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Issue Details: First known date: 2001... 2001 Beneath Clouds
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Film Details - Autumn Films , ca. 2001

Producers:

Teresa-Jayne Hanlon (Producer)
Douglas Cummins (Executive Producer)

Production Companies:

Autumn Films
Axiom Films

Finance Organisations:

Australian Film Finance Corporation
New South Wales Film and Television Office
SBS Independent

Director of Photography:

Allan Collins

Editors:

Karen Johnson

Production Designers:

Janie Parker

Composer:

Ivan Sen
Alister Spence

Cast:

Incl. Dannielle Hall (Lena), Damian Pitt (Vaughn), Jenna Lee Connors (Ty), Simon Swan (Jimmy), Mundurra Weldon (Liam), Athol French (Kevy), Judy Duncan (Jen), Kevin Pitt (Smiley), Arthur Dignam (Old Man), Tristan Bancks (Dean), Winston Brearley (Young Constable), Roger Adam Smith (The Corn Farmer).

Release Dates:

1. Country Date Germany 8 February 2002 (Berlin International Film Festival) Australia 23 May 2002 UK 30 June 2002 (Commonwealth Film Festival) USA 17 January 2003 (Sundance Film Festival) Netherlands 24 January 2003 (International Film Festival Rotterdam) Argentina 7 March 2003 (Mar del Plata Film Festival) USA 22 March 2003 (Cleveland International Film Festival) USA 11 April 2003 (Philadelphia International Film Festival) Czech Republic 4 July 2003 (Karlovy Vary Film Festival) France 3 April 2005 (Paris Film Festival) Poland 20 July 2007 (ERA New Horizons Film Festival)
2. Released on videocassette and DVD formats in 2002 by Autumn Films.

Location:

  • Filmed on location in New South Wales, including: Blacktown, Currabubula, Gunnedah, Lithgow, Moree, Riverstone, Sydney, and Werris Creek.

Awards:

Australian Film Institute (AFI) Awards (2002) Best Cinematography - Allan Collins (winner)
Australian Film Institute (AFI) Awards (2002) Best Direction - Ivan Sen (winner)
Australian Film Institute (AFI) Awards (2002) Best Actress in a Leading Role - Dannielle Hall (nomination)
Australian Film Institute (AFI) Awards (2002) Best Film - Teresa-Jayne Hanlon (nomination)
Australian Film Institute (AFI) Awards (2002) Best Original Music Score - Alister Spence and Ivan Sen (nomination)
Berlin International Film Festival, Germany (2002) First Movie Award - Ivan Sen (winner)
Berlin International Film Festival, Germany (2002) New Talent Award - Dannielle Hall (winner)
Berlin International Film Festival, Germany (2002) Golden Berlin Bear - Ivan Sen (nomination)
Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards (2002) Best Actor, Female - Dannielle Hall Best (nomination)
Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards (2002) Best Cinematography - Allan Collins (nomination)
Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards (2002) Best Director - Ivan Sen (nomination)
Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards (2002) Best Music Score - Alister Spence and Ivan Sen (nomination)
Inside Film (IF) Awards (2002) Best Cinematography - Allan Collins (winner)
Inside Film (IF) Awards (2002) Best Direction - Ivan Sen (winner)
Inside Film (IF) Awards (2002) Best Actress - Dannielle Hall (nomination)
Inside Film (IF) Awards (2002) Best Editing - Karen Johnson (nomination)

Notes:

1. Also known as: Sous les Nuages (France).
2. 2002 videocassette and DVD releases include a study guide and production notes.

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