The Browning Version


1h 37m 1994

Brief Synopsis

An unpopular English boarding school teacher's life is changed after a surprise act of kindness by a pupil.

Film Details

Also Known As
Browning Version
Release Date
1994
Distribution Company
Paramount Pictures; Paramount Home Media; Paramount Pictures; United International Pictures
Location
Dorset, Sherbourne, Southwest England, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 37m

Synopsis

An unpopular English boarding school teacher's life is changed after a surprise act of kindness by a pupil.

Crew

Steve Allaway

Carpenter

Libbie Barr

Script Supervisor

John Beard

Production Designer

Bill Beenham

Other

Bernard Bellew

Co-2nd Assistant Director

Malcolm Bensted

Standby Props

Bob Blues

Production Accountant

Alan Boyle

Makeup Artist

Derek Bryan

Driver

Peter Bryant

Dressing Props

Tricia Cameron

Makeup Artist

Clive Coote

Stills Photographer

Simon Cozens

2nd Assistant Editor

Susan D'arcy

Publicist

Gordon Davis

Assistant Accountant

Fortini Dimon

Costume Designer

Kevin Edland

Best Boy

Belinda Edwards

Production Buyer

Susie Figgis

Casting

Georgina Gardner

Driver

Mimi Polk Gitlin

Producer

Angus More Gordon

Location Manager

Tommy Gormley

Co-2nd Assistant Director

Alan Grenham

Other

Becky Harris

3rd Assistant Director

Ronald Harwood

Screenwriter

Les Healey

Assistant Editor

Ron Herschman

Electrician

John Higgins

Gaffer

Craig Hillier

Construction Manager

Samantha Hones

Production Coordinator

Mark Isham

Music

Martyn John

Assistant Art Director

David Jones

Standby Stagehand

Heather Jones

Makeup Artist

John Jordan

Other

Wendy Lilly

Other

Charles Mcginley

Other

Eddie Mcmahon

Standby Props

Nick Moore

Assistant Editor

Chris Mortley

Electrician

Chris Munro

Sound Recordist

Graham Neider

Sound Maintenance

Nik Panic

Production Runner

Brian Payne

Props Master

Julie Payne

Producer'S Assistant

Steve Payne

Props

Nick Pearson

Other

Ron Phillips

Electrician

Terence Rattigan

Play As Source Material ("The Browning Version")

Lucy Richardson

Art Director

Clive Rivers

Stagehand

Jean-francois Robin

Director Of Photography

Ron Ross

Standby Carpenter

Lesley Rouvray

Chief Makeup/Hair

Crispian Sallis

Set Dresser

Herve Schneid

Editor

Ben Scott

Assistant Art Director

Ridley Scott

Producer

Annie Stewart

Director'S Assistant

Olivia Stewart

Associate Producer

Adam Suschitzky

Other

Garth Thomas

Co-Producer

Lucinda Thomson

Art Department Assistant

Romany Turner

Casting Assistant

Ros Ward

Wardrobe Assistant

Al Watson

Other

John Watson

1st Assistant Director

Richard Weames

Carpenter

Brian West

Props Storeman

Patrick Wheatley

Wardrobe Supervisor

Pat Williamson

Wardrobe Assistant

Steve Williamson

Other

Colin Wood

Boom Operator

Severin Woxholt

Other

John D Wright

Other

Film Details

Also Known As
Browning Version
Release Date
1994
Distribution Company
Paramount Pictures; Paramount Home Media; Paramount Pictures; United International Pictures
Location
Dorset, Sherbourne, Southwest England, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 37m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Nominated for the 1994 British Academy of Film & Television Arts (BAFTA) Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.

Winner of the 1994 award for Best Actor (Albert Finney) from the Boston Society of Film Critics.

Limited Release in United States October 14, 1994

Released in United States 1994

Released in United States Fall October 12, 1994

Released in United States May 1994

Released in United States October 1994

Released in United States on Video October 3, 1995

Released in United States September 1994

Shown at Boston Film Festival September 9-22, 1994.

Shown at Cannes Film Festival (in competition) May 12-23, 1994.

Shown at Mill Valley Film Festival October 6-16, 1994.

Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival September 30 - October 16, 1994.

Terence Rattigan's play was previously filmed by Anthony Asquith (Great Britain/1951), starring Michael Redgrave, Jean Kent and Nigel Patrick.

Began shooting July 5, 1993.

Completed shooting August 21, 1993.

Released in United States 1994 (Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival September 30 - October 16, 1994.)

Released in United States May 1994 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival (in competition) May 12-23, 1994.)

Released in United States September 1994 (Shown at Boston Film Festival September 9-22, 1994.)

Released in United States October 1994 (Shown at Mill Valley Film Festival October 6-16, 1994.)

Released in United States on Video October 3, 1995

Released in United States Fall October 12, 1994

Limited Release in United States October 14, 1994