Independence Day

independence day

In the epic experience film ‘Independence Day,’ abnormal wonders surface all throughout the planet. The skies touch off. Fear races through the world’s significant urban areas. As these phenomenal situation develop, it turns out to be progressively certain that a power of fantastic greatness has shown up. Its central goal: complete destruction over the Fourth of July weekend. The last desire to stop the annihilation is an improbable gathering of individuals joined by destiny and inconceivable conditions.

Independence Day

PG-12
Duration: 2h 25min
Release Date: 9 August 1996(USA)
Genres: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
Director: Roland Emmerich
IMDb: 7.0

Box Office Collection

Budget : $75,000,000 (estimated)
Gross US & Canada : $306,169,268
Opening weekend US & Canada : $50,228,264 Jul 7, 1996
Gross worldwide : $817,400,891

Awards:

Academy Awards (Oscar), USA 1997
Best Effects, Visual Effects
Volker Engel
Douglas Smith
Clay Pinney
Joe Viskocil
20/20 Awards 2017
Best Visual Effects
Best Sound Design
Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 1997
Best Science Fiction Film
Best Director
Roland Emmerich
Best Special Effects
Volker Engel
Clay Pinney
Douglas Smith
Joe Viskocil
Amanda Awards, Norway 1997
Best Foreign Feature Film (├ůrets utenlandske spillefilm)
Roland Emmerich
Awards Circuit Community Awards 1996
Best Sound
Best Visual Effects
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 1997
Favorite Actor – Science Fiction
Will Smith
BMI Film & TV Awards 1997
David Arnold
Czech Lions 1997
Winner
Box Office Award
Golden Screen, Germany 1996
Winner
Golden Screen
Winner
Golden Screen with 1 Star
Winner
Golden Screen with 2 Stars
Grammy Awards 1997
Best Instrumental Composition Written for a Motion Picture or for Television
David Arnold
For “Independence Day”.
International Monitor Awards 1997
Theatrical Releases – Electronic Visual Effects
Andrea D’Amico (digital visual effcts producer)
Greg Kimble (digital optical supervisor)
Lawrence Littleton (digital effects compositor)
Kenneth Littleton (digital effects compositor)
Jennifer German (digital effects compositor)
Michael Peterson (digital effects compositor)
Jupiter Award 1996
Best International Film
Roland Emmerich
Best International Director
Roland Emmerich
Kids’ Choice Awards, USA 1997
Favorite Movie
Mainichi Film Concours 1997
Best Foreign Language Film
Roland Emmerich
MTV Movie + TV Awards 1997
Best Kiss
Will Smith
Vivica A. Fox
People’s Choice Awards, USA 1997
Favorite Dramatic Motion Picture
Publicists Guild of America 1997
Motion Picture
20th Century Fox Publicity
Satellite Awards 1997
Best Film Editing
David Brenner
Sci-Fi Universe Magazine, USA 1996
Best Science Fiction Film
Best Director for a Genre Motion Picture
Roland Emmerich

Best Writing for a Genre Motion Picture
Dean Devlin
Roland Emmerich

Best Actor in a Genre Motion Picture
Will Smith

Best Supporting Actress in a Genre Motion Picture
Vivica A. Fox

Best Cinematography for a Genre Motion Picture
Karl Walter Lindenlaub

Best Score for a Genre Motion Picture
David Arnold

Best Special Effects in a Genre Motion Picture
Volker Engel
Douglas Smith
Clay Pinney
Joe Viskocil
Yoga Awards 1997
Worst Foreign Director
Roland Emmerich

Casts

Will Smith
Bill Pullman
Jeff Goldblum
Mary McDonnell
Judd Hirsch
Robert Loggia
Randy Quaid
Margaret Colin
James Rebhorn
Harvey Fierstein
Adam Baldwin
Brent Spiner
James Duval
Vivica A. Fox
Lisa Jakub
Ross Bagley
Mae Whitman
Bill Smitrovich
Kiersten Warren
Harry Connick Jr.
Capt. Steven Hiller
President Thomas J. Whitmore
David Levinson
Marilyn Whitmore
Julius Levinson
General William Grey
Russell Casse
Constance Spano
Albert Nimziki
Marty Gilbert
Major Mitchell
Dr. Brakish Okun
Miguel
Jasmine Dubrow
Alicia
Dylan
Patricia Whitmore
Captain Watson
Tiffany
Capt. Jimmy Wilder

Writing Credits:

Dean Devlin
Roland Emmerich
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