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Case Study 2

Case Study 2



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    • About time By Megan Sellar About Time is a British romantic film revolving around time travel where a young man tries to change his past to have a better future. The film was written and directed by Richard Curtis and was released in the United Kingdom on 4th September 2013 and in the United States on 1 November 2013.
    • Production company: Working Title Films and Translux Directed and written by Richard Curtis Casting by Fiona Weir About Time is very similar to the film ‘Time Travellers Wife’ Production Filming Locations: Notting Hill, Paddington Station, Whitehouse Apartments, and Cornwall.All set in England. Edited by Mark Day Cinematography: John Guleserian Nationality: English Produced by Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner and Nicky Kentish Barnes Music by Nick Laird-Clowes Running time – 123 minutes Just contains raw footage
    • Rachel McAdams - Mary Domhnall Gleeson - Tim Lake Cast Members Bill Nighy - Tim’s Dad
    • The full list of cast members: • Tom Hughes - Jimmy Kinkade • Domhnall Gleeson - Tim Lake • Rachel McAdams - Mary • Bill Nighy - Tim's Father • Lindsay Duncan - Tim's Mother • Tom Hollander - Harry • Margot Robbie - Charlotte • Lydia Wilson - Kit Kat • Vanessa Kirby - Joanna • Joshua McGuire - Rory • Richard Cordery - Uncle D. • Will Merrick - Jay • Clemmie Dugdale - Ginger Jenny • Harry Hadden-Paton - Rupert • Mitchell Mullen - Mary's Father, Fitz • Lisa Eichhorn - Mary's Mother, Jean • Jenny Rainsford - Polly • Natasha Powell - Aunty May • Mark Healy - Dans Le Noir Maitre D' • Ben Benson - Theatre Deserter • Philip Voss - Theatre Judge • Tom Godwin - Prompter • Pal Aron - Bhattie QC • Catherine Steadman - Tina • Andrew Martin Yates - Wedding Priest Verity Fullerton - Posy (Newborn) Veronica Owings - Posy (1 Year) Olivia Konten - Posy (2 1/2-3 Years) Sarah Heller - Posy (5 Years) Jaiden Dervish - Boy Posy Jacob Francis - Jeff (Newborn) Jago Freud - Jeff (5 Months) Ollie Phillips - Jeff (2 Years) Sophie Pond - Jo (6 Months) Sophie Brown - Jo (1 Year) Molly Seymour - Trudy (Party Guest) Matilda Sturridge - Flirty Girl Tom Stourton - John Rebecca Chew - Pret A Manger Server Jon West - Court Clerk Graham Richard Howgego - Judge Kerrie Liane Studholme - Jury Foreman Ken Hazeldine - Defendant Barbar Gough - Jazz Singer Jon Boden - Busker Charlie Curtis - Young Tim
    • Soundtracks Distributed by Universal Studios Distribution Budget: $12 million Ben Folds – "The Luckiest" Paul Buchanan – "Mid Air" Groove Armada – "At the River" The Cure – "Friday I'm in Love" Amy Winehouse – "Back to Black" Ron Sexsmith – "Gold in Them Hills" Nick Laird-Clowes – "The About Time Theme" Nick Cave – "Into My Arms" Jimmy Fontana – "Il Mondo" The Killers – "Mr. Brightside" Sugababes – "Push the Button" Ellie Goulding – "How Long Will I Love You?" The trailer contains the song "Lakehouse" by Of Monsters and Men. Release pattern: The film’s premiere was in London on the 8th August 2013. It was later released in the UK on the 4th September 2013. The DVD was released earlier this year on the 3rd February 2014.
    • Marketing and promotion
    • About Time Facebook page About Time Twitter page The film About Time has it’s own page on the official Universal Studios Entertainment website
    • Trailer • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OIFdWk83no This is the official film trailer for About Time. The trailer involves different clips from various different scenes of the film. The purpose of the trailer is to engage readers and make them want to see more
    • The film made $1,076,250 (USA) on the opening weekend and made £1,761,079 in the UK On the opening weekend in the US, the film was shown on 175 Screens whereas in the UK it was shown on 556 Screens Box office figures: $87,100,449 Shown in 1,280 theatres Exhibition The film was rated 7.8/10 by the film website imbd.com Target audience: The film was primarily targeted towards women over the age of 18
    • Reviews ‘After dominating the landscape of British middle-of-the-road romcoms, Notting Hill and Four Weddings writer Richard Curtis returns with just his third film as director. Fortunately, About Time is more coherent and less stick-your-fingers-down-your-throat than either of its predecessors, Love Actually or The Boat That Rocked. Yes, it’s a romance, but one that feels a little more soulful.’ Total Film ‘In the end, it's a charmer. For those of you who have liked Curtis' previous rom-coms, come along for a lovely joyride...’ Elias Savanda ‘Brilliantly written and well directed by Curtis (this is his third film behind the camera), "About Time" is just another jewel in his crown as the reigning romantic comedy king.’ Michael Smith ‘About Time is a solid tale about love, loss, and family with great performances - that leans on a compelling but sometimes problematic time-travel premise.’ Ben Kendrick