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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Dialogue with a Woman Departed (1980)
A tribute to filmmaker Leo Hurwitz's deceased wife and colleague, film editor Peggy Lawson.
2.
Museum and the Fury, The (1956)
From the perspective of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, wartime footage of concentration camps and the Nuremberg Trials is integrated with images of the reconstruction of Poland and various works of art.
3.
Strange Victory (1948)
A statement about racial bias in post World War II America.
4.
Strange Victory (1948) as Director
5.
Native Land (1942) as Director
Dramatizations and archival footage capture the fight for civil liberties in the 1930s.

Cast (feature film)

6.
Strand: Under the Dark Cloth (1989) as Himself
The life and work of American photographer Paul Strand (1890-1976).
7.
Dialogue with a Woman Departed (1980)
A tribute to filmmaker Leo Hurwitz's deceased wife and colleague, film editor Peggy Lawson.

Cinematography (feature film)

8.
Dialogue with a Woman Departed (1980)
A tribute to filmmaker Leo Hurwitz's deceased wife and colleague, film editor Peggy Lawson.

Writer (feature film)

9.
Dialogue with a Woman Departed (1980)
A tribute to filmmaker Leo Hurwitz's deceased wife and colleague, film editor Peggy Lawson.
10.
Strange Victory (1948) as Screenwriter
11.
Strange Victory (1948)
A statement about racial bias in post World War II America.
12.
Native Land (1942) as Screenwriter
Dramatizations and archival footage capture the fight for civil liberties in the 1930s.

Producer (feature film)

13.
Dialogue with a Woman Departed (1980)
A tribute to filmmaker Leo Hurwitz's deceased wife and colleague, film editor Peggy Lawson.
14.
Museum and the Fury, The (1956)
From the perspective of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, wartime footage of concentration camps and the Nuremberg Trials is integrated with images of the reconstruction of Poland and various works of art.
15.
Native Land (1942) as Producer
Dramatizations and archival footage capture the fight for civil liberties in the 1930s.
16.
Heart of Spain (1937) as Producer
Documentary on Loyalist Spain.

Editing (feature film)

17.
Dialogue with a Woman Departed (1980)
A tribute to filmmaker Leo Hurwitz's deceased wife and colleague, film editor Peggy Lawson.
18.
Strange Victory (1948) as Film Editor
19.
Strange Victory (1948)
A statement about racial bias in post World War II America.
20.
Native Land (1942) as Editing
Dramatizations and archival footage capture the fight for civil liberties in the 1930s.

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