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Tom White (film)

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Tom White
Tom White (film).jpg
Directed byAlkinos Tsilimidos
Produced byDaniel Scharf
Written byDaniel Keene
StarringColin Friels,
Rachael Blake,
Dan Spielman,
Loene Carmen
Music byPaul Kelly & the Boon Companions
Distributed byCinemavault Releasing
Release date
19 August 2004 (2004-08-19) (Australia)
Running time
106 minutes
CountryAustralia
LanguageEnglish

Tom White is a 2004 film directed by Alkinos Tsilimidos. The film was released in Australian cinemas on 19 August 2004 and played until 1 September 2004. The film premiered on 31 July 2004 at the Melbourne International Film Festival. It was also screened at the Cannes Film Market on 13 May 2004; the Pusan International Film Festival (South Korea) on 10 October 2004; Australian Film Festival (Singapore) on 11 March 2005; the Commonwealth Film Festival (United Kingdom) on 4 May 2005 and at the Saint-Tropez Festival of the Antipodes (France) on 20 October 2005.[1] The film was scored by Paul Kelly and the Boon Companions: Dan Kelly, Dan Luscombe, Peter Luscombe and Bill MacDonald.[2]

Plot

Tom White (Colin Friels) is an architect who chooses to make himself homeless. Outwardly, he has all the signs of a successful life—large home, loving family, successful career. However, it soon becomes clear that not everything is as it appears at work. Tom consciously takes a different path and cuts ties with his normal life. He has chosen the streets, where those he meets, in spite of their position, have enormous self-dignity—the rent boy (Dan Spielman), an ex-junkie (Loene Carmen), a gentle-but-manly tramp (Bill Hunter) and a 14-year-old graffiti artist (Jarryd Jinks). Tom goes on a personal journey of his own as he plumbs outsider society, yet he discovers his own dignity and gains an understanding of who he is.

Cast

Actor Role
Colin Friels Tom White
Rachael Blake Helen White
Dan Spielman Matt
Loene Carmen Christine
David Field Phil
Bill Hunter Malcolm
Jarryd Jinks Jet
Angela Punch McGregor Irene
Kevin Harrington Neil

Reception

Tom White received mixed critical reviews. The first weekend of release, Tom White was number 20 on the Australian Box office with an intake of A$56,219 (total $147, 495).[3]

Awards

  • Winner - Golden Tripod, Australian Cinematographers Society - 2004
  • Winner - Inside Film (IF) Awards - Best Actor - Australia, 2004[4]
  • Winner - 3 Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards - Best Actor, Best Editing, Best Original Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor - Australia, 2004[5]
  • Nominated – 13 Australian Film Institute (AFI) Awards including Best Film, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Cinematography - Australia, 2004[4]
  • Nominated – 5 Inside Film (IF) Awards including Best Film, Best Actress, Best Cinematography, Best Script - Australia, 2004
  • Nominated – 6 Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards including Best Film, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress - Australia, 2004[5]

Box office

Tom White grossed $277,234 at the box office in Australia.[6]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Box Office". Urban Cinefile. Retrieved 8 December 2008. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ "Tom White (2004)". Australian Screen Online. National Film and Sound Archive. Retrieved 29 March 2010. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ "Tom White: Box Office Figures". Murdoch University. Retrieved 8 December 2008. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ^ a b "6th Annual AFI Awards". Inside Film Awards. Retrieved 8 December 2008. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  5. ^ a b "2004 FCCA Awards". Screen Australia. Archived from the original on 19 July 2005. Retrieved 8 December 2008. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  6. ^ Film Victoria - Australian Films at the Australian Box Office

External links

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