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Scott Free Productions and Argonaut Pictures present A Film by Jake Scott WELCOME TO THE RILEYS James Gandolfini Kristen Stewart Melissa Leo Producers: Michael Costigan, Scott Bloom, Giovanni Agnelli, Ridley Scott, & Tony Scott Length: 110 mins Aspect ratio: 1.85 Reels Nr: 7 reels Sound: Dolby SRD SALES CONTACT ContentFilm International 225 Arizona Ave, Suite 250, Santa Monica, CA 90401, USA t: 1 310 576 1059 | f: 1 310 576 1859 19 Heddon Street, London, W1B 4BG, UK t: 44 20 7851 6500 | f: 44 20 7851 6506 www.contentfilm.com SYNOPSIS In director, Jake Scott's WELCOME TO THE RILEYS the lives of Doug and Lois Riley (James Gandolfini and Melissa Leo) have been derailed by the loss of their daughter eight years ago. While at a business convention in New Orleans Doug encounters Mallory (Kristen Stewart), a young woman working in a strip club struggling to survive, who unexpectedly compels the Rileys to reclaim their marriage. From Scott Free and Argonaut Pictures comes an unusual story of love lost and found. DIRECTOR’S Q&A Q: What is this film about? And how did the project and cast come together? It’s about a man coming to terms with the loss of his daughter through an unlikely relationship with a teenage stripper and prostitute; a film about learning to live with ‘uncontrollable forces’. I met with James Gandolfini early on and within minutes became convinced that he was the perfect choice to play Doug. The same went for Kristen who grabbed my attention in Into the Wild. She walked through the door and that was it. Lois was harder. Melissa had been a contender from the outset as far as I was concerned. To get financed we had to find a ‘name’ which I endeavored to do. We eventually cast someone who had to pull out 3 weeks before shooting. Melissa had just received critical praise for Frozen River, so I put her name forward and that was it! For me, this was the best cast for the film. The script was handed to me by Michael Costigan after I’d told him I was looking for something character driven. Ken Hixon had written this script on spec; the characters had been living in his head and he was compelled to just write it, despite the obstacle of getting an independent film made. Ken was incredibly open and generous during the process, which was unhindered by committee decisions. Michael protected this relationship honorably, a first in my experience. Steve Zallian liked the script and lent his support which was a vital boost to our getting financed. After several frustrating potential partnerships we met with Gio and Scott from Argonaut Pictures. They were incredibly receptive and engaged with our view of the film enough to be willing to finance it. They were the ideal partners, supportive to the last. Q: Over what course of time did you begin and finish shooting? 28 days during the autumn of 2008. Q: What was your favorite scene to shoot in the film? When Lois first meets Mallory; the three main characters are together for the first time. I made a last minute decision to block it off one tracking shot. It was exciting and brought spontaneity to the performances that was unbeatable. It was really fun to do. Q: Are there any great stories or anecdotes from working on the set you can share? We were shooting in a tough district of New Orleans, the Bywater, which sits between the French Quarter and the North Ward, which was ravished during Katrina. It was the end of a long night shoot and we were on a process trailer filming an intense scene between Jim and Kristen. It was about 2am but this being NOLA there were still a lot of people about. As we approached a gas station we saw that a large crowd had gathered around the floodlit forecourt and that there were emergency vehicles, flashing lights and an eerie silence; everything incredibly still. As we passed the horror of the scene became apparent. A young man was kneeling with his head on the ground as if in prayer, a cop standing nearby holding a firearm. At first it seemed as if this was an unusual form of submission until you saw the wide pool of blood around the boys’ head. Further along another young man was lying against the side of the gas station kiosk, blood smeared on the wall. In a bizarre irony, the assembled witnesses, cops included, turned to stare at us, a movie shoot with our lights and cameras as