The Night Listener


1h 31m 2006

Brief Synopsis

A psychological thriller that revolves around the celebrated writer and popular late-night radio show host, Gabriel Noone, who develops an intense relationship with a young listener named Pete and his adopted mother, just as his own domestic life is undergoing changes. When a troubling question aris

Film Details

Also Known As
Night Listener, Uma voz na noite, Un ascultator in noapte, Una voce nella notte, voz na noite
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2006
Production Company
Joanie Bauert; Kathy England
Distribution Company
MIRAMAX
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 31m

Synopsis

A psychological thriller that revolves around the celebrated writer and popular late-night radio show host, Gabriel Noone, who develops an intense relationship with a young listener named Pete and his adopted mother, just as his own domestic life is undergoing changes. When a troubling question arises regarding the boy's identity, it causes Gabriel's ordered existence to spin wildly out of control as he sets out on a harrowing journey to find the truth.

Crew

Rise C Abramson

Scenic Artist

Arlynn Abseck

Wardrobe Supervisor

Tobin Addington

Assistant

Robert Alberga

Driver

Jill Alexander

Property Master

Matthew Amenta

Office Production Assistant

Bill Anagnos

Stunts

Terry Anderson

Executive Producer

Terry Anderson

Screenplay

Barbara Austin

Animal Wrangler

John Baker

Office Runner

Michelle Baker

Location Manager

Jeremy Balon

On-Set Dresser

Randall Balsmeyer

Main Title Design

Kerry Barden

Casting

Wouter Barendrecht

Coproducer

Joanie Bauert

Production Insurance

David Bausch

Production Manager

Grady Bayersdorfer

Swing

James Berkery

Set Production Assistant

Adam N Bernard

Set Production Assistant

Kuljit Bharma

Song

Brette Billow

Office Production Assistant

Jason Block

Post-Production Accountant

Shannon Bowen

Location Manager

Ariel Bowman

Costume Department

Krzystof J Bratun

Scenic Artist

Adam Bryant

Stand-In

Keith Bunce

Driver

Peter Bundrick

Carpenter

Tertius Bune

Office Runner

Anna Butwell

Props

Kate Carcaterra

Set Production Assistant

Steve Cascarelli

Dresser

Betty Chin

Production Coordinator

Laura Civiello

Dialogue Editor

Linda Cohen

Music Supervisor

Wendie Colter

Song

Dominick Coluzzo

Grip

Jennifer Cook

Office Runner

J. John Corbett

Main Title Design

Ralph Costanza

Coordinator

Marko Costanzo

Foley Artist

Divine Cox

Best Boy

Lamont Crawford

Dolly Grip

Brian Deming

Score Recording

Brian Deming

Music Scoring Mixer

Bill Depaolo

Scenic Artist

Rich Devine

Set Decorator

Katy Dilkes

Scenic Artist

James P. Dolan

Gaffer

Jacq Donegan

Production Secretary

Marina Draghici

Costume Designer

Jeff Dutemple

Assistant Camera

Kathy England

Production Insurance

Andy Farber

Original Music

Andy Farber

Music

Charles Fay

Driver

Daniel Feiner

Co-Executive Producer

Michael Fennimore

Transportation Captain

Kevin Fitzpatrick

Rigging Electrician

Carrie Fix

Assistant Director

Jill Footlick

Producer

Amanda Ford

Assistant Costume Designer

Natsu Furuhashi

Production Assistant

Isaac Gabaeff

Props

Emily Gaunt

Scenic Artist

Eugene Gearty

Supervising Sound Editor

Eric Gemsa

Song

Jeffrey Lee Gibson

Stunt Double

Damian Gonzalez

Swing

Keith Gordon

Grip

William Groom

Art Department

Lauren Kells Guilmartin

Assistant Director

Anguibe Guindo

Boom Operator

Timothy Guiness

Rigging Gaffer

Thomas Hamilton

Swing

John N. Hart

Producer

Richard Hebrank

Construction Coordinator

Fred Heid

Color Timer

Louis Henley

Set Production Assistant

Michael Hernandez

Caterer

Petr Hlinomaz

Swing

Pete Ho

Song

Michael Hogan

Executive Producer

Billy Hopkins

Casting Director

T W John House

Grip

Paul Hsu

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Dave Isern

Camera Operator

Dave Isern

Steadicam Operator

Gary Jackiewicz

Grip

Nils Johnson

Video Playback

Andrew Johnston

Office Runner

Phil Johnston

Assistant

Ben Cory Jones

Set Production Assistant

Hollis Jones

Stand-In

Jacqueline Jones

Costumes

Anne Joyce

Photography

Emmanuel Kallins

Song

Caroline Kaplan

Executive Producer

Andy Keir

Editor

Robert Keller

Carpenter

Katie Kemsley

Camera

Chris Kenneally

Post-Production Supervisor

Robert Kessel

Producer

George Lara

Foley Recordist

Chris Leidy

Set Production Assistant

Marissa Littlefield

Adr Editor

Patrick Mahoney

Craft Service

Lawrence Manchester

