The Last Winter


1h 49m 1989

Brief Synopsis

A young boy, traumatized by his family's sudden move from their farm into the city, brings to imaginary life the white stallion which mysteriously disappeared when his grandfather was himself a child.

Film Details

Also Known As
Last Winter
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1989
Production Company
Arri Group; Films Effects; Motion Picture Guarantors; National Film Board Of Canada; Ps Production Services; TTlTfilm Canada
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Location
Lenore, Manitoba, Canada; Virden, Manitoba, Canada; Oak Lake, Manitoba, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 49m

Synopsis

A young boy, traumatized by his family's sudden move from their farm into the city, brings to imaginary life the white stallion which mysteriously disappeared when his grandfather was himself a child.

Crew

David Appleby

Foley Mixer

Rob Barrow

Stills

Nelson Benkendorf

Assistance

Eldie Benson

Generator Operator

Michael A Benson

1st Assistant 2nd Unit Director (2nd Unit), 2nd Assistant Director

Neila Benson

2nd Assistant Editor

Tim Bewcyk

2nd Assistant Camera 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)

Connie Bortnick

Location Manager

Connie Bortnick

Unit Production Manager

Roger Bowden

Honeywagon Driver

Lyle Brown

Wrangler Assistant

Lyle Brown

Stunts

Jon Cassar

Steadicam Operator

Gary Childs

Wescam Aerial Photography

Ane Christenson

Set Decorator

Gwen Clarke

Office Assistant

Ken Clarke

Driver

Jack Clements

Producer

Nat King Cole

Song Performer ("Smile")

Terri Cosens

Production Assistant

Victor Davies

Music

Jim Devlieger

Driver

John Dillon

Grip Assistant

Michael Drabot

Electrician

Tom Durnan

Bestboy

Olaf Dux

Construction Coordinator

Russ Dyck

Sound Editor Assistant

Russ Dyck

Adr Editor

Jackie Dzuba

Sound Editor Assistant Trainee

Jackie Dzuba

Stills

Ian Elkin

Director Of Photography

Lyn Fefchak

Other

Cyndi Forcand

Other

Marie Fournier

Production Manager Assistant

Mark Gebel

Props

Perri Gorrara

Production Designer

Catherine Green

Set Dresser

Holly Gregory

1st Assistant Camera 2nd Unit (2nd Unit), 2nd Assistant Camera

Joe Hanwood

Head Wrangler

Joe Hanwood

Stunts

Jack Hardy

2nd Assistant Director

Ken Hart-swain

Set Designer

Tracy Janssens

Production Assistant

Elizabeth Janzen

Production Coordinator (Winnipeg)

Uwe Johnas

Carpenter

Aaron Kim Johnston

Screenwriter

Peter Kelly

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Ryan Kulbaba

Driver

Phyllis Laing

Production Accountant

Harvey Larocque

Camera Operator

Peter Laroque

Electrician

Pearl Louie

Key Makeup

Roy Love

Driver

Jennifer Luypaert-o'rourke

Production Accountant Assistant

Joe Macdonald

Co-Producer

Andy Malcolm

Foley Artist

Paul Massey

Sound Rerecording Mixer

Ken Massina

Driver

Lara Mazur

Editor

David Mcaree

1st Assistant Director

Irma Mcdougall

Other

Michael Mcmurray

Gaffer

Louise Middleton

Lead Set Dresser

Steve Miller

Helicopter Pilot

Bill Mills

2nd Grip

Greg Morley

Grip Assistant

Vickie Mowchun

Property Master

Laura Neufeld

Other

Gary Nichols

Other

David Niven

1st Assistant Camera

Richard O'brien-moran

2nd Assistant 2nd Unit Director (2nd Unit), 3rd Assistant Director

Shaunna O'brien-moran

Production Coordinator

Ricardo Olivero

Color Timer

Lesley Oswald

Script Supervisor

Nancy Panikiw

Art Direction

Haywood Parrot

Music Recording Mixer

Charlotte Penner

Wardrobe Mistress

Clive Perry

Sound Editor

Clive Perry

Sound Designer

Dan Purdy

Special Effects Coordinator

Susan Risk

Assistant Editor Trainee

Ken Rodeck

Producer

Ken Rodeck

Sound Editor Supervisor

Steven Rosenberg

Titles

Ted Ross

Special Effects Coordinator

Debra Rurak

Dialogue Editor

Ellen Rutter

Location Manager Assistant

Vienna Sanipass

Makeup Assistant

Peggy Sarge

Casting (Winnipeg/Virden)

Tim Sauder

Key Grip

Allan Scarth

Boom Operator

Kirk Scherger

Production Assistant

Len Schlichting

Scenic Artist

Tom Schneider

Other

Sharon Singer

Supervisor

Rick Skene

Stunt Consultant

Martha Snetsinger

Costume Designer

Rita Steinmann

Hairstyles

Anne Tait

Casting

Laura Tetreault

Wardrobe

Catherine Thexton

Assistance

Ernie Thiessen

Carpenter

John J Thomson

Sound Mixer

Gloria Thorsteinson

Assistant Editor

Adrienne Weinberg

Production Coordinator

Carol Wenaus

Dialogue Editor

Glynis Whiting

Story Editor

Wanda Wilson

Wardrobe Assistant

Erika Wolff

Negative Cutter

Ches Yetman

Co-Producer

Jennifer Young

Publicist Assistant

Maureen Young-howarth

Craft Services

Charles Zamaria

Production Manager

Charles Zamaria

Line Producer

Film Details

Also Known As
Last Winter
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1989
Production Company
Arri Group; Films Effects; Motion Picture Guarantors; National Film Board Of Canada; Ps Production Services; TTlTfilm Canada
Distribution Company
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Location
Lenore, Manitoba, Canada; Virden, Manitoba, Canada; Oak Lake, Manitoba, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 49m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video October 17, 1995

Released in United States October 1989

Released in United States January 1990

Released in United States July 24, 1990

Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival October 12 & 13, 1989.

Shown at Palm Springs International Film Festival January 10-14, 1990.

Shown at Goodwill Film Festival, Seattle July 24, 1990.

Released in United States on Video October 17, 1995

Released in United States October 1989 (Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival October 12 & 13, 1989.)

Released in United States January 1990 (Shown at Palm Springs International Film Festival January 10-14, 1990.)

Released in United States July 24, 1990 (Shown at Goodwill Film Festival, Seattle July 24, 1990.)