Featured and Crew

CINEMA LIBRE STUDIO presents a YARI FILM GROUP and SATURN/PUBLIC ROAD production an ANDY GRIEVE film “CAN’T STAND LOSING YOU: SURVIVING THE POLICE” featuring ANDY SUMMERS STING STEWART COPELAND original score by ANDY SUMMERS edited by ANDY GRIEVE director of photography TOM HURWITZ, asc executive producers ANDY SUMMERS WILLIAM J. IMMERMAN produced by NICOLAS CAGE NORMAN GOLIGHTLY BOB YARI based on his book “ONE TRAIN LATER: A MEMOIR” written by ANDY SUMMERS reunion concert footage directed by LAUREN LAZIN directed by ANDY GRIEVE


Andy Summers

Andy Summers rose to fame in the early 1980’s as the guitarist of the multi-million record selling rock band - The Police. The Police were the number one band of the time and dominated the music scene and the media in the 80s with several number one records. Summers’ innovative guitar playing created a new paradigm for guitarists in this period and has been widely imitated ever since.

Recent projects include: the album Circus Hero from his new band Circa Zero!, which was released in April 2014 and working on music for a contemporary ballet with the preeminent photographer Ralph Gibson. READ MORE

 

Stewart Copeland

Stewart Armstrong Copeland is an American musician, multi-instrumentalist and composer best known as the drummer for the band The Police and for his film music soundtracks. He has also written various pieces of music for ballet, opera and orchestra. He is known for his work on Wall Street (1987), Pecker (1998) and Rumble Fish (1983). In 2006, his documentary Everyone Stares: The Police Inside and Out, to premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Official website: stewartcopeland.com

 

Gordon “Sting” Sumner

Gordon Sumner known on stage as Sting, is an English musician, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, activist, actor and philanthropist. He was principal songwriter, lead singer, and bassist for the New Wave rock band The Police from 1977 to 1983, before launching a solo career.

As a solo musician and a member of The Police, he received 16 Grammy Awards®, his first for best rock instrumental in 1980, three Brit Awards®, including Best British Male in 1994 and Outstanding Contribution in 2002, a Golden Globe® award, an Emmy Award ®, and three Academy Award® nominations for Best Original Song. He’s been inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of The Police in 2003. The same year, Sting received a CBE from Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace for services to music, and was made a Kennedy Center Honoree at the White House in 2014.

With The Police, Sting became one of the world's best-selling music artists. Official website: sting.com


Andy Grieve – Director & Editor

Brooklyn-based filmmaker Andy Grieve makes his directorial debut with Can't Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police.  Already an established documentary film editor, his credits include Jason Kohn’s Manda Bala (Send a Bullet), winner of the 2007 Sundance Grand Jury Prize for Best U.S. Documentary as well as the 2008 Cinema Eye award for Best Editing; Errol Morris’s Standard Operating Procedure, winner of the 2008 Berlin Film Festival Grand Jury Prize; and The Carter, an behind the scenes look at rapper Lil’ Wayne (2009 Sundance Film Festival).

In 2009, Andy won an Emmy for Outstanding Short Form Picture Editing for his work on a short film directed by Errol Morris for the “Stand Up To Cancer” prime time special. His editing on ESPN’s 30 for 30: “June 17th”, 1994, directed by Brett Morgen, earned him another Emmy nomination in 2010.

He’s worked with Academy Award® winning documentarian  Alex Gibney on We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wiki-leaks, The Armstrong Lie and most recently the 2015 Sundance selected Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief

Lauren Lazin – Director of reunion concert footage

Lauren Lazin is an award-winning filmmaker with over twenty years of experience as an Executive Producer of well respected, highly rated, pop culture defining unscripted television.  A former Senior Vice President of MTV News and Documentaries, she has spent the past several years Developing /Executive Producing/Showrunning high profile series and specials, and Directing/Producing award-winning documentary features.

Lauren is best known for Tupac: Resurrection (2003), TeenNick Halo Awards (2009) and I'm Still Here: Real Diaries of Young People Who Lived During the Holocaust (2005) and has been nominated for 11 EMMY Awards ®, and has also received an Academy Award ® Nomination.

