“DARKEST HOUR”
Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Lisa Bruce, Anthony McCarten and Douglas Urbanski



Director: Joe Wright
Producers: Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Lisa Bruce, Anthony McCarten and Douglas Urbanski
Cinematography: Bruno Delbonnel
Editor: Dylan Tichenor
Composer: Valerio Bonelli
Distributor: Focus Features
Release Date: November 22, 2017
Run-time: 125 minutes


FILM SYNOPSIS: Controversial politician Winston Churchill is appointed prime minister during the early days of World War II and is faced with the momentous choice of continuing to fight or trying to parlay with Hitler. With the fall of France imminent and the possibility of a German invasion of Britain looming, Churchill knows his decision will affect the entire free world.


PREVIOUS NOMINATIONS

TIM BEVAN
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
1998 (71st) “Elizabeth” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
2007 (80th) “Atonement” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
2012 (85th) “Les Misérables” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
2014 (87th) “The Theory Of Everything” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
ERIC FELLNER
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
1998 (71st) “Elizabeth” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
2007 (80th) “Atonement” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
2008 (81st) “Frost/Nixon” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
2012 (85th) “Les Misérables” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
2014 (87th) “The Theory Of Everything” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
LISA BRUCE
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2014 (87th) “The Theory Of Everything” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
ANTHONY McCARTEN
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2014 (87th) “The Theory Of Everything” Nominated Best Picture (Producer)
Nominated Best Adapted Screenplay
DOUGLAS URBANSKI
NONE



GARY OLDMAN
“Winston Churchill”


CHARACTER SYNOPSIS: Gary Oldman portrays Winston Churchill, the new British prime minister torn between rallying his nation to fight a ferocious enemy and bowing to pressure to appease Hitler during the early days of World War II.


GARY OLDMAN
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2011 (84th) “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” Nominated Best Actor in a Leading Role



BRUNO DELBONNEL
Cinematographer


BRUNO DELBONNEL
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2001 (74th) “Amélie” Nominated Best Cinematography
2004 (77th) “A Very Long Engagement” Nominated Best Cinematography
2009 (82nd) “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” Nominated Best Cinematography
2013 (86th) “Inside Llewyn Davis” Nominated Best Cinematography



JACQUELINE DURRAN
Costume Designer


JACQUELINE DURRAN
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2005 (78th) “Pride & Prejudice” Nominated Best Costume Design
2007 (80th) “Atonement” Nominated Best Costume Design
2012 (85th) “Anna Karenina” Won Best Costume Design
2014 (87th) “Mr. Turner” Nominated Best Costume Design



KAZUHIRO TSUJI, DAVID MALINOWSKI, & LUCY SIBBICK
Makeup Artists & Hairstylist


KAZUHIRO TSUJI
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2006 (79th) “Norbit” Nominated Best Makeup
2007 (80th) “Click” Nominated Best Makeup
DAVID MALINOWSKI
NONE
LUCY SEBBICK
NONE



SARAH GREENWOOD & KATIE SPENCER
Production Designer & Set Decorator


SARAH GREENWOOD
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2005 (78th) “Pride & Prejudice” Nominated Best Art Direction
2007 (80th) “Atonement” Nominated Best Art Direction
2009 (82nd) “Sherlock Holmes” Nominated Best Art Direction
2012 (85th) “Anna Karenina” Nominated Best Production Design
KATIE SPENCER
YEAR FILM AWARD CATEGORY
2005 (78th) “Pride & Prejudice” Nominated Best Art Direction
2007 (80th) “Atonement” Nominated Best Art Direction
2009 (82nd) “Sherlock Holmes” Nominated Best Art Direction
2012 (85th) “Anna Karenina” Nominated Best Production Design



BLU-RAY

VIEWED: Friday
March 2nd, 2018

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