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Sound (feature film)

1.
In the Cut (2003) as Sound Designer
Following the brutal murder of a young woman in her neighborhood, a self-determined NYU professor dares to test the limits of her own safety by propelling herself into an impossibly risky sexual liaison with a detective. As the affair increasingly pushes the limits of sexuality, she grows wary about
2.
Ring, The (2002) as Sound Designer
It sounded like just another urban legend--a videotape filled with nightmarish images, leading to a phone call foretelling the viewer's death in exactly seven days. As a newspaper reporter, Rachel Keller was naturally skeptical of the story, until four teenagers all met with mysterious deaths exactly one week after watching just such a tape. Allowing her investigative curiosity to get the better of her, Rachel tracks down the video... and watches it. Now she has just seven days to unravel the mystery of the "Ring."
3.
Not Nude Though, A Portrait of Rudy Burckhardt (2002) as Sound
Doris Kornish's film follows Rudy Burckhardt over a period of ten years, providing an intimate look at what makes this infamously self-effacing artist tick. Using the commentary of colleagues and collaborators, excerpts from his work, and rare glimpses of the artist in action, the film mirrors the s
4.
Kurosawa (2001) as Sound
Akira Kurosawa (1910-1998) was, undoubtedly, one of the greatest directors in the history of Japanese cinema, whose work was acclaimed throughout the world. From "Rashomon" (1950) through "Seven Samurai" (1954) to his late masterpiece "Ran" (1985), Kurosawa produced one of the most important and inf
5.
Lalee's Kin: The Legacy of Cotton (2001) as Sound
An exploration of the trap and interdependence of illiteracy and poverty through the matriarch of a poor African- American family in rural Mississippi.
6.
Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport (2000) as Sound Mixer
A documentary that focuses on the Kindertransport, which saw some 10,000 mostly Jewish children flee Hitler to the relative safety of Britain.
7.
Endurance: Shackleton's Legendary Antarctic Expedition, The (2000) as Sound Mixer
Story of Ernest Shackleton's explorations of Antarctica and the troubles his group encounters.
8.
My Generation (2000) as Sound (Unit A)
About the 3 Woodstock festivals and the generations of youth in attendance.
9.
Best Man: (1999) as Sound
In 1980 documentarian Ira Wohl won an Academy Award for "Best Boy," which told the story of Philly, Wohl's then 50-year-old mentally retarded cousin. The documentary showed audiences Philly's transition from his aging parents' home to greater independence living in a group home. The sequel to "Best
10.
Dancemaker (1998) as Production Sound Mixer
Documentary that focuses on the Paul Taylor Dance Co., examining the ballet world and the nuts and bolts of the craft itself during the creation and production of Taylor's tango inspired dance piece, "Piazzolla Caldera." With interviews and footage from Taylor's long career as a dancer and choreogra
11.
Wallowitch & Ross: This Moment (1998) as Additional Sound
A portrait of entertainers Wallowitch and Ross, focussing on their respective talents for music and dance, and the love they have for one another. A musical double act for 30 years, the couple met when Ross was a principal dancer for Martha Graham and Wallowitch a gifted Juilliard student. Lovers as
12.
Wild Man Blues (1997) as Sound Recordist
A documentary chronicling Woody Allen's jazz band as it tours Europe, beginning with the tour's opening at the San Remo Festival in Spain.
13.
Suzanne Farrell: Elusive Muse (1996) as Sound Recordist
She came to the New York City Ballet as a teenager from Ohio and captured the heart and soul of the great Mr. B, inspiring the seminal ballets of her era and setting off a fevered and bizarre star-crossed love triangle. As the greatest ballerina of her time looks back on her amazing career, she crea
14.
The Good, The Bad And The Beautiful (1995) as Sound Recordist
Film clips and interviews show how female stars have helped shape the dreams Hollywood sells to movie fans.
15.
Umbrellas (1993) as Sound
A documentary chronicle about one of Christo's monumental environmentalist arts projects; the artist and his wife spent $26 million to raise more than 3,100 20-foot-high umbrellas along stretches of valleys in Japan and California.
16.
One Hand Don't Clap (1991) as Sound
Traces the history and present state of calypso and its spinoff, soca.
17.
High Fidelity - The Adventures of the Guarneri String Quartet (1989) as Sound
A documentary portrait of the famous string quartet, which was founded in 1964 and celebrated its 25th anniversay in 1989.
18.
