Thirteen


1h 35m 2003

Brief Synopsis

At the edge of adolescence, Tracy is a smart straight-A student--if not a little naive. When she befriends Evie, the most popular and beautiful girl in school, Evie leads Tracy down a path of sex, drugs and self-mutilation. As Tracy transforms herself and her identity, her world becomes a boiling,

Film Details

Also Known As
13, Tretton
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2003
Distribution Company
Fox Searchlight Pictures
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 35m

Synopsis

At the edge of adolescence, Tracy is a smart straight-A student--if not a little naive. When she befriends Evie, the most popular and beautiful girl in school, Evie leads Tracy down a path of sex, drugs and self-mutilation. As Tracy transforms herself and her identity, her world becomes a boiling, emotional cauldron fueled by new tensions between her and her mother--as well as, teachers and old friends.

Crew

Craig Adams

Song

Male Baby Alexander

Song Performer

Male Baby Alexander

Song

Phillip Ali

Painter

Mary Jane Amato

Accounting Assistant

Lou Barlow

Song

Chris Barnes

Scenic Artist

Art Bartels

Key Grip

Eddie Baytos

Song

Eddie Baytos

Song Performer

Java Benson

Song Performer

Java Benson

Song

Elizabeth Berg

Song

Tim Bevan

Executive Producer

Cecile Blaser

Stand-In

Geoffrey Booth

Assistant

Shawn Booth

Post-Production

Chuck Borden

Stunt Coordinator

Damin Bordenave

Song

Roddy Bottum

Song

Lance Brown

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Orlando Brown

Music Lyrics

Orlando Brown

Song Performer

Carly Brullo-niles

Props Assistant

Kim Bullard

Song

Susan Burig

Main Title Design

Dolly Bush

Wardrobe Assistant

Greg Byrne

On-Set Dresser

Ted Caloroso

Assistant Camera

Alessandra Carlino

Assistant Editor

Mark Carter

Song

Bob Casale

Music Engineer

Agustin Cerezo

Song

Carlos Chairez

Song

Liza Chasin

Executive Producer

Jennifer Coleman

Production Coordinator

Brion Condon

Boom Operator

Adam Cook

Props Assistant

Lavant Coppock

Music Engineer

Lavant Coppock

Music

Eric Craig

Song

Andre Crawford

Assistant Camera

Michael Craz

Sound Engineer

Kelly Cummins

Props Assistant

Ami Cuneo

Editorial Assistant

Elliot Davis

Dp/Cinematographer

Elliot Davis

Director Of Photography

Sonya Didenko

Stand-In

Jed M Dodge

Sound Editor

Annette Ducharme

Song

Charles Duckworth

Song Performer

Charles Duckworth

Song

Jason R Dudek

Assistant Director

Greg Dunigan

Production Coordinator

Evan Edelist

Visual Effects Producer

John Enroth

Music Engineer

Cindy Evans

Costume Designer

Brian Feeney

Set Production Assistant

Eric Fellner

Executive Producer

Scott Ferguson

Consultant

Julia E Ferrell

On-Set Dresser

John Fields

Song

Jakki Fink

Casting

Amy Fitzer

Consultant

J Aloysius Flanagan Iii

Sound Recordist

Alex Flemming

Painter

Anne Marie Fox

Photography

Mike Fox

Adr Mixer

Paulette Fox

Painter

Inessa Freylekhman

Casting Assistant

Dustin Fruge

Loader

Frank Gaeta

Sound Supervisor

Frank Gaeta

Sound Design

Wally Gagel

Music Scoring Mixer

Wally Gagel

Music Producer

Wally Gagel

Song

Wally Gagel

Score Recording

Cynthia Gates Fujikawa

Production Accountant

Beau J Genot

Post-Production Supervisor

Yulia Gershenzon

Costumer

Bryan Gilbert

Grip

Shani Ginsberg

Casting

Phyllis Ginter

Foley Artist

Juan Gongora

Song

Canada Gordon

Associate Producer

Marilyn Graf

Foley Mixer

Claudia Gray

Consultant

Tameron Greene

Editorial Assistant

Mark Griffin

Song

Ray Guillory

Boom Operator

Ben Hardwicke

Assistant

Catherine Hardwicke

Screenplay

Bryan Hayes

Grip

Richard Henderson

Music Editor

Alex Hernandez

Visual Effects

Steven Hodge

Visual Effects

Sam Hollander

Song

Melissa Hook

Set Production Assistant

Takeo Hori

Production

Holly Hunter

Executive Producer

Peter James

Location Manager

Kirk Johnson

Song

Trent Johnson

Colorist

Barry Jones

Painter

John B Josselyn

Art Director

Julio Juarez

Software Engineer

Jenn Kao

Editorial Assistant

Uri Katoni

Editing

Chris Kutcka

Digital Effects Supervisor

Anne Laoparadonchai

Assistant Costume Designer

Kim T Le

Assistant Production Coordinator

Susan Leber

Production

Jennifer Lee

Editing

Kevin Leffler

Office Production Assistant

Karl Leiker

Song

Zeno Levy

Assistant

Jeffrey Levy-hinte

Producer

Michael London

