Marie Antoinette


2h 3m 2006

Brief Synopsis

When betrothed to King Louis XVI, the naïve and beautiful, Austrian-born Marie Antoinette enters the opulent French court, which is steeped in conspiracy and scandal. Without guidance, adrift in a dangerous world, the young girl rebels against the isolated atmosphere of Versailles and becomes France

Film Details

Also Known As
Marie-Antoinette
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2006
Production Company
Dennis Reiff; Marc Parazon; Ross Miller
Distribution Company
SONY PICTURES RELEASING/SONY PICTURES RELEASING INTERNATIONAL
Location
Paris, France

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 3m

Synopsis

When betrothed to King Louis XVI, the naïve and beautiful, Austrian-born Marie Antoinette enters the opulent French court, which is steeped in conspiracy and scandal. Without guidance, adrift in a dangerous world, the young girl rebels against the isolated atmosphere of Versailles and becomes France's most misunderstood monarch. Stripped of her riches and finery, imprisoned, and ultimately beheaded by her own subjects, the Queen of France became a toxic symbol for the wanton extravagance of the 18th century monarchy that incited the French Revolution.

Crew

Lance Acord

Director Of Photography

Barbara Adducci

Wardrobe

Tony Adrid

Other

Dave Allen

Song

Ségolène Amice

Production Secretary

Ange Amiel

Assistant

Bertrand Amiel

Assistant

Stéphanie Arnaud

Set Decorator

Matthew Ashman

Song

James Ashwill

Foley Mixer

Francoise Attal-roth

Costumer

Jacques Aucomte

Assistant Set Decorator

Marion Audier

Other

Fatima Azakkour

Seamstress Supervisor

Laurence Azouvy

Makeup Artist

Steven Bailey

Song

Susan Ballion

Song

Dave Barbarossa

Song

Alain Barbaut

Location Assistant

Loïc Barnier

Set Costumer

Kk Barrett

Production Designer

Christophe Bassoulet

Electrician

Michel Battaggia

Wardrobe Assistant

Jérôme Baudoin

Best Boy Electric

Dider Bautz

Plasterer

Benoît Bechet

Art Department

Benoît Bechet

Models

Richard Beggs

Music Editor

Richard Beggs

Sound Designer

Richard Beggs

Supervising Sound Editor

Richard Beggs

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Philippe Béhar

Construction

Lilith Bekmezian

Illustrator

Eric Benard

Transportation

Philippe Benard

Transportation

Fred Berger

Assistant

Rachel Berger

Casting Assistant

Richard Berkeley

Driver

Anne Berlizon

Set Decorator

Michel Bernelon

Other

Bert Berns

Song

Morgan Berthon

Assistant

Mathieu Beutter

Art Department

Pénélope Bischoff

Transportation

Steve Bissinger

Sound Editor

Stéphane Blanc

Other

Jean-marie Blondel

Sound

Rube Bloom

Song

Leslie Bodot

Craft Service

Veronique Boitout

Hairdresser

Tatiana Bouchain

Art Department Coordinator

Myriem Boucher

Seamstress Supervisor

Yann Le Boucher

Assistant

Liliana Bouladoux

Hair

Antoinette Boulat

Casting

Pascale Bouquiere

Makeup Artist

Arnaud Boussac

Wardrobe

Thierry Boutemy

Other

Marie Boye

Wardrobe Assistant

Marie Bramsen

Craft Service

David Brones

Assistant

Johanna Bronner

Costumer

Thomas Broyon

Construction

Francesca Brunori

Assistant Costume Designer

Hugo Burnham

Song

Eva Z. Cabrera

Script Supervisor

Marie-sylvie Caillierez

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Milena Canonero

Costume Designer

Bruno Canzani

Other

Maria Luisa Capobasso

Other

Lorena Carlier

Seamstress Supervisor

Julian Casablancas

Song

Frédéric Castelnau

Set Production Assistant

Francoise Chapuis-asselin

Makeup Artist

Jacques Charles-gaffiot

Advisor

Estelle Chatenoud

Set Production Assistant

Sandrine Chatron

Instructor

Laurianne Chenel

Hair

Emilie Cherpitel

Assistant Director

Jérémie Chevret

Assistant

Christophe Cheysson

Assistant Director

William Christie

Music

Tranquillo Cimenti

Construction

Pippa Cleator

Other

William Clement

Construction

Pierre Cluzel

Carpenter

David A. Cohen

Sound Editor

Isabelle Cohen-jonathan

Wardrobe Assistant

Bernard Coispel

Carpenter

Stephanie Colin

Hair Assistant

Claude Colliot

Art Department

Michel Conche

Property Master

Liliane De Vos Conil

Other

Aurélie Conti

Wardrobe Assistant

Francis Ford Coppola

Executive Producer

Laurent Coppola