we in turn stared back at them in mutual shock. We were later told that the two teenaged boys had smoked formaldehyde laced crack which had sent them into a terrible rage and they had dashed their own brains out by smashing their heads into the ground. Reality and fiction passed on a tragic night. Q: What were your biggest challenges during filming? We wanted to shoot in a real location for its authenticity, and the bloody noise of freight train horns and ships on the Mississippi in the Bywater was literally constant! You can hear them all over the soundtrack, a great atmospheric detail that Jim even comments on during a night scene with Kristen. It became particularly distracting during a certain night when I had decided to re-shoot a scene with Jim and Melissa, culminating in a Fire Engine going through shot sirens wailing and lights blazing. Uncontrollable forces at work! That’s what also makes it exciting. Q: What do you want people to take away from this film? Hope. ABOUT THE CAST James Gandolfini James Gandolfini has made his mark in a variety of roles in more than 20 motion pictures and television programs. Recently, he completed a successful Broadway run and received a Tony nomination for the Tony Award-winning play “God of Carnage,” starring alongside Marcia Gay Harden, Jeff Daniels and Hope Davis. His recent film credits include director Spike Jonze's adaptation of Maurice Sendak's classic children's story “Where the Wild Things Are,” Tony Scott’s remake of “The Taking of Pelham 123” and the independent feature “In the Loop.” On the small screen, he executive produced the Emmy-nominated HBO Documentary Film “Alive Day Memories: Home From Iraq,” a moving documentary that surveys the physical and emotional cost of war through soldiers' memories of the day they narrowly escaped death in Iraq. Gandolfini conducted interviews in which the soldiers shared their feelings on their future, their severe disabilities and their devotion to the country. Gandolfini also starred in the Emmy Award-winning HBO drama series “The Sopranos,” portraying the series lead, Tony Soprano. His portrayal of the mob boss brought him three Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series. He has also won four Screen Actors Guild Awards, including two for Outstanding Male Actor in a Drama Series and two shared with “The Sopranos” cast for Outstanding Ensemble Cast. Gandolfini's other films include: “Romance & Cigarettes,” starring opposite Susan Sarandon and Kate Winslet, directed by John Turturro, with Joel and Ethan Coen producing; “Lonely Hearts,” with John Travolta and Salma Hayek; director Steve Zaillian's “All the King's Men,” starring opposite Sean Penn and Jude Law; Mike Mitchell's “Surviving Christmas,” opposite Ben Affleck; the Coen Brothers’ “The Man Who Wasn't There”; “The Last Castle,” directed by Rod Lurie and starring Robert Redford; Gore Verbinski's “The Mexican,” starring Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts; Steve Zaillian's “A Civil Action,” with John Travolta and Robert Duvall; Sidney Lumet's “Night Falls on Manhattan,” with Andy Garcia and Lena Olin; “Get Shorty,” with Danny DeVito and John Travolta; Tony Scott's “Crimson Tide,” starring Gene Hackman and Denzel Washington; “Angie,” with Geena Davis; and his first Tony Scott picture, “True Romance,” starring Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette. Kristen Stewart Kristen Stewart is currently starring in the second film in “The Twilight Saga,” “New Moon” in the lead role of ‘Bella Swan.’ She will next be seen as Joan Jett in “The Runaways,” the rock ‘n’ roll biopic of the 1970’s all-girl band and the film “Welcome to the Rileys,” opposite James Gandolfini and Melissa Leo; both films will premiere at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. In addition to this, she will have a third film in “The Twilight Saga,” “Eclipse.” Of her character, Mallory, in “Welcome to the Rileys,” Stewart says, "This was a very ambitious project for me - Mallory is a character detached from human compassion who is on the verge of no return. Jake Scott was the perfect person to direct this; a good man, really smart, collaborative and emotionally aware." Introduced to worldwide audiences with her outstanding performance alongside Jodie Foster in “Panic Room,” Stewart most recently starred in “Adventureland,” and “Into the