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Harp, Reggie Williams, Robert Th ompson, Ray Cherry, Verrane Tucker 16mm black and white, 84 mins. My Brother’s Wedding (1983; director’s cut 2007) Charles Burnett Productions, Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (Milestone Film & Video, 2007) Executive Producer: Gaye Shannon-Burnett Producer: Charles Burnett Associate Producer: Brigitte Kramer Supervising Producer: Earl C. Williams Sr. Director: Charles Burnett Screenplay: Charles Burnett Cinematography: Charles Burnett Editor: Th omas M. Penick Executive Editor: Charles Burnett (director’s cut by Charles Burnett and Ed

municipality located within the larger city of Long Beach, California. Johnson served there in 1981, when Ron Settles, a black football player at California State Long Beach, was arrested and found severely beaten and hanging dead in his jail cell. Signal Hill claimed the death was a suicide. No charges were fi led against offi cers at the station, but lawyer Johnnie Cochran succeeded in forcing the city to pay a settlement to the Settles family. Th e Glass Shield ’s executive producer, Chet Walker, brought the Welsh screenplay to Burnett’s attention, but because of

film adaptation as “a gaudy abortion,” claim that the final song “was excised from the movie because Paramount executive producer Buddy g. DeSylva, himself a songwriter, did not like Weill’s style and was upset that the movie (and this song) referred to the leading lady’s mental aberrations.” 39 Maggie, Liza’s assistant, seems to have similar qualms about her boss’s psy- choanalysis. When Liza gains insight into her unequal relationships with Kendall and randy (the former providing a father substitute, the latter wanting her to dominate him), she rejects them

, both the artists and other overseers who do the hiring and the support people they hire, may also have motives more or less extraneous to the production of the work at hand. Pauline Kael gives the particularly egregious example of the executive producer who "packaged the deal" for the film version of Mary McCarthy's novel The Group: [his] enthusiasm for the project had little to do with the literary qualities or dramatic potential of Miss McCarthy's work, but on [sic] the gorgeous possibility of getting options on a bunch of inexpensive, luscious young

Nordhoff and James Norman Hall Executive Producer Lorenzo Semple, Jr. Director of Photography Sven Nykvist, A.S.C. Music composed by Nino Rota Film Editor Sam O'Steen Production, Costumes and Sets designed by Danilo Donati Second Unit Director Frank Clark 1st assistant director Jose Lopez Rodero 2nd assistant director Fred Viannellis 3rd assistant director Ginette Angosse Lopez Assistant to director George Oddner Second unit assistant director Giovanni Soldati Second unit assistant manager Goran Setterberg Camera operator Edward Lachman Second unit