Score Recording

Erin Manigault

Dresser

Hunter Marshall

Caterer

Juan Martin

Song

Angela Matthews

Office Runner

Jason Michael Matthews

Production Assistant

Armistead Maupin

Source Material

Armistead Maupin

Executive Producer

Armistead Maupin

Screenplay

Peter Mcentyre

Best Boy

Parrish Mclean

Driver

James Mcmillan

Key Grip

Tim Mcnulty

Loader

Jacques Mercier

Song

Roseann Milano

Wardrobe Supervisor

Cheri Minns

Makeup Artist

Elizabeth D Minot

On-Set Dresser

Pete Miser

Song Performer

Peter Nashel

Music Producer

Iris Ng

Swing

Evelyne Noraz

Makeup

Kory O'donnell

Assistant Production Coordinator

Tim Oakes

Production Assistant

Paul Osborne

Music Arranger

Julio D. Palma

Dresser

Janet Paparazzo

Stunt Double

Hyo Park

Location Assistant

Luke Parker Bowles

Production Associate

Anthony Pettine

Script Supervisor

Phuong Thuy Pham

Location Assistant

Michael G. Phillips

Swing

Janos Pilenyi

Digital Effects Supervisor

Paul Pitalo

Dresser

Eva Radke

Art Director

Kevin Raper

Graphic Designer

Jeffrey Rebelo

Hair Stylist

Alex Reinach

Office Runner

Max Richter

Song

Max Richter

Song Performer

John Riggins

Driver

Lisa Rinzler

Director Of Photography

Justin Ritson

Assistant Director

Joe Robinson

Office Production Assistant

Regan Ryzuk

Song

Kyle Salvatore

Dresser

Ariel Saulog

Digital Effects Supervisor

Malinda Savio

Apprentice

Paul Schnee

Casting Associate

Matt Schneider

Driver

Jonathan Sehring

Executive Producer

Jeffrey Sharp

Producer

Michael Shaw

Production Designer

George Sheanshang Esq.

Other

Bob Sheppard

Song

Misako Shimizu

Assistant Editor

G Sigrist

Song

Manny Siverio

Stunt Coordinator

Suzanne Smith

Casting Director

Michele A Soddano

Accounting Assistant

Rebecca Erwin Spencer

Assistant

Robin Sprance

Costume Department

Ashleigh Springer

Casting Assistant

Patrick Stegall

Camera Trainee

Sara Stern

Sound

Jill Sternberg

Scenic Artist

Patrick Stettner

Screenplay

Bill Stitt

Other

Nathan Swingle

Camera Assistant

Clayton Thomas

Transportation Coordinator

Noah Vivekanand Timan

Sound Mixer

Sylvia Trapanese

Foreman

Gabe Turiello

Driver

Jonathan Unger

Property Master

Craig Vaccaro

Key Rigging Grip

Nick Vaccaro

Rigging Grip

Rob Van De Laar

Craft Service

Nick Vanderpool

Set Production Assistant

Joe Violante

Advisor

Michael J Vitale Jr.

Caterer

Tony Volante

Music Scoring Mixer

Dave Waldron

Extras Casting Assistant

Joe Wehmeyer

Set Production Assistant

Michael J. Werner

Coproducer

Brett Williams

Associate Producer

Larry Wineland

Assistant Sound Editor

Kaela Wohl

Costumes

Nina Wolarsky

Associate Producer

Derek Yip

Production Accountant

Edward 'teddy' Yoon

Location Manager

Jamie Zelermyer

Line Producer

Brianne Zulauf

Product Placement

Film Details

Also Known As
Night Listener, Uma voz na noite, Un ascultator in noapte, Una voce nella notte, voz na noite
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2006
Production Company
Joanie Bauert; Kathy England
Distribution Company
MIRAMAX
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 31m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer August 4, 2006

Released in United States on Video January 9, 2007

Released in United States January 2006

Released in United States August 2006

Released in United States October 2006

Shown at Edinburgh International Film Festival (Gala) August 14-27, 2006.

Shown at Hamptons International Film Festival October 18-22, 2006.

Shown at Pusan International Film Festival (World Cinema) October 12-20, 2006.

Film based on the novel "The Night Listener," a bestseller in 2000, which was inspired by Maupin and Anderson's real life experience.

Maupin's first novel to be adapted for a feature.

Literary Sale Date: 08/20/2003

Miramax Films acquired North American distribution rights at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival for a reported sum of $3 million.

Released in United States Summer August 4, 2006

Released in United States on Video January 9, 2007

Released in United States January 2006 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (Premiere) January 19-29, 2006.)

Released in United States August 2006 (Shown at Edinburgh International Film Festival (Gala) August 14-27, 2006.)

Released in United States October 2006 (Shown at Hamptons International Film Festival October 18-22, 2006.)

Released in United States October 2006 (Shown at Pusan International Film Festival (World Cinema) October 12-20, 2006.)