Dancing For Mr. B: Six Balanchine Ballerinas (1989) as Sound
Legendary choreographer George Balanchine is remembered in a documentary using recollections by members of his ballet troupe.
19.
Spirits of the Air, Gremlins of the Clouds (1989) as Sound
Brother and sister endure alone together in a post-apocalyptic Outback until the sudden arrival of a stranger named Smith.
20.
Exiles, The (1989) as Sound
A chronicle of the rescue of oppressed intellectuals and artists from Europe before the outbreak of World War II. It studies the cultural and intellectual impact of this emigre population on American life.
21.
Voices of Sarafina! (1988) as Sound (Documentary Unit)
Documentary on the musical play "Sarafina."
22.
That Rhythm Those Blues (1988) as Sound
Exploration of the black musical heritage in the United States.
23.
Work I've Done, The (1984) as Sound
25.
Compleat Beatles, The (1984) as Sound
26.
Burroughs (1983) as Sound
27.
Family Business (1982) as Sound Recording
28.
Between a Rock and a Hard Place (1981) as Sound
The effect of making a living as a coal miner is examined through interviews with three miners from West Virginia. Men in different stages of life are interviewed: A young man who could not find work in the city talks about his dissatisfaction with his job. A middle-aged miner views his situation wi
29.
Conversations With Willard Van Dyke (1981) as Additional Sound Recording Mixer
The career of Willard Van Dyke as chief curator of the New York Museum of Modern Art's film department is documented. Originally a photographer, Van Dyke discusses his move from still photography to documentary filmmaking. A committed social activist, Van Dyke expounds on the decline of the policita
30.
Best Boy (1979) as Sound Recording
A personal documentary about Ira Wohl's cousin Philip--a "mentally retarded" 52-year-old that Wohl helps toward having a more independent life.
31.
Not a Pretty Picture (1976) as Sound Recording
A semi-autobiographical docudrama about rape by Martha Coolidge in which she reconstructs her own rape at age 16, when a high school date with an older boy turns violent.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

32.
Not Nude Though, A Portrait of Rudy Burckhardt (2002)
Doris Kornish's film follows Rudy Burckhardt over a period of ten years, providing an intimate look at what makes this infamously self-effacing artist tick. Using the commentary of colleagues and collaborators, excerpts from his work, and rare glimpses of the artist in action, the film mirrors the s
33.
Lalee's Kin: The Legacy of Cotton (2001)
An exploration of the trap and interdependence of illiteracy and poverty through the matriarch of a poor African- American family in rural Mississippi.
34.
Kurosawa (2001)
Akira Kurosawa (1910-1998) was, undoubtedly, one of the greatest directors in the history of Japanese cinema, whose work was acclaimed throughout the world. From "Rashomon" (1950) through "Seven Samurai" (1954) to his late masterpiece "Ran" (1985), Kurosawa produced one of the most important and inf
35.
My Generation (2000)
About the 3 Woodstock festivals and the generations of youth in attendance.
36.
Best Man: (1999)
In 1980 documentarian Ira Wohl won an Academy Award for "Best Boy," which told the story of Philly, Wohl's then 50-year-old mentally retarded cousin. The documentary showed audiences Philly's transition from his aging parents' home to greater independence living in a group home. The sequel to "Best
37.
Wallowitch & Ross: This Moment (1998)
A portrait of entertainers Wallowitch and Ross, focussing on their respective talents for music and dance, and the love they have for one another. A musical double act for 30 years, the couple met when Ross was a principal dancer for Martha Graham and Wallowitch a gifted Juilliard student. Lovers as
38.
Umbrellas (1993)
A documentary chronicle about one of Christo's monumental environmentalist arts projects; the artist and his wife spent $26 million to raise more than 3,100 20-foot-high umbrellas along stretches of valleys in Japan and California.
39.
One Hand Don't Clap (1991)
Traces the history and present state of calypso and its spinoff, soca.
40.
Spirits of the Air, Gremlins of the Clouds (1989)
Brother and sister endure alone together in a post-apocalyptic Outback until the sudden arrival of a stranger named Smith.
41.
Exiles, The (1989)
A chronicle of the rescue of oppressed intellectuals and artists from Europe before the outbreak of World War II. It studies the cultural and intellectual impact of this emigre population on American life.
42.
High Fidelity - The Adventures of the Guarneri String Quartet (1989)
A documentary portrait of the famous string quartet, which was founded in 1964 and celebrated its 25th anniversay in 1989.
43.
