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Emma 2

This is the cast and crew listing for the 1996 Miramax film. You may check the full IMDB listing for the production here. It was nominated for two Oscars (actually won one), and was declared the "Best Film of the Year!" by the New York Post. For her portrayal of Emma, Gwyneth Paltrow received the Golden Satellite Award for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical in 1996. The film was first shown at the Seattle Film Festival on June 7, 1996, and was first released theatrically in New York City on August 2, 1996. The film reportedly had a budget of $6-7 million.

Emma 2 Credits

Produced by:

Haft Entertainment / Matchmaker Films / Miramax Films

Runtime:

111 minutes US, 120 minutes UK, 121 minutes Sweden

Film Length:

3359 meters

Film Negative Format (mm/video inches:)

35 mm

Cinematographic Process:

Spherical

Printed Film Format:

35 mm

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1

Distributed by:

Miramax Films

Budget:

$6m (USA)

Gross Box Office Returns:

Opening Weekend $240,649 (USA) (4 August 1996) (9 screens)
$22.201m (USA) (24 November 1996)
$22.164m (USA) (17 November 1996)
$22.109m (USA) (10 November 1996)
$22.041m (USA) (3 November 1996)
$21.931m (USA) (27 October 1996)
$21.741m (USA) (20 October 1996)
$21.429m (USA) (13 October 1996)
$20.956m (USA) (6 October 1996)
$20.307m (USA) (29 September 1996)
$19.333m (USA) (22 September 1996)
$18.004m (USA) (15 September 1996)
$15.865m (USA) (8 September 1996)
$13.465m (USA) (1 September 1996)
$9.191m (USA) (25 August 1996)
$5.288m (USA) (18 August 1996)
$1.831m (USA) (11 August 1996)
$15.6m (Non-USA)
Gross ITL 109,430,000 (Italy) (27 March 1997)
ESP 60,733,826 (Spain)
£4.405m (UK) (13 October 1996)
£402,499 (UK) (15 September 1996)

Admissions Data:

9,264 (Portugal) (20 February 1997)
99,397 (Spain)

Shooting Dates:

25 August 1995 - 14 October 1995

Release Dates:

USA 2 August 1996
UK 13 September 1996
Norway 11 October 1996
Brazil 18 October 1996
Australia 7 November 1996
Denmark 8 November 1996
Sweden 8 November 1996
Netherlands 21 November 1996
Finland 22 November 1996
Spain 4 December 1996
Poland 13 December 1996
South Africa 13 December 1996
Portugal 24 January 1997
New Zealand 27 February 1997
Switzerland 14 March 1997 (German speaking region)
Germany 10 April 1997
Japan 19 April 1997
France 28 May 1997
Argentina 14 August 1997
South Korea 2 May 1998
Hungary 21 May 1998

Directed by

Douglas McGrath

Cast:

Gwyneth Paltrow - Emma Woodhouse
Toni Collette - Harriet Smith
Alan Cumming - Rev. Elton
Jeremy Northam - Mr. Knightley
Ewan McGregor - Frank Churchill
Greta Scacchi - Mrs. Weston
Juliet Stevenson - Mrs. Elton
Polly Walker - Jane Fairfax
Sophie Thompson - Miss Bates
Phyllida Law - Mrs. Bates
James Cosmo - Mr. Weston
Denys Hawthorne - Mr. Woodhouse
Kathleen Byron - Mrs. Goddard
Edward Woodall - Mr. Martin
Brian Capron - John Knightley
Karen Westwood - Isabella
Rebecca Craig - Miss Martin
Angela Down - Mrs. Martin
John Franklyn-Robbins - Mr. Cole

Written by:

Douglas McGrath

Cinematography by:

Ian Wilson

Music by:

Rachel Portman - Winner, Academy Award for Best Musical or Comedy Score

Production Design by:

Michael Howells

Costume Design by:

Ruth Myers - Nominee, Academy Award for Best Costume Design

Film Editing by:

Lesley Walker

Produced by:

Patrick Cassavetti
Donna Gigliotti (executive)
Donna Grey (associate)
Steven Haft
Bob Weinstein (executive)
Harvey Weinstein (executive)

Other crew:

Susie Adams - chief make-up designer
Alison Begg - assistant director
Brian Blamey - footsteps editor
Jean Bourne - script supervisor
Paul Carr - re-recording mixer
Russell Channon - assistant director
Bill Darby - location manager
Tina Earnshaw - chief make-up designer
Robert Farr - re-recording mixer
Keith Grant - music recordist
Derek Holding - dialogue editor
Sue Lefton - choreographer
Jason Line - scenic artist
Joshua Meath-Baker - art director, title backgrounds
Caleb Menges - assistant director
Colin Miller - supervising sound editor
Chris Munro - sound
Davina Nicholson - assistant director
Michael O'Connor - wardrobe supervisor
Ray Potter - best boy
Sam Riley - art director
Stephen Scott - scenic artist
Mary Selway - casting
Lionel Selwyn - foley artist
Norman Smith - gaffer
David Snell - musical conductor
Jason Swanscott - foley artist
Simon Thompson - chief hair designer
Sarah Trevis - casting
Fran Triefus - production co-ordinator
Totty Whately - set decorator