 

Norman Golightly – Producer

Norman Golightly, a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, held positions with Creative Artists Agency and Ben Stiller prior to partnering with Nicolas Cage. In his twelve year run as President of Cage's Saturn Films, Golightly produced over a dozen feature films and television projects including Lord of War, Knowing, and Ghost Rider. He is completing work on his first nonfiction book, entitled When I Do Good, an account of his personal journey traversing the worlds of opulent Hollywood and poverty-stricken Africa, revealing his own life lessons supported by his research into the biology and psychology of altruism.  @NormanGolightly on Twitter, www.KenyaSpareACamera.com

 








Yari Film Group - Production Company

The Yari Film Group has firmly anchored itself as one of the premiere homes for independent films. They take pride in collaborating with filmmakers and bringing forth their creative visions. From seasoned veterans -- such as Lasse Hallström, Paul Haggis, and Sidney Lumet -- to first time writers and directors, and continue to seek out innovative stories and storytellers.

 

Cinema Libre Studio - Distribution Company

Cinema Libre Studio is a leader in the production and distribution of award-winning, high concept narratives and social issue nonfiction films.  Since 2003, the studio has released over 180 titles and remains at the forefront of the independent film movement, providing the expertise and relationships that filmmakers need to find their global audience across all platforms.

Headquartered in Burbank, CA, the team has worked on dozens of award-winning films, including the Sundance Audience Award‐winning Fuel, The End Of Poverty? Rachid Bouchareb’s London River, and Oliver Stone’s South of the Border. The studio is currently developing John Perkins’ best-selling memoir, Confessions Of An Economic Hitman, into a major motion picture and Angola 1, 2 & 3, a narrative film based on the lives of three unjustly incarcerated men confined to solitary in Louisiana’s infamous state prison.


FILM CREDITS

 

Associate Producers

Jaimie Cohen

Joshua Wright

Nicholas Katzenbach

 

Archival Research and Clearances

Jessica Berman-Bogdan - Global ImageWorks, LLC

 

Music Licensing

Chris Robertson - Global ImageWorks, LLC

 

Additional Editing

David Beinstein

 

Assistant Editor

Veronica Rutledge

Benjamin Florencio

 

New York Crew

Road Manager - Phil Docherty

Sound Recordist - Joshua Isaac

Sound Recordist - Peter Miller

Assistant Camera - Joshua Wright

Production Assistant - Keith Overton

Production Assistant - Nicholas Katzenbach

Production Assistant - Chris Gavagan

 

U.K. Production Services provided by Live Nation Ltd.

London Crew

Road Manager - Phil Docherty

Location Production Executive - Mike Kaufman

Location Production Executive - Sarah Bayntun

Sound Recordist - Jerome McCann

Production Manager - Marisa Guagenti

Production Coordinator - Ella Turner

Production Coordinator - Helen Dulay

Camera Assistant - Marc Hill

Video - Hot Cam - Paul Taylor

Sound - Jerome McCann

Vehicle Rental - Express Rent a Car

Phone Hire - Adams Phones

 

Japanese Production Services provided by AOI Advertising Promotion Inc.

Tokyo Crew

Road Manager - Phil Docherty

Location Production Executive - Kay Ueda

Assistant Camera - Yutaka Suzuki

Coordinator - Hideaki Jimbo

Audio - Ryotaro Harada

Production Assistant - Sean Walker

Production Assistant - Adya Beasly

 

Post Production Supervisor

Adam Der Aris

 

Post Production Executive

Stuart Burkin

 

Post Production Manager

Jill Greenblatt

 

Post Production Accountant

Kelli Gillam

 

Post Production Administrator

Liz Antonelli

 

Post Production Assistant to Andy Greive

Peter Wilkinson

 

Production Executive

Katy Garfield

 

Production Associates

Gillian Appleby

Jeremy Spang

Keith Overton

 

Transcriber

Roger Matthews

 

Executive Assistant to Norman Golightly

Kelly Amber Moore

 

Legal Services for Andy Summers

Gary S. Wishik

 

Production Legal Services

Law Offices of William J. Immerman

 

Yari Film Group

Chief Financial Officer - Dennis Brown

Executive Assistant to Bob Yari - Julie Milstead

Executive Assistant to Dennis Brown - Amelia Taggart

International Contracts - Amy Wyatt

Treasury Accountant - Cindy Brown

Senior Accountant – Christine Hesse

Operations Manager - LaDawn Scott

Accounting Associate - Raul Aguilar

 

Insurance Broker

Insurance services provided by Gallagher Entertainment,

A Division of Arthur J. Gallagher

Konrad Dowling

Theresa Balaszi

Rodney Isaac

 

Production Interns

Lindsey Agee

Stephanie Bartlett

Blanca Begert

Jovanna Billington

Kaylee Bird

Hugh Bridgers

Amina Cliette

Allie Daniels

Madeleine Feldman

Aieska Fernandes

Kat Hartman

Lindsey Ianna

Anne Koester

Kelly Jackson

Sasha Kalcheff

Shana Kent

Christyl Lee

Edel Malone

Alison Martin

Michael Mendez

Allison Moran

Amelia Mosley

Geoff Nemeth

Leila Nurse

Angel Perez

Sarah Pasternack

Kiara Pesante

Jordan Polan-Clarke

Meredith Pompeani

Samantha Rodriguez

Paul Rubin

Annie Scalici

Gina Smeraldi

Lexi Steigelman

Ashley Stephens

Amina Sutton

Jack Tarshis

Imani Taylor

Molly Yahr

Jennifer Zolchak

Titles, Visual Effects, Motion Graphics

Edgeworx Studios, LLC.

