Nursing Home Reform


Film Credits

Produced, Directed and Photographed by
Brad Lichtenstein

Co-produced, Co-directed and Photographed by
Lisa Gildehaus

Edited by
Tom Haneke

Original Music by
Vernon Reid

Sound Recorded by
Lauren Burke
Erin Castrapel
Eric Gerber
Lisa Gildehaus
Alden Hoot
Ben Krutzik
Mike Neuman
Andrew Rosas
Chris Thompson

Additional Photography
Lauren Burke
Erin Castrapel

Production Assistants
Lauren Burke
Erin Castrapel
Ben Krutzik
Andrew Rosas
Chris Thompson

Production Interns
Eric Gerber
Alden Hoot
Mike Neuman
Casey Schommer
Kelsi Stoehr

Assistant Editors
Paul Conigliaro
Ben Krutzik
Joaquin Perez
Chris Thompson

D.C. Cardinali
Crawford Communications, Inc.

Post-Production Audio
Bob Chefalas
Daniel Pagan
Soundtrack NY

Mary Lugo

Production Accountant
Mona Duff

Senior Administrative Specialist
Sue Thomas

Project Fiscal Specialist
Ed Rodriguez

Transcription Services
ABC Word Processing BMV Transcription Services

Legal Counsel
University of Wisconsin-Miwaukee Office of Legal Affairs
Frankfurt, Kurnit, Klein & Selz, PC

Beck, Chaet & Bamberger, S.C.

Additional Music

Written by William Henry Harris
Published by Oxford University Press

“Wouldn’t it be Loverly?”
Written by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe
Published by Chappell & Co., Inc (ASCAP)

“I Could Have Danced All Night”
Written by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe
Published by Chappell & Co., Inc. (ASCAP)

“Happy Birthday To You”
Written by Mildred J. Hill and Patty Smith Hill
Published by Summy-Birchard Co. (ASCAP)

“Getting to Know You”
Written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II
Published by Williamson Music

“September Nocturne”
Written and Performed by Paul Halley
Published by Back Alley Music (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Earth Music Productions, LLC

Archival Footage Courtesy of

The Posey Company
Terra Nova Films

Thanks to

The Adult Learning Center
Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company
Anne Davis Basting
Brady Street Business Association
William Robert Bucker
Children’s Lubavitch Living and Learning Center
Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital
Ethan Allen Juvenile Correctional Facility
The Forever Friends Program
Froedtert and Medical College of Wisconsin
Kurt Hartwig
Benjamin and Will Lichtenstein
Miller Park
Milwaukee Art Museum
Nancy Siefert North Shore Dance Studio
Northshore Men’s Bible Study
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Film Department
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Foundation
Ye Olde School

Special Thanks to

The Peck School of the Arts of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
The Center on Age and Community of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

And the families, residents, employees and friends of Saint John’s On The Lake whose assistance and trust made this film possible.

For Wisconsin Public Television

Executive in Charge of Production
James Steinbach

Executive Producer
Kay Klubertanz

Post Production Audio
Curt Sorensen

Online Editors
Tom Micksch and Russ Awe

Graphic Design
Sue Fey

Quality Control Engineer
Paul Stoffel

A co-production of 371 Productions and Wisconsin Public Television
in association with ITVS

This program was produced by 371 Productions
which is solely responsible for its content

© 2005, 371 Productions All Rights Reserved


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