|Directed by||Michael McGowan|
|Written by||Michael McGowan|
|Edited by||Roderick Deogrades|
|Distributed by||Mongrel Media
Cinema Management Group (International Sales Agent)
|Running time||102 minutes|
Still Mine is a 2013 Canadian romantic drama film. Under the title Still, the film had a limited release at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival; it had a general release on May 3, 2013. Written and directed by Michael McGowan and based on a true story, the film stars James Cromwell as Craig Morrison, a farmer in rural St. Martins, New Brunswick who battles a government bureaucrat (Jonathan Potts) for the right to build a new house for his ailing wife Irene (Geneviève Bujold) when their existing home no longer suits her health needs.
- James Cromwell - Craig Morrison
- Geneviève Bujold - Irene Morrison
- Chuck Shamata - Judge
- Ronan Rees - Gavin
- Julie Stewart - Ruth
- Rick Roberts - John
- George R. Robertson - Chester Jones
- Hawksley Workman - Gus
- Joe Pingue - Food Terminal Employee
- Jonathan Potts - Rick Daigle
- Zachary Bennett - Jeff Leblanc
- Barbara Gordon - Margaret Jones
- Campbell Scott - Gary Fulton
The film garnered seven nominations at the 1st Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor (Cromwell), Best Actress (Bujold), Best Original Screenplay (McGowan), Best Cinematography (Brendan Steacy), Best Editing (Roderick Deogrades) and Best Original Score (Hugh Marsh, Don Rooke and Michelle Willis). Cromwell won the award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role.
- Still at the Toronto International Film Festival.
- Still Mine. Tribute.
- Neil Reynolds, 'All I wanted to do is build a house', The Globe and Mail, November 15, 2010.
- "Canadian Screen Awards nominees: From Kim Nguyen’s Rebelle to Xavier Dolan’s Laurence Anyways". The Gazette, January 15, 2013.
- "CMG swoops on international sales rights to Still". Screen Daily. Retrieved 18 September 2012.
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