Production Team


Directed and Produced by
ROBERT E. FRYE

Edited and co-Produced by
ANDREW FORD

Executive Producer
DIANE LOVE

Music by
ALAIN KREMSKI

Post Production Facilities
RANKO GAK
MIROSLAV GAK
GRS Systems, New York

Associate Editor and Online
MARTIN BURGA

Assistant Editor
LOUISE FORD

Production Associate & Translations
NAOKO SATO

Sound Mix
ALLAN GUS
Matlin Recording

Archival Research
BONNIE ROWAN

Graphics
TODD SINES
Scale Inc

Additional Music by
EUGENIA ZUKERMAN


Historical Voices in the Film


Camera Team


• New Mexico

Director of Photography
DOUG CRAWFORD
Delighted Eye Video

• France, Austria and United Kingdom

Director of Photography
JOHN ADDERLEY

Sound Recordist
JULIAN BALDWIN

Field Producer, United Kingdom
ESTHER RAPHAEL

Director of Photography, United Kingdom
FRANK BATTERSBY

• Japan

Director of Photography
MASAAKI OGUSHI

Sound Recordist
HIROSHI KUROSAWA

Field Producer
CLAUDIANNA BLANCO

Virgin Earth Productions
Hiroshima Film Commission

TOMOKO NISHIZAKI

Nagasaki Film & Media Commission
RURIKO SEKINE

• Norway

Director of Photography
ERIK HAUAN

Sound Recordist
CRAIG MORRIS

Second Camera
KNUT BJERKAN

Image Productions

• Iceland

Director of Photography
BJARNI FELIX BJAMASON

Sound Recordist
STEINGRIMUR E. GUDMUNDSSON

Production Coordinator
BRYNHILDUR BIRGISDOTTIR

Pegasus Productions
FRIDA MARIA

Makeup

• New York

Director of Photography
IAN MCGREW
MARCUS BLEECKER

Sound Recordist
STEVEN NELSON

Camera
JOHN GORDON ARKENBERG

Sound
MATT JANSON

Camera
ALEX CORN

• Las Vegas

Director of Photography
JEFF TAYLOR

Sound Recordist
EUGENE STEWARD

• Chicago

Camera
JOHN TERENDY

• Minneapolis

Camera
MATT EHLING

• Washington, D.C.

Director of Photography
GORDON HOOVER

Sound Recordist
TONI HOOVER

Camera
ELLIOT KLAYMAN

Sound
PAT O’DONNELL

• PRAGUE

Camera
RADEK LOUKOTA

Additional translations
ANNA VASSILIEVA
YONHEE KIM
ENES CHO
DAOI FREYR OLAFSSON
RITA KOMPELMAKHER

• Archival Footage

National Archives
Washington, D.C.

The Effects of the Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Filmed in black and white by NICHIEI PRODUCTIONS, TOKYO
September to November 1945

Color footage of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Filmed by DANIEL MCGOVERN, US Army Air Force
Spring 1946

Additional video courtesy of
NAGASAKI STUDENTS FOR WORLD PEACE

Media Services and Operations
Los Alamos National Laboratory

Lookout Mountain Productions

NBC News Archive

CBC Television Archive

RUV –Icelandic Television Archive

AP Archive

ITN Source Archive

Czech Television

Ronald Reagan Library

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library

The White House Media Library

Robert McNamara interview
ONLY-HD.com

United Nations Department of Public Information
News & Media Division
Archive Library

IAEA Archives

CTBTO Media Library (double check with Todd Vinson)

Carnegie Council

Owyheesound
Nathan Snyder

Still Photography

Photographs by YOSHITO MATSUSHIGE
Chogoku Newspaper, Hiroshima
Hiroshima, August 6, 1945

Photographs by
PAUL SHAMBROOM
www.paulshambroomart.com

Photographs by LESLEY MCINTYRE
Greenham Common 1983

Ronald Reagan Library

AP Photos

Library of Congress

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library

CTBTO Preparatory Commission

Federation of American Scientists

Robert DelTrechi

The Cast


BERTRAND BARRE
Professor Emeritus
Institut National des Sciences et Techniques Nucléaires