Wild,” for director Sean Penn. Her additional film credits include “The Cake Eaters” for director Mary Stuart Masterson “Yellow Handkerchief” alongside William Hurt, “What Just Happened,” “In The Land of Women,” “The Messengers,” “Zathura,” “Speak,” “Fierce People,” “Catch That Kid,” “Undertow,” “Cold Creek Manor,” and “The Safety of Objects.” Melissa Leo Academy Award nominated actress Melissa Leo has been a staple in both film and television for over 20 years. Leo has received universal critical adulation for her virtuoso performance in Sony Pictures Classic’s “Frozen River” in which Leo stars as Ray Eddy, a mother who finds herself involved in smuggling across the American/Canadian border through Mohawk territory. The film premiered at The Sundance Film Festival in 2008 where it won the Grand-Jury prize for “Best Drama.” Melissa won the 2009 Film Independent Spirit Award for Best Actress for "Frozen River" along with the National Board of Review Spotlight Award, the San Sebastian International Film Festival's 'Silver Shell' Best Actress Award, Best Actress at the Marrakesh International Film Festival, a Gotham Independent Film Award for Breakthrough Actor, a Florida Film Critics Award for Best Actress, an Ohio Film Critics Award for Best Actress, the Santa Barbara International Film Festival Virtuoso Award, and recognition as one of Variety's 10 Actor's To Watch. Her performance has garnered nominations for a Screen Actors Guild Award for “Outstanding Lead Actress,” a Critics Choice Award for Best Actress, a Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress, and a Satellite Award for Best Actress Motion Picture, Drama and earned Leo her first Academy Award nomination for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Prior to “Frozen River”, Leo was most widely known for her portrayal of Detective Kay Howard on “Homicide: Life on the Streets” and for her outstanding work in “21 Grams” in which she starred opposite Benicio Del Toro and Sean Penn, “The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada” in which she starred opposite Dwight Yoakam and Tommy Lee Jones, and “Hide and Seek” in which she starred opposite Robert DeNiro. Leo studied Drama at Mount View Theatre School in London, England and later at the SUNY Purchase Acting Program ABOUT THE FILMMAKERS Jake Scott -Director Jake Scott has been directing commercials and music videos for over 15 years. Scott gained early directorial prominence with REM’s “Everybody Hurts”. It won multiple MTV awards, a Grammy Nomination and was inducted in the MVPA Hall of Fame in 2005. Scott has also directed highly acclaimed videos for U2, No Doubt, Radiohead, Smashing Pumpkins, The Strokes, George Michael, Lily Allen and Massive Attack. Scott has two videos in the MTV 100 best videos of all time. In 2003, Scott won an Emmy for Best Commercial, in addition to receiving three AICP awards and an Andy for his work on Nike’s “Move.” In 2005, Scott won a Silver Lion award in Cannes for his work with Adidas in addition to receiving two CLiO’s for the same brand spot. Also in that same year, Scott was nominated for a Grammy for direction of George Michaels’ “Flawless” for Best Music Video and received three AICP awards for his work with Nike’s “Magnet.” In 2008, his work on HBO’s “Voyeur” campaign won him a Grand Prix and a Cyber Lion at Cannes. Most recently, he completed his second film, "Welcome to the Rileys," starring Kristen Stewart, James Gandolfini and Academy Award nominee Melissa Leo. Ken Hixon -Writer and Executive Produer In May 2002 screenwriter Ken Hixon visited New Orleans to attend the wedding of a long-time friend, actor M.C. Gainey. Hixon and some friends dropped by Big Daddy’s, an infamous – now shuttered – Bourbon Street strip joint. Dancing on a small satellite stage in the back of the club was a young woman who appeared far too young and vulnerable to be a stripper. She became the nucleus of an idea that gradually evolved into “Welcome to the Rileys.” Hixon was born in Indianapolis and studied at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco. He is best known for writing “City By The Sea” (Michael Caton-Jones, 2002) starring Robert DeNiro, James Franco, and Frances McDormand and “Inventing The Abbotts” (Pat O’Connor, 1997) with Joaquin Phoenix, Liv Tyler, Billy Crudup, and Jennifer Connelly. His first screenplay credit was “Grandview, U.S.A.”