Episode #3 Credits

Some of the Talented Filmmakers Who Work With John Pierson On Split Screen

The Independent Film Channel presents a Grainy Pictures production

Split Screen   (#3)

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.

Quick Stop
        Camera  	David Klein
        Sound           Reiko Tahara
        Dance Music     Love Among Freaks
        "Clerks" clips courtesy of Miramax Films
        Soul Asylum video footage courtesy of View Askew Productions
        Special thanks to the Thapars & Jason Mewes

        Producer        Ted Saad
        Camera  	Alan Smithee
        "Crumb" clips courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics
        "Crumb" ad art courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics
        Terry Zwigoff's "Crumb" is now available for $19.95 from Columbia TriStar Home Video

Making Northwestern
        Director/Camera 	Chris Smith
        Producer/Sound  	Sarah Price
        Editors         	Barry Polterman
                                Sarah Price
        Special thanks to Steve James & Kartemquin Films

Cold Spring Wraparounds
        Camera  		Scott Sinkler   

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

Read the Miramax/Hyperion paperback
A Guided Tour Across a Decade of American Independent Cinema

(c)  1997  Grainy Pictures, Inc.

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