Neshoba - A film by Micki Dickoff and Tony Pagano


A Film by Micki Dickoff and Tony Pagano

Credits

NESHOBA: The Price of Freedom

FIRST RUN FEATURES presents

A Pro Bono and Pagano Production

A Film By
Micki Dickoff and Tony Pagano

PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY
Micki Dickoff
Tony Pagano

WRITTEN BY
Micki Dickoff

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS
Tony Pagano
Micki Dickoff

CO-PRODUCER
Christie Webb

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Tony Pagano

EDITED BY
Micki Dickoff
Tony Pagano

MUSIC BY
Chris Davis

LOCATION SOUND
Richard Juliano
Richard Tropiano
Tom Landi

ADDITIONAL MUSIC
Chuck Ethredge

ASSISTANT EDITOR
Brian Totillo

JIB OPERATOR
David Bunger

STILL PHOTOGRAPHER
Eitan Hochster

TRANSCRIBERS
June Patten
Norma Burlando
Maria Landi Nelson
Anna Morgenstern

FINE CUT EDITOR & COLORIST
Francis W. Sheehan Jr.

ARCHIVAL FILM & MUSIC SUPERVISOR
Tony Pagano

MUSIC RIGHTS COORDINATOR
Natalie Reuss

POST PRODUCTION
Digital Media Environments LTD.
Summit Studio

ARCHIVAL FOOTAGE
NBC News Archives
ABC Television
Richard Beymer
Mississippi Public Broadcasting
WLBT-TV/CH3 Jackson, MS
Mississippi Department of Archives and History
CBS Television
CBC Television
Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
Historic Films
JFK Presidential Library and Museum

PHOTOGRAPHS
Florence Mars
Neshoba Democrat
The Allen/Littlefield Collection of
Lynching Photography in America

“YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN DOWN IN MISSISSIPPI”
Performed by Magpie (Greg Artzner & Terry Leonino)
Courtesy of Magpie (Greg Artzner & Terry Leonino)
Words and Music by Phil Ochs
Copyright Almo Music Corp.
On Behalf of Barricade Music, Inc.

“GOING DOWN TO MISSISSIPPI”
Performed by Phil Ochs
Courtesy of The Estate of Phil Ochs
By Arrangement with Warner Music Group
Words and Music by Phil Ochs
Copyright Almo Music Corp.
On Behalf of Barricade Music, Inc.

“WADE IN THE WATER”
Performed by Julius Lester
Courtesy of The Cultural Center for Social Change
From The Recording Entitled
Freedom Is A Constant Struggle
Traditional Spiritual

“IN THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER”
Performed by The SNCC Freedom Singers
Led by Marshall Jones
From the Recording Entitled
Voices of The Civil Rights Movement
Black American Freedom Songs 1960-1966, SF 40084
Provided Courtesy of Smithsonian Folkways Recording
Copyright 1997
Words and Music by Marshall Jones
Copyright Marsh Russ Publishing

“WE SHALL OVERCOME”
Sung by Mourners At
James Chaney Funeral Service
U.S. Public Domain

“ONLY A PAWN IN THEIR GAME”
Performed by Bob Dylan
Courtesy of Columbia Records
By Arrangement with Sony BMG Music Entertainment
Words and Music by Bob Dylan
Copyright Special Rider Music

“TOO MANY MARTYRS”
Performed by Kim & Reggie Harris
Courtesy of The Cultural Center for Social Change
From The Recording Entitled
Freedom Is A Constant Struggle
Words and Music by Phil Ochs and Bob Gibson
Copyright Almo Music Corp.
On Behalf of Barricade Music, Inc.
and Appleseed Music Inc.
Administered by The Royalty Network

“THOSE THREE ARE ON MY MIND”
Performed by Magpie (Greg Artzner & Terry Leonino)
and Kim & Reggie Harris
Courtesy of Magpie (Greg Artzner & Terry Leonino)
Words and Music by Peter Seeger and Frances Taylor
Copyright The Royalty Network, Inc.
On Behalf of Sanga Music, Inc.

MAJOR FUNDING
The Andrew Goodman Foundation
The Sally and Dick Molpus Foundation
The Puffin Foundation Ltd.
Olympus Pictures LLC
Lee H. Miller

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SUPPORTERS
Dr. Carolyn Goodman
David Goodman
Ben Chaney
Dick Molpus
Dean Vanech and Leslie Urdang
Perry and Gladys Rosenstein
Lear Family Foundation
Jesselson Foundation
R. Anthony Goldman
Dennis Hirschfelder
Ruth Messinger
Joy Levitt
Norman Lear
Martha Coakley
Mark Wolper
Lucille Anderson
Greg Cooke
Chuck Ethredge
Dawn Lee Chalmers
Helen Turner
Marilyn Greene
Ellen Pasternack
Elese Orrell
Alex Koffler
Joe Seiler
Doron Goldstein
The Cultural Center for Social Change
Susie Erenrich
Meegan Lee Ochs
Southern Poverty Law Center
Chaney, Goodman and Schwerner families
and everyone who shared their stories

Pro Bono Productions & Pagano Productions
Copyright 2010, All Rights Reserved