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The Young Victoria Details

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Director [[Performer~P199556~Jean-Marc Vallée~jeanmarcvallée]] takes the helm for this look at the turbulent early years of Queen Victoria ([[Performer~P412768~Emily Blunt~emilyblunt]]), who was crowned at the age of 18, and whose ill-fated marriage to Prince Albert ([[Performer~P447609~Rupert Friend~rupertfriend]]) would later prompt her into a life of mournful seclusion. [[Performer~P222072~Graham King~grahamking]] and [[Performer~P110533~Martin Scorsese~martinscorsese]] produce a film penned by Academy Award-winning screenwriter [[Performer~P23035~Julian Fellowes~julianfellowes]]. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

  • Release date:December 18, 2009

Awards

Awarded by
Nominee
Category
Year
Status
British Academy of Film and Television Arts Jenny Shircore Best Makeup and Hair 2009 Winner
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Jenny Shircore Best Makeup 2009 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Maggie Gray Best Art Direction 2009 Nominee
Hollywood Foreign Press Association Emily Blunt Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama 2009 Nominee
British Academy of Film and Television Arts Sandy Powell Best Costume Design 2009 Winner
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Sandy Powell Best Costume Design 2009 Winner

Cast

Emily Blunt
as Queen Victoria
Rupert Friend
as Prince Albert
Paul Bettany
as Lord Melbourne
Miranda Richardson
as Duchess of Kent
Jim Broadbent
as King William
Thomas Kretschmann
as King Leopold
Mark Strong
as Sir John Conroy
Jesper Christensen
as Baron Stockmar
Harriet Walter
as Queen Adelaide
Jeanette Hain
as Baroness Lehzen
Julian Glover
as Duke of Wellington
Michael Maloney
as Sir Robert Peel
Michiel Huisman
as Ernest
Genevieve O'Reilly
as Lady Flora Hastings
Rachael Stirling
as Duchess of Sutherland
Morven Christie
as Watson
Josef Altin
as Edward Oxford
Tom Brooke
as Lord Chamberlain
Grace Smith
as Young Victoria Age 5
Charlie Clarke
as The Newsboy
Tom Fisher
as Lord Chamberlain
Alice Glover
as Duchess of Montrose
David Horovitch
as Sir James Clark
Jo Hartley
as Landlady
Bernard Lloyd
as Archbishop of Canterbury
Iain Mitchell
as Speaker
David Robb
as Whig Member
Malcolm Sinclair
as Charles Kemble
Thomas Michael Voss
as Dancing Master
Nick Chopping
as Footman
Rowley Irlam
as Footman
Kelly Dent
as Cupid
Kelly Dent
as Riding Double 'Victoria'
C.C. Smiff
as Riding Double 'Albert'
Dominic Preece
as Officer of Escort
Peter White
as Apprehending Pedestrian

Crew

Jean-Marc Vallée
Director
Tim Headington
Producer
Sarah Ferguson
Producer
Graham King
Producer
Martin Scorsese
Producer
Julian Fellowes
Screenwriter
Hagen Bogdanski
Cinematographer
Maureen Crowe
Musical Direction/Supervision
Ilan Eshkeri
Composer (Music Score)
Matt Garner
Editor
Jill Bilcock
Editor
Chris Lowe
Art Director
Paul Inglis
Supervising Art Director
Alexandra Walker
Art Director
Denis O'Sullivan
Co-producer
Anita Overland
Co-producer
Colin Vaines
Executive Producer
Sandy Powell
Costume Designer
Martin Pinsonnault
Sound/Sound Designer
Deborah Saban
First Assistant Director
Susie Figgis
Casting
Jenny Shircore
Hair Styles
Jenny Shircore
Makeup
Hermione Ninnim
Unit Production Manager
Kim Armitage
Script Supervisor
Stuart Brisdon
Special Effects Supervisor
Kate Benton
Makeup
Kate Benton
Hair Styles
Rob Inch
Stunts Coordinator
Olivia Lloyd
Second Assistant Director
Marc Cote
Special Effects Supervisor
Julie Kendrick
Makeup
Julie Kendrick
Hair Styles
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