StoryCorps "The Human Voice" (2010)

The great oral historian, Studs Terkel, speaks out on what has been lost in modern life and where he sees hope for our future.

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Always a Family

On the morning of September 11th, Michael Trinidad called his ex-wife, Monique, to say goodbye.

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No More Questions!

A strong-willed grandmother tells her life story.

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Sundays at Rocco’s

Rocco Galasso's building is demolished to make way for new apartments.

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Marking the Distance

After losing her short-term memory, Gweneviere Mann was forced to navigate life in a new way.

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"The Human Voice" on DVD

Plus the first-ever StoryCorps special, and 14 more shorts!

This DVD collects the first-ever StoryCorps special, Listening Is an Act of Love, and "The Human Voice" along with 14 additional shorts. In these cartoons, everyday people from little towns and big cities across America share extraordinary stories of love, loss, and daily life.

Bonus interview with The Rauch Brothers.

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Credits

Directed by

The Rauch Brothers

Art Direction

The Rauch Brothers

Executive Producer

Dave Isay

Supervising Producer

Donna Galeno

Producers

Mike Rauch
Lizzie Jacobs

Co-Producer

Michael Garofalo

Production Assistant

Isaac Kestenbaum

Layout

Jim Smith

Background Painting

Bill Wray

Animation

Tim Rauch

Cleanup

David Sheahan

Ink and Paint

Samuel Troyer
Robert Graham
Michael Schwab
Kristan Cellini

FX and Compositing

Gary Leib

Audio Produced by

Michael Garofalo

Music by Fredrik

The Kora Records
published by House of Hassle

Funding provided by

CPB

In partnership with

POV


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