Girl with a Pearl Earring (film)

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Girl with a Pearl Earring (film)

2003 drama film directed by Peter Webber add

Category: Movies & TV (402)

Launched in 1999.

Countries: United Kingdom (55%), United States (27%), France (9%)

Main connections: Anna Popplewell, Scarlett Johansson, Telluride Film Festival

Linked to: Intermedia, BBC, Guardian Media Group, Telegraph Media Group

 

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2001

In September 2001, however, Hudson pulled out four weeks before filming began, officially due to "creative differences" add something


2002

After Firth, Webber's next casting decision was Tom Wilkinson as the patron Pieter van Ruijven, who was hired in late 2002 add something

 

It resulted in the withdrawal of Mike Newell as director and Ralph Fiennes as Vermeer; Fiennes left the project to work on his 2002 film "Maid in Manhattan" add something


2003

"'Girl with a Pearl Earring"' is a 2003 drama film directed by Peter Webber add something

 

Judy Parfitt - In 2003, she played the scheming mother-in-law of Johannes Vermeer alongside Colin Firth in "Girl with a Pearl Earring"

 

"Girl With a Pearl Earring"s world premiere occurred at the Telluride Film Festival on 31 August 2003 add something


2004

The soundtrack was released in 2004; it earned a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score, helping increase Desplat's name recognition in Hollywood add something

 

Lions Gate slowly increased its release to a peak of 402 cinemas by 6 February 2004 add something

 

In the US, the "Girl With a Pearl Earring" DVD was released on 4 May 2004 by Lions Gate add something

 

The Region 2 DVD's release on 31 May 2004 included audio commentaries from Webber, Paterson, Hetreed, and Chevalier; a featurette on "The Art of Filmmaking"; and eight deleted scenes add something


2005

Alexandre Desplat - Prior to these break-out works, he contributed scores for "The Luzhin Defence", "Girl with a Pearl Earring", "Syriana", "Birth", "Hostage", "Casanova", "The Nest" and "The Painted Veil", for which he won the Golden Globe *award for Best Original Score, Los Angeles Film Critics Association *award for Best Music, and the 2006 World Soundtrack *award