Hello, He Lied & Other Truths from the Hollywood Trenches ()


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This documentary, shown on the American Movie Classics (AMC) cable channel, answers the question "What does a movie producer do?" It takes the viewer through every step of movie production.... See more »

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Shari Springer Berman
Robert Pulcini

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Lynda Obst ... (book "Hello, He Lied and Other Truths from the Hollywood Trenches") (uncredited)

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Jessica Falcon ... executive producer: American Movie Classics
Marc Juris ... executive producer: American Movie Classics
Julia King ... co-producer
Alicia Sams ... producer
Lynda Obst ... executive producer (uncredited)

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Leigh Roberts

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Sandra Chandler ... (uncredited)
Nelson Hume ... (uncredited)

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Tom Donahue

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Rob Hammer ... on-line editor
Jill Schweitzer ... assistant editor
Joseph Vassallo ... color corrector (as Joe Vassallo)

Production Management

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Tom Donahue ... post-production supervisor
Nancy McKenna ... executive in charge of production: American Movie Classics

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Miles Barken ... graphic designer
Leo Cullen ... graphic designer
Bran Dougherty-Johnson ... graphic designer
Eric Smith ... graphic designer

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Dennis Baxter ... sound
Scott Harber ... sound
Stacy Hruby ... sound
Gregory McKean ... sound
Dave Tews ... sound editor (as David Michael Tews)

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Daniel Kozman ... additional camera operator
Brian Pratt ... additional camera operator

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Miles Barken ... titles
Leo Cullen ... titles
Bran Dougherty-Johnson ... titles
Abigail Kende ... clearance
Senain Kheshgi ... coordinator: Los Angeles
Chris Miller ... source: stock footage
Eric Smith ... titles

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Elizabeth Joan Hooper ... thanks (as Elizabeth Hooper)

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Plot Summary

This documentary, shown on the American Movie Classics (AMC) cable channel, answers the question "What does a movie producer do?" It takes the viewer through every step of movie production. The process begins with finding suitable material to make into a film, and continues with pitching the idea to a studio, developing the script, finding the right talent (in front of and behind the camera), shooting the film, marketing the film, and finally, releasing the film at a gala premiere. The complete process can take several years. Written by David Glagovsky

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  • Hello, He Lied (United States)
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  • 46 min
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