Guinevere


1h 44m 1999

Brief Synopsis

Harper Sloane is an awkward young woman who feels ill at ease in her rich and well-groomed family. When she meets and falls for much older photographer Connie, he gives her self-confidence as well as a sexual education. She discovers that he has a history of relationships with much younger women, an

Film Details

MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Drama
Romance
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Millennium Films; Miramax International; mPRm Communications
Distribution Company
MIRAMAX; MIRAMAX; Miramax Home Entertainment; Palace Films
Location
San Francisco, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 44m

Synopsis

Harper Sloane is an awkward young woman who feels ill at ease in her rich and well-groomed family. When she meets and falls for much older photographer Connie, he gives her self-confidence as well as a sexual education. She discovers that he has a history of relationships with much younger women, and that she is the latest in a long line of protegees. But the relationship is a double-edged sword for both, and both have much to gain or to lose.

Crew

Tijana Agic-gaudio

On-Set Dresser

Antonio Aguilar

Company Grip

Gene Alford

Company Driver

Herach Arzounian

Medic

Corey Askins

Transportation Coordinator

Christophe Beck

Music Composer

Michael Becker

Wardrobe Assistant (San Francisco)

Martha Bell

Company Driver

William A Benedict

Transportation Captain

Danielle Berman

Set Decorator

Tarabu Betseral

Audrey Well'S Driver

Joe Bodle

Company Driver

Beau Bonneau

Extras Casting (San Francisco)

Jamie Boyce

Swing Gang

John Brace

Casting Director (San Francisco)

Tod Braton

Assistant Production Coordinator (San Francisco)

Troy Bridenstine

Company Driver

Maxine Brooks

Other

Joe Brown

Other

Michael Brown

Art Department Intern

Ronnie Brown

Electrician

Dean Campbell

Best Boy Grip

Ramsey Campbell

Other

Moussie Chalfant

Design Assistant

Jeff Cockerell

Swing Gang

Tani Cohen

Line Producer

Jacquie Contreras

Assistant Accountant

Corky Cronin

Set Production Assistant

Boaz Davidson

Executive Producer

Christopher Davis

Swing Gang

Colleen Davis

Assistant Production Coordinator

Tony Deale

Grip

Jason Debari

Art Department Coordinator

Darrin Denlinger

Storyboard Artist

Danny Dimbort

Executive Producer

Dody Dorn

Editor

Maurizio Dotto

Camera Operator

Jorjee Douglas

Assistant Make-Up

Jorjee Douglass

Makeup Assistant

Charles E Dowell

Set Production Assistant

Gilbert Elam

Electrician

Joe Emanuelle

Other

Kai Ephron

Location Consultant

Robert Esau

Other

Jerry Eubanks

Best Boy (Special Effects Unit)

Randi Feldman

Script Supervisor

Tom Ferraiulo

Set Dresser (San Francisco)

Scott Ferry

Other

Brian Fitzgerald

Legal Services (Barab Kline & Coate)

Beau Flynn

Executive Producer

Troy Flynn

Company Driver

Peggy Forcellini

Assistant Make-Up/Hair (San Francisco)

Reagan Foreman

Casting Assistant (San Francisco)

Rachel Foyt

Office Assistant

Rachel Foyt

Assistant Location Manager

Jason E Frankel

Legal Services (Barab Kline & Coate)

James Fregia

Office Assistant

Glenn Gaines

Sound Mixer

Leslie Garvin

2nd Assistant Director

Todd Gilbert

Post-Production Supervisor

Richard Gill

Driver

Bruno Goerge

Special Effects Consultant (Special Effects Unit)

Roy Granada

Best Boy

Fabrice Grandin

Office Assistant

Mike Grant

Assistant Editor

Michael Grieco

Assistant Location Manager

Camila Griggs

Set Production Assistant

Molly Grundman

Set Extra Costumer

Ed Gutentag

Assistant Director

Sid Hajdu

Dolly Grip

Coleman L. Hart

Company Grip

Tim Hedgecock

Electrician

Dean Hendler

Video Assist (Special Effects Unit)

Jan Heynecker

Key Grip (San Francisco)

Heidi Higginbotham

Wardrobe Supervisor

Zoe Hopkins

Other

Stacy M. Horn

Set Costumer

Mike Hruska

Scenic Artist

Annie Imhoff

Production Coordinator

Brook Johnson

Best Boy Grip (San Francisco)

Gilbert Johnson

Swing (San Francisco)

Tom Judt

Craft Service (San Francisco)

Kathryn Kagan

Location Manager

Don Kasich

Company Driver (San Francisco)

Jonathan King

Producer

Jim Laclair

1st Assistant Director

Rick Larson

Other

Fernando Lau

Construction Consultant

Anne Lee

Other

Esther Lee

Fabric Construction

Shirley Lerche

Charge Scenic Artist

Avi Lerner

Executive Producer

Krishna Levitt

Craft Service

Andrew Lin

Stephen Rea'S Driver

Sandy Louis

Assistant Location Manager (San Francisco)

Linda Lowy

Casting Director (San Francisco)

