100 Films and a Funeral

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100 Films and a Funeral
100 Films and a Funeral.jpg
Directed by Michael McNamara
Produced by Jody Holm
Written by Michael McNamara
Denise Seguin
Starring Stephan Elliott
Jodie Foster
Geoffrey Gilmore
Gilles Jacob
Alan Parker
Cinematography John M. Tran
Edited by Roderick Deogrades
Release date
  • December 3, 2007 (2007-12-03)
Running time
84 minutes
Country Canada
Language English

100 Films and a Funeral is both a memoir by Michael Kuhn and a 2007 documentary film adaptation by filmmaker Michael McNamara about the rise and fall of PolyGram Filmed Entertainment (PFE),[1] the company that produced Four Weddings and a Funeral, The Usual Suspects, and Trainspotting. Kuhn headed PFE from 1991 till 1999, when Philips sold it to the Seagram conglomerate. The selling of PFE also ended the prominent role of the company in the British film industry revival of the 1990s.

Film awards[edit]

Award Category Name Outcome
2008 Gemini Awards Best Picture Editing in a Documentary Program or Series Roderick Deogrades Won
Best History Documentary Program Judy Holm, Michael McNamara Nominated


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