The Invisible Circus


1h 32m 2001

Brief Synopsis

In 1977, 18-year-old Phoebe O'Connor retraces her older sister Faith's steps through Europe in order to uncover the motives for her sister's suicide. In the course of her travels, she inadvertently meets and falls in love with Wolf, her sister's old boyfriend who may hold the key to the mystery of h

Film Details

Also Known As
Invisible Circus
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2001
Production Company
Cineric, Inc.; Deluxe Entertainment Services Group
Distribution Company
FINE LINE/FINE LINE FEATURES; Aurum Producciones; Entertainment Film Distributors, Ltd.; Fine Line Features; New Line Home Entertainment; Nexo Digital; Primer Plano Film Group; StudioCanal; Studiocanal; Videocine; Village Roadshow Limited; Warner Bros. Pictures International
Location
Paris, France; Amsterdam, Netherlands; Cabo Estoril, Portugal; Sintra, Portugal; Lisbon, Portugal; Berlin, Germany; San Francisco, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 32m

Synopsis

In 1977, 18-year-old Phoebe O'Connor retraces her older sister Faith's steps through Europe in order to uncover the motives for her sister's suicide. In the course of her travels, she inadvertently meets and falls in love with Wolf, her sister's old boyfriend who may hold the key to the mystery of her suicide.

Crew

Alain Agostini

Location Manager

Stephen Alesch

Art Director

Andre Basso

Digital Artist (Cineric Inc-New York)

Claire Best

Production Executive

Peter Bettendorf

Sound Mixer (San Francisco)

Ariane Boris

Graphics Coordinator

Joseph Boyle

Production Supervisor (2nd Unit) (France/Portugal)

Henry Braham

Director Of Photography

Adam Brooks

Screenwriter

Adam Brooks

Writer (Adaptation)

Paul Broucek

Music Executive

Paul Broucek

Music Supervisor

Julia Chasman

Producer

Ben Cheah

Foley Editor

Laurent Chiomento

Location Manager

Kim Collins

Production Coordinator (2nd Unit) (France/Portugal)

Francois Combadiere

Casting

Jorge Costa

Assistant Director (Portuguese)

Marko Costanzo

Foley Artist

Alain Couty

Additional Special Effects

Gregoire Delage

Special Effects

Georges Demetrau

Special Effects Coordinator

Jack Deutchman

Post-Production Supervisor

Liliane Devos Conil

Scenic Artist

Cila Do Carmo

Production Manager (Portuguese Unit)

Nuno Dray

Assistant Director (Portuguese)

Matt Dunkley

Music Orchestrations/Arranger/Conductor

Jennifer Egan

Source Material (From Novel)

Jennifer Egan

Source Material (Novel)

Jesse Ehredt

Other

Karen Elliott

Music Coordinator

Jean-pierre Eychenne

Key Makeup Artist

Kasper Falkenroth

Camera Operator (Berlin)

Coralie Fargeat

Assistant Director

Dan Evans Farkas

Music Editor

Stephane Floch

Production Coordinator (2nd Unit) (France/Portugal)

Carla Fry

Executive In Charge Of Production

Sean Garnhart

Re-Recording Mixer

Jean-pascal Gaultier

Location Manager

Eugene Gearty

Sound Effects Designer

Sharon Gerhard

Assistant Director (San Francisco)

Emily Glatter

Supervising Production Coordinator

Lewis Goldstein

Sound Effects Editor

Ron Groenewood

Production Manager (Amsterdam Unit)

Christian Gruau

Key Hairstylist

Philippe Guegan

Stunt Coordinator

Claude Guymont

Unit Manager (Portuguese Unit)

Petra Haden

Song Performer ("A Long Goodbye")

Nina Henninger

Casting (San Francisco)

Woodrow Wilson Jackson Iii

Song Performer ("A Long Goodbye")

Marc Jacobs

Production Resources

Borys Jarymovych

Title Designer (Cineric Inc-New York)

Barbara Kassel

Wardrobe Supervisor (San Francisco)

Fabienne Katany

Costume Supervisor

Sara King

Executive In Charge Of Post-Production

Elizabeth Kling

Editor

Ned Kopp

Assistant Director (San Francisco Unit)

Ned Kopp

Unit Production Manager

David Kramer's Looping Group

Adr Backing Vocals

Nick Laird-clowes

Music

Nick Laird-clowes

Music Producer

George Lara

Foley Engineer

Douglas Law

Assistant Director

Alexia Lecerf

Assistant Director (2nd Unit) (France/Portuguese)

Olivia Lequimener

Hair Stylist

Etienne Levallois

Assistant Director

Skip Lievsay

Re-Recording Mixer

Skip Lievsay

Supervising Sound Editor

Marissa Littlefield

Adr Editor

Ana Louro

Set Decorator (Portuguese)

Bobby Mackston

Music Editor

Alex Matcham

Production Controller

Marie Mcferran

Production Coordinator

Ginette Mejinsky

Unit Production Manager

Todd Milner

Dialogue Editor

Robert J Mooney

Assistant Director (San Francisco)

David Morgan

Camera Operator (2nd Unit) (France/Portuguese)

David Morgan

2nd Unit Director Of Photography (2nd Unit) (France/Portuguese)

Jean-paul Mugel

Sound Mixer

Laurie Noll

Location Manager (San Francsico Unit)

Glenfield Payne

Sound Effects Editor

Jay Peck

Foley Artist

Lee Perry

Song Performer

Janos Pilenyi

Optical Effects Supervisor (Cineric Inc-New York)

Jennifer Ralston

Foley Supervisor

Jonathan Rees

Other

Ulli Reichhold

Other

Ralph Remstedt

Production Manager (Berlin Unit)

Kate Robinson

Steadicam Operator

Kate Robinson

Camera Operator

Maggie Rodford

Music Coordinator

Elisa Rodrigues

Location Manager (Portuguese Unit)

Ariel Saulog

Supervisor

Frederic Sobczak

Production Supervisor (2nd Unit) (France/Portugal)

Jeff Sommerville

Production Associate

Robin Standefer

Production Designer

Philip Stockton

Dialogue Editor

Claudine Strasser

Script Supervisor

Yo La Tengo

Song Performer ("Stay Away From Heaven" "Weather Shy")

Marcus Trani

Location Office Coordinator

Philippe Turlure

Set Decorator

Tim Van Rellim

Executive Producer

Marie-france Vassel

Makeup Artist

Tomas Voth

Art Director (San Francisco)

Nick Wechsler

Producer

Donna Zakowska

Costume Designer

Film Details

Also Known As
Invisible Circus
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2001
Production Company
Cineric, Inc.; Deluxe Entertainment Services Group
Distribution Company
FINE LINE/FINE LINE FEATURES; Aurum Producciones; Entertainment Film Distributors, Ltd.; Fine Line Features; New Line Home Entertainment; Nexo Digital; Primer Plano Film Group; StudioCanal; Studiocanal; Videocine; Village Roadshow Limited; Warner Bros. Pictures International
Location
Paris, France; Amsterdam, Netherlands; Cabo Estoril, Portugal; Sintra, Portugal; Lisbon, Portugal; Berlin, Germany; San Francisco, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 32m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Completed shooting July 15, 1999.

Addis-Wechsler and Associates has been renamed Industry Entertainment.

Wide release in United Kingdom March 9, 2001.

Limited Release in United States February 2, 2001

Released in United States Winter February 2, 2001

Released in United States January 2001 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (Premieres) in Park City, Utah January 18-28, 2001.)

Limited Release in United States February 2, 2001

Released in United States Winter February 2, 2001

Released in United States January 2001

Began shooting May 17, 1999.