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TIDELAND

by Terry Gilliam

synopsis

Welcome to the world of Jeliza-Rose. What has brought Jeliza-Rose from Los Angeles to a rural Texan farmhouse? And why is her former rockabilly guitarist father not talking to her anymore? And who is making all that noise in the attic? Jeliza-Rose drifts from the harsh reality of her childhood and escapes into the fantasies of her own active imagination. This is a fantasy world to rival all others; here fireflies have names, bog-men awaken at dusk, monster sharks swim down railroad tracks, and disembodied Barbie heads share her adventures.

international title: Tideland
original title: Tideland
country: United Kingdom, Canada
sales agent: HanWay Films
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Terry Gilliam
film run: 122'
release date: FR 28/06/2006
screenplay: Terry Gilliam, Tony Grisoni, Mitch Cullin (Book)
cast: Jodelle Ferland, Jeff Bridges, Jennifer Tilly, Janet McTeer, Brendan Fletcher
cinematography by: Nicola Pecorini
film editing: Lesley Walker
art director: Jasna Stefanovic, Anastasia Masaro, Sara McCudden
costumes designer: Mario Davignon
music: Mychael Danna, Jeff Danna
producer: Jeremy Thomas, Gabriella Martinelli, Paul Brett
production: Recorded Picture Company, Capri Films (CA) Telefim Canada, Foresight Film, Astral Media, The Harold Greenberg Fund, The Movie Network
distributor: Bac Films, A-Film Distribution, Budapest Film, Hollywood Classic Entertainment, Pathé Films AG, Officine UBU, ART FEST Film Distribution, LNK audiovisuais S.A., Monolith Films, Myndform ehf., Odeon