Longtime Companion


1h 36m 1989

Brief Synopsis

AIDS takes its toll on a group of affluent white male homosexual friends in New York City over a ten year period.

Film Details

Also Known As
Long Time Companion, Meu Querido Companheiro, Un Compagnon de longue date, compagnon de longue date
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1989
Distribution Company
Samuel Goldwyn Company
Location
New York City, New York, USA; Long Island, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 36m

Synopsis

AIDS takes its toll on a group of affluent white male homosexual friends in New York City over a ten year period.

Crew

Lisa Alkofer

Craft Service

Scott Alpert

Production Assistant

Ruth Ammon

Art Director

Tracy Atkinson

Production Assistant

William Baraket

Extras Casting Assistant

Roni Ben-nevat

Set Production Assistant

Kent Blocher

Assistant Editor

Holly Bower

Photography

Margot Bridger

Assistant

Matt Bucy

Production Assistant

Laurie H Buehler

Wardrobe Supervisor

Ariane Burgess

On-Set Dresser

James Collier

On-Set Dresser

Kate Conklin

Set Decorator

Alison Cornyn

On-Set Dresser

Paul Cote

Sound Mixer

Joe Dal Corso

Hairdresser

Randy Danson

Dialogue Coach

Greg De Belles

Music

Philip Devonshire

Gaffer

John Dods

Consultant

John J Dowdell

Film To Tape Transfer

John Duffy

Script Supervisor

Adine Duron

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Matt Ebert

On-Set Dresser

Karen Eisenstadt

Production Auditor

Nancy Friedman-gitlin

Assistant Set Decorator

Nathan Gendzier

Assistant Location Manager

Gina Genova

Production Coordinator

Stuart Goldstein

Apprentice

Dolly Hall

Assistant Director

Robert Hallenbake

Production Assistant

J Mark Harrington

On-Set Dresser

Natalie Hart

Casting

Lauren Helpern

Art Assistant

Erin Hennessey

Costumes

Pedro Hernandez

Grip

Walker Hicklin

Costume Designer

Patrick Higgins

Other

Margie Howard

Assistant

Alyson Hui

Wardrobe Assistant

Noga Isackson

Assistant Director

Andrew Jackness

Production Designer

Anthony Jannelli

Director Of Photography

Ray Karpicki

Dialogue Editor

Neil L Kaufman

Adr Editor

Paul Kramer

On-Set Dresser

Jason La Padura

Casting

Audrey E Lamb

Wardrobe

Martin Lasowitz

Property Master

Lindsay Law

Executive Producer

Leticia Lee

Set Production Assistant

Shira Levin

Production Assistant

Lana Lin

Art Assistant

Tommy Louie

Boom Operator

Craig Lucas

Screenplay

Richard Ludwig

Grip

Bruce Maccallum

Assistant Camera Operator

Andy Marcus

Editor

Rick Marroquin

Grip

Pater Marzulli

Other

Maura Mckeown

Production Assistant

Howard Mcmaster

Assistant Director

Timothy S Melester

Medic

John Joseph Minardi

Grip

Carlos Moore

Production Assistant

Jo Nguyen

Assistant Production Coordinator

Tom O'halloran

Assistant Camera Operator

Louis Perez

Production Assistant

Lydia Pilcher

Production Manager

Lydia Pilcher

Coproducer

Lyn Pinezich

Location Scout

Nina Port

Makeup

Larold Rebhun

Other

Kelly Reichardt

Props Assistant

Stephen Rodner

Production

Cecilia Roque

Unit Production Manager

Susan Rosenthal

Art Assistant

Katherine Ruppe

Camera Assistant

Ira Sachs

Assistant

Victoria Schatz

Production Assistant

Greg Sheldon

Sound Editor

Michael Shore

Assistant Sound Editor

Eve M Silvester

Unit Manager

Blake Simpson

Production Assistant

Paul P Soucek

Sound Effects Editor

Meredith Soupios

Makeup

Gabor Szitanyi

Photography

William J Taylor

Key Grip

Michael Vasquez

Driver

Lia Vollack

Music Supervisor

Lauren Waldren

Art Assistant

Andrew Watts

Art Assistant

Katherine Wenning

Editor

Stanley J. Wlodkowski

Producer

Mel Zelniker

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Film Details

Also Known As
Long Time Companion, Meu Querido Companheiro, Un Compagnon de longue date, compagnon de longue date
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1989
Distribution Company
Samuel Goldwyn Company
Location
New York City, New York, USA; Long Island, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 36m

Award Wins

Best Supporting Actor

1990
Bruce Davison

Award Nominations

Best Supporting Actor

1990
Bruce Davison

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Spring May 11, 1990

Released in United States May 18, 1990

Re-released in United States March 8, 1991

Released in United States on Video December 26, 1990

Released in United States October 1989

Released in United States October 11, 1989

Released in United States 1990

Released in United States January 1990

Released in United States May 19, 1990

Released in United States August 1990

Released in United States September 22, 1990

Released in United States April 1994

Released in United States 2014

Shown at Independent Feature Film Market (IFFM) in New York City October 4-13, 1989.

Shown at Mill Valley Film Festival October 11, 1989.

Shown at Deauville Film Festival August 31 - September 9, 1990.

Shown at United States Film Festival in Park City, Utah January 20-28, 1990.

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 19, 1990.

Shown at Edinburgh International Film Festival August 11-26, 1990.

Shown at Museum of Modern Art, New York City in the series "American Playhouse Ten Years of Independent Filmmaking" September 22, 1990.

Shown at Frankfurt Lesbian & Gay Film Festival April 13-17, 1994.

Feature directorial debut for theatrical director Norman Rene.

Feature screenwriting debut for playwright Craig Lucas.

Broadcast over PBS on "American Playhouse" September 29, 1991.

Began shooting May 1, 1989.

Completed shooting June 12, 1989.

The title refers to the euphemism used in the New York Times obituaries to denote the lovers of gay AIDS victims. Over 50% of the net receipts will go to three AIDS organizations. Designated thus far is the Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC).

Campbell Scott is the son of George C. Scott and Colleen Dewhurst.

Released in United States Spring May 11, 1990

Released in United States May 18, 1990 (Los Angeles)

Re-released in United States March 8, 1991 (Los Angeles)

Released in United States on Video December 26, 1990

Released in United States October 1989 (Shown at Independent Feature Film Market (IFFM) in New York City October 4-13, 1989.)

Released in United States October 11, 1989 (Shown at Mill Valley Film Festival October 11, 1989.)

Released in United States 1990 (Shown at Deauville Film Festival August 31 - September 9, 1990.)

Released in United States January 1990 (Shown at United States Film Festival in Park City, Utah January 20-28, 1990.)

Released in United States May 19, 1990 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 19, 1990.)

Released in United States September 22, 1990 (Shown at Museum of Modern Art, New York City in the series "American Playhouse Ten Years of Independent Filmmaking" September 22, 1990.)

Released in United States April 1994 (Shown at Frankfurt Lesbian & Gay Film Festival April 13-17, 1994.)

Released in United States 2014 (Legacy Project)

Released in United States August 1990 (Shown at Edinburgh International Film Festival August 11-26, 1990.)

Bruce Davison was named best supporting actor of 1990 by the New York Film Critics Circle.