The Moderns


2h 6m 1988

Brief Synopsis

A stylized look at 1920s Paris.

Film Details

Also Known As
Moderns
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Comedy
Drama
Romance
Release Date
1988
Distribution Company
Alive Films/New Yorker Films
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 6m

Synopsis

A stylized look at 1920s Paris.

Crew

Claire Alary

Other

Joan Alexander

Assistant Editor

Dyan Allaire

Casting Associate

Robert Altman

Assistant

George Antheil

Music

Renee April

Costume Designer

Karl Archambault

Transportation Coordinator

Josephine Baker

Song Performer

Michael Barsimanto

Music

Michel Beaudet

Other

Sidney Bechet

Song Performer

Katherine Becker

Sound Editor

Jack Beder

Art Department

Celine Belzil

Art Department

Stuart Besser

Associate Producer

David Blocker

Producer

Andre Boisvert

Other

Michel Bolduc

Production Assistant

Peter Borowsky

Other

Sylvie Bouchard

Art Department

Fernand Boudrias

Other

Lucie Bouliane

Unit Manager Assistant

Lucienne Boyer

Song Performer

Sylvie Boyer

Art Assistant

Jon Bradshaw

Screenplay

E Brianion

Art Department

Scott Brock

Editor

Serge Bureau

Property Master

Ghitta Caiserman

Art Department

Keith Carradine

Art Department

Yves Charbonneau

Special Effects

Marc Charlebois

Electrician

Chard Chenier

Art Department

Daniel Chretien

Gaffer

Sylvie Clement

Production Assistant

Sorel Cohen

Liaison

Stuart Copley

Sound Editor

Stanley Cosgrove

Art Department

Charlelie Couture

Song Performer

Charlelie Couture

Other

Charlelie Couture

Song

Shelly Creditor

Assistant

Marie-gislaine Cretier

Assistant Director

Johanne Cullen

Other

Ginette D'amico

Casting

Hugo Daine

Art Department

Mario Davignon

Dresser

Carole Demers

Camera Trainee

Jean-jacques Desjardins

Stand-In

Michael Devine

Assistant Art Director

Edzand Dietz

Art Department

Charlotte Dix

Craft Service

Pam Dixon Mickelson

Casting

Dody Dorn

Sound Editor

Attila Dory

Photography

Peter Dowker

Other

Gracie Dubee

Art Department

Roger Dufresne

Photography

Julia Dunn

Production Coordinator

Dolores Duquette

Stand-In

Bruce Emo

Art Department

R Erickson

Song Performer

Jean-pierre Fauteux

Production Assistant

Arnold Finkelstein

Sound Editor

Michele Forest

On-Set Dresser

Harriet Freifield

Art Department

Ferd Gadzala

Art Department

Ferd Gadzala

Other

Giselle Garneau

Wardrobe Assistant

Francois Gascon

Swing Gang

Alain Giguere

Other

Pascal Girard

Art Department

Deborah Glovin

Researcher

Jacques Godbout

Special Effects Coordinator

Joe Goossen

Assistant

Shep Gordon

Executive Producer

B Green

Song

Jean-marie Guay

Props

Robert Guertin

Assistant Camera Operator

Ginette Guillard

Location Scout

Rene Guillard

Electrician

Marie-christine Guillemette

Art Department

Denis Hamel

Props

Joanne Harwood

Script Supervisor

Manal Hassib

Gaffer

John M Hay

Costumes

Greg Hayden

Apprentice

Madeleine Henrie

Assistant Director

John Hoeren

Sound Editor

Larry Hoki

Sound

Tom Hopkins

Art Department

Mark Isham

Music

Mark Isham

Song

Mrs. Montague Israel

Other

Robert C Jackson

Sound Mixer

Manon Joly

Hair Assistant

Jennifer Jonas

Location Manager

Ronald Judkins

Sound Mixer

M Kaohane

Art Department

Judith Katz

Art Department

Nietzchka Keene

Projectionist

Jan Kiesser

Photography

Astrid Koch

Art Department Coordinator

Stephen Krause

Other

Peter Krausz

Art Department

Toyomichi Kurita

Director Of Photography

Jean Labrecque

Props Buyer

Clod Lacoursiere

Production Assistant

Jean Lalonde

Driver

Stephan Lamarche

Art Department

Htlfne Lamarre

Other

Marie-andree Lamoureux

Sound Mixer

Sophie Langtot

Art Department

Ann-marie Lapierre

Art Department

Pierre-guy Lapointe

Art Department

Marie-christine Lavoie

Production Coordinator

Jean-paul Ledoux

Art Department

Frederick Lefebvre

Production Assistant

Carol Lefko

Casting Associate

Luc Leflaguais

Costumes

Sydney Leger

Swing Gang

Steven Legler

Production Designer

Estelle Lemieux

Unit Manager

Jean Lenoir

Song

Emmanuel Lepine

Grip

Isabelle Letourneau

Researcher

