The Imitation Game is a 2014 British-American gay film directed by Morten Tyldum, starring Benedict Cumberbatch (Alan Turing) and Matthew Goode (Hugh Alexander), about gay mathematician Alan Turing tries to crack the german code during World War II.
- 1 Hour 54 Minutes.
- Benedict Cumberbatch – Alan Turing,
- Matthew Goode – Hugh Alexander.
- Morten Tyldum.
- USA – 29 August 2014 (Telluride Film Festival),
- UK – 8 October 2014 (London Film Festival),
- UK – 14 November 2014,
- USA – 28 November 2014 (limited),
- USA – 25 December 2014.
- Black Bear Pictures,
- Bristol Automotive.
- Weinstein Company, The (USA) (theatrical),
- StudioCanal (UK) (theatrical).
Academy Awards, USA 2015:
Won – Oscar, Best Writing, Adapted Screenplay (Graham Moore),
Nominated – Oscar, Best Motion Picture of the Year,
Nominated – Oscar, Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role (Benedict Cumberbatch),
Nominated – Oscar, Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role (Keira Knightley),
Nominated – Oscar, Best Achievement in Directing (Morten Tyldum),
Nominated – Oscar, Best Achievement in Film Editing (William Goldenberg),
Nominated – Oscar, Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Score (Alexandre Desplat),
Nominated – Oscar, Best Achievement in Production Design (Maria Djurkovic, Tatiana Macdonald).
GLAAD Media Awards 2015:
Won – GLAAD Media Award, Outstanding Film (Wide Release)
The Imitation Game Photos Gallery
- Clip #1 – Alan Turing Interview at Bletchley Park
- Clip #2 – Alan Turing meets Joan Clarke
- clip #3 – Alan Turing explains ‘Christopher’
- clip #4 – Alan Turing is interrogated
- clip #5 – Alan Turing’s “uesless machine”
- 8.1/10 – IMDB,
- 90% – Rotten Tomatoes,
- – Our Viewers.