The Navigator


1h 32m 1988

Brief Synopsis

A young boy living in New Zealand in 1348 dreams of a futuristic city. With his brother and other followers, he travels to present day New Zealand.

Film Details

Also Known As
Navigator, Navigator: A Medieval Odyssey, The, Navigator: An Odyssey Across Time
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Production Company
Completion Bond Company Inc; Illusion Arts, Inc.; Opticals & Graphics; Soundfirm
Distribution Company
Art Filmes; Movies; Recorded Releasing Company
Location
New Zealand

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 32m

Synopsis

A young boy living in New Zealand in 1348 dreams of a futuristic city. With his brother and other followers, he travels to present day New Zealand.

Crew

Laurence Aberhart

Stills (Special)

Steve Agnew

Stunt Man

Steve Agnew

Stunts

Phillip Anderton

Assistant Director Trainee

Bruce Armitage

Other

Robert Astley

Props Maker

Robert Astley

Art Direction 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)

Phil Attenbrooke

Welder

Russell Baldwin

Other

Michael Baxter-lax

Stunt Man

Michael Baxter-lax

Stunts

Mike Becroft

Art Director

Greg Bell

Additional Dialogue Editor

Shaun Bell

Special Effects

Diane Blomfield

Camera Assistant

Alun Bollinger

Assistance

Danny Boreham

Runner

Pauline Bowkett

Wardrobe Assistant

Karl Bradley

Stunts

Karl Bradley

Stunt Man

John Brockie

Construction

Robert Bruce

Other

Steve Burgess

Foley

Arthur Cambridge

Film Grader

Ben Campbell

Generator Operator

Brian Campbell

Production Assistant

Russell Campbell

Assistance

Sally Campbell

Production Designer

Jill Carlyle

Props (Standby)

Alison Carter

Research

Julius Chan

Other

Geoff Chapple

Screenwriter

Stephen Charters

Stunt Man

Stephen Charters

Stunts

Peter Clements

Assistance

Brian D Coleman

Stunt Man

Brian D Coleman

Horse Trainer

Brian D Coleman

Stunts

Paul Coleman

Stunts

Paul Coleman

Stunt Man

Paul Coleman

Wrangler

Shelley Coleman

Stunts

Shelley Coleman

Stunt Man

Miriam Cortes

Negative Cutter

Meryl Cronin

Assistance

Malcolm Cross

Camera Assistant

Malcolm Cross

Pyrotechnic Assistant

Cynthia Crosse

Assistance

Clair Crowther

Voice Tutor

Bob Culinane

Stunt Man

Bob Culinane

Stunts

Ed Curlett

Catering Staff

Katharine Curtis

Production Assistant

Maya Dalziel

Other

Piers Davies

Assistance

Carl Dawson

Other

Nick Delamore

Other

David Des Baux

Camera Operator Trainee

Janine Dickins

Production Accountant

Peter Done

Other

Brendon Durey

Stunt Man

Brendon Durey

Stunts

Ken Durey

Pyrotechnics

Syd Dutton

Assistance

Lynda Fairbairn

Research (Medieval)

David Foreman

Special Effects

Nicholas Foreman

Special Effects

Karl Fourdrinier

Storyboard Artist

Murray Francis

Production Supervisor

Michael Frankel

Other

Terry Fraser

Key Grip

Joshua Frizzell

Other

Louise Fry

Stunts

Louise Fry

Stunt Man

Susan Gadsby

Other

Liz Goldfinch

Dialogue Editor

Paul Grinder

Location Manager

Allen Guilford

Camera Operator

Allen Guilford

Director Of Photography 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)

Caroline Guise

Caterer

Roger Guise

Props Buyer

Christine Haebler

3rd Assistant Director

Godfrey Hall

Production Manager

Marjory Hamlin

Makeup

Gary Hannam

Executive Producer

Gary Hannam

Co-Producer

Allen Hardy

Catering Staff

Miro Harre

Other

Brian Harris

Mechanical Effects

Shane Hopkins

Other

Roy Hopkis

Carpenter (Standby)

Daniel Hori

Other

Sharon Howard-field

Casting (United Kingdom)

Nigel Humphreys

Stunt Man

Nigel Humphreys

Stunts

Bridget Ikin

Assistance

Glenys Jackson

Costume Designer

Karen Jackson

Assistant Editor

Phil Judd

Sound Mixer

Judith Lardner

Accounts Assistant

Timothy Lee

Stunt Man

Timothy Lee

Stunts

Timothy Lee

Stunt Coordinator

Tilly Lloyd

Runner

Gerry Long

Foley

Margaret Lovell

Co-Production Supervisor

Richard Lush

Music Mixer; Music Recording

Kely Lyons

Screenwriter

Terry Lysaght

Construction

Simon Mark-brown

Grip Assistant

Andrew Mason

Other

Alex Matagi

Other

Mark Matthews

Special Effects

John Maynard

Producer

Nick Mayo

Other

Sue Mccallum

Catering Staff

James Mccarthy

Wardrobe Assistant

Gerry Mcgillicuddy

Construction

Ian Mcloughlin

Other

Elizabeth Mcrae

Voice Tutor

Jim Millett

Special Effects

Sheryl Morris

Catering Staff

Liz Mullinar

Casting (Australia)