Andrew Levine

Production Assistant

Blake Leyh

Sound Editor

Stephan Mackenzie

Swing Gang

Peter Malko

Other

Richard Mall

Dolly Grip

Edward Mann

Music

Peter Maunu

Music

Diedre Mckay

Art Department

Graham Metson

Art Department

Milton Mezzrow

Song

Serge Morache

Hairdresser

Frank Mulvey

Art Department

Dan Muscarella

Other

Andrew Nevard

Assistant Camera Operator

Brenda Newman

Art Department

Cybele O'brien

Sound Editor

Reegan O'connor

Art Department

David O'donnell

Driver

Patrick O'hearn

Music

Lindsley Parsons

Assistant

Nancy Partheniou

Production Accountant

Jeffrey Perkins

Sound Mixer

Carolyn Pfeiffer

Producer

Roger Pilon

Art Department

Lee Plotek

Art Department

Guy Plourde

Carpenter

Dan Poole

Driver

Richard Portman

Sound

Bob Pot

Stand-In

Marie Potvin

Location Scout

Bob Pritchett

Hair

Peggy Ray

Negative Cutting

Shelley Reeves

Art Department

Janice Reynolds

Researcher

Cecile Rigault

Makeup Assistant

Adriana Roach

Casting Associate

Daniel Robert

Swing Gang

Paul Robert

Art Department

Mario Roussy

Dolly Grip

Joan Rowe

Foley Artist

Alan Rudolph

Screenplay

Joyce Rudolph

Photography

Richard Ruttenberg

Other

Peter Schattman

Art Department

N Schwartz

Song Performer

Louise Scott

Art Department

Susan Scott

Art Department

Andre Sheridan

Electrician

Barbara Shrier

Production Manager

Jeff Silberman

Assistant

Mrs. Harris Silver

Other

Diane Simard

Makeup

Debra T Smith

Editor

David Stein

Visual Effects

S H Stept

Song

Jean-baptiste Tard

Set Decorator

Paul Tremblay

Grip

Jerry Trent

Foley Artist

Micheline Trepanier

Makeup

Tracy Tynan

Wardrobe

Paul Viau

Electrician

Greg Walker

Stunt Coordinator

Andre Waquant

Art Department

Linda Whittlesey

Sound Editor

Michael Williams

Assistant Director

Christine Wilson

Titles

Scott Michael Wilson

Production Consultant

Ellen Windheim

Assistant

Eileen Young

Art Department

Vladimir Zabransky

Other

Film Details

Also Known As
Moderns
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Comedy
Drama
Romance
Release Date
1988
Distribution Company
Alive Films/New Yorker Films
Location
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 6m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Spring April 15, 1988

Released in United States on Video November 30, 1988

Released in United States 1988

Released in United States September 1988

Released in United States October 1988

Released in United States November 26, 1988

Released in United States 1989

Released in United States July 1989

Shown at Montreal World Film Festival August 24-September 4, 1988.

Shown at Washington DC International Film Festival April 20- May 1, 1988.

Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 1988.

Shown at Venice Film Festival September 1988.

Shown at International Flanders Film Festival in Ghent, Belgium (competing) October 12-22, 1988.

Shown at London Film Festival November 26, 1988.

Shown at Munich Film Festival (International Program) June 24-July 2, 1989.

Shown at Moscow International Film Festival (market) July 7-18, 1989.

Completed shooting June 1987.

Began shooting April 25, 1987.

Released in United States on Video November 30, 1988

Released in United States 1988 (Shown at Montreal World Film Festival August 24-September 4, 1988.)

Released in United States 1988 (Shown at Washington DC International Film Festival April 20- May 1, 1988.)

Released in United States September 1988 (Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 1988.)

Released in United States October 1988 (Shown at International Flanders Film Festival in Ghent, Belgium (competing) October 12-22, 1988.)

Released in United States Spring April 15, 1988

Released in United States September 1988 (Shown at Venice Film Festival September 1988.)

Released in United States July 1989 (Shown at Moscow International Film Festival (market) July 7-18, 1989.)

Released in United States 1989 (Shown at Munich Film Festival (International Program) June 24-July 2, 1989.)

Released in United States November 26, 1988 (Shown at London Film Festival November 26, 1988.)