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From the Play by

Michael Frayn

 

Adapted and Directed by

Howard Davies

 

Niels Bohr

Stephen Rea

Werner Heisenberg

Daniel Craig

Margrethe Bohr

Francesca Annis

 

Casting Director

Janey Fothergill

 

Associate Producer

Eamon Fitzpatrick

 

Production Accountant

Josie Hadley

Asst Production Accountant

Paul Gibbs

Production Assistant

Lorraine Brown

Production Co-ordinator

Elian Strong

 

1st Asst Director

Martin Coates

2nd Asst Director

Lisa Marsh

3rd Asst Director

Grenville Bartlett

Script Supervisor

Judy Gayton

 

Location Manager

Nick Fulton

Location Asst

Adam White

Location Manager Copenhagen

Jacob Jorgensen

 

Colourist

Vince Narduzzo

On Line Editor

TBC

Video FX

Neil Scholes

Sound Fx Editor

TBC

Dialogue Editor

Ian Wilskinson

Dubbing Mixer

Paul Hamblin

 

Focus Puller

Michael Green

Clapper Loarder

John Hurley

Camera Trainee

Tooni Manto

Steadicam Operators

Vince Magahon
John Taylor
Roger Tooley

Grip

Andy Hopkins

Boom Operator

David Webster

Rigger

Les Mills

Gaffer

Christopher Day

Rigging Gaffer

John Ash

 

Art Director

Bill Brown

Stand By Art Director

Inger Stamp

Stand By Props

Danny Clements

Stand By Carpenter

Matthew Edgar

Dressing Props

Chris Cutler

Prop Master

Chas Johnson

Prop Buyer

Amanda Smith

Make Up Assistant

Suzy Kirkham

Costume Assistant

Sarah Moore

 

Production Executive BBC

Gordon Ronald

 

Production Executive KCET

Karen Robinson Hunte

 

Production Supervisor KCET

Bettina Bennewitz

 

Producer for KCET

Megan Callaway

 

Executive Producer KCET

Mary Mazur

 

Executive Producer BBC

Simon Curtis

 

Sound Recordist

Peter Brill

 

Make Up Designer

Daniel Phillips

 

Costume Designer

James Keast

 

Composer

Dominic Muldowney

 

Film Editor

Kevin Lester

 

Production Designer

Candida Otton

 

Director of Photography

Ian Wilson

 

Copenhagen was made
possible in part by:

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
The Ahmanson Foundation
Michael J. Connell Foundation
Lovelace Family Trust
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting
PBS

 

Web Site Credits 


Web Site Presented by KCET Hollywood

 

Vice President, New Media

Jackie Kain

Producer, New Media

Philip Dunn

Associate Producer, New Media

Jonathan Bordallo

 

Web Site Produced by DZAP Productions, Limited

 

Producer & Writer

Douglas Varchol

Research & Additional Writing

Bob Bundens

Video Editing

Douglas Varchol

Text Editing

Lauren Deutsch

Michael Frayn Videography

Michael Kurcfeld
Randall Michelson

 

Web Site Designed and Developed by kapow, inc.

 

Producer & Designer

Neal Steinberg

Associate Designer

Cory Leistikow

Co-Producers

Ethan Goldstine
Megan Holbrook

 

Director/Actor Interviews produced in conjunction with BBC Fiction Lab

 

Director/Actor Videography

Jamie Cason


 

Special Thanks 


Niels Bohr Archive, Copenhagen, Finn Aaserud, Director and Felicity Pors for their help and patience, and for providing an English translation of an obituary of Margrethe Bohr by Danish writer Helle Bygum.
http://www.nbi.dk/NBA/webpage.html
 

Heather Lindsay, Librarian, Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, American Institute of Physics
http://www.aip.org/history/
 

Megan Callaway, UK Producer, KCET-TV
 

Joe Corrigan, California Institute of Technology
 

Matthew Ford, Photographer, for production stills from the making of "Copenhagen."
 

Kenneth Ewing, Giles Smart, The Peters Fraser & Dunlop Group Ltd.
 


 

Source Credits 


All photographs, images, video and audio content from COPENHAGEN 2002 Community Television of Southern California and British Broadcasting Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Downloading, copying, reproducing, duplicating, distributing, modifying, transmitting, reusing, re-posting or any use of the content herein is expressly prohibited.
 

All photographs, images, video and audio content from THE COPENHAGEN FALLOUT BBC MMII. All Rights Reserved. Downloading, copying, reproducing, duplicating, distributing, modifying, transmitting, reusing, re-posting or any use of the content herein is expressly prohibited.
 

Text excerpts in the Director's Favorite Scene and Key Scene sections from COPENHAGEN by Michael Frayn. Portions of the Timeline excerpted fromCOPENHAGEN postscript by Michael Frayn. Used by permission of the author. Copyright 1998 by Michael Frayn. All Rights Reserved. Originally published in paperback in the United Kingdom by Methuen PublishingLimited, London.
 

Excerpts from THE DAY AFTER TRINITY by Jon Else, courtesy of Pyramid Media.www.pyramidmedia.com
 

Portions of the Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg biographies, as well as portions of the Glossary were excerpted from supplemental material from the CD-ROM edition of THE DAY AFTER TRINITY by Jon Else, courtesy of The Voyager Company.
 

Book cover from BRIGHTER THAN A THOUSAND SUNS, A PERSONAL HISTORY OF THE ATOMIC SCIENTISTS, Copyright (c) 1958 by Harcourt, Inc. and renewed 1986 by Mrs. M.N. Cleugh, reproduced by permission of the publisher. This material may not be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of the publisher.
 

Book cover from HEISENBERG'S WAR: THE SECRET HISTORY OF THE GERMAN BOMB by Thomas Powers, courtesy Little, Brown and Company.
 

New York COPENHAGEN theatrical poster courtesy of Copenhagen Company, LLC.
 


 

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