(Randal Kleiser, 1984) starring Patrick Swayze, Jamie Lee Curtis and Jennifer Jason Leigh. Hixon was nominated for the Edgar Allan Poe Award from the Mystery Writers of America for his teleplays of “Secrets of the Father” (Beau Bridges, 1992) starring Beau Bridges and Lloyd Bridges and “Caught in the Act” (Deborah Reinisch, 1993) with Gregory Harrison, Leslie Hope, and Patricia Clarkson. Steve Zaillian – Executive Producer Writer and director Steve Zaillain received an Academy Award for his screenplay “Schindler’s List.” His other academy/nominated films include “Awakenings,” “The Falcon and the Snowman,” and “American Gangster.” As a director, Zaillian wrote and helmed the critically acclaimed “Searching for Bobby Fischer,” “A Civil Action,” and “All the King’s Men.” Michael Costigan - Producer Michael Costigan is President of Scott Free, Ridley and Tony Scott's production company which is based at 20th Century Fox. Scott Free most recently produced “Cyrus,” which Mark and Jay Duplass wrote and directed (“The Puffy Chair”) starring John C. Reilly, Marisa Tomei and Jonah Hill for Fox Searchlight; “Welcome to the Rileys,” directed by Jake Scott with James Gandolfini, Kristen Stewart and Melissa Leo starring; and “Cracks,” which Jordan Scott directed starring Eva Green and Juno Temple that IFC will release later this year. Scott Free, with Imagine Entertainment, is in post-production on “Robin Hood,” which Ridley Scott directed starring Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett for Universal and “Unstoppable,” directed by Tony Scott and starring Denzel Washington and Chris Pine. Costigan served as Executive Producer on “American Gangster,” “Taking of Pelham 1,2,3” and “Body of Lies.” Costigan made the transition to producing movies in 2004, with “Brokeback Mountain.” Directed by Ang Lee and adapted from the Annie Proulx short story by Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana, the film was nominated for Best Picture, and won Oscars for Best Director and Best Screenplay. Costigan began his career at Sony Pictures, where he was a production executive for nine years. As Executive Vice President of Production, he oversaw the acquisition, development and production of films including Milos Forman's Academy Award- nominated “ The People Vs. Larry Flynt”; James Mangold's “Girl, Interrupted”; McG's first installment of “Charlie’s Angels”; Guy Ritchie’s “Snatch”; Gus Van Sant's acclaimed “To Die For”; Andrew Niccol's debut film “Gattaca”; and Wes Anderson's debut feature “Bottle Rocket.” Next for Scott Free and Costigan is “Townhouse,” a new comedy to be directed by John Carney (“Once”) for Fox 2000. Principle photography is slated for August 2010. Giovanni Agnelli and Scott Bloom, Argonaut Pictures – Producers Launched in 2009, Argonaut Pictures is a $100 million private-equity fund with three partners: Giovanni Agnelli, Scott Bloom and Manny Mashouf. Agnelli and Bloom were partners before in multiple business ventures prior, and serve as Argonaut’s principals. Argonaut’s current films are in various stages of development. The list includes movies with budgets from $3 million to $60 million-plus. One of the biggest is Leonardo DiCaprio’s “Twilight Zone” project at Warner Bros. Argonaut is close to acquiring in turnaround, “White Jazz,” which was originally set to star George Clooney. Just completed is Jake Scott’s “Welcome to the Rileys,” starring James Gandolfini, Kristen Stewart and Oscar nominee Melissa Leo. The film is currently in dramatic competition at Sundance 2010. Prior to forming Argonaut Pictures, Scott and Giovanni formed Agnelli Bloom Enterprises. The new company served as an umbrella for multi levels of production and socio-political endeavors. The film and television division focused on development and acquisition of material based on real life biographies. Renaissance – In association with Leonardo DiCaprio and Appian Way. The historical epic, surrounding the lives of Leonardo Di Vinci and Borgia family Firecracker Boys – dark comedy about the start of the nuclear age, based on the best selling book by Dan O’Neill. Produced by Leonardo DiCaprio/Appian Way Make-A-Wish – Argonaut is launching a non-scripted division and this series documents the wish granting process of one of the world’s leading charity organizations, directed by Penny Marshall The