|Episode #2 Credits
The Independent Film Channel presents a Grainy Pictures production Split Screen (#2) Created by John & Janet Pierson Producers Howard Bernstein Tim Perell Editor 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. Rick & Eric's Excellent NY Festival Adventure Camera Scott Sinkler Sound Reiko Tahara "SubUrbia" clips courtesy of Castle Rock Entertainment "Slacker" clip courtesy of Orion Pictures "Dazed & Confused" clip courtesy of MCA/Universal "SubUrbia" review by Janet Maslin (c) 1966 by The New York Times Company. Reproduced by permission. Special thanks to the Film Society of Lincoln Center It's Impossible to Learn to Plow by Reading Books Written Produced Directed Photographed Sound Edited (and even Acted) Richard Linklater Courtesy Detour Films Duct Town Writer/Director/Producer/Camera P.H. O'Brien Editor Myron Kerstein Sound Dave Panaro Murray McPherson Ian Wall Magic Josh Greenstein "Do-re-mi", "My Favorite Things", "Edelweiss" Written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II Williamson Music Performed by the North Reading Chorale On-Line Editor Jon Fordham Sound Mixer Benny Mouthon Isis Films Executive Producers Marlen Hecht Dean Silvers Special thanks to Jim McDonald and Teatown Video 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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