Transportation

Roman Coppola

Unit Director

Sofia Coppola

Screenplay

Sofia Coppola

Producer

Raphaël Cornillon

Hairdresser

Desideria Corridoni

Hair Stylist

Luca Antone Crepelle

Driver

Francine Crolbois

Other

Howard Crook

Instructor

John Cucci

Foley Artist

Joelle Cugny

Craft Service

Ian Curtis

Song

Florie Dachaud

Wardrobe Assistant

Jean Dalmasso

Gang Boss

Céline Delaire

Wardrobe Assistant

François-louis Delfolie

Costumer

Arnaud Denis

Art Department

Séverine Depye

Other

Delphine Desbrueres

Assistant Camera

Delphine Desbrueres

Camera

Marie Desforge

Construction

Richard Detroit

Construction

Corinne Devaux

Choreographer

Hubert Devinck

Special Effects Assistant

Didier Diaz

Swing

Pierre-louis Dietschy

Art Department

Thierry Doerflinger

Plasterer

Aurélie Dolbeau

Wardrobe Assistant

Anne Dolet

Art Department

Alain Dominiecki

Production Accountant

Robert Dona

Best Boy Grip

Fabrice Doux

Art Department

Pierre Du Boisberranger

Art Director

Richard Duaric

Foley Mixer

Bruno Dubet

Key Grip

Hué Lan Van Duc

Makeup

Johan Duncanson

Song

Jean Benoit Dunckel

Song

Jean Benoit Dunckel

Song Performer

Philippe Durand

Carpenter

Eleanor Elliott

Hairdresser

Valerie Espagne

Casting

Mimsy Farmer

Art Department

Pascal Fasola

Other

Patrice Fasola

Other

Robert Feldman

Song

Jonathan Ferrantelli

Post-Production Supervisor

John Finn

Production Accountant

Sarah Flack

Editor

Antoine Fontaine

Scenic Artist

Thierry Fonteny

Grip

Philippe Le Forestier

Production Assistant

Jerome Fortier

Carpenter

Olivier Fortin

Assistant Camera

Alexandre Francois

Driver

Antonia Fraser

Source Material

Ivan Fritz

Sound

Aleth Galen

Art Department

Eric Gallet

Best Boy Grip

Simon Gallup

Song

Vincent Gandon

Set Costumer

Séverine Garnier

Seamstress Supervisor

Claudie Gastine

Assistant Costume Designer

Thierry Gatien

Other

Janet Gaynor

Assistant Editor

Eric Gazille

Scenic Artist

Didier Genest

Caterer

Gilles Geraud

Dresser

Odile Gilbert

Hair

Andrew Gill

Song

Alexis Giraudeau

Wardrobe

Dan Gleich

Sound Effects

Lorraine Glynn

Hairdresser

Stuart Goddard

Song

Nicolas Godin

Song

Jean-patrick Godry

Costumer

Jerry Goldstein

Song

Leigh Gorman

Song

Richard Gottehrer

Song

Jean-emmanuel Graine

Assistant Director

Callum Greene

Unit Production Manager

Callum Greene

Coproducer

Jennifer Gribbon

Other

Heather Gross

Sound Editor

Jean-louise Grousset

Caterer

Alain Guénier

Construction

Mathieu Guéraçague

Hairdresser

Cédric Guerby

Electrician

Denis Guilhem

Sound

Cyril Guillaumin

Transportation

Sandrine Guilleux

Extras Casting Assistant

Madjid Hamaoui

Carpenter

Ecuries Hardy

Other

Frederic Hardy

Other

Yvan Hart

Plasterer

Matthew Hartman

Assistant Sound Editor

Frederic Hauss

Loader

Pete Hayes

Production Accountant

Stephanie Hayman

Casting

Susan Hebert

Assistant

Mathieu Hennion

Costumer

Cyril Henry

Production Assistant

Mo Henry

Negative Cutter

Soizic Hervé

Set Decorator

Annabelle Hettmann

Stand-In

Film Details

Also Known As
Marie-Antoinette
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2006
Production Company
Dennis Reiff; Marc Parazon; Ross Miller
Distribution Company
SONY PICTURES RELEASING/SONY PICTURES RELEASING INTERNATIONAL
Location
Paris, France

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 3m

Award Wins

Best Costume Design

2006

Best Costume Design

2007
Milena Canonero

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Winner of the 2006 award for Best Art Direction by the Washington DC Area Film Critics Association (WAFCA).

Winner of the French National Education Prize at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival.

Released in United States 2006

Released in United States Fall October 20, 2006

Released in United States on Video February 13, 2007

Shown at New York Film Festival September 29-October 15, 2006.

Released in United States 2006 (Shown at New York Film Festival September 29-October 15, 2006.)

Released in United States on Video February 13, 2007

Released in United States Fall October 20, 2006

Based on the biography "Marie Antoinette: The Journey" written by Antonia Fraser; published by Anchor November 12, 2002.