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John James Audubon - Interview with Filmmakers

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AMERICAN MASTERS John James Audubon: Drawn from Nature
Production Credits


Produced by
Lawrence Hott and Diane Garey

Directed by
Lawrence Hott

Written by
Ken Chowder

Edited by
Aaron Vega

Associate Producer
Alexia Zuliani

Assistant Editor
Rebecca Rideout

Narrated by
Cindy Katz

Music by
Judy Hyman and Jeff Claus

Cinematography by
Michael Chin
Stephen McCarthy
Allen Moore

Animation
Amit Sethi

Voices
Sebastian Roché as John James Audubon
Sophie Hayden as Lucy Audubon

Voice Casting Director
Deborah Brown Casting

Archival Research
Rich Remsberg

Sound
John Davis
Tom Bergin
Andy Turrett
Sara Chin

Steadicam
Jerry Jacob

Production Manager
Rebecca Arndt

Consultants
Mark Alexander
Annette Blaugrund
Donald Boarman
Franklin Burroughs
William Cronon
Thomas R. Dunlap
Ella Foshay
Alan Gehret
Christoph Irmscher
Geoffrey S. LeBaron
Thomas Litwin
Robert J.M. Olson
Robert Peck
Richard Rhodes
William Souder
Bill Steiner
Shirley Streshinsky
Ron Tyler

Re-enactments
Alan Francis as John James Audubon
Ellen Adair as Lucy Audubon
Ed Byrnes as Samuel Bowen
Ellen Withrow as New Orleans Model

Camera - Stephen McCarthy

Art Direction - Katha Seidman
Costumes - Jill St. Coeur

Field Producers
Cathleen O'Connell
Laura Longsworth
Jennifer Pearce

Lighting - Ken Perham
Assistant Camera - Matt Thurber
Hair and Makeup - Anna J. Brecke
Art Assistants - Roxanna Myhrum, Katherine Lambert

Golden Eagle Provided By
Wingmasters

Online Editor
Steve Pequignot

Online Studio
Glue, Inc.

Post Audio Mixer
John M. Davis

Sound Design
Rikk Desgres

Stock Bird Footage
Michael Male, Blue Earth Films

Stock footage
Monadnock Media
Greg Hensley

Audubon High Resolution Prints
Robert Hall and Zebra Publishing, LLC.

Location Scouts
Phil Seifert
Nicole Ramirez
Orion Weldon
Jeff Weber

Specials thanks to The Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia and Robert McCracken Peck, Senior Fellow and Librarian, for allowing access to the collections and for their invaluable advice and assistance.

Michael Aakhus and the Art Department, University of Southern Indiana

Archival Images
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Ewell Sale Stewart Library
American Museum of Natural History Library
American Philosophical Society
Amherst College Archives and Special Collections
Art Resource
Audubon State Park, John James Audubon Museum, Henderson, Kentucky
Bridgeman Art Library, University of Liverpool Art Gallery & Collections, UK
Bryn Mawr College Library
Cincinnati Art Museum, Centennial Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaffer, Jr.
Donald Heald Gallery, New York City
Filson Historical Society
Fishmongers Company
Getty Images
Houghton Library, Harvard University
Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
Mary Evans Picture Library
Museum of Science, Boston, Massachusetts
National Audubon Society
National Galleries of Scotland
Natural History Museum, London
New-York Historical Society
Portland Museum, Louisville, Kentucky, Jennifer Newhall Saliba
White House Historical Association, White House Collection
Williams Research Center

No Animals Were Harmed in the Production of this Film

Fiscal Sponsorship Provided by the Center for Independent Documentary
Series Office Manager
Ben Beshaw

Series Production Coordinator
Nicole London

Series Theme Music Composed by
Thomas Wagner

Series Title Designed by
B.T. Whitehill

Music Services
John Adams
Rosie Fishel

Series Production Manager
Jane Buckwalter

Business Affairs
Arlen Applebaum, Esq.

Series Publicist
Thirteen/WNET New York's Communication Group

Director of Cultural and Arts Programs
Barry Schulman

Supervising Producer
Julie Sacks

Series Producer
Prudence Glass

Executive Producer
Susan Lacy

This program was produced by Thirteen/WNET New York and Florentine Films/Hott Productions, Inc., which are solely responsible for its content.

A Production of Thirteen/WNET New York and
Florentine Films/Hott Productions, Inc.
American Masters
© 2006 Educational Broadcasting Corporation and Florentine Films/Hott Productions, Inc.

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