KENNETTE BENEDICT
Executive Director and Publisher
The Bulletin of The Atomic Scientists

JACK CARAVELLI
Author
Beyond Sand and Oil: The Nuclear Middle East

WAYNE COCROFT
Senior Investigator
English Heritage

OLA DAHLMAN
Nuclear Arms Control Negotiator

JAYANTHA DHANAPALA
President
Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs

SERGIO DUARTE
High Representative for Disarmament
United Nations Secretariat

MOHAMMED ELBARADEI
Director General (1997-2009)
International Atomic Energy Agency(IAEA)
Nobel Peace Prize 2005

VIGDIS FINNBOGADOTTIR
President of Iceland 1980 – 1996

HUGH GUSTERSON
Author
Nuclear Rites

SIEGFRIED HECKER
Director
Los Alamos National Laboratory
(1986-1997)

SHUNTARO HIDA, M.D.
Hiroshima Survivor

REBECCA JOHNSON
Executive Director
The Acronym Institute for Disarmament Diplomacy

JOSEPH MASCO
Author
The Nuclear Borderlands

JACK MATLOCK
US Ambassador to the Soviet Union 1987-1991

TOSHITERU OKUBO M.D.
Chairman (RERF)
Radiation Effects Research Foundation

WILLIAM POTTER
Director
James Martin Center for Non-Proliferation Studies
The Monterey Institute of International Studies

ELLEN WILDER BRADBURY REID
Manhattan Project Historian
Daughter of Ed Wilder
Manhattan Project Chemical Engineer

RICHARD RHODES
Author, Pulitzer Prize Winner
The Twilight of The Bombs

PAUL SHAMBROOM
Photographer, Author
Face to Face with the Bomb

TIBOR TOTH
Executive Secretary
Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization

Kazumichi Terai, Choirmaster
And The Himawari (‘Sunflower’) Choir

ANNA VASSILIEVA
Professor, The Russian Studies Program
The Monterey Institute of International Studies



Robert E. Frye

Robert E. Frye, is the Director and Producer of “In My Lifetime”.    This film started as the result of a personal journey which began in 1960 when Frye was in the US Army in Germany and the documentary tells one of the most urgent stories of our time on the continuing challenges and struggles dealing with nuclear weapons and fissile materials around the world.

Prior to becoming an independent filmmaker, Frye produced broadcasts at ABC News and other networks. He was the founding Executive Producer of ABC World News Tonight with Peter Jennings in 1983; while in this position he commissioned a ten part series entitled “The US-USSR: A Balance of Powers” telling the story of the Cold War conflict between the two superpowers and the dangers of nuclear weapons. He also was the Executive Producer of Good Morning America, News, and the creator of World News This Morning in 1982. From 1978 to 1982 Frye was the Senior Producer, World News Tonight based in London. His credits during this time included special projects; one was as the co-Executive Producer of a three hour prime time documentary entitled The Secret Negotiations, which at the time of its airing in 1981 told the exclusive story behind the release of the American hostages in Iran.  In 1969 and 1970 Frye was a Senior Producer for CBC Weekend, a weekly news magazine program originating from Toronto, which aired nationwide in Canada.

Bob has been an independent documentary producer and director since 1988.  In the fall of 2009 he completed a short documentary commemorating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall entitled “Freedom without Walls” which received a Gold Plaque from the Chicago International Film Festival’s INTERCOM in the non broadcast documentary competition.  In 2003 upon completion and the release of the feature length documentary Berlin Metamorphoses, telling the story of reunification, reconciliation and rebuilding of a city considered the epicenter of the Cold War, which was the last work as the result of a fifteen year exploration telling the story of the impact of World War II and the post war period on Berlin, Germany, as well as, the story of the Holocaust.  In the fall of 2006 he produced and released a three DVD set entitled The Berlin Trilogy, which included  The Berlin Airlift (PBS- July 1998), Berlin: Journey of a City (the story of Berlin from 1945 to 1994) and Kristallnacht: The Journey from 1938 to 1988 (PBS – November 1989).  All the documentaries had previously been broadcast on public television in the United States.