Producer

Judy Lovell

Makeup

Joaquin Lozano

Song

Francesco Luparello

Art Department

Dan Magat

Best Boy Electric

Derek Marcil

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Rosemary Marks-carr

Coproducer

Patrick Martens

Boom Operator

Rogers Masson

Adr

Erik Christian Mcdonald

Electrician

Natasha Mcmillan

Set Production Assistant

John Melick

Assistant Director

Andy Mentzer

Painter

Tom Merkle

Song

Tracey Merkle

Script Supervisor

Richie Metcalfe

Grip

Jennifer Hilton Monroe

Assistant

Steve Morantz

Sound Mixer

Mark Mothersbaugh

Song Performer

Mark Mothersbaugh

Song

Mark Mothersbaugh

Music Producer

Mark Mothersbaugh

Music Composer

Jamie Muhoberac

Song

Nizar Najm

Electrician

Eric Naughton

Sound

Craig Ng

Foley Artist

Cynthia Nibler

Property Master

Dayton Nietert

Gaffer

Michael A Nordenstrom

Transportation Captain

Michelle Norrell

Music Supervisor

John O'rourke

Assistant Director

Dorit Oberman

Set Decorator

Ariel Oclarino

Software Engineer

Ryan Olivieri

Costumer

Beth Ostermann

Visual Effects Producer

Lala Paloopers

Sound

Lynn Perko

Song

Liz Phair

Song Performer

Liz Phair

Song

Chris Philp

Adr Mixer

Russell Pollard

Song

Nikki Reed

Screenplay

Nancy Richardson

Editor

Deedra Ricketts

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Carmen Rizzo

Song

Carmen Rizzo

Song Performer

Adam Robinson

Location Assistant

Katy Rose

Song

Katy Rose

Song Performer

Amy Rosen

Music Supervisor

Dana Ross

Consultant

Honore Sato

Instructor

Dave Schommer

Song

Hilary Schroeder

Associate Editor

Will Schwartz

Song

Christina Sibul

Associate Producer

Mary Jane Skalski

Production

Ron Small

Sound Design

Erik Soderstrom

On-Set Dresser

Susan Solari

Stand-In

Kinnie Starr

Song Performer

Kinnie Starr

Song

Jone Stebbins

Song

Michael M Steffen

Grip

Kara Stephens

Steadicam Operator

Kara Stephens

Camera Operator

Shawn Stern

Music Lyrics

Peter Sternlicht

Visual Effects Producer

Carol Strober

Production Designer

Sandy Summers

Painter

David Tarver

Song

Alex D Thompson

Painter

Mike Tosti

Software Engineer

Laine Trzinski

Hair

Dennis Twitty

Sound Editor

Bruce Vanderveer

Song

Christina Verano

Extras Casting Assistant

Natasha Von Lemke

Set Production Assistant

Alden Wallace

Art Assistant

Alden Wallace

Art Department

Trevor Ward

Consultant

Steve Weiss

Sound Mixer

Beth Wernick

Sound

Film Details

Also Known As
13, Tretton
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2003
Distribution Company
Fox Searchlight Pictures
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 35m

Award Nominations

Best Supporting Actress

2003
Holly Hunter

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Co-winner of the 2003 Silver Leopard award at Locarno International Film Festival.

Winner of Best Director (Dramatic Competition) at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival.

Limited Release in United States August 20, 2003

Released in United States Summer August 20, 2003

Released in United States on Video January 27, 2004

Released in United States January 2003

Released in United States August 2003

Shown at Locarno International Film Festival August 6-16, 2003.

Screenwriting debut for Nikki Reed, who began writing the screenplay at age thirteen.

Feature directorial debut for production designer Catherine Hardwicke.

Fox Searchlight acquired worldwide rights (excluding the U.K.) for a reported $2 million at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival.

Project underwent digital intermediate mastering, a post-production process that allows filmmakers to scan film digitally, frame by frame, then manipulate and enhance color, adjust contrast, reduce or intensify film grain and blow up to 35mm for theatrical release.

Limited Release in United States August 20, 2003

Released in United States Summer August 20, 2003

Released in United States on Video January 27, 2004

Released in United States January 2003 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (Dramatic Competition) January 16-26, 2003.)

Nominated for the 2004 Screen Actor's Guild (SAG) award for Best Actress (Evan Rachel Wood).

Nominated for the 2004 Screen Actor's Guild (SAG) award for Best Supporting Actress (Holly Hunter).

Released in United States August 2003 (Shown at Locarno International Film Festival August 6-16, 2003.)