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by Danny Boyle


In a picaresque tale worthy of a Henry Fielding novel, this Tom Jones is Jamal, a poor, bright-eyed youth mischievously getting in and out of scrapes with his even more rambunctious older brother, Salim. In a horrifying turn of events, the two youngsters' lives change in front of their eyes when their mother is viciously killed during a riot. Alone, they turn to the streets, becoming “slumdogs.” A ray of sunshine comes into their lives when they befriend another orphan, the feisty young girl Latika, and soon the three are inseparable. Adventure follows as the trio learns to survive the cutthroat life of contemporary India – but at least they have each other. Or do they?

international title: Slumdog Millionaire
original title: Slumdog Millionaire
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Pathé Pictures International
year: 2008
genre: fiction
directed by: Danny Boyle
film run: 120'
release date: IT 05/12/2008, GB 09/01/2009, BE 14/01/2009, FR 14/01/2009, NO 23/01/2009, IS 30/01/2009, NL 12/02/2009, ES 13/02/2009, PL 27/02/2009, HR 12/03/2009, FI 12/03/2009, DE 19/03/2009
screenplay: Simon Beaufoy
cast: Dev Patel, Freida Pinto, Madhur Mittal, Anil Kapoor, Irrfan Khan
cinematography by: Anthony Dod Mantle
film editing: Chris Dickens
music: A.R. Rahman
producer: Christian Colson
production: Celador Productions, Warner Bros Entertainment United Kingdom, Film4
distributor: Lucky Red, Pathé Distribution, Cinéart, SF Norge AS, Cinéart Netherlands B.V., Filmax, Nos Lusomundo Audiovisuais, SF Film Finland Oy, Prokino Filmverleih Gmbh


main awards/selection

Oscars 2009 Best Motion Picture
Best Achievements in Directing
Best Music Written for Motion Pictures
Best Score and Original Song
Best Film Editing
Best Sound Mixing
Best Cinematography
Best Writing and Adapted Screenplay
European Film Awards 2009 Carlo Di Palma European Cinematographer Award:
Anthony Dod
People's Choise - Best European Film
Golden Globes 2009 Best Motion Picture
Best Director
Best Screenplay
Best Original Score
BAFTAs 2009 Best Film
Best Director
Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Music
Best Cinematography
Best Editing
Best Sound
Toronto International Film Festival 2008 People's Choice Award

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