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Production Credits

Produced and Directed By
Emily Kunstler and Sarah Kunstler

Producer
Jesse Moss

Producer
Susan Korda

Executive Producer
Vanessa Hope

Cinematographers
Brett Wiley
Martina Radwan

Music
Shahzad Ismaily

Animation
Emily Hubley
Jeremiah Dickey

Editor
Emily Kunstler

Writer
Sarah Kunstler

Associate Producers
Tracy Bunting
Andrew Lutsky

Additional Photography
Ben Kutchins
Antonio Rossi
Matt Ruskin

Consulting Producers
Margaret Ratner Kunstler
Matt Ruskin
Socheata Poeuv
Charles Vogl

Consulting Producer for Chicken & Egg Pictures
Judith Helfand

Motion Graphics
Mark Thompson, Designer
Kevin Deckert, Production Artist

Graphic Design
Christopher M. Zucker

Sound
Eric Davidson
Mike Frank
Laura Hanna
Drew Skinner
Gabriel Monts

Supervising Sound Editor/Re-Recording Mixer
Coll Anderson M.P.S.E.

Sound Effects Editor
Matt Snedecor

Dialogue Editor
Aaron Weisblatt

Voiceover Recordist
Jesse Ferguson

Musicians
Shahzad Ismaily
Sam Amidon

“Mas O Menos”
Performed by The Budos Band
Written by Thomas Brenneck, Jared Tankel, Daniel Foder, Andrew Greene and Brian Profilio
From The Budos Band II LP
Courtesy of Daptone Records Inc.

“Up From the South”
Performed by The Budos Band
Written by Thomas Brenneck and Daniel Foder
From The Budos Band LP
Courtesy of Daptone Records Inc.

“Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me”
Performed by Terry Waldo and Ken Peplowski
Written by Arthur Swanstone, Charles R. McCarron and Carey Morgan (1919)
From Footlight Varieties LP
Courtesy of Terry Waldo

“Why?”
Performed by Terry Waldo and the Gotham City Band
Written by Jelly Roll Morton and Ed Worac
From Footlight Varieties LP
Courtesy of Terry Waldo and Edwin H. Morris & Co. Inc. (ASCAP)

“Get on Board Children” by Willie Peacock from “Voices of the Civil Rights Movement: Black American Freedom Songs 1960-1966,” Smithsonian Folkways SFW40084, provided courtesy of Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. © 1997. Used by permission.

“Big Bad Bill”
Performed by Sam Amidon and Shahzad Ismaily
Written by Jack Yellen and Milton Ager (1924)
WB Music Corp. and Edwin H. Morris & Co. Inc. (ASCAP)

“They Move On Tracks of Never-Ending Light”
Written by Christopher Royal King, Raymond Brown, Jeremy Galindo and Andrew Miller
Performed by This Will Destroy You
From This Will Destroy You LP
Courtesy of Magic Bullet Records

“Quiet” Written by Christopher Royal King, Raymond Brown, Jeremy Galindo and Andrew Miller
Performed by This Will Destroy You
From Young Mountain EP
Courtesy of Magic Bullet Records

Post Production Services
Final Frame

Colorist
Stewart Griffin

Online Editors
Ben Laffin
Joseph Lee

Interns
Joanna Arnow
Ara Cho
Daniel Hallahan
Heather Reid
Lillian Ruiz
Andrew C. Sloan
Nina Svatovic

Archival Footage
ABC News
ABC News VideoSource
BBC Motion Gallery
CNN
FOX
Getty Images
ITN Source/Fox News
ITN Source/Granada
ITN Source/Reuter
The National Archives
NBC News Archives
New York State Archives
NY1 News
School of Architecture and Planning, University at Buffalo, State University of New York
TruTV
WSB Newsfilm Collection, University of Georgia Libraries

Peter Biskind
Richard Brick
Elizabeth Fink
Diane Christian and Bruce Jackson
Morley Markson
Kevin McKiernan
Roz Payne
Karen Ranucci
Lynne Sachs

Archival Audio
The Center for Constitutional Rights
The Freedom Archives
The Kunstler Family Archive
Pacifica Radio Archives

Archival Photographs
Associated Press
Baltimore County Public Library
Corbis
David Fenton
Andrew Gordon
Bruce Jackson
Joe Melchione
Maddy Miller
Nebraska State Historical Society
New York Post/Splash News
The Kunstler Family Archive

Courtroom Sketches
Ann Martin (Wounded Knee)
Verna Sadock (Chicago Conspiracy Trial)
Francis Simeni (Flag Burning)

Courtroom Sketch Photography
Brian C. Janes

Production Legal
Angela Mak
Mark Beigelman
Deborah Hrbek
Ayla Ercin
The Stanford Center for Internet and Society’s Fair Use Project

Fiscal Sponsors
Fractured Atlas
Women Make Movies

Special Thanks
Michael Ratner
Deborah Boardman
Randy Credico
Bridget Cross
Kathy Engel
Jesse Ferguson
Karin Kunstler Goldman
Neal Goldman
Claude Marks
Barbara Morse
Howard Morse
Judson Memorial Church

Major Funding Provided By
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting

Additional Funding Provided By
The Foundation for Jewish Culture’s
Lynn and Jules Kroll Fund for Jewish Documentary Film
The Jerome Foundation
New York State Council on the Arts
and others

A complete list of funders is available from PBS.

Executive Producer for ITVS
Sally Jo Fifer
William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe is a co-production of Disturbing the Universe LLC and the Independent Television Service (ITVS), with funding provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB).

William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe is produced by Disturbing the Universe LLC who is solely responsible for its content

An Off Center Media Production

Copyright © 2009 Disturbing the Universe LLC, all rights reserved.





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While our father lived in front of news cameras, we found our place behind the lens. We hope our film communicates that the world we inherit is better because someone struggled for justice, and that those changes will survive only if we continue to fight.”

— Sarah Kunstler, Filmmaker