A.B.E. Live event and nightlife production department focused on redevelopment concepts for under performing nightlife venues in Los Angeles. In June 2003, in partnership with Sam Nazarian’s SBE, The Coconut Teaser on Sunset Boulevard reopened as new venue Shelter Supper Club. A sophisticated operations platform was implemented to manage Shelter, and the venue quickly emerged as one of Los Angeles’ most popular celebrity nightlife destinations. The success was duplicated equally with Lobby, Hyde, Privilege, and Area. Agnelli and Bloom have also been active with non-profit organizations including The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Greater Los Angeles, Future Forests/The Carbon Neutral Company, the National Resource Defense Council, and Race to Erase MS. Chris Soos - Cinematographer Originally from Toronto, Canada, Chris Soos has rapidly become one of the most renowned Commercial, Music Video and Feature DPs in the United States. Known for his innovative technical expertise, Chris has worked on scores of award-winning commercials in the past 11 years. His groundbreaking visual style has been recognized with eleven Canadian Society of Cinematographers (CSC) nominations, including six awards for Best Cinematography in a Music Video. His first film, “Paranoia 1.0” debuted in the Dramatic Competition at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. His second feature, “Phantom Love,” received rave reviews at Sundance as well, in the New Frontier collection section. He lent both his incredible cinematic eye and his production skills to the acclaimed documentary “Anvil! The Story of Anvil.” Chris also shot Dominic Sena's thriller, “Whiteout,” starring Kate Beckinsale, which opened this year. His latest film is Jake Scott's drama, “Welcome to the Rileys,” with James Gandolfini and Kristen Stewart. It is premiering in the Dramatic Competition at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. Directed by JAKE SCOTT Written by KEN HIXON Produced by GIOVANNI AGNELLI SCOTT BLOOM Produced by MICHAEL COSTIGAN Executive Producer RIDLEY SCOTT TONY SCOTT Executive Producer STEVEN ZAILLIAN Executive Producers KEN HIXON MANNY MASHOUF Line Producer BERGEN SWANSON Director of Photography CHRISTOPHER SOOS, CSC Production Designer HAPPY MASSEE Edited by NICOLAS GASTER Casting by AVY KAUFMAN, C.S.A. ELIZABETH COULON, C.S.A. Costume Designer KIM BOWEN Music by MARC STREITENFELD A SCOTT FREE / ARGONAUT PICTURES PRODUCTION A JAKE SCOTT FILM CAST Doug Riley James Gandolfini Lois Riley Melissa Leo Mallory Kristen Stewart Jerry Joe Chrest Harriet Ally Sheedy Tara Tiffany Coty Vivian Eisa Davis Hamilton “Ham” Watkins Lance E. Nichols Brenda Peggy Walton Walker Sharon Sharon Landry Charlene Kathy Lamkin Waitress Kerry Cahill Danny Ken Hixon Randy Elliott Grey Ed David Jensen Ernie Greg DiLeo Parking Officer Deneen Tyler Sales Clerk Lara Grice Roger Jack Moore Desk Clerk George Eaton Driver James Holbrook Jay-Jay Chris Kuttruff Bondsman Kim Collins Day Manager Mark Adam Conventioneer Russell Steinberg Stunt Coordinator Jeff Galpin Assistant Stunt Coordinator Danny Cosmo Stunt Double Terra Grant Voice Over Actors Kimberly Bailey Janora McDuffie Noreen Reardon Andrea Baker Barbara Iley Terence Mathews Django Craig Doug Burch John Demita Levi Nunez Unit Production Manager Bergen Swanson First Assistant Director Jesse Nye Second Assistant Director Steve Lonano Co-producers Garrett Basch Malcolm Reeve Production Supervisor Danielle Blumstein Post Production Supervisor Teresa Kelly Scott Free Production Executive Maresa Pullman Set Decorator Tim Cohn First Assistant A-Camera Michael Charbonnet Second Assistant A-Camera Jonathan E. Robinson David “Cupcake” Edwards Steadicam Grayson Austin Camera Loader Lynda Vincent Script Supervisor Tony Osso Production Sound Mixers Noah Timan Boom Operators Scott Edelson Utility Sound Aaron Zeller Kyle Jenkins Video Assist Delphine Tandonnet-Blanche Assistant Costume Designer Costume Supervisor Kim Martinez Key Costumer Christy Hebert Crouch Set Costumer Julie Ebel Costume PA Kirsten Johnson Makeup Department Head Robin Mathews Key Makeup Artist Eden Orfanos Hair Department Head Paul Anthony Morris Key Hairstylist Amy Wood Assembly Editor Kim Gaster 1st Assistant Editor Kathleen Latlip 2nd Assistant Editor Bob Drwila Gaffer Michael B. McLaughlin Best Boy Electric Erskin Mitchell