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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Possessed (2000)
Father William Bowdern is a priest who is haunted by devastating memories of his military service as a chaplain during World War II. Asked by a fellow priest to save the life and soul of a child who becomes possessed after the death of his aunt, Father Bowdern must confront his past when he clashes
2.
Free of Eden (1999)
Story about Will Cleamons, a former teacher-turned-businessman who agrees to tutor 18-year-old high school dropout, Nicole Turner. Much to his surprise, their relationship not only helps Nicole build a future, but helps Cleamons put his personal life back together.
3.
Freak City (1999)
Ruth Ellison, a young woman with multiple sclerosis, is involuntarily placed in the Lewellyn Care Center after the sudden death of her grandmother. Ruth has a disruptive impact on the institution and is frustrated by her developmentally challenged roommate Cass. While making things difficult for the
4.
My Own Country (1998)
Television movie based on the autobiography "My Own Country," by Dr. Abraham Verghese, an Ethiopian/East Indian physician specializing in infectious diseases in a small rural Tennessee town in the mid 1980s. Verghese's treatment of HIV-positive patients jeopardizes his assimilation into the small co
5.
Fixer, The (1998)
When he suffers a near fatal accident, Jack Killoran, a savvy operator in Chicago's political machine, starts to reassess his lifestyle, including his business practices. This awakening proves troublesome to his close associates who rely on Killoran to "fix" situations, including a murder committed
6.
Inspectors, The (1998)
When a mail bomb explodes in a suburban Baltimore home, a man is left dead and his wife is seriously injured. The victim's troubled son, Drew Carrigan, is suspected until evidence suggests that he was the intended target. A veteran United States Postal Inspector teams up with a bright, Harvard-educa
7.
Floating Away (1998) as Video Colorist
Maurey, in a drunken spiral after the death of her father, loses her husband to another woman along with the custody of her son. In an alcoholic haze, she wanders into a local tavern where she meets Shane and Lloyd. Together they set out on a cross-country trek to retrieve her child. On the way, Sha
8.
Mr. and Mrs. Loving (1996)
Set in 1960, a couple is imprisoned for violating a Virginia ban on interracial marriage. Based on the true story of an interracial couple who took their case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Post Production (feature film)

9.
Tennessee Williams' The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (2003)
A recently widowed middle-aged American actress vacations in Italy and has an affair with a young Italian gigolo who ultimately breaks her heart
10.
Out of the Ashes (2003)
Based on the true story of Gisella Perl, a Hungarian-Jewish gynecologist sent to Auschwitz and forced to participate in medical experiments for Nazi doctor Josef Mengele during World War II. The story begins in America, after the war, as she is interviewed by the INS to gain citizenship and to hopef
11.
Snow in August (2001)
Set in Brooklyn during the summer of 1947, the telefilm tells the tale of a fatherless Catholic boy who is endangered after witnessing a violent crime and subsequently forms an extraordinary bond with Rabbi Judah Hirsch, a refugee of war. The young boy struggles to tell the truth and confront a mena
12.
By Dawn's Early Light (2001)
Mike Lewis is an awkward, misanthropic 16-year-old who tunes out his parents and his problems by turning up the volume of his headphones or by zoning out in front of his computer. Outside his bedroom door, his parents are arguing again. Sandy and Ron need some time together to repair their strained
13.
Noriega: God's Favorite (2000)
In December 1989, Panamanian General Manuel "Tony" Noriega, once the most powerful figure in Central America, has become a fugitive and is taking refuge in the Vatican Embassy, much to the consternation of the Papal Nuncio. American troops have surrounded the building with tanks and want to extradit
14.
Rated X (2000)
Based on the true story of San Francisco-based adult entertainment entrepreneurs Jim and Artie Mitchell. The story follows the Mitchell brothers from their troubled childhoods to their success in the porn industry. They fix up an old theater to show their movies--The O'Farrell Theater. A series of r
15.
Seventeen Again (2000)
When 12-year-old Willie Donovan's home science project g s awry, his estranged grandparents magically turn 17 again. But they won't enjoy their long-lost youth for long unless Willie can find an antidote to prevent them from dying prematurely.<P>The Donovan family has just moved from Los Angeles to
16.
Enslavement: The True Story of Fanny Kemble (2000)
Movie based on the life of British 19th century actress and anti-slavery activist Fanny Kemble.<P>On a theatrical tour of the United States, Fanny Kemble falls in love with and marries Pierce Butler, a wealthy American lawyer. Their storybook marriage begins to disintegrate when Fanny wants to have
17.
Harlan County War (2000)
A courageous coal miner's wife overcomes politics, poverty and violence in spearheading a bloody year-long labor strike. This fictional story, set against the historical background of the 1970s Harlan County coal strike, centers around Ruby Kincaid, who despite concern by her husband Silas, forms a
18.
Run the Wild Fields (2000)
The story of a woman and her daughter who take in a mysterious drifter while her husband is off fighting in WWII.
19.
Sandy Bottom Orchestra, The (2000)
Once a talented classical pianist, Ingrid Green gave up her dreams for life in a small town with dairy farmer Norman and their daughter Rachel. An iconoclast who doesn't quite fit in with middle American life, Ingrid is always battling the one-track minds of those around her, whether it's to save an
20.
Devil's Arithmetic, The (1999)
A pampered Jewish teenage girl, Hannah, is transported back in time to her family's tragic past during the Holocaust in German-occupied Poland in 1941. There, alongside her future aunt, she begins her surrealistic journey of discovery. Imprisoned in a concentration camp and forced to work at hard la
21.
Run For the Dream: The Gail Devers Story (1996)
Drama based on the true story of 1992 Olympic Gold medalist Gail Devers, who overcame Graves Disease to become the "fastest woman in the world."
22.
Code Name: Wolverine (1996)
While vacationing in Italy, a college professor and ex-Navy SEAL is forced to use his lethal military training when he and his family accidentally become pawns in a war between a drug cartel and government agents.
23.
Critical Choices (1996)
Inspired by actual events, examines the abortion debate between pro-choice and right-to-life groups as seen through the eyes of three very different women whose paths cross and whose lives are transformed during an intense, crisis-weekend struggle to keep a Los Angeles clinic open.

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

24.
Dogboys (1998) as Video Colorist

Post Production (TV Mini-Series)

25.
Thanks of a Grateful Nation (1998)
Television movie that follows different individuals who are affected by mysterious illnesses when they return home from the Persian Gulf. Jim Tuite, a former Presidential Secret Service agent working for Senator Donald Riegle, not only discovers that many veterans are affected by Gulf War Syndrome,

Post Production (TV Mini-Series)

26.
Girl Thing, A (2001)
Consists of four separate stories featuring women who are dealing with the unexpected twists and turns that life takes. In each story, one of the women is seeing psychiatrist Dr. Beth Noonan, who attempts to help each of them succesfully make a major transition in their lives, while Dr. Noonan strug

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