Release date3 August 2013 (2013-08-03) (Melbourne International Film Festival)
9 February 2014 (2014-02-09) (Berlinale)
30 January 2015 (2015-01-30) (U.K.) WriterTim Winton (short stories), Justin Monjo (screenplay), Warwick Thornton (screenplay), Andrew Upton (screenplay), David Wenham (screenplay), Kris Mrksa (screenplay), Rhys Graham (screenplay), Emily Ballou (screenplay), Jonathan auf der Heide (screenplay), Mia Wasikowska (screenplay), Claire McCarthy (screenplay), Ashlee Page (screenplay), Justin Kurzel (screenplay), Ian Meadows (screenplay), Jub Clerc (screenplay), Marieka Walsh (screenplay), Marcel Dorney (screenplay), Circa Contemporary Circus (screenplay) Initial releaseJanuary 26, 2014 (Australia) DirectorsMia Wasikowska, Robert Connolly, David Wenham ScreenplayAndrew Upton, Justin Monjo, Kris Mrksa, Circa Contemporary Circus, Marcel Dorney CastCate Blanchett (Gail Lang), Hugo Weaving (Bob Lang), Rose Byrne (Rae), Miranda Otto (Sherry), Richard Roxburgh (Vic Lang), Susie Porter (Carol Lang) Similar moviesA Night of Horror Volume 1, Wild Tales, King Kong, 10,000 BC, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, Tales from the Darkside
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The Turning is a 2013 Australian anthology film based on a collection of short stories by Tim Winton. It premiered at the Melbourne International Film Festival on 3 August 2013. It was nominated for the 2013 Asia Pacific Screen Award for Best Feature Film, and was screened in the Berlinale Special Galas section of the 64th Berlin International Film Festival.
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Cate Blanchett as Gail Lang
Hugo Weaving as Bob Lang
Miranda Otto as Sherry
Richard Roxburgh as Vic Lang
Rose Byrne as Rae
Mirrah Foulkes as Fay Keenan
Harrison Gilbertson as Victor
Callan Mulvey as David Wilson
Myles Pollard as Dan
Susie Porter as Carol
Matt Nable as Max
Meyne Wyatt as Frank Leaper
18 directors worked on the film, including Mia Wasikowska, David Wenham, and Stephen Page who made their directorial debuts. Initially, Cate Blanchett also intended to direct before switching to an acting role, with Simon Stone taking her place behind the camera.
90-minute broadcast version
The Turning was heavily cut down and rearranged for broadcast on ABC1, debuting on 23 February 2014. Running for approximately 90 minutes (as opposed to the 180-minute theatrical cut), only eight of the original 17 stories were included: "Reunion", "Aquifer", "On Her Knees", "The Turning", "Long, Clear View", "Commission", "Cockleshell", and "Sand". The remaining nine stories were made available online as multi-platform ABC iView content.
The Turning received positive reviews from critics and audiences, earning an approval rating of 88% on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 24 reviews.