Rigging Gaffer Larry Dorsey, Jr. Best Boy Rigging Electric Andre’ M. Green Electricians Jacob Borck Scott Morrison Mike “Chewie” Pappas Key Grip Gilly Charbonnet Best Boy Grip L. T. McLemore, Jr. Dolly Grip Buddy Carr Grips Jeremy Webre Scott Luttrell Lucas Porterfield Rigging Key Grip Franklin D. Jones II Best Boy Rigging Grip Larry Clement Rigging Grips Gary Cadow Roland Egerton Chad Landry Property Master Leonard “Roach” Lavigueur Assistant Property Master Beau Harrison Props Assistant Molly Harrison Special Effects Coordinator Guy Clayton Special Effects Mandy Dormann Kip M. Taylor Production Coordinator Ruth Kesler Assistant Production Coordinator Arvid Cristina Production Secretary Rachael Meadow 2nd 2nd Assistant Director Cali Pomes Office Production Assistant Scott Fahrendorf Key Set Production Assistants Anthony Yuse John White Brian Mathews Gregory Cassin Assistant to Michael Costigan Miguel Reyes Assistant to Giovanni Agnelli & Carter Hall Scott Bloom Amy Ficken Assistant to Steve Zaillian Sam Hixon Assistant to Ken Hixon Assistant to Jake Scott Abbe Ertel Magid Dialect Coach Amy Chaffee Choreographer Gabrielle A. Chapin Assistant to James Gandolfini Mike Barnard Assistant to Melissa Leo Sam Birdsong Assistant to Kristen Stewart John Fahrendorf Art Department Coordinator Elizabeth Herberg Art Dept. Production Assistants Ashley Ebanks Michael O’Sullivan Leadman Danny Nick On Set Dresser Ryan Martin Dwyer Set Dressers Michael P. Dares Lawrence Heap Andrew C. Preen Durel Yates, Jr. Post Production Coordinator Jason Miller Post Production Sound by Wildfire Post (LOGO) Supervising Sound Editors Leslie Shatz Javier Bennassar ADR Supervisor Robert C. Jackson Dialogue Editor Mandell Winter ADR Editor Christopher Eakins Foley Editor Gouen Lee Assistant Sound Editor Callie Thurman Foley Artists James Bailey Doug Reed Foley Mixer Geordy Sincavage ADR Mixer Travis Mackay ADR Recordist Wade Barnett ADR Voice Casting Barbara Harris Re-Recording Mixers Leslie Shatz Mix Recordist Gabriel J. Serrano Digital Intermediate provided by Company 3 Executive Producer for Company 3 / Stefan Sonnenfeld Colorist Digital Intermediate Producer Nick Monton On-Line Editor Jon Van Wye Digital Intermediate Assist Todd Crawford Digital Intermediate Associate Amanda Weir Producer Company 3 Producer Missy Papageorge Digital Intermediate Executive Jackie Lee Digital Intermediate Technologist Mike Chiado Construction Coordinator Donald Miles Construction Foreman Frank J. Zito III Carpenter Key Scenic Victoria St. Pierre Scenic Foreman On Set Scenic Michael R. Seelig Scenic Thomas A. Grehan Location Manager Dana Hanby Assistant Location Manager Mickey Lambert Location Assistants Michael Dittmar Jonathan Porter Location Scout Stephen LeBlanc Production Accountant Kelley Baker Location Controller Keith Gaudin Payroll Accountant Maggie Martin Accounting Clerk Heather Holton Post Production Accounting by R.C. Baral & Company, Inc. Joel Baral Margaret Gomollon Legal Services provided by Christopher Tricarico, Tricarico Chavez LLP Still Photographers Skip Bolen Patti Perret Transportation Coordinator Dan Mortenson Transportation Captain Jerry Everett Transportation Co-Captain Oscar Austin, Jr. Picture Car Coordinator Anthony Forester Drivers June Wischler Willie C. Stringer, Jr. Edward Dorsey III Virgil Bienemy Samuel Wayne Beitz Rodney Smith Carlo Catalanotto Bruce Billings Reginald Smith Janet Galpin Jacklyn Gondrella Extras Casting Elizabeth Coulon Extras Casting Assistant James Hebert Matthew Paul Spriggs Catering Location Catering Service Ted Kantrow Chef Laurent Gaugneau Assistant Chef Wilfredo Leon Chef Assistant Adam Roberts Craft Service Kathleen Lynch Darrylin Young Gary Schruff Financing Services Provided by ADAM BETTERIDGE DAVID ROGERS Distribution Traders GRAHAM BARNES SIMON BISHOP DOMINIC BOON LAWRENCE BOON RICHARD BUTLER ROGER DOERY JOHN DOWNES ANDREW DYER IMAN HILL SHERIEF KHORSHID JONATHAN STUART MCCARTHY DERMOT O'CONNOR ROBERT POLL MATTHEW TURNER JONATHAN WEBB Set Medic Paul V. Fraser III Visual Effects by Invisible Effects Titles by H5 End Titles by Scarlet Letters Music Supervisor Randy Poster Music Consultant Allison Clark Music Editors Del Spiva Matt Fausak Scoring Credits Coming TBD – Marc S. Special Thanks Jefferson Parish Film Office Louisiana Film Office Michele Ramsey and Family Patricia Hoffmann And Joan Scheckel