Filmmakers

Director
Paul Johansson

Writers
Ayn Rand – Novel
John Aglialoro – Screenplay
Brian Patrick O’Toole – Screenplay

Cinematographers
Ross Berryman

Editors
Jim Flynn

Casting Directors
Sharon Howard-Field
Ronnie Yeskel

Production Designers
John Mott

Set Decorators
Lori Mazuer

Costume Designers
Jennifer L. Soulages

Art Department
John P. Bozajian … assistant property master
John Brunot … property master
James J. Burke … graphic designer: re-shoot
Natalie Contreras … assistant property master
Joe Dea … storyboard artist
Ian McMains … set dresser
Drew Rebelein … construction coordinator

Sound Department
Richard Bullock Jr. … boom operator
Dennis Grzesik … sound mixer
David Holmes … sound mixer

Special Effects Department
John C. Hartigan … special effects coordinator

Casting Department
Candido Cornejo Jr. … casting assistant
Sharon Howard-Field … casting
Justin S. Lee … casting assistant
Jan F. Morris … casting assistant
Colby Peck … casting assistant
Ronnie Yeskel … casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department
Annalisa Adams … costumer
Raissa Bretaña … costume intern
Karen Hare … additional costumer
Erich A. Muller … set costumer

Editorial Department
Tim Brinker … assistant editor
Michael Cioni … digital intermediate supervisor
Justin S. Lee … post-production assistant

  • Kevin

    Where is the camera dept??????????

  • Kevin

    Where is the camera dept??????????

    • http://www.zader.com Joshua Zader

      Kevin, if you get me the info, I’ll post it!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_RIIJ2QQYPLBXQYGFHLKYODCRFI nathan

    Camera and Electrical Department
    Nick Centera …. camera intern
    Brian Christie …. best boy grip
    Houman Forough …. additional camera operator
    Houman Forough …. camera operator
    Miles Gutkin …. grip
    Ryan Hartford …. camera production assistant
    Kaoru Ishizuka …. additional second assistant camera: “a” camera
    Kevin Ivey …. key second assistant camera
    Lorna Leslie …. second assistant camera: additional photography
    Robert McFall …. grip
    Thomas McGough …. best boy electric (2010)
    Brittany Meadows …. camera production assistant
    Rich Pereksta …. first assistant camera
    Jens Piotrowski …. “a” operator/steadicam: additional
    Robert Reid …. key grip
    James Rydings …. additional first assistant camera: “a” camera
    Paul Saunders …. additional digital imaging technician
    Philip Shanahan …. key first assistant camera
    Ian Sherrington …. additional second assistant camera: “b” camera
    Ian Sherrington …. second assistant camera
    Von Thomas …. digital imaging technician
    Stefan von Bjorn …. a camera steadicam
    Nick Zeigler …. electrician

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_RIIJ2QQYPLBXQYGFHLKYODCRFI nathan

    Camera and Electrical Department
    Nick Centera …. camera intern
    Brian Christie …. best boy grip
    Houman Forough …. additional camera operator
    Houman Forough …. camera operator
    Miles Gutkin …. grip
    Ryan Hartford …. camera production assistant
    Kaoru Ishizuka …. additional second assistant camera: “a” camera
    Kevin Ivey …. key second assistant camera
    Lorna Leslie …. second assistant camera: additional photography
    Robert McFall …. grip
    Thomas McGough …. best boy electric (2010)
    Brittany Meadows …. camera production assistant
    Rich Pereksta …. first assistant camera
    Jens Piotrowski …. “a” operator/steadicam: additional
    Robert Reid …. key grip
    James Rydings …. additional first assistant camera: “a” camera
    Paul Saunders …. additional digital imaging technician
    Philip Shanahan …. key first assistant camera
    Ian Sherrington …. additional second assistant camera: “b” camera
    Ian Sherrington …. second assistant camera
    Von Thomas …. digital imaging technician
    Stefan von Bjorn …. a camera steadicam
    Nick Zeigler …. electrician

  • JOHN GALT LIVES

    Greetings. Please enjoy the movie.

  • Guest

    Greetings. Please enjoy the movie.

  • Anonymous

    The “Demand Atlas” requesting Zip Code & email address won’t accept Canadian Postal Codes – how can we get this movie to Canada?

  • Alma_RP

    The “Demand Atlas” requesting Zip Code & email address won’t accept Canadian Postal Codes – how can we get this movie to Canada?

  • Anonymous

    MY concern is with the dialogue. In the trailer, Dagny says some things which are out of character.
    She wouldn’t threaten James if he ‘double crossed’ her- she would act positively, not negatively.
    She wouldn’t ‘hope’ that Reardon Metal” is good. She knows it based upon her engineering background and her study of the specs.
    She wouldn’t try to ‘explain’ anything to Elias Wyatt.

    These are all out of character. While the book and film outline the effects of people on society, the book is actually has a positive outlook. You need to use your mind; you need to be ethical. John, Francisco and Ragnar studied Physics and Philosophy. In terms of industrialist… its show the difference between ethics and making money vs. greed and power.

  • bcubed37

    MY concern is with the dialogue. In the trailer, Dagny says some things which are out of character.
    She wouldn’t threaten James if he ‘double crossed’ her- she would act positively, not negatively.
    She wouldn’t ‘hope’ that Reardon Metal” is good. She knows it based upon her engineering background and her study of the specs.
    She wouldn’t try to ‘explain’ anything to Elias Wyatt.

    These are all out of character. While the book and film outline the effects of people on society, the book is actually has a positive outlook. You need to use your mind; you need to be ethical. John, Francisco and Ragnar studied Physics and Philosophy. In terms of industrialist… its show the difference between ethics and making money vs. greed and power.

  • Anonymous

    Just saw it and the almost full theater laughed at some of the socialist dialogue and applauded at the end. I was concerned that this would be a low budget “agenda” movie. Instead, it was very well done, great cinema and well casted. Very enjoyable! Now we have to wait a year for Part 2? Interesting experiment. How can I invest in the book sales in the interim?

  • jimlongon

    Just saw it and the almost full theater laughed at some of the socialist dialogue and applauded at the end. I was concerned that this would be a low budget “agenda” movie. Instead, it was very well done, great cinema and well casted. Very enjoyable! Now we have to wait a year for Part 2? Interesting experiment. How can I invest in the book sales in the interim?

  • http://www.facebook.com/dwwebb Don W Webb

    I hope ya’ll do part 2, I just got back from the theater in Eijay, GA and saw the movie. Great movie!

    Also, it might be better to do the next 2 in theathers both inside and outside big cities, where the TEA Party movements are strong and you’d have a natural audience, more people would see if it they didn’t have to (in the case of near where I live) over 50 miles to Atlanta

  • http://www.facebook.com/dwwebb Don W Webb

    I hope ya’ll do part 2, I just got back from the theater in Eijay, GA and saw the movie. Great movie!

    Also, it might be better to do the next 2 in theathers both inside and outside big cities, where the TEA Party movements are strong and you’d have a natural audience, more people would see if it they didn’t have to (in the case of near where I live) over 50 miles to Atlanta

  • Oxymoron42

    if you want to fund the follow on movies, sell the DVD.  I, and others leaving the theater, would have paid $20 for a copy of the DVD for part 1.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=508035940 Tyler Hooker

    Will the second film have an “I am John Galt” video slideshow like the first did?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=508035940 Tyler Hooker

    Will the second film have an “I am John Galt” video slideshow like the first did?

  • OpenRange77

    Why not have Ragnar use a steath VTOL aircraft instead of a submarine?  Galt uses a STOL aircraft in Part II.