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4 American Filmmakers talking about LIFE and MOVIES with a silent host.
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Cast

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John McNaughton ... Himself

Harold Ramis ... Himself

John Sayles ... Himself

Forest Whitaker ... Himself

Kevin Mukherji ... Silent Host

Directed by
Kevin Mukherji 
 
Produced by
Kevin Mukherji .... producer
 
Original Music by
Penka Kouneva 
 
Cinematography by
Michael C. Clark 
 
Film Editing by
Kevin Mukherji 
 
Art Department
Gary Yates .... props
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kevin Mukherji .... additional camera operator
Joe Weinshenker .... still photographer
 
Editorial Department
Luis Frausto .... post-production advisor
Allen Hayden .... post-production coordinator
Dwayne Hayden .... post-production advisor
Sean Vernaglia .... post-production coordinator
 
Other crew
Derek Braasch .... production associate
Renji George .... production associate
Wynman Hall .... production associate
Charles M. Newman .... production associate
Waqar Rafiqi .... production associate
Howie Samuelsohn .... production coordinator
Heidi Wolf .... production coordinator
 
Thanks
Rose Caranow .... special thanks
Amin Q. Chaudhri .... special thanks
Michael Connor .... special thanks
Mark Foster .... special thanks
Jay Harik .... special thanks
Steven A. Jones .... special thanks
Rich Komenich .... special thanks
Quentin Lee .... special thanks
Bijan Mukherji .... special thanks
Jyotsna Mukherji .... special thanks
Chuck Parello .... special thanks
Carlos Sanz .... special thanks
Laurel A. Ward .... special thanks (as Laurel Ward)
 

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Excellent film about the process of getting the indie film to the public., 3 October 2005
Author: Derek Braasch (Scompies@aol.com) from United States

One of the best films about the independent film industry. Director Kevin Mukherji shows his love for the industry. His respect is shown for the indie crew by interviewing four integral and inspirational filmmakers in the independent field. These directors are John Sayles, John McNaughton, Forest Whitaker, and Harold Ramis who give us insight about how a film comes to life from story concept to marketing the completed product. Mukherji definitely shows his craft and has a refreshing way of interviewing the directors as a silent host for the entirety of the film with only glimpses of Kevin seen throughout "Storytellers". Check out his other film "Death and Taxis" a must see.

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