Sophie Luxmoore

Set Production Assistant

Brady Majors

Dolly Grip; Dolly Grip (Special Effects Unit)

Matt Marks

Set/Office Production Assistant (San Francisco)

Mary Mathaisell

Production Coordinator (San Francisco)

Stephen Mccabe

Production Designer

Jennifer Mccarthy

Assistant Make-Up

Richard Mcdermott

Company Driver (San Francisco)

Will Mcgarry

Still Photographer

Melissa Mcnees

Swing Gang

Bennie Mcrae

Boom Operator

Paul Meiss

Best Boy Electric (San Francisco)

Martin Roy Mervel

Other

Charles Minsky

Director Of Photography

Lissa Murphy

Set Production Assistant

David H Neale

Electrician (Special Effects Unit)

Peter Nielsen

Assistant Cook

Sonya Nimri

Costume Intern

Jeffrey M. O'brien

Property Master

Dennis O'connell

Honeywagon Driver

Benjamin Ormand

2nd Assistant Camera (2nd Unit)

Theresa Ortiz

Hair Stylist

Jay Ostrowski

Key Set Production Assistant

Vince Palomino

Key Grip

Jennifer Perkins

Gaffer

Jonathan Persky

Assistant Location Manager

Kevin Peterson

Best Boy

Stefanie Pleet

Location Manager (San Francisco)

Mark Pogachefsky

Publicity (Mprm)

Johnny Radzik

Best Boy Grip

Johnny Radzik

Key Grip (Special Effects Unit)

Lou Ramos

Gaffer (Special Effects Unit)

Mark Redmond

Office Assistant (San Francisco)

Cloy Richards

Production Accountant

Sabrine Rodems

Other

Natalie Roth-corti

Swing (San Francisco)

David Roumbos

Other

Patrick Russo

Swing Gang

Scott Salter

Medic (San Francisco)

Jorge Sanchez

1st Assistant Camera (2nd Unit)

Marini Sartin-jayo

Costume Intern

Chuck Schuman

Director Of Photography

Steven Sfetku

2nd Assistant Director (Special Effects Unit)

Chris B. Shaw

Rigging Gaffer

David Shippy

Grip (San Francisco)

Trevor Short

Executive Producer

Chuck Shuman

Director Of Photography (Special Effects Unit)

Stefan Simchowitz

Executive Producer

Greg Smith

Steadicam Operator

Alex Sola

Company Driver (San Francisco)

Peter Speakman

Assistant (To Brad Weston)

Sandy Stabton

Grip (San Francisco)

Lorraine Stewart

Other

Todd Story

Company Driver

Carol A Strong

Key Makeup Artist

Dave Sullivan

Medic (San Francisco)

Shannon Summers

Company Grip

Lori Jean Swanson

Makeup/Hair (For Gina Gershon)

Elaine Thomas

2nd Assistant Camera

Gary Thomas

Other

Tony Thomas

Company Grip

John Thompson

Executive Producer

Genevieve Tyrrell

Costume Designer

Foster Vick

Swing Gang

Lisa Vijitchanton

Assistant (To Gina Gershon)

Ron Volpe

Company Driver

Chris Vorsberg

Swing (San Francisco)

Chris Waisanen

Electrician (Special Effects Unit)

Debe Waismann

Extras Casting (Los Angeles)

Adam Walderman

1st Assistant Camera

Jeff Wallace

Assistant (To Jonathan King)

Rachel Walls

Electrician

Brian Walsh

Swing Gang

Andrew M. Ward

Second 2nd Assistant Director

Bob Weinstein

Executive Producer

Harvey Weinstein

Executive Producer

Audrey Wells

Screenwriter

Brad Weston

Producer

David Wolfson

On-Set Dresser

Keith Wood

Assistant Property Master

Eex Allen Worthy

Best Boy Grip (Special Effects Unit)

Rex Allen Worthy

Company Grip

Dan Yates

Swing Gang

James Young

Company Driver

Laura Zuniga

Art Department Intern

Film Details

MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Drama
Romance
Release Date
1999
Production Company
Millennium Films; Miramax International; mPRm Communications
Distribution Company
MIRAMAX; MIRAMAX; Miramax Home Entertainment; Palace Films
Location
San Francisco, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 44m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Co-winner of the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award (Audrey Wells) at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival.

Released in United States Fall September 24, 1999

Expanded Release in United States October 1, 1999

Released in United States on Video March 14, 2000

Released in United States January 1999

Released in United States July 1999

Shown at Moscow International Film Festival (in competition) July 19-29, 1999.

Feature directorial debut for screenwriter Audrey Wells whose most noted work includes "The Truth About Cats and Dogs" (USA/1996).

Completed shooting July 28, 1998.

Began shooting June 22, 1998.

Released in United States Fall September 24, 1999

Expanded Release in United States October 1, 1999

Released in United States on Video March 14, 2000

Released in United States January 1999 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (in competition) in Park City, Utah January 21-31, 1999.)

Released in United States July 1999 (Shown at Moscow International Film Festival (in competition) July 19-29, 1999.)