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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Gates, The (2008)
Documents the decades long struggle for approval by the city and the final installation of 7,500 sixteen-foot-high gateways adorned in flying saffron fabric that stood New York's Central Park for sixteen days in February, 2005 created by the artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude.

Cinematography (feature film)

2.
Gates, The (2008)
Documents the decades long struggle for approval by the city and the final installation of 7,500 sixteen-foot-high gateways adorned in flying saffron fabric that stood New York's Central Park for sixteen days in February, 2005 created by the artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude.
3.
Keeping Time: The Life, Music & Photographs of Milt Hinton (2004) as Cinematographer
Legendary jazz bassist Milt Hinton furnishes both sound and image for this documentary. A talented amateur photographer, Hinton chronicled 65 years of jazz greats as, at one time or another, he played with them all. Trio of filmmakers interweaves rich black-and-white archival performance footage, Hi
4.
Last Dance (2002) as Cinematographer
A chronicle which goes behind the scenes on a stormy collaboration between the iconoclastic dance company, Pilobolus, and legendary author-illustrator Maurice Sendak. Over months of improv work in the studio, they transform a haunting holocaust legacy into a disturbing theater piece. The documentary
5.
Pie in the Sky: The Brigid Berlin Story (2000) as Cinematographer
A profile of Andy Warhol superstar and rebel Brigid Berlin, whose parents were Fifth Avenue socialites and in the William Randolph Hearst circle. She continually defied their efforts to keep her on diets and in the right schools. Instead, Berlin became a staple of Warhol's infamous Factory and films
6.
My Generation (2000) as Director Of Photography (Unit B)
About the 3 Woodstock festivals and the generations of youth in attendance.
7.
Tell the Truth and Run: George Seldes and the American Press (1996) as Cinematographer
Specialists on media and democracy conduct an examination of censorship and suppression in the American press which profiles pioneering press critic George Seldes--a supreme iconoclast among 20th century American journalists.
8.
In Our Hands (1983) as Camera Operator
A chronicle focusing in on the largest peace demonstration in the history of the world, which took place on June 12, 1982. One million people were in New York on what's been described as a magical day, speaking in one voice to "stop the nuclear arms race." There were forty-three volunteer camera te
9.
Let's Spend the Night Together (1982) as Camera Operator (New York)
Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones perform 24 songs during two 1980 concerts.
10.
Trials of Alger Hiss, The (1979) as Cinematographer
Alger Hiss was one of FDR's aides who served on the United States delegation at the Yalta Conference at the end of World War II. During the anti-Communism era that followed, Hiss was targeted by Whittaker Chambers, a former Communist Party member who had become a senior editor at Time Magazine. Cham

Producer (feature film)

11.
Last Dance (2002)
A chronicle which goes behind the scenes on a stormy collaboration between the iconoclastic dance company, Pilobolus, and legendary author-illustrator Maurice Sendak. Over months of improv work in the studio, they transform a haunting holocaust legacy into a disturbing theater piece. The documentary

Editing (feature film)

12.
Last Dance (2002) as Editor
A chronicle which goes behind the scenes on a stormy collaboration between the iconoclastic dance company, Pilobolus, and legendary author-illustrator Maurice Sendak. Over months of improv work in the studio, they transform a haunting holocaust legacy into a disturbing theater piece. The documentary

Sound (feature film)

13.
Deal (1977) as Sound
The long-running TV game show Let's Make a Deal is documented. The show originally air from 1963 through 1977, and had several returns to television after that. The producers of the show are interviewed and behind the scenes footage is included.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

14.
Moment of Impact: The Stories of Pullitzer Prize Photographs (1999) as Additional Photography
Documentary that explores the stories behind Pultizer-Prize winning photographs.
15.
No Maps on My Taps (1978) as Photography
The indigenous American art of jazz tap dancing is explored in this documentary. Using rare photos and clips from Hollywood films of the 1930s, the careers of Sandman Sims, Chuck Green and Bunny Briggs, are highlighted.
16.
Hollywood On Trial (1976) as Additional Photography
John Huston narrates this documentary about the government investigation of alleged Communist infiltration of show business. Includes interviews with Ronald Reagan, Dalton Trumbo and Gale Sondergaard.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

17.
Deal (1977)
The long-running TV game show Let's Make a Deal is documented. The show originally air from 1963 through 1977, and had several returns to television after that. The producers of the show are interviewed and behind the scenes footage is included.

