Calendar Girls 2003 Film | WI Women's Institute Charity Movie



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Alternative titles (from Letterboxd): Las chicas del calendario, 辣嬤寫真, Chicas de calendario, Kalenderpikene


Directed by Nigel Cole

Produced by Suzanne Mackie, Nick Barton

Written by Tim Firth, Juliette Towhidi

Starring Helen Mirren, Julie Walters, Linda Bassett, Annette Crosbie, Celia Imrie, Penelope Wilton

Music by Patrick Doyle

Cinematography: Ashley Rowe

Edited by Michael Parker

Production company: Touchstone Pictures

Distributed by Buena Vista Pictures

Release date: 2 September 2003

Running time: 108 minutes

Budget: $10 million

Box office: $96.5 million


Calendar Girls Plot from IMDb: “A Women's Institute chapter's fundraising effort for a local hospital by posing nude for a calendar becomes a media sensation.”


Filming information from Wikipedia: “Filming took place in the summer of 2002. Whereas the actual Calendar Girls were members of the Rylstone Women's Institute, much of the film was shot in and around the village of Kettlewell in North Yorkshire, some ten miles away, which stood in for the fictional village of Knapely. Additional locations include Buckden, Burnsall, Conistone, Ilkley, Settle, Linton, Malham, Skipton, Westminster and Ealing in London, and the beach in Santa Monica.C The penultimate shot of lead characters Chris and Annie walking down a street was filmed in Turville. Interiors were filmed in the Shepperton Studios in Surrey.”


Calendar Girls Soundtrack Songs:

I Find Your Love

Jerusalem (Patrick Doyle featuring Knapley Women's Club)

The Funeral (Patrick Doyle)

Fantastic Tits (Patrick Doyle)

March (Patrick Doyle)

Bra's Off (Patrick Doyle)

Sponsorship

The Press

Letters

One More Hour (Patrick Doyle)

Jerusalem (Patrick Doyle)

The Way You Do the Things You Do (The Temptations)

You Upset Me, Baby (B.B. King)

Comin' Home Baby (Roland Kirk & Quincy Jones)

Ride Your Pony (The Meters)

Find Another Way (Mornin' Norman)


Calendar Girls Stage Adaptations:

The 2008 stage play was part of the Chichester Theatre Festival, then onto the West End, then a national tour. In 2015 the Calendar Girls musical by Tim Firth and Gary Barlow was released, opening at the Phoenix Theatre.


Calendar Girls Cast and Characters:

Helen Mirren Chris

Julie Walters Annie

John Alderton John

Linda Bassett Cora

Annette Crosbie Jessie

Philip Glenister Lawrence

Ciarán Hinds Rod

Celia Imrie Celia

Geraldine James Marie

Penelope Wilton Ruth

George Costigan Eddie

Graham Crowden Richard

John Fortune Frank

Georgie Glen Kathy

Angela Curran May

Rosalind March Trudy

John-Paul Macleod Jem

Marc Pickering Gaz

John Sharian Danny

Belinda Everett Maya

Harriet Thorpe Brenda Mooney

Gillian Wright Eddie's Woman

Ian Embleton

Janet Howd

Lesley Staples

Richard Braine

Maggie McCarthy W.I. Administrator 1

Diana Marchment

Celia Henebury

Ted Robbins

Arthur Kelly

Tim Barker

Angus Barnett

Frank Barrie

John Sparkes

Merryn Owen

Richard Ashton

Shameer Seepersand

Elizabeth Bennett W.I. Judge

Simon Ludders

Darren Southworth

Sharon Thomas Cain

Christa Ackroyd

Geoffrey Wilkinson

Bob Flag Alan Rathbone

Mark Hayford

Geoffrey Banks

Wilfred Harrison

Adil Hussain

Waqas Altaf

Paul McCleary

Peter Lorenzelli

Jay Leno

Matt Malloy

Patton Oswalt

Craig Kirkwood

Frank Bello

John Bush

Scott Ian Anthrax (as Scott Ian Rosenfeld)

Ashley Niles

Angela Baker Highgyll W.I. Lady

Beryl Bamforth

Christine Clancy

Ros Fawcett

Lynda Logan

Tricia Stewart

Roy Harrison

Terry Logan

Cristina Menz

Lisa Renée

Lee Tuson


Produced by Nick Barton, Steve Clark-Hall, Suzanne Mackie, Jill Rachel Morris, Nik Powell

Music by Patrick Doyle

Cinematography by Ashley Rowe (director of photography)

Film Editing by Michael Parker

Casting By Gail Stevens

Production Design by Martin Childs

Art Direction by Mark Raggett

Costume Design by Frances Tempest