November 13th, 2010
Genius Within: The Inner Life of Glenn Gould
Production Credits

A Film By

Michèle Hozer & Peter Raymont

Directed by
Michèle Hozer & Peter Raymont

Producer
Peter Raymont

Editor
Michèle Hozer

Director of Photography
Walter Corbett

Sound
Bruce Cameron

SUPERVISING PRODUCER
Kelly Jenkins

CREATIVE CONSULTANTS
Diana Holtzberg
Susan Lacy

ARCHIVAL MATERIALS RESEARCH & CLEARANCE
Monica Penner

PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR
Helene C. Valinsky

ASSISTANT EDITOR
Darby MacInnis

RESEARCH CONSULTANT
Kevin Bazzana

TITLE DESIGN/MOTION GRAPHICS
Justin Tripp

ORIGINAL RESEARCH/CONSULTANT
Michael Clarkson

ADDITIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Nicholas Blair
David Malysheff
Edward Marritz
Andrew Speller
Bill Turnley

ADDITIONAL SOUND RECORDING
Tom Bergin
Doug Dunderdale
Bruce Engler
Brent Haliskie
Eric Lamontagne
Mark Maloof
Bob Withey

STILLS PHOTOGRAPHY
Peter Bregg
Arash Moallemi
Steve Simon

POST PRODUCTION COORDINATOR
Daniel Montgomery

PRODUCTION COORDINATORS
Dylan Cook
Rita Su

PHOTO DOUBLE
Joe Taylor
Ian Temple

HAIR/MAKE-UP
Indiana Allemang
Darvell Freeman
Jennifer Martin

PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS/DRIVERS
Joel Cameron
Jeyda Elsasser
Tony Gratel
Susannah Heath-Eves
Becky Parson
Tom Perry
Jessica Rust-Smith
Ian Temple

ONLINE EDITOR
Steve McDonald

COLOURIST
Arlene Moelker

SOUND SUPERVISOR/MUSIC EDITOR
Russell Walker

RE-RECORDING MIXER
Ian Rodness

DIALOGUE EDITOR
Steve Payne

SOUND EFFECTS EDITOR
Jakob Thiesen

POST-PRODUCTION FACILITIES
The Cutting Factory
Creative Post
Kitchen Sync

FOR WHITE PINE PICTURES

ASSISTANT TO PETER RAYMONT
Darren Bryenton

MARKETING MANAGER
Davida Gragor

VICE PRESIDENT
Janice Dawe

HEAD OF FINANCE
Caroline Murphy

PRODUCTION ACCOUNTANT
Candis Buder

LEGAL AFFAIRS
Maja Lees

ARCHIVAL MATERIALS
BBC Motion Gallery
CBC Radio Archives
CBC Still Photo Collection
CBC TV Archive Sales
CBS Photo Archive
Warren Collins
CORBIS
Framepool
Gallery of Digital Images, LLC
GetStock.com
Historic Films Archive, LLC
Walter Homburger
Library & Archives Canada
Dr. Helen Mesaros
New York Public Library
Sony Music Entertainment
Sun Media Corp.
WPA Film Library
Ina-Institut national de l’audiovisuel
Library of Congress/Aaron Copeland Collection
National Film Board of Canada
University of Toronto Archives
ApexStock
Archive Films
Getty Images
Image Bank Film
Reg Lancaster/Hulton Archive
Frank Martin/Hulton Archive
David Redfern/Redferns
Triangle Collection
Alfred Eisenstaedt/Time & Life Pictures
Evening Standard/Hulton Archive
Carl Mydans/Time & Life Pictures
Gordon Parks/Time & Life Pictures

Bernstein/Gould photography by Richard Avedon
Columbia Records, March 7, 1961
©2009 The Richard Avedon Foundation

Bentley Historical Library/University of Michigan

Footage of Gould on the beach, and various stills: Jock Carroll

Paul Rockett image courtesy of Elliott Contemporary, Toronto

Don Hunstein (c) Sony Music Entertainment

Russian State Documentary Film and Photo Archives (RGAKFD)

Dan Weiner: © John Broderick, Courtesy Robert Mann Gallery, NYC

York University Libraries, Clara Thomas Archives & Special Collections

The Creative Performer, Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic, 1960.

