $2,00,000, in addition to $1,500,000 towards prints and advertising in order to make project more attractive to U.S. buyers.

Released in United States Summer August 25, 2000

Expanded Release in United States September 8, 2000

Released in United States 2000 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 18 - June 11, 2000.)

Released in United States 2000 (Shown at the American Film Market (AFM) 2000 February 23 - March 1, 2000.)

Released in United States January 2000 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (Premieres) January 20-30, 2000.)

Released in United States June 2000 (Shown at Florida Film Festival (Opening Night) June 8-19, 2000.)

Released in United States August 2000 (Shown at Edinburgh International Film Festival (Gala) August 13-27, 2000.)