Russell Munro

Construction

Robyn Murphy

2nd Assistant Director

Paul Nicholas

Special Effects Supervisor

Tunja Nola

Wardrobe Assistant

Erin O'neill

Wardrobe Assistant

Chrissie Parker

Runner

Tony Parlane

Stunt Man

Tony Parlane

Stunts

Alexander Paton

Boom Operator

Brent Petrie

Stunt Man

Brent Petrie

Stunts

Ian Philip

Gaffer

Tony Piliotis

Other

John Pope

Other

David Pride

Matte Artist

Hilary Quick

Assistant (To Vincent Ward)

Linda Ray

Continuity

Dick Reade

Sound Recording

Guy Richards

Other

Ian Richter

Scenic Artist

Kevin Riley

Bestboy

Angus Robertson

Other

Diana Rowan

Casting Director

David Schubert

Laboratory Liaison

John Scott

Editor

Clare Shanks

Research (Music)

Geoffrey Short

Stills

Geoffrey Simpson

Director Of Photography

Deborah Sinton

Other

Gordon Smith

Lighting

Lee Smith

Sound Effects

Malcolm Smith

Dialogue Editor Assistant

Malcolm Smith

Assistant

Patrick Smith

Stunts

Patrick Smith

Stunt Man

Sigmund Spath

Lighting

Greg Stitt

1st Assistant Director

Marianne Stobie

Stunt Man

Marianne Stobie

Stunts

Avril Stott

Assistance

Chris Swinbanks

Other

Davood A Tabrizi

Music

Philip Taratoa

Props (Standby)

Shane Teehan

Art Department Runner

Graeme Tetley

Assistance

Karen Thomson

Other

Justin Topzand

Other

Peter Townsend

Sound Effects Editor

Andrew Turney

Props Maker

Jon Turney

Other

Nigel Tweed

Construction Manager

Kimberly Walls

Sound Effects Editor Assistant

Angela Ward

Other

Vincent Ward

Screenwriter

Noelleen Westcombe

Sound Effects Editor Assistant

Simon Wheeler

Other

Danielle Wiessner

Assistant Editor

Danielle Wiessner

Additional Dialogue Editor

Jane Wikiriwhi

Other

Julia Wilson-dickson

Consultant (Accent)

Denise Wolfson

Laboratory Liaison

Mark Woollams

Stunts

Mark Woollams

Stunt Man

Michael Worrall

Other

Michael Worrall

Matte Artist

Adrienne Wynard

Stunt Man

Adrienne Wynard

Stunts

Rhyl Yates

Dialogue Editor Assistant

Film Details

Also Known As
Navigator, Navigator: A Medieval Odyssey, The, Navigator: An Odyssey Across Time
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1988
Production Company
Completion Bond Company Inc; Illusion Arts, Inc.; Opticals & Graphics; Soundfirm
Distribution Company
Art Filmes; Movies; Recorded Releasing Company
Location
New Zealand

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 32m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Winner of the 1988 AFI Award for Best Picture.

Released in United States Summer June 28, 1989

Released in United States 1988

Released in United States August 1988

Released in United States September 1988

Released in United States November 5, 1988

Released in United States November 19, 1988

Released in United States February 1989

Released in United States April 30, 1989

Shown at Dublin Film Festival October 26-November 4, 1988.

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

Shown at Edinburgh Festival August 1988.

Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 8-17, 1988.

Shown at Greater Fort Lauderdale Film Festival November 5, 1988.

Shown at London Film Festival November 19, 1988.

Shown at Fantasporto Film Festival in Portugal February 1989.

Shown at Houston International Film Festival April 30, 1989.

Completed shooting October 1987.

Began shooting July 20, 1987.

Released in United States Summer June 28, 1989

Released in United States 1988 (Shown at Dublin Film Festival October 26-November 4, 1988.)

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

Released in United States September 1988 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals September 8-17, 1988.)

Released in United States November 5, 1988 (Shown at Greater Fort Lauderdale Film Festival November 5, 1988.)

Released in United States November 19, 1988 (Shown at London Film Festival November 19, 1988.)

Released in United States February 1989 (Shown at Fantasporto Film Festival in Portugal February 1989.)

Released in United States April 30, 1989 (Shown at Houston International Film Festival April 30, 1989.)

Released in United States August 1988 (Shown at Edinburgh Festival August 1988.)