Used by permission of The Leonard Bernstein Office, Inc.

“The Ed Sullivan Show”

courtesy of its copyright owner,

SOFA Entertainment, and Historic Films Archive, LLC.

All Sony Music Entertainment owned master recordings as performed by Glenn Gould, provided courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment by arrangement with Sony Music Entertainment Canada Inc.

“Downtown”
Words and lyrics: Tony Hatch, Performed by Petula Clark
Sony Music Entertainment Canada Inc., Universal Music Publishing

“Who Am I?”
Word and lyrics: Tony Hatch/Yvonne Harvey, Performed by Petula Clark
Courtesy of Sanctuary Records under licence from Universal Music Publishing

“Leonard Bernstein Speech”
Sony Music Entertainment, Leonard Bernstein Office, Inc.

“Creole Girl”
Performed by The Duke of Iron, Trad. arr. by Cecil Anderson
Published by Spunky Monkey Music, Courtesy of Radiophone Archives

“Lieder der Ophelia”
©1981 by Bote & Bock Musik – UND Buhneverlag GMBH & Co.,
Berlin (A Boosey & Hawkes Company)

“Piano Sonata No. 7, Opus 83″
Written by: Sergei Prokofiev
Published by: Boosey & Hawkes, an Imagem Company

SPECIAL THANKS
Chris Brands
Thatcher Brown
The Carlu
Jack Coghill
Yosif Feyginberg
Roy Harris
Melissa Hart & Sam Cronk
Hart House
Katie Hefner
Walter Homburger
Jumeirah Essex House Hotel
John McGreevy
Bruno Monsaingeon
James Moyer
Chris and Ann Myers
Faye Perkins
Plan Canada
Stephen Posen
Patrick Reed
Jan Rofekamp
Stephen Segaller
Tom Shipton
The Sutton Place Hotel
Matthew Teitelbaum
Che Williams
James Wright Ph.d.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Canadian Museum of Civilization

Carleton University, School of Studies in Art and Culture: Music

Mount Pleasant Group of Cemeteries

Royal Conservatory of Music, Telus Centre for Performing & Learning

St. Paul’s Anglican Church (Bloor Street)

PRODUCED WITH THE CO-OPERATION OF THE ESTATE OF GLENN GOULD

PRODUCED WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF
Government of Canada
Ontario Media Development Corporation
Canada Media Fund
Telefilm Canada
Technicolor

PRODUCED IN ASSOCIATION WITH
NPS
Commissioning Editor Annemiek Van Der Zanden
Films Transit International
TVOntario
ZDF / ARTE
Commissioning Editor Hans-Robert Eisenhauer
SVT
Commissioning Editor Hjalmar Palmgren
Bravo! Canada
Production Executive
Charlotte Engel

For American Masters

Series Theme Music Composed by
Thomas Wagner

Series Title Designed by
B. T. Whitehill

Music Services
Rosie Fishel
Emily Lee

Business Affairs
Odell Nails

Series Publicist
WNET.ORG’s Communications Group

Production Supervisor
Junko Tsunashima

Production Manager
Jane Buckwalter

Supervising Producer
Julie Sacks

Series Producer
Prudence Glass

American Masters
Executive Producer
Susan Lacy

This program was produced by White Pine Pictures, which is solely responsible for its content.

A Production of  White Pine Pictures

PRODUCED BY WHITE PINE PICTURES

© 2009 GG PRODUCTIONS INC.

  • craig b leman

    Wonderful film. I missed identification of some of the individuals who appeared in the film. Why not list them- at least, the musicians- in the credits?
    Otherwise, a marvelous achievement.

  • Mary-Minn Sirag

    What was the operatic aria? And who was the singer?

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