Frye also produced and directed The Journey of Butterfly (a story of the Nazi ghetto at Terezin in Czechoslovakia), an award winning documentary. In 2001 he produced and directed a one-hour documentary Russia: Facing the Future for Carnegie Corporation of New York.  Among the awards Frye has received for his work over the course of his career include the Emmy, two Dupont-Columbia Silver Batons, the Peabody, the Polk, the Christopher, the Rockie from the Banff Film Festival, the Golden Hugo from The Chicago International Film Festival, the Headliner, the IRE (Investigative Reporters) and three CINE Golden Eagles.

Andrew Ford

Ford’s IMDB link

Andrew Ford, the film editor and co-producer of “In My Lifetime”, a presentation of The Nuclear World Project, is also a producer specializing in multi-award winning long form documentaries and narrative features.

Ford’s recent credits include The Last Kiddie Ride (James Gandolfini and Famke Janssen, to be released 2010), A Walk to Beautiful (Emmy winner 2009, IDA best documentary feature 2007 winner, and winner of 5 film festival audience awards, released theatrically in 2008 and broadcast on Nova) and Killing Kasztner which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and currently playing theatrically in the U.S.

He also edited until the Light Takes Us (Golden Athena award winner for best documentary) on black metal music in Norway, currently playing theatrically all over the world.

Ford’s television editing includes being the editor on the Frontier House series for PBS which received an Emmy nomination, and the ground-breaking documentary series Family Bonds for HBO.

Ford’s background includes being an aeronautical engineer, as well as, having an extensive film and editing career in the United Kingdom, with credits for feature length documentaries and television documentary series which were broadcast on the BBC, Channel 4 and ITV. He moved to the United States in 2001.

Ford’s personal interest in working on this documentary has arisen from his desire to be involved in a socially relevant and what he feels is a vitally important subject, that of the future of our world and the impact of nuclear weapons, nuclear power and the challenges which face the world of the 21st century. Ford’s professional background and personal interest provide a perfect mix for telling this urgent story of our times.

Alain Kremski

The original music compostion for In My Lifetime was composed and performed by Alain Kremski in
collaboration with Charles Eddie, who recorded the sound, edited the music and mixed the musical underscore.
The following  are the music credits by Mr.  Kremski

« IN MY LIFETIME SUITE CONTINUUM »
Original Music
by Alain KREMSKI
In collaboration with Charles EDDI
Sound recording, music editing and mixing

&

Music composed & performed
by Alain KREMSKI :

« LA MONTAGNE DE LA GRANDE PURETE » ( Percussions )
CD produced by Wilfried Van BAELEN – Galaxy Studios, MOL, Belgium

« LES MUSIQUES DE L’ETERNEL RETOUR » ( Piano/Gongs )
« La Danse et l’Extase »
CD produced by Patrick MAZERY – ARCHANGE/MELODY

« EXILS »
« Méditation sur le Temps, l’Espace et la Mémoire»
CD produced by Patrick MAZERY – ARCHANGE/MELODY

« RESONANCE/MOUVEMENTS » ( Piano/Gongs )
« Sous les Etoiles Silencieuses »
« D’Ailleurs, l’Oiseau Annonciateur »
CD produced by Frédéric LEIBOVITZ Editor – CEZAME MUSIC

« TEMPS – ESPACE – MOUVEMENT » ( Pianos/Gongs)
« Rêve – Apesanteur – Liberté »
« Continu/Discontinu : Eau – Lumière – Mouvement »
CD produced by J.A.C. Paris
and
« LA NUIT AU MONT DES OLIVIERS » ( piano )
« Jardin Zen : dans l’Espace de la Tranquillité »
«  RAGA : « La Naissance de l’Aube » ( Piano – Gongs )
Music for piano interpreted by Alain KREMSKI :
ERIK SATIE : « Gymnopédie n° 1 »
BACH/SILOTI : Choral

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON ALAIN KREMSKI’S MUSIC
http://www.last.fm/music/Alain+Kremski