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Birth Place: Profession: Editing ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
King's Day Out (1992) as Director
A canine coming-of-age story.

Editing (feature film)

2.
This is a Game, Ladies (2003) as Editor
Tracking the Rutgers University women's basketball team one year after making it to the NCAA women's finals, this documentary follows the highs and lows of the Scarlet Knights. Under the guidance of legendary coach C. Vivian Stringer, one of the most celebrated and successful hoops coaches of all ti

Cast (special)

3.
Dear Home: Letters From WWI (2000) as Voice
Tells the story of war, specifically World War I, through the eyes of the American men and women soldiers who lived through it as recounted in their correspondence.

Producer (special)

4.
Enemies of War (2001) as Producer
In 1989, six Jesuit priests, their housekeeper and her daughter were assassinated in El Salvador. The U.S. government appointed Congressman Joseph Moakley to lead an investigation. What he found forced him to question a decade of U.S. government policy. Through eyewitness accounts from Americans and
5.
Lost Liners (2000) as Co-Producer
Documentary that examines four of the greatest lost liners in maritime history: "Titanic," the fabled ship lost on its maiden voyage; "Empress of Ireland," which sank off the Canadian coast in May 1914, taking 1012 people with her; "Lusitania," sunk by a German U-boat, outraging the Allied world and

Editing (special)

6.
Bill Moyers Reports: Earth on Edge (2001) as Segment Editor (British Columbia And Mongolia)
Special that reports on the state of the global environment. With field reports from Mongolia, British Columbia, the American Midwest, Brazil and South Africa -- augmented by satellite imaging, computer graphics and interviews with leading scientists -- Bill Moyers explores how human behavior affect
7.
Vanished: The Cold Case of Kathie Durst (2001) as Editor
A report on the disappearance of Kathie Durst, a medical student and wife of a New York City real-estate heir, who was last seen in January 1982.
8.
Air Force One (2001) as Editor
Documentary about Air Force One -- the "flying White House." The program features exclusive access to the plane, its hangar and the people who make it fly as the White House Military Office prepares for a three-day presidential trip.
9.
Dear Home: Letters From WWI (2000) as Editor
Tells the story of war, specifically World War I, through the eyes of the American men and women soldiers who lived through it as recounted in their correspondence.
10.
Lost Liners (2000) as Editor
Documentary that examines four of the greatest lost liners in maritime history: "Titanic," the fabled ship lost on its maiden voyage; "Empress of Ireland," which sank off the Canadian coast in May 1914, taking 1012 people with her; "Lusitania," sunk by a German U-boat, outraging the Allied world and
11.
Celebration: 100 Years of Great Women With Barbara Walters, A (1999) as Additional Editing
ABC News special providing the stories of some of the 20th century's most influential, distinguished and fascinating women. Includes new and archival interviews conducted by Barbara Walters.
12.
Battle For Midway, The (1999) as Editor
Deep-sea adventurer Dr. Robert Ballard and World War II veterans of the Pacific campaign go on a quest to find the sunken remains of the aircraft carrier "U.S.S. Yorktown." Includes battle footage taken by director John Ford, combined with interviews of surviving veterans as well as footage from the
13.
In Search of Liberty Bell 7 (1999) as Editor
Documentary of an expedition from Port Canaveral, Florida, to locate and recover NASA's Liberty Bell 7 spacecraft. In 1961, the capsule, after successfully carrying the second Mercury Astronaut, Virgil "Gus" Grissom, into space, sank after the vehicle's explosive hatch jettisoned prematurely. While
14.
Moyers on Addiction: Close to Home (1998) as Editor
Five-part documentary reports on the personal and public costs of addiction, medical research on the science of addiction and the challenges of recovery to those involved.
15.
Gail Sheehy's New Passages (1996) as Editor
Special featuring best-selling author Gail Sheehy who discusses the opportunities that come with mid-life. Celebrities of all ages discuss the possibilities of the start of a second adulthood. Follows the adult life cycle from the "tryout 20s" and the "turbulent 30s" through the "flourishing 40s,"
16.
Sex, Drugs and Consequences (1996) as Editor
Special provides an update on progress made in the fight against AIDS in America, including important medical advances, changing attitudes in society and the sports world towards HIV postive people, and personal accounts from children and teens with AIDS.
17.
Search For Satan, The (1995) as Editor
Examination of several cases of treatment for "satanic ritual abuse" in psychiatric hospitals and resulting insurance claims that escalated into millions of dollars.
18.
In a New Light (1992) as Editor
An information and entertainment special focusing on the fight against AIDS.
19.
America's Missing Children (1991) as Editor
A special focusing on families whose children have been abducted or have run away.

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