Executive Producer - Cassandra Del Viscio

Producer - Brian Reiss

Design and Animation - Dana Schechter

2D Animation - Edmund Earle, Jennifer Reminick

 

Additional Offline and HD Conform

Edgeworx Studios, LLC.

Editor - Trent Ermes

 

Sound Post provided by

Gigantic Studios

Executive Producer - Steven Tollen

Re-recording Mixer - Tom Paul

Supervising Sound Editor - Tom Paul

Dialogue Editor - Eric Milano

 

Digital Intermediate Finishing Services

Goldcrest Post

DI Colorist - John J. Dowdell III

DI Finishing Artist - Katie Hinsen

DI Supervisor - Tim Spitzer

DI Producer - Jean Lane

Video Technicians - Joseph Borges, John Lednak

 

Mother Divine Studio, Venice, CA

Score Engineer & Recorder - Dennis Smith

 

Footage Courtesy of:

A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

Dr. Charles Beardsley Archives

Clips & Footage

CriticalPast

Frané Lessac

FremantleMedia

Globo ComunicaÇÕes E ParticipaÇÕes S.A.

Global ImageWorks, LLC

Historic Films Archive, LLC

iStockphoto LP

ITN Source

Jean-FranÇois Roux, extract from the movie “Hot Cuts from Mt de Marsan”

Jordan Copeland

MTV’s “MTV News” and “MTV Promos” used with permission by MTV.

© 2011 Viacom Media Networks. All Rights Reserved.

MTV, all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks owned

by Viacom Media Networks, a division of Viacom International Inc.

MUCHMUSIC, a division of Bell Media © Bell Media Inc. All Rights Reserved.

NBC Universal Archives

Prospero Pictures

Reelin’ In The Years Productions LLC

Research Video, Inc.

"Roxanne" (video), Performed by The Police,

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

RZO Entertainment, Inc./Live Nation

Thought Equity Motion

Tri-Fi Productions Inc./Chatting Glasses UK Limited

TV Asahi Corporation

The WPA Film Library

 Photos Courtesy of:

Andy Summers photographs courtesy of TASCHEN, www.taschen.com

Alan Ballard/Scope Features (UK)

Alan Olley

Bournemouth Daily Echo

Caroline Coon

Chris Furlong/Getty Images

Ebet Roberts/Redferns/Getty Images

Evening Standard/Getty Images

Everett Collection

Gijsbert Hanekroot/Redferns/Getty Images

Hulton Archives/Getty Images

IPC Media/IPC + Syndication

Janette Beckman

Jeremy Fletcher/Redferns/Getty Images

Jill Furmanovsky

Lawrence Impey

Lynn Goldsmith

Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

NI Syndication

Norman Seeff

Patches © D.C. Thomson & Co., Ltd.

Paul Slattery

Peter Bayliss/Rex USA

Peter Noble/Redferns/Getty Images

Richard McCaffrey/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

Rik Walton/ArenaPAL

Headline from Rolling Stone issue dated May 3, 1979.

Rolling Stone ® is a registered trademark of Rolling Stone LLC.

All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission.

Headline from Rolling Stone issue dated February 7, 1980.

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All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission.

Stephanie Chernikowski/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

Sydney O’Meara/Evening Standard/Getty Images

Sounds Magazine/Bauer Media

Watal Asanuma

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MUSIC

“Auld Lang Syne”

Traditional Song

Performed by The Police

"Can't Stand Losing You"

Written by Sting

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

"Secret Journey"

Written by Sting

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

"Murder By Numbers"

Written by Sting & Andy Summers

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

“Good Bounce”

Written By Andy Summers.

Published by Reve a Deux Music (BMI). Used with permission.

Performed by Andy Summers

"Chauffeur"

Written by Andy Stroud

Published by EMI Grove Park Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by Zoot Money’s Big Roll Band

From “Zoot! (Live At Klook's Cleek)”

Courtesy of Repertoire Records (www.repertoirerecords.com)

"World War Three"

Written by Andy Summers and George Money

Published by Reve A Deux Music (BMI). Administered by “A” Side Music LLC and

Jamarnie Music (PRS). Administered by Bluewater Music Services Corp.