Cinematography (special)

18.
Kennedy Center: Mark Twain Prize -- Celebrating Whoopi Goldberg, The (2001) as Camera Operator (Showcase Documentary)
Whoppi Goldberg receives one of America's top prizes for humor, becoming the first woman to receive the Kennedy Center's Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
19.
Jefferson's Blood (2000) as Additional Camera ("Frontline")
Documentary that examines the DNA evidence that proves Thomas Jefferson had a long-standing relationship and several children with Sally Hemings, a woman who was his slave. An early hero of the anti-slavery movement, Jefferson wrote about slavery's corrupting influence on blacks and whites alike. It
20.
Ryan Interview, The (2000) as Camera (Documentary Segment)
An adaptation of Arthur Miller's short play about Fredericka Rose, an urban newspaper reporter ordered to do a "puff piece" interview with centenarian Bob Ryan. Fredericka goes through the motions with the old man, turning on the phony charm and professional manipulation, trying not to show her irri
21.
Jimi & Sly: The Skin I'm In (2000) as Cinematographer
Documentary chronicling the major shifts in American music and culture in the late 1960s, with particular emphasis on the careers of guitar virtuoso Jimi Hendrix and rock group Sly and the Family Stone.
22.
Clint Eastwood: Out of the Shadows (2000) as Director Of Photography
Documentary that explores actor/director Clint Eastwood and his art by juxtaposing each major stage in his life with a corresponding stage in the thematic development of his work. Eastwood tells his own story, from his childhood in Depression-era Northern California, to life in the stratosphere of f
23.
Hunting bin Laden (1999) as Camera
Examines America's counter-terrorism command structure and traces the investigation into the 1998 embassy bombings in East Africa. In August 1998, two car bombs exploded simultaneously at United States embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, killing 268 people and injuring more than 5000. In the days and w
24.
Spying on Saddam (1999) as Camera
UNSCOM, a special UN commission created to find and destroy Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction, disintegrated amid charges that it was really a spy agency. Scott Ritter, former U.S. Marine and UNSCOM inspector, claims U.S. Intelligence destroyed UNSCOM's credibility when American spies pen
25.
Population: Six Billion (1999) as Additional Cinematography
Documentary about population and reproductive health broadcast in conjunction with the United Nations' Day of Six Billion (October 12, the day the six billionth person is expected to be born). Features profiles of ordinary families and commentary by population experts.
26.
Ella Fitzgerald: Something to Live For (1999) as Director Of Photography
Documentary profile of singer Ella Fitzgerald, the First Lady of Song.
27.
Plato's Republic (1996) as Director Of Photography
Documentary on "The Republic," Plato's discourse on political philosphy, structured as a series of conversations between Socrates and his peers. A staged debate between Plato and his philosophical adversaries relates the book's contemplation on the "ideal" state.
28.
Art of War, The (1994) as Director Of Photography
Exploration of the ways in which "Sun Tzu Bing Fa" ("The Art of War") by Sun Tzu has been employed over the past 24 centuries and how it relates to East-West relations. Included are interviews with military professionals and business people.
29.
Huck Finn (1994) as Director Of Photography
Exploration of the moral, historical, and racial implications of Mark Twain's "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn;" a look at the decade (the 1880s) during which the book was written; and an analysis of the novel's impact on our society. Includes interviews with Twain scholars, African-American scho
30.
Children at Risk (1991) as Camera
A health-care special hosted by Dr. C. Everett Koop, former U.S. Surgeon General. Focuses on the sixteen million American children with no health insurance and poor-quality pediatric care.
31.
Forever Young (1991) as Camera
A health-care special hosted by Dr. C. Everett Koop, former U.S. Surgeon General. This program focuses on preventive health care for the aged.
32.
Ten-Year Lunch: The Wit and Legend of the Algonquin Round Table, The (1987) as Camera Operator
A documentary focusing on a group of about a dozen of America's wittiest writers and performers of the 1920s and their renowned daily luncheons at the Hotel Algonquin in New York. What began as a practical joke aimed at one of the group's members became a legendary gathering that has come to symboli

Film Production - Main (special)

33.
War of the Worlds (1994) as Additional Photography
Documentary exploring H.G. Wells' "War of the Worlds." The special uses insights of experts to paint a picture of the author, his times and the forces that drove the creation of his book and continue to keep it alive for readers today. Re-enactments and state-of-the-art computer graphics offer a uni
34.
Horowitz Plays Mozart (1988) as Photography
A behind-the-scenes look at a recording session in Milan of Mozart's Concerto No 23 in A Major with Vladimir Horowitz, conductor Carlo Maria Giulini, and the Orchestra of La Scala.

Misc. Crew (special)

35.
James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket (1989) as Assistance
A documentary profiling the life and work of writer James Baldwin.

Cinematography (special)

36.
Blues, The (2003) as Director Of Photography

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