|Episode #9 Credits
The Independent Film Channel presents a Grainy Pictures production Split Screen (#9) Created by John & Janet Pierson Producers Howard Bernstein Tim Perell Editor / Assoc. Producer Michael LaHaie Written, co-produced and occasionally directed by John Pierson Opening Theme, The Bao Tao, composed by Tom Pomposello and Art Labriola. Performed by Oil Can. Available on Re:Signed CD Once Were The Pastures of Plenty. The Cinemoids Prod./Director Karl Bourke Line Producer Eric Fisher Camera William Rexer II Sound Brad Bergbom Editor Richard Morse Original Music Nicholas D. Kent Hair/Make-up Donna Drake Art Direction Kai Lee Prod. Asst. Jerry Artman, Jr. Prod. Junior Jude Francis Bourke Special Thanks Moose Food, aka Matt & Alison Palastrini Post Friends and Employees of the Cinema Arts Centre Donnie Bosnia Director Donal Lardner Ward Camera Michael Galinsky Sound Suki Stetson Hawley Bosnia Footage: Donal Lardner Ward Sisters in Cinema Prod./ Director Yvonne Welbon Assoc. Producer Jacqueline Stewart Digital Camera Catherine Crouch 16mm Camera Makiko Watanabe Gaffer Casey Suchan On-Line Editor John Breinholt Music by Joseph Welbon "Daughters of the Dust" courtesy of Julie Dash "Naked Acts" courtesy of Kindred Spirits Productions "Oz" courtesy of HBO NYC "Give Me One Reason" performed by Tracy Chapman courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group Screening Room Wraparounds Camera Michael Galinsky Sound Suki Stetson Hawley On-Line Editor Jon Fordham Executive Producers Marlen Hecht Dean Silvers Janet Pierson Special thanks to Jonathan Sehring and Caroline Kaplan at IFC/Bravo for making it all possible. Read the Miramax/Hyperion paperback SPIKE, MIKE, SLACKERS & DYKES: A Guided Tour Across a Decade of American Independent Cinema (c) 1997 Grainy Pictures, Inc.
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