TwentyFourSeven


1h 36m 1997

Brief Synopsis

The rise and fall of a boxing club in the early 1990s, whose owner struggles to give meaning to the lives of local youths.

Film Details

Also Known As
24 7, 24/7, 24:7, 24:7 The Church of Alan Darcy, 24:Seven, Twenty-four:Seven
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1997
Production Company
Bbc Films; Blam; Capital Fx; Dda Public Relations; Pebbles; Prop Farm Ltd; Sales Company; Scala Productions; The Creative Partnership
Distribution Company
CINEPLEX ODEON FILMS/OCTOBER FILMS; Argus Entertainment; Arp; Atlantis Films; Bbc Worldwide; Bim Distribuzione; Cine Qua Non Productions; Cineplex Odeon Films; Cineplex Odeon Films; Cts; Dendy Films; Nurit Shani; October Films; October Films; PathT International; RCV Distribution; Rialto Films; Rosebud Sa Motion Picture Enterprises; Tobis Film; Universal Pictures Home Entertainment
Location
Nottingham, England, United Kingdom; Peaks District National Park, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 36m

Synopsis

The rise and fall of a boxing club in the early 1990s, whose owner struggles to give meaning to the lives of local youths.

Crew

Julie Ankerson

Foley Artist

Lorraine Armstrong-esther

Post-Production Coordinator

Martin Blunt

Song ("North Country Boy")

Wili Boskovsky

Music Conductor ("Blue Danube" (The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra))

Jon Brookes

Song ("North Country Boy")

Roger Brown

Additional Post-Production

Tim Buckley

Song Performer ("Look At The Fool")

Tim Buckley

Song

Timothy Burgess

Song ("North Country Boy")

Gavin Clarke

Songs ("Monkey Dead" "Crazy" "Fallen Flower")

Avi Cohen

Casting Director

Mark Collins

Song ("North Country Boy")

Robert Collins

Song ("North Country Boy")

Philip Crichton

Costume Designer

Bill Diver

Editor

Cathy Doubleday

Script Supervisor

George Faber

Executive Producer

John Fewell

Foley Artist

Paul Fraser

Screenwriter

Sally French

Line Producer

Jan Garbarek

Song Performer ("Parce Mihi Domine")

Simon Gershon

Sound Design

Simon Gershon

Dubbing Editor

Derek Groombridge

Boxing Advisor

Marc-andre Hamelin

Song Performer ("Ramble On Love")

Paul Harris

Adr Recordist

Boo Hewerdine

Music Producer

Boo Hewerdine

Music

Melinda Hovee

Publicity (Dennis Davidson Associates)

Theresa Hughes

Wardrobe Supervisor

Robert M. Jones

Unit Location Manager

Ginger Keane

Stunt Coordinator

John Paul Kelly

Production Designer

Jock Loveband

Other

Neill Maccoll

Music Producer

Neill Maccoll

Music

Gus Maclean

Assistant Director

John Markwell

Special Effects

Dave Mcgrath

Dialogue Editor

Shane Meadows

Screenwriter

Niall Moroney

Art Director

Van Morrison

Song

Van Morrison

Song Performer ("Wild Night")

Pauline Oni

Assistant Director (2nd Unit)

Nik Powell

Executive Producer

Jeremy Price

Foley Recordist

Jeremy Price

Foley Editor

Ben Rothwell

Assistant Director

Ashley Rowe

Director Of Photography

Ashley Rowe

Camera Operator

Robyn Slovo

Script Editor

Peter D Smith

Dubbing Mixer

Rosie Straker

Sound Mixer

Johann Strauss

Music ("Blue Danube")

David M. Thompson

Executive Producer

Paul Weller

Song

Paul Weller

Song Performer ("Broken Stones")

Imogen West

Producer

Nancy Willen

Publicity (Dennis Davidson Associates)

Gareth Williams

Assistant Director

Nigel Willoughby

2nd Camera Operator

Winnie Wishart

Production Coordinator

Stephen Woolley

Executive Producer

Film Details

Also Known As
24 7, 24/7, 24:7, 24:7 The Church of Alan Darcy, 24:Seven, Twenty-four:Seven
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1997
Production Company
Bbc Films; Blam; Capital Fx; Dda Public Relations; Pebbles; Prop Farm Ltd; Sales Company; Scala Productions; The Creative Partnership
Distribution Company
CINEPLEX ODEON FILMS/OCTOBER FILMS; Argus Entertainment; Arp; Atlantis Films; Bbc Worldwide; Bim Distribuzione; Cine Qua Non Productions; Cineplex Odeon Films; Cineplex Odeon Films; Cts; Dendy Films; Nurit Shani; October Films; October Films; PathT International; RCV Distribution; Rialto Films; Rosebud Sa Motion Picture Enterprises; Tobis Film; Universal Pictures Home Entertainment
Location
Nottingham, England, United Kingdom; Peaks District National Park, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 36m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Winner of the award for European Actor of the Year (Bob Hoskins) at the 1997 European Film Awards.

Winner of the Best First Feature Award and the FIPRESCI Prize at the 1997 Venice International Film Festival.

Winner of the Best Screenplay award at the 1997 Thessaloniki International Film Festival.

Released in United States Spring April 15, 1998

Limited Release in United States May 1, 1998

Released in United States on Video November 17, 1998

Released in United States 1997

Released in United States November 1997

Released in United States 1998

Released in United States January 1998

Released in United States March 1998

Released in United States October 1998

Shown at Filmfest DC in Washington, DC April 22 - May 3,

Shown at Venice International Film Festival (British Renaissance) August 27 - September 6, 1997.

Shown at London Film Festival (Gala) November 6-23, 1997.

Shown at Thessaloniki International Film Festival (in competition) in Greece November 21-30, 1997.

Shown at New Directors/New Films in New York City March 27 - April 12, 1998.

Shown at Rotterdam International Film Festival January 28 - February 8, 1998.

Shown at San Francisco International Film Festival April 23 - May 7, 1998.

Shown at Santa Barbara International Film Festival March 5-15, 1998.

Shown at Dublin Film Festival March 3-12, 1998.

Shown at Dinard Festival of British Film (in competition) in Dinard, France October 1-4, 1998.

Began shooting March 3, 1997.

Completed shooting April 8, 1997.

1998.

Released in United States Spring April 15, 1998

Limited Release in United States May 1, 1998

Released in United States on Video November 17, 1998

Released in United States 1997 (Shown at Venice International Film Festival (British Renaissance) August 27 - September 6, 1997.)

Released in United States November 1997 (Shown at London Film Festival (Gala) November 6-23, 1997.)

Released in United States November 1997 (Shown at Thessaloniki International Film Festival (in competition) in Greece November 21-30, 1997.)

Released in United States March 1998 (Shown at Dublin Film Festival March 3-12, 1998.)

Released in United States October 1998 (Shown at Dinard Festival of British Film (in competition) in Dinard, France October 1-4, 1998.)

Released in United States 1998 (Shown at San Francisco International Film Festival April 23 - May 7, 1998.)

Released in United States 1998 (Shown at Rotterdam International Film Festival January 28 - February 8, 1998.)

Released in United States 1998 (Shown at New Directors/New Films in New York City March 27 - April 12, 1998.)

Released in United States March 1998 (Shown at Santa Barbara International Film Festival March 5-15, 1998.)

Released in United States January 1998 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (World Cinema) in Park City, Utah January 15-25, 1998.)