Director: Ed Lachman (1990)
55 minutes. Colour
Captures a live performance with Lou Reed of the song cycle Songs for Drella at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York, USA, December 4 and 5, 1989. No audience.
Released as a home video in PAL and NTSC format. Out of print.
Released on laserdisc in Japan by WEA Ltd.
Never relased on DVD.
Producers: Jonathan Hewes, Nina Rosenstein
Executive producer: Malcolm Gerrie
Film editor: Jay Freund
Camera operators: Sandy Sissel, Francis Kenny, Paul Cameron, Igor Sunara
Consulting producer: Mitch Owgang
Production manager: Victoria Westhead
Assistant director: Jim Czarnecki
Sound coordinator: Danny Michael
Gaffer: Craig Nelson
Key grip: Bob Andres
Assistant film editor: Melissa Nydick
Make up: Melody Petroni
Still photographer: Risé
Production coordinator: Jane Nydick
Post-production coordinator: Karen Plitt
Script supervisor: coordinator: Elisabeth Perrin
Staging and production design: Jerome Sirlin
Lightning designer: Robert Wierzel
Warhol artwork courtesy of Warhol Foundation
Factory photos: Billy Name
House mix engineer: Jeremy Darby
Assistant engineer: Jim Goatly
Mastering: Bob Ludwig
Associate producers: Susan Feldman, Sylvia Reed
Stage manager: Danny Kapilian
Assistant lightning designer: Troy Maltem
Assistant to Lou Reed: Mike Rathke
Assistant to John Cale: Andy Green
Assistant to Mr. Sirlin: Craig Clipper
An Initial Film and Television Production in association with Channel 4 and Sire/Warner Bros. Records.
Package art direction & design: Tom Recchion and Sylvia Reed
Photo of Lou Reed/John Cale: James Hamilton