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"The Directors" The Films of David Cronenberg (1999)

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Director:
Writer:
Robert J. Emery (written by)
Original Air Date:
1999 (Season 1, Episode 10)
Plot:
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Cast

 (Episode Cast)

Brooke Adams ... Herself

Marilyn Chambers ... Herself

David Cronenberg ... Himself

Willem Dafoe ... Himself

Deborah Harry ... Herself

Holly Hunter ... Herself

Michael Ironside ... Himself

Jennifer Jason Leigh ... Herself
Dave Mann ... Himself - Voice Over Announcer

Peter Weller ... Himself

Anthony Zerbe ... Himself

Episode Crew
Directed by
Robert J. Emery 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Robert J. Emery  written by

Produced by
Robert J. Emery .... producer
Susanne K. Emery .... associate producer
Milt Felsen .... executive producer
Tony Grotiovsky .... associate producer (as Tony Grohovsky)
Jeanne Johnson .... segment producer
Michael Kennedy .... segment producer
Michael Sarcona .... segment producer
 
Cinematography by
Robert J. Emery 
Dan Eriksen 
Michael P. Kelly 
Matthew May  (as Matthew C. May)
Paul Neal 
Mark Ritchie 
 
Film Editing by
Robert J. Emery 
 
Makeup Department
Carrie Angland .... hair stylist
Carrie Angland .... makeup artist
Bonni Flowers .... hair stylist
Bonni Flowers .... makeup artist
Lee Garland .... hair stylist
Lee Garland .... makeup artist
Karma Ritchie .... hair stylist (as Karma J. Karel)
Karma Ritchie .... makeup artist (as Karma J. Karel)
 
Art Department
Don Mitchell .... graphics
 
Sound Department
John Bianchi .... sound recordist (as John A. Bianchi)
Mark Harper .... sound recordist
Greg Mitchell .... sound recordist
Derek Nelson .... sound recordist
Michael Scotto .... sound recordist
Brian West .... sound recordist
 
Editorial Department
Michael Kohl .... assistant editor
Vincent M. Maza .... on-line editor
 
Music Department
Kevin Kelly .... music supervisor
Diane Prentice .... music clearances (as Diane Prentiss)
 
Other crew
Howell Begle .... film clips clearances
Steven Belgard .... publicist
Erin Coss .... production coordinator
James Hindman .... representative: American Film Institute
Michael Zachary .... production trainee
 
Thanks
David Cronenberg .... acknowledgment: stills and clips provided by
Mario Kassar .... acknowledgment: stills and clips provided by
Sidney Kimmel .... acknowledgment: stills and clips provided by
Sandra Tucker .... special thanks
Andrew G. Vajna .... acknowledgment: stills and clips provided by (as Andrew Vajna)
 

Series Crew
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Cinematography by
John Lamborn (season 2)
 
Art Department
Suzanne Heintz .... graphics
 
Sound Department
Bruce Abrams .... sound recordist (season 2)
John Shepphird .... sound recordist (season 2)
 
Editorial Department
Suzanna Cimato .... assistant editor (season 2)
Stephen Conklin .... post-production assistant (season 2)
Karey Kersey .... post-production coordinator
Domingo Morales .... on-line editor (season 2)
 
Other crew
Lisa Bentsen .... production coordinator (season 2)
 

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USA:60 min
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Nice Interview with Cronenberg, 11 January 2012
Author: Michael_Elliott from Louisville, KY

Directors, The: The Films of David Cronenberg (1999)

*** 1/2 (out of 4)

Director David Croenberg sits down for the interview as he discusses his films and how he ended up getting into the business. Holly Hunter, Marilyn Chambers, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Michael Ironside, Peter Weiler, Brooke Adams, Deborah Harry and Willem Dafoe are among the people interviewed and who share their opinions on the sometimes controversial director. Cronenberg starts off talking about how he thought he'd be a novelist but the New York underground movement made him realize that he could make movies. From here we learn about the making of SHIVERS, RABID, SCANNERS, VIDEODROME, THE FLY, THE DEAD ZONE, DEAD RIDGERS, NAKED LUNCH, CRASH and EXISTENZ. If you're familiar with the series then you know that these episodes are for fans of the director as well as those unfamiliar with the director's work but wants to know more about the films. Cronenberg is very open here sharing his feelings about not only his films but also other topics including his relationship with movie critics. Some of the best stories happen about the making of his early movies like SHIVERS and RABID and seeing how much money they ended up making the studios. There's also a large discussion about the controversy behind CRASH and how his agent begged him not to do it and instead wanted him to work on THE JUROR with Demi Moore. Overall this is another very good entry in the series that will certainly please fans of Cronenberg.

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