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Jane Campion
(Movies & TV)
Palme d'Or
(Award)
Jan Chapman
(Movies & TV)
Quentin Tarantino
(Movies & TV)
Pulp Fiction
(Movies & TV)
Harvey Keitel
(Movies & TV)
 

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The Piano

Knowledge Identifier: $The_Piano

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The Piano

1993 New Zealand romantic drama film about a mute pianist and her daughter, set during the mid-19th century in a rainy, muddy frontier backwater on the west coast of New Zealand add

Category: Movies & TV

Launched in 1974.

Countries: (23%), United States (15%), France (15%)

Main connections: Jane Campion, Palme d'Or, Jan Chapman

Linked to: Lions Gate Entertainment, Miramax, Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 1993, Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards 1993

 

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1974

Paquin, who at the time was 11 years old, is the second youngest Oscar winner ever in a competitive category, after Tatum O'Neal, who won Supporting Actress in 1974 for "Paper Moon", at 10 add something


1992

Production on the film started in April 1992, filming began on 11 May 1992 and lasted until July of 1992, and production officially ended on 22 December 1992 add something


1993

"'The Piano"' is a 1993 New Zealand romantic drama film about a mute pianist and her daughter, set during the mid-19th century in a rainy, muddy frontier backwater on the west coast of New Zealand add something

 

Harvey Keitel - He appeared in the movie "The Piano" in 1993, and played an efficient clean-up expert Winston "The Wolf" Wolfe in Quentin Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction"

 

Anna Paquin - When "The Piano" was released in 1993 it was lauded by critics, won prizes at a number of film festivals, and eventually became a popular movie among a wide audience


 

In 1994, the film won 3 Academy awards; Best Leading Actress , Best Supporting Actress and Best Original Screenplay add something

 

In March of 1994, "The Piano" won 3 Academy awards out of 8 nominations: Best Leading Actress for Hunter, Best Supporting Actress for Paquin, and Best Original Screenplay for Campion add something

 

Russ Conway - He appeared as himself in French and Saunders' 1994 Christmas special, playing "I Like It" in their spoof of "The Piano"

 

Jan Chapman - In 1994, she was nominated for an Academy *award for "The Piano"


2000

The film is an international co-production by Australian producer Jan Chapman with the French company Ciby 2000 add something


2004

Amy Jenkins - "Funny Valentine" was optioned in 2004 by the Australian producer Jan Chapman, who produced "The Piano" and "Lantana


2013

Palme d'Or - As of 2013, Jane Campion is the only female director to have won the Palme d'Or, for "The Piano"

 

In July 2013, Campion revealed that she originally intended for the main character to drown in the sea after going overboard after her piano. add something


2014

Palme d'Or - The Piano - As of 2014, Jane Campion is the only female director to have won the Palme d'Or, for "The Piano"


2015

Palme d'Or - The Piano - As of 2015, Jane Campion is the only female director to have won the "Palme d'Or", for "The Piano"


2018

Palme d'Or - The Piano - As of 2018, Jane Campion is the only female director to have won the Palme d'Or, for her work on "The Piano"