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Chronicle (2012)

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Three high school students make an incredible discovery, leading to their developing uncanny powers beyond their understanding. As they learn to control their abilities and use them to their advantage, their lives start to spin out of control, and their darker sides begin to take over.

Director: Josh Trank
Writers: Max Landis, Josh Trank.

Release Date: 2012-02-01
Status: Released
Run time: 84 min / 1:24
Budget: $15,000,000
Revenue: $145,000,000
Production Companies : Dune Entertainment, Davis Entertainment, Adam Schroeder Productions, 20th Century Fox
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2012-02-01
Status: Released
Run time: 84 min / 1:24
Budget: $15,000,000
Revenue: $145,000,000

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Casts

Dane DeHaan
as Andrew Detmer
Alex Russell
as Matt Garetty
Michael B. Jordan
as Steve Montgomery
Michael Kelly
as Richard Detmer
Anna Wood
as Monica
Ashley Grace
as Casey Letter
Joe Vaz
as Michael Ernesto
Luke Tyler
as Sean
Crystal-Donna Roberts
as Samantha

Crew

Directing Josh Trank Director
Writing Max Landis Screenplay
Production John Davis Producer
Writing Josh Trank Screenplay
Writing Max Landis Story
Production Adam Schroeder Producer
Production James Dodson Executive Producer
Camera Matthew Jensen Director of Photography
Editing Elliot Greenberg Editor
Production Ronna Kress Casting
Art Stephen Altman Production Design
Art Fred Du Preez Set Decoration
Visual Effects Sean Findley Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Robert Habros Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Simon Hansen Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Andrew Karr Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Sergey Muraviev Visual Effects
Costume & Make-Up Diana Cilliers Costume Design
Art Patrick O'Connor Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up Simone Stubbs Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Francesca Van Der Feyst Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Megan Tanner Makeup Department Head
Production Marisa Soneman Production Manager
Production Drew Locke Production Manager
Art Andrew Sheel Art Department Coordinator
Art Cecelia van Straaten Assistant Art Director
Art Clint Gordon Greensman
Crew Willow Howell Property Master
Art Michael Rossouw Leadman
Art Vivienne Gray Set Designer
Sound Kerry Ann Carmean Sound Effects Editor
Sound Karen Vassar Triest Sound Designer
Sound Tim Walston Sound Designer
Sound Joe Barnett Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Tony Lamberti Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound James Moriana Foley
Sound Jeffrey Wilhoit Foley
Crew Simon Assekritov Visual Effects Editor
Crew John Berri Visual Effects Editor
Visual Effects Aleksandr Gorokhov Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Sergei Gritsenko Visual Effects Producer
Crew Chris Grun Visual Effects Art Director
Visual Effects Victoria Plis Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects David Van Dyke Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Balakrishnan Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Raymond Chen Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Bryan Godwin Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Dennis Sedov Visual Effects Supervisor
Crew Kerry Gregg Stunt Coordinator
Crew Grant Appleton Second Unit Cinematographer
Camera Peter Belcher Camera Operator
Camera Dale Rodkin Camera Operator
Camera Alan Markfield Still Photographer
Lighting J.S. Mackay Gaffer
Lighting Tell Reid Rigging Gaffer
Editing Paul Lavoie Digital Intermediate
Editing Matt Tassone First Assistant Editor
Editing Tessa Verfuss First Assistant Editor
Sound Terry Wilson Music Editor
Crew David Halliday Transportation Coordinator
Crew Iain McGreer Picture Car Coordinator
Production Dezi Rorich Publicist
Production Danny McWilliams Location Manager
Directing Lorna Bennet Script Supervisor
Production Robert Bentley Location Manager
Crew Darren Griffiths Visual Effects Editor
Visual Effects Andrew Malesky Animation
Visual Effects Julie D'Antoni Visual Effects Producer
Sound Kelly Oxford Supervising Sound Editor
Costume & Make-Up Megan Tanner Hair Department Head
Art Johnny Breedt Supervising Art Director
Sound Youssef Guezoum Music

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