director LARRY FESSENDEN
producer RACHAEL HOROVITZ
written by LARRY FESSENDEN, BECK UNDERWOOD
director of photography DAVID SHAW
film editor MARO CHERMAYEFF
production designer BECK UNDERWOOD
musical score TOM LAVERACK
sound and percussive score DAVID VAN TIEGHEM
sound editor PIERO MURA
art director TINA KLEM
costume designer AZAN KUNG
first assistant director CHRISTINE LE GOFF
production manager DAYTON TAYLOR
production sound mixer NEIL DANZIGER
casting by LAURA ROSENTHAL, AMY HERZIG
additional casting CAROLINE SINCLAIR
LARRY FESSENDEN (executive producer, co-writer, director) Fessenden's director credits include: HABIT (1996); HOLLOW VENUS; DIARY OF A GO-GO DANCER, (1989) THE IMPACT ADDICT VIDEOS (1986-89) and EXPERIENCED MOVERS (1985). (link to long bio)
RACHAEL HOROVITZ (producer) - Based in New York since 1988, Horovitz is currently head of developement at Fine Line Cinema. Before joining Glass Eye Pix to produce NO TELLING, she worked in marketing and distribution with Dino De Laurentiis' Los Angeles-based DEG since its inception in 1985 on such projects as David Lynch's BLUE VELVET, Roman Polanski's PIRATES and Bruce Beresford's CRIMES OF THE HEART.
BECK UNDERWOOD (co-writer, production design) - has worked as an art director, painter and illustrator in New York for seven years. Underwood was the production designer of the Glass Eye Pix movie HOLLOW VENUS; DIARY OF A GO-GO DANCER and a number of other short films. NO TELLING marks her first screenplay collaboration with Fessenden. She continues to develope scripts with Fessenden and is the founder was publisher of ZuZu, the internationally distributed bi-monthly newspaper for kids that flowered 1992-95, and can now be found on the World Wide Web.
DAVID SHAW (Director of Photography) - has shot dozens of well-known music videos for, among others, Technotronics, Pat Benetar, Dee Lite and Whitney Houston, and most recently, the abortion rights public service announcement, Choice directed by Juliet Cuming. Having been behind the camera on several New York independent shorts such as Grimness: A HARD DAY'S NIGHT, DORIS AND INEZ SPEAK THE TRUTH, and WILDBLADE, Shaw makes his feature film debut with NO TELLING.
MARO CHERMAYEFF (editor) - is a New York-based film editor whose credits include several award-winning documentaries, among them Peggy Stern's STEPHANIE, DEBUT, and BALI BEYOND THE POSTCARD, which she associate-produced as well. She was also editor on the latest film by Christine Choy and J T Takagi, KOREA, HOMES APART, and has worked on promotional campaigns for feature films including RAINMAN, THE ACCIDENTAL TOURIST, MOONSTRUCK, as well as trailers for MASTERPIECE THEATER and a music piece for Spike Lee's MO' BETTER BLUES. Chermayeff has edited several fiction shorts, and NO TELLING marks her feature film debut.
TOM LAVERACK (musical score) - is a singer-songwriter and lead member of the group Just Desserts. He has collaborated with Fessenden on a number of projects, co-writing and co-producing the album Sentimental War in 1987 as well as a number of underground tapes, among them American Nursing Home (1981) and Cold Hearts and Whiskey (1989). As a soloist, Laverack has played in many of the New York clubs, including CBGB's, The Knitting Factory, Kenny's Castaways, Tramps, and the Pyramid Club. A prolific songwriter, he has produced several collections of songs on cassette, most recently The Long Shot (1989) and Adolescent Soul (1990). Two of his recordings were released as a single in the fall of 91 on Bar None Records. Laverack has written songs for Fessenden's earlier films HOLLOW VENUS, and STUNT; A MUSICAL MOTION PICTURE; NO TELLING marks his scoring debut.
BOB FLANAGAN (creature and animal effects) - graduated from the Pratt Institute with a BFA in Art Education in 1978. While teaching developmentally disab led children there, he discovered puppetry as a teaching aid. In 1980 his interest lead him to television where he designed and built puppets for commercials. In 1982 Flanagan was hired by Jim Henson's company to create props and puppets for their film and theater projects. Flanagan's screen credits include: MUPPETS TAKE MANHATTAN; FOLLOW THAT BIRD; FRAGGLE ROCK; THE JIM HENSON HOUR; and SESAME STREET. In 1986 he teamed up with Norman Tempia and they eventually formed Den Design Studios. Their work has been seen on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, GET A LIFE, and LATENIGHT WITH DAVID LETTERMAN. Flanagan created the effects in No Telling with Tempia and puppeteer Peter Baird.
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