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Patti near Cyclone. Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY. 1996.

Patti near the Cyclone. Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY. 1996.

patti smith
dream of life

film by
steven sebring

 

Featuring

THE BAND

Vocals and Clarinet
Patti Smith

Guitar
Lenny Kaye

Guitar
Oliver Ray

Bass and Vocals
Tony Shanahan

Drums
Jay Dee Daugherty

and
Jackson Smith
Jesse Smith
Tom Verlaine
Sam Shepard
Philip Glass
Benjamin Smoke
Flea

 

Director
Steven Sebring

Producers
Steven Sebring
Margaret Smilow
Scott Vogel

Directors of Photography
Phillip Hunt
Steven Sebring

Editors
Angelo Corrao, A.C.E.
Lin Polito

Executive Producers
Steven Sebring
Margaret Smilow

Creative Consultant
Shoshana Sebring

Line Producer
Sonoko Aoyagi Leopold

Supervising Producers
Junko Tsunashima
Kristin Lovejoy

Camera Assistant
Jorgen Axelvall

Additional Camera Work
Patti Smith
Oliver Ray

Additional Assistant Cameras
Mia Barker
Chris Bierlein

Sound Recordists
Steven Sebring
Jorgen Axelvall

Additional Sound
Charlie McGovern
Anna Rieke

Sound Design
Margaret Crimmins
Greg Smith

Sound Editing
Angelo Corrao
Lin Polito

Re-Recording Mixer
Tony Volante

VO-Recording
Dubway Studios

Assistant Editors
Laura H. Congleton
Russell Green
Donald Klocek

Post Production Facility
Post Factory

Negative Matcher
Noelle Penraat

Digital Scanning and Recording
Jack Rizzo

Digital Conform
Jennifer Basnyat

D.I. Colorist
Daniel DeVincent

Digital Effects/Titles
Jennifer Basnyat

Assistant to the Director
Bejou Baile De Laperriere

Project Management
Jane Buckwalter

Business Affairs
Ranfi Rivera
Aaron Kanter

Music Services
John Adams
Emily Lee

 

ROAD CREW

Tour Manager
Barre Duryea

Crew
Andrew Burns
Rocky Roberts
Martin Le Maire
Yuek Wong
Dan Lilienfeld

Live Visual Projection
Third Eye Visuals

 

LONDON “HORSES” CONCERT CREW

Cameras
Steven Sebring
Toshi Ozawa
John Pirozzi

Sound
Tim Fraser

Production Manager
Andy Reichsman

Location Coordinator
Val Campbell

Assistant Cameras
David Raedeker
Phoebe Sudrow
Richard Lawson

Clapper Loader
James Lewis

Production Assistants
Ran Geffen
Tom Tyler
James Gray

 

ARCHIVAL FOOTAGE COURTESY OF

Amos Poe
BBC Motion Gallery
Jonas Mekas
Excerpts from the film Still Moving (1978)
by Robert Mapplethorpe and all Mapplethorpe artworks
copyright @ The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation.
Used by special permission.

 

ARCHIVAL/PHOTOS COURTESY OF

ARS, NY/ADAGP, Paris
Estate of Pablo Picasso/ARS, NY
Estate of William S. Burroughs
Lynn Davis
David Gahr
Allen Ginsberg Trust
Annie Liebovitz
Judy Linn
Gerard Malanga
Kevin Mazur
Anton Perich
Ken Regan
Sue Rynski
April Saul
Philadelphia Newspapers, LLC
Kate Simon
Frank Stefanko
Michael Stipe
Allan Tannenbaum
The Estate of Bill Yoscary
Random House
Photofest Inc.
The Imogen Cunningham Trust
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Hans Richter

 

MUSIC

The Jackson Song
Wing
Gloria
Land
My Blakean Year
Gung Ho
Cartwheels
Memento Mori
Rock N Roll Nigger
People Have The Power
Radio Baghdad
Spell

Performed by
Patti Smith
Courtesy of
Sony BMG Music Entertainment
By Arrangement with
Sony BMG Music Entertainment

 

INCIDENTAL MUSIC

Oliver Ray
Tony Shanahan
Emery Dobyns
Greg Smith

Special Thanks to

Michael Stipe
Rosemary Carroll Esq.
Peter Ackroyd
Stanley Bard
Tom Conway
Sharon Delano
Andrew Fierberg
Alex Halpern
Patti Hudson
Hilly Kristal
Andi Ostrowe
Jeff Rosen
Steven Shainberg
Christopher Teas
Jack Walls

 

This Film Is Dedicated to the Memory of
Grant and Beverly Smith
and
Richard Sebring

 

Film Labs
Du Art Film and Video
Technicolor

Optical Sound
Magno Sound

 

International Distribution by
Celluloid Dreams

 

Production Funding Provided by

Reed Krakoff

 

A Production of
Clean Socks
and
THIRTEEN for WNET.ORG

 

This program was produced by
Clean Socks and
THIRTEEN for WNET.ORG,
which are solely responsible for its content

 

© 2007 WNET.ORG Properties LLC and Clean Socks





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I wanted to remember the original energy; strip away all the glamour and limousines and tons of drugs. I wanted to get back to the revolutionary ideas, merging poetry and rhythm and rock and roll.”

— Patti Smith,
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