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"SGU Stargate Universe" Faith (2010)

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Director:
Writers:
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Original Air Date:
16 April 2010 (Season 1, Episode 13)
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Now firmly in control again, Col. Young and the other military personnel try to find a way to live with... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Episode Crew
Directed by
William Waring 
 
Writing credits
Brad Wright (creator) &
Robert C. Cooper (creator)

Denis McGrath (written by)

Produced by
Carl Binder .... executive producer
Robert C. Cooper .... executive producer
George Horie .... line producer (as George F. Horie)
Jennifer Johnson .... associate producer
John G. Lenic .... producer
Joseph Mallozzi .... consulting producer
Andy Mikita .... co-producer
Paul Mullie .... consulting producer
N. John Smith .... executive producer
Brad Wright .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Joel Goldsmith (music by)
 
Cinematography by
James Alfred Menard (director of photography) (as Jim Menard)
 
Film Editing by
Brad Rines 
 
Casting by
Paul Weber 
 
Production Design by
James Robbins  (as James C.D. Robbins)
 
Art Direction by
Chris Beach 
 
Set Decoration by
Mark Davidson 
Tedd Kuchera 
 
Costume Design by
Valerie Halverson 
 
Makeup Department
Forest Sala .... hairstylist
Fay von Schroeder .... makeup artist
Vincenza Celentano-Smith .... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
Amanda Kuryk .... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
George Horie .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Vince Coates .... second assistant director
Alex Pappas .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Steve Craine .... paint coordinator
Kenny Gibbs .... property master (as Kenny L. Gibbs)
Scott Wellenbrink .... construction coordinator
Gordon Bellamy .... supervisor: prop makers, sculptors, model makers (uncredited)
Trevor Purvis .... set dresser (uncredited)
Samantha Schell .... buyer (uncredited)
Steve Sisko .... props truck supervisor (uncredited)
Yasmine Wallace .... props buyer (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Jay Cheetham .... sound editor
Kelly Cole .... re-recording mixer
Iain Pattison .... re-recording mixer
Patrick Ramsay .... sound mixer
Steve Smith .... sound designer
Brian Campbell .... dialogue editor (uncredited)
Joe Watts .... foley mixer (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Wray J. Douglas .... special effects coordinator (as Wray Douglas)
Scott Stofer .... special effects coordinator (as C. Scott Stofer)
 
Visual Effects by
Stephen Bahr .... in house digital effects coordinator
Sonia Henkel .... visual effects coordinator (as Sonia Gilmore)
Viv Jim .... in house lead compositor
Michael Lowes .... in house visual effects artist
Kodie Mackenzie .... in house compositor (as Kodie MacKenzie)
Billy Martin .... in house visual effects artist (as Bill Martin)
Krista McLean .... in house digital effects supervisor
Krista McLean .... matte paintings
Lisa Nolan .... in house visual effects artist
Wes Sargent .... in house visual effects artist
Mark Savela .... visual effects supervisor
Luke Vallee .... in house compositor (as Luke P. Vallee)
Nick Hsieh .... digital compositor (uncredited)
 
Stunts
James Bamford .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jesse Emery .... chief lighting technician
Greg Fox .... camera operator
Ryan Purcell .... camera operator
John Zulinski .... key grip
Michael Bailey .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Lee Gibeau .... grip (uncredited)
Ted Smith .... first assistant camera (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Corinne Clark .... casting: Canada
Sandra-Ken Freeman .... extras casting
Jennifer Lurey .... casting associate: US
Jennifer Page .... casting: Canada
Jaye Riske .... casting associate (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Flavio Bidese .... on-line editor
Ryan Malone .... assistant editor
Kerry McDowall .... post production coordinator
Bob Dewald .... second assistant editor (uncredited)
Frank Robinson .... colorist: Deluxe Vancouver (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Rick Chadock .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
David R. Anderson .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
John K. Alexander .... location manager (as John Alexander)
Tanja Balic .... production coordinator
Lawren Bancroft-Wilson .... script coordinator
David Magee .... production coordinator
Terry J. Murray .... script supervisor (as Terry Murray)
Julie Anne Rieder .... production accountant (as Julie Rieder)
John Scalzi .... creative consultant
David Tamkin .... assistant location manager
Sarah Tarry .... legal counsel: Heenan Blaikie LLP
Carol Marks-George .... unit publicist (uncredited)
 
Crew verified as complete


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Runtime:
44 min | UK:60 min
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Goofs:
Factual errors: The people on the planet communicate by radio with people on the ship without any delay. There would be a noticeable delay even if the ship were as close as Earth's moon, and Destiny is apparently MUCH farther away. There should be a delay of at least a few minutes.See more »
Quotes:
Lt. Matthew Scott:What if we were meant to stay there? All of us? What if that planet was our lifeline and we just let it go?
Colonel Everett Young:I can't pretend to answer that, Matthew. No one can.
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Soundtrack:
Stargate Universe End ThemeSee more »

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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
exquisite, 5 October 2012
Author: robrosenberger from Jersey City

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Depending upon the life experience you bring to this, you might be tempted to call it the most exquisitely-rendered human character drama in the history of science fiction. And you might be right. From the moment you realize that you're watching the show's breakthrough episode, your eyes may widen in your determination to not miss a single breath. You may laugh. Your chest may tighten. Destiny is brought out of FTL by a star and planet that shouldn't be there. In the month that it will take them to leave its gravity well, they send a crew to the surface. The discovery of an obelisk leads to the conclusion that this solar system was created by aliens. Eleven people decide that staying on the planet is preferable to returning to Destiny. Back on the ship, Young and Rush know that losing so many might cripple their chances to survive. The debate they share with Ming-Na is powerful, and stunningly unforced. All the human conflicts in this episode are breathtakingly rendered, and feel real in ways that few products of any genre do. The element of faith is brought in, as pertains to both god and a higher meaning in life; this too is perhaps the first time these issues have felt so rawly, unpatronizingly real in the sci fi universe. Choices will surprise you, and your ability to project how it will end is negated. At the heart of the episode is Alaina Huffman, as the ship's medical officer. She is pregnant, and the thought of raising a child on a sterile, possibly-doomed starship is unacceptable. Young's solution is unexpected, and as perfect as every other thread in this tapestry.

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