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Night Visions
Night Visions poster
Directed By Young Prince
Produced By George Clooney
Written By Hailee Stone
Young Prince (additional)
Starring Jennifer Lawrence
Felicia Brooks
Austin Greyhound
Music By John Williams
Felicia Brooks
Editing By Young Prince
Studio Low Price Entertainment
Distributed By Low Price Entertainment
Low Price International
Running Time 156 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget 45 million
Night Visions is a 2014 drama film directed by Young Prince, produced by George Clooney and written by Hailee Stone. It stars Jennifer Lawrence as a widowed mother who struggles to give her children a better future. Filming began in March 2014, with the film being released on November 14, 2014. It grossed $200 million worldwide against of its $45 million budget.

CastEdit

  • Jennifer Lawrence as Jane Bekker, a widowed mother who starts having hallucinations while trying and failing to give her children a better future
  • Austin Greyhound as Lucas Bekker, Jane's youngest son and a social outcast, who gets frequently bullied at school
  • Felicia Brooks as Daisy Mitchell, Lucas' girlfriend who gets brutally murdered by Joshua during an argument about Lucas
  • Freddie Highmore as Joshua Bekker, Jane's oldest son and Lucas' overprotective brother, who is obliged to runaway after killing Daisy
  • Jake T. Austin as Zachary, Lucas' best friend who commits suicide after his parents die
  • Chloë Grace Moretz as Amanda, Daisy's best friend
  • George Clooney (cameo appearance) as Thomas Bekker, Jane's deceased husband who she sometimes sees during her hallucinations

MusicEdit

Main article: Night Visions (album)

Music production was handled by 21 times Grammy Awards winner John Williams, while Felicia  recorded several songs for the film, including the lead single. Other performers included Austin GreyhoundJane Mik and Young Prince. "Gone Too Far", performed by Felicia, was released as the lead single on August 6, 2014, receiving very positive reviews. Austin Greyhound's "We Could Be Humans" was released as the soundtrack's first promotional single on September 4, 2014. "Why Try", was released as the second single on November 14, 2014.

AccoladesEdit

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2015 Springfield Academy Awards Best Picture George Clooney Nominated
Best Director Young Prince Won
Best Actor Austin Greyhound Nominated
Best Actress Jennifer Lawrence Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Jake T. Austin Nominated
Freddie Highmore Won
Best Supporting Actress Felicia Brooks Won
Chloë Grace Moretz Nominated
Best Screenplay, Original or Adapted Hailee Stone and Young Prince Won
Best Original Score John Williams Nominated
Best Original Song "Gone Too Far" Won
"We Could Be Humans" Nominated
Springfield Film Critics Association Best Picture Won
Best Director Young Prince Won
Best Actor Austin Greyhound Nominated
Best Actress Jennifer Lawrence Won
Best Supporting Actor Freddie Highmore Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Felicia Brooks Won
Best Acting Ensemble Won
Best Original Screenplay Hailee Stone Won
Best Cinematography Matthew Libatique Won
Best Song "Gone Too Far" Nominated
Springfield Music Awards Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media Night Visions Won
Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media Nominated
Best Song Written for Visual Media "Gone Too Far" Nominated

PromotionEdit

The film was first announced in May 2014, giving away very little information. The first character, Lukas Bekker, was announced at a film conference on July 8, 2014, while Joshua Bekker, was announced to be the second character on September 5, 2014, through a film poster. The first trailer would be unvealed on September 8, 2014, but the date was later moved to September 24, 2014.

Promotional postersEdit

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