Gangster No. 1


1h 43m 2000

Brief Synopsis

In London's Soho section in the 1960's, a leading gangster boss teaches his ambitious young apprentice the secrets of his trade.

Film Details

Also Known As
Gangster #1, Gangster Number One
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Adaptation
Drama
Thriller
Release Date
2000
Production Company
Animated Extras; British Screen Finance; Bskyb; Das Werk; Film4 Productions; Filmboard Berlin Brandenburg; Filmfour; Filmfour International; Road Movies Filmproduktion; Technicolor; The Mill
Distribution Company
IFC Films; Central Film Verleih Gmbh; Fandango; Film4 Productions; Filmfour; IFC Films; MGM Home Entertainment; Senator Film Verleih; Wild Bunch AG
Location
Babelsberg Studios, Berlin, Germany; London, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 43m

Synopsis

In London's Soho section in the 1960's, a leading gangster boss teaches his ambitious young apprentice the secrets of his trade.

Crew

Tim Alban

Re-Recording Mixer

Gilad Atzmon

Musician

Peter Baldock

Supervising Sound Editor

Ben Barker

Foley Editor

Stephen Barker

Post-Production Supervisor

Nicky Kentish Barnes

Co-Producer

Libbie Barr

Script Supervisor

Adrian Biddle

Director Of Photography Additional Photography

Peter Bowles

Executive Producer

Richard Bridgland

Production Designer

Karsten Brunig

Line Producer (German Crew)

Saffron Burrows

Song ("Mercy Mercy Mercy")

Chris Carreras

1st Assistant Director

Jonathan Cavendish

Producer

Jens Christensen

Adr Mixer

Penny Crawford

Set Decorator

John Dankworth

Music

Andie Derrick

Foley Artist

Gillian Dodders

Dialogue Editor

Jim Dowdall

Stunt Coordinator

Philip Elton

Art Director

Jo Farr

Unit Production Manager

Ulrich Felsberg

Co-Producer

Mark Fenn

1st Assistant Director (2nd Unit)

Johnny Ferguson

Screenwriter

Stephen Forrest-smith

Storyboard Artist

Mike Frift

2nd Unit Lighting Cameraman (2nd Unit)

Robert Grayson

2nd Assistant Director

Caroline Hamilton

Makeup/Hair Artist

Neil Hannon

Song

Neil Hannon

Song ("The Good Life")

David Harris

Special Effects Supervisor

Norma Heyman

Producer

Richard Hooper Joss

Other

Andrew Hulme

Editor

Engelbert Humperdinck

Song ("Ten Guitars")

Jina Jay

Casting

Stuart Kearns

Other

Sebastian Krawinkel

Art Director (German Crew)

Viviane Kriebisch

Assistant Director (German Crew)

Wilfried Laudicini

Wardrobe Supervisor

Graham Longhurst

Secial Effects Additional Photography

Gloria Luck

Other

Fiona Maynard

Makeup/Hair Artist

Louis Mellis

Play As Source Material

Sheila Fraser Milne

Line Producer Additional Photography

Nic Milner

2nd Unit Lighting Cameraman (2nd Unit)

Simon Mosely

2nd Assistant Director (2nd Unit)

Anthony Newley

Song ("Why")

Davina Nicholson

Assistant Director Additional Photography

Gabrielle Niemeyer

Production Coordinator (Road Movies Film Produktion)

Alan Payne

Graphic Designer

Richard Preston

Sound Design Producer

Bernd Rautenberg

Other

Ralph Remstedt

Production Manager (Germna Crew)

Bruce Reynolds

Consultant

Adam Richards

Location Manager

Fiona Richards

3rd Assistant Director

Waldo Roeg

3rd Assistant Director

Edmundo Ross

Song ("Va Ba Ba Boom")

Scott Rowlatt

Location Manager Additional Photography

David Scinto

Play As Source Material

Jenny Shircore

Hair/Make-Up Designer

Peter Sova

Director Of Photography

Rebecca Sutton

Production Coordinator

John C. Taylor

Sound Recordist

Jany Temime

Costume Designer

Gary Thomas

Music Engineer

Mary Esther Thompson

Choreography

Claire Tovey

Unit Manager

Martin Trevis

Sound Recordist Additional Photography

Simon Turner

Sound Designer

Alistair Walker

Director Of Photography Additional Camera

Norma Webb

Chief Makeup/Hair Artist

Susan Wood

Assistant Director (Crowd)

Helen Xenopoulos

Other

Film Details

Also Known As
Gangster #1, Gangster Number One
MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Adaptation
Drama
Thriller
Release Date
2000
Production Company
Animated Extras; British Screen Finance; Bskyb; Das Werk; Film4 Productions; Filmboard Berlin Brandenburg; Filmfour; Filmfour International; Road Movies Filmproduktion; Technicolor; The Mill
Distribution Company
IFC Films; Central Film Verleih Gmbh; Fandango; Film4 Productions; Filmfour; IFC Films; MGM Home Entertainment; Senator Film Verleih; Wild Bunch AG
Location
Babelsberg Studios, Berlin, Germany; London, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 43m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Winner of the Kodak Vision Award for Best Cinematography at the 2000 AFI Los Angeles International Film Festival.

Released in United States June 14, 2002

Released in United States Summer July 12, 2002

Released in United States on Video October 8, 2002

Released in United States 2000

Released in United States October 2000

Shown at the American Film Market 2000 (AFM) in Santa Monica, California February 23 - March 1, 2000

Shown at Dinard Festival of British Cinema, October 5-8, 2000.

Began shooting May 24, 1999.

Completed shooting July 23, 1999.

Released in United States June 14, 2002 (New York City)

Released in United States Summer July 12, 2002

Released in United States on Video October 8, 2002

Released in United States 2000 (Shown at the American Film Market 2000 (AFM) in Santa Monica, California February 23 - March 1, 2000)

Released in United States October 2000 (Shown at AFI Fest 2000: The American Film Institute Los Angeles International Film Festival (International Competition) October 19-26, 2000.)

Released in United States October 2000 (Shown at Dinard Festival of British Cinema, October 5-8, 2000.)