Performed by Dantalian's Chariot

Courtesy of Wooden Hill Records

 “River Deep Mountain High”

Written by Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich and Phil Spector

Published by Universal - Songs of Polygram International, Inc. (BMI) and

T/Q Music, Inc. administered by Bug Music (BMI), and

EMI Blackwood Music, Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Animals

"Driven To Tears"

Written by Sting

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

“Bourrée”

Written By Johann Sebastian Bach

Performed by Andy Summers

“Dust My Loom”

Written By Andy Summers.

Published by Reve a Deux Music (BMI). Used with permission.

Performed by Andy Summers

“Tea Time For Belles"

Written By Andy Summers.

Published by Reve a Deux Music (BMI). Used with permission.

Performed by Andy Summers

"Be My Girl - Sally"

Written by Sting

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

"Visions Of The Night"

Written by Sting

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

"Next To You"

Written by Sting

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

"Roxanne"

Written by Sting

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

"Truth Hits Everybody"

Written by Sting

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

"Message In A Bottle"

Written by Sting

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

"So Lonely"

Written by Sting

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

"Regatta De Blanc"

Written by Sting, Stewart Armstrong Copeland & Andy Summers

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

“Sheep Shagger”

Written By Andy Summers.

Published by Reve a Deux Music (BMI). Used with permission.

Performed by Andy Summers

 “White Boy Gets the Blues”

Written By Andy Summers.

Published by Reve a Deux Music (BMI). Used with permission.

Performed by Andy Summers

"Voices Inside My Head"

Written by Sting

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

 “Procrastinator”

Written By Andy Summers.

Published by Reve a Deux Music (BMI). Used with permission.

Performed by Andy Summers

"Behind My Camel"

Written by Andy Summers

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

"Every Breath You Take"

Written by Sting

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

“Cloud of Unknowing”

Written By Andy Summers

Published by Reve a Deux Music (BMI). Used with permission.

Performed by Andy Summers

"Synchronicity II"

Written by Sting

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

“Viva Viagra”

Written By Andy Summers.

Published by Reve a Deux Music (BMI). Used with permission.

Performed by Andy Summers

“Hotel Oblivion”

Written By Andy Summers.

Published by Reve a Deux Music (BMI). Used with permission.

Performed by Andy Summers

"Bring On The Night"

Written by Sting

Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI)

Performed by The Police

Courtesy of A&M Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises

 

 SPECIAL THANKS TO:

Sting

Stewart Copeland

Benedikt Taschen, Taschen

Dr. Michael Cramm, Taschen

Nina Wiener, Taschen

Daniel Alvarez, Directors Guild of America

Steve Kesmodel, Directors Guild of America

Ursula Johnson, Directors Guild of America

Lilly Borisenko, EMI Music Publishing

Bob Koszela, Universal Music Enterprises

Don Terbush, Universal Music Enterprises

Robert Kelley, Universal Music Enterprises

Akiko Iwakawa-Grieve

The Grieve Family

Ariel Mele-Algus

Beauty Too Salon

Cafe Continenté

Craig Betts, Research Consultant

Chris Robertson

Chris Trigg, Vintage & Rare Guitars London, Ltd.

Dietmar Clos

Dodger Stadium

Frank Pictures Gallery

The Hope and Anchor

Jessica Berman-Bogdan

Jill Landaker

Keith Malone

Lindsay Rothenberg

The Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park Hotel

Mike Eisner

Patrick Knapp, Bloom Hergott Diemer Rosenthal LaViolette & Feldman, LLP

Tokyo Dome Corporation

In addition Andy Summers would like to thank:

Kate, Mo, Anton and Layla Summers

Aldo, Enzo and Gia La Pietra

Sting

Stewart Copeland

Amy Grey

Andrew Behla

Cathy Colman

Charlie Hernandez

Danny Quatrocchi

Dave Sanford

Dennis Smith

Frané Lessac

Gary Wishik

Jeff Fuera

Jenny Fabian

Jerome Laperrousaz

John Parsley

Kathy Schenker

Kevin Coyne

Kim Turner

Mary Jane Marcasiano

Phil Docherty

Ralph Gibson

Robert Wyatt

Susan Schulman

Vic Garbarini

Watal Asanuma

William Francis

Zoot Money

Based on the book “One Train Later: A Memoir” written by Andy Summers,

Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martins Press © 2006

For more information about Andy Summers go to www.andysummers.com

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