Long Day's Journey into Night (1996 film)
|Long Day's Journey into Night|
|Directed by||David Wellington|
|Produced by||Daniel Iron & Niv Fichman|
|Music by||Ron Sures|
|Edited by||Susan Shipton|
Long Day's Journey into Night is a film by Canadian director David Wellington, released in 1996. An adaptation of Eugene O'Neill's play Long Day's Journey into Night, the film starred William Hutt as James, Martha Henry as Mary, Peter Donaldson as Jamie, Tom McCamus as Edmund and Martha Burns as Cathleen.
The film swept the acting awards at the 17th Genie Awards, winning awards for Hutt as Best Actor, Henry as Best Actress, Donaldson as Best Supporting Actor and Burns as Best Supporting Actress. McCamus was also nominated for Best Actor, losing to Hutt. It was named Best Canadian Feature Film at the Toronto International Film Festival.
- Long Day's Journey into Night at the Toronto International Film Festival's Canadian Film Encyclopedia.
- "Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey into Night" on PBS-TV's "Great Performances.". Style Weekly, September 15, 1999.
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