Dancing For Mr. B: Six Balanchine Ballerinas (1989)
Legendary choreographer George Balanchine is remembered in a documentary using recollections by members of his ballet troupe.
44.
Voices of Sarafina! (1988)
Documentary on the musical play "Sarafina."
45.
That Rhythm Those Blues (1988)
Exploration of the black musical heritage in the United States.
49.
Burroughs (1983)
50.
Conversations With Willard Van Dyke (1981)
The career of Willard Van Dyke as chief curator of the New York Museum of Modern Art's film department is documented. Originally a photographer, Van Dyke discusses his move from still photography to documentary filmmaking. A committed social activist, Van Dyke expounds on the decline of the policita
51.
Between a Rock and a Hard Place (1981)
The effect of making a living as a coal miner is examined through interviews with three miners from West Virginia. Men in different stages of life are interviewed: A young man who could not find work in the city talks about his dissatisfaction with his job. A middle-aged miner views his situation wi
52.
Best Boy (1979)
A personal documentary about Ira Wohl's cousin Philip--a "mentally retarded" 52-year-old that Wohl helps toward having a more independent life.
53.
Not a Pretty Picture (1976)
A semi-autobiographical docudrama about rape by Martha Coolidge in which she reconstructs her own rape at age 16, when a high school date with an older boy turns violent.

Sound (special)

54.
Farmingville (2004) as Sound Recordist
Enter the traumatized world of Farmingville, a previously unassuming Long Island suburb that witnessed the beating and attempted murder of two Mexican day laborers. On the one side, the community's increasing population of undocumented aliens, who are crowding into single-family dwellings and assemb
55.
Real Sex Presents: Porn 101 (2003) as Sound Recordist
Reality special that documents the various films entered in Boston's annual Amateur Porn Film Festival.
56.
Peter Jennings Reporting: I Have a Dream (2003) as Sound
Special hosted by Peter Jennings which examines the impact and circumstances surrounding the famous oration given by Martin Luther King Jr. at Washington D.C.'s Lincoln Memorial to commemorate the event's 40th anniversary.
57.
Together: Stop Violence Against Women (2003) as Sound
Women from different walks of life share their stories of overcoming violence and domestic abuse.
58.
Kurosawa (2002) as Sound Recordist
Hailed by critics as one of the top filmmakers of the 20th century, Japanese director Akira Kurosawa is especially distinctive as the only non-Westerner on this elite list. In 1990, he received an honorary Academy Award for lifetime achievement. However, only a few of his films are even familiar to
59.
Hamptons, The (2002) as Sound Recordist
Reality-based 4 hour documentary miniseries special examining the fashionable New York summer retreat, the Hamptons and the people that vacation or live there.
60.
Middle School Confessions (2002) as Sound
A look at the inner lives of today's adolescents and the efforts of adults to help them. Some of the daily realities dealt with in the special include drinking, sex, violence, depression, suicide, school failure and harassment.
61.
Good Rockin' Tonight: The Legacy of Sun Records (2001) as Location Sound Mixer
Documentary that chronicles the founding of the Sun Records label by Sam Phillips. The program features contemporary artists performing the music of Sun Records artists, including Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison and Johnny Cash.
62.
Turandot Project, The (2001) as Sound Recordist
A backstage look at the premiere performance of Zhang Yimou's opera directorial debut of Puccini's "Turandot" at the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino Festival in Florence, Italy.
63.
Who's Dancing Now? (2001) as Sound Recordist
Featuring former students of Jacques d'Amboise's National Dance Institute, the film focuses on dance education. It explores the impact of early exposure to the arts and the potential to transform the lives of children.
64.
F. Scott Fitzgerald: Winter Dreams (2001) as Sound Recordist
A literary biography of American author F. Scott Fitzgerald. The program includes excerpts from private letters, photos from family albums, interviews with Fitzgerald's friends and E.L. Doctorow, as well as Zelda Fitzgerald's drawings and paintings.
65.
Search For a Safe Cigarette (2001) as Sound Recordist
Can science make a "safer" cigarette? As new brands with reduced emissions enter the market, the program probes the controversial quest for a less-toxic smoke. Are these products the answer to smoking related illnesses or are they simply the latest marketing strategy to increase cigarette sales?
66.
Internationale, The (2001) as Sound Recordist
Documentary chronicling the history of "The Internationale," the longtime anthem of socialism and communism. The film draws on people's stories of this emotionally charged radical song to illustrate its history.
67.
Dancing With Divas: A G-String Special (2001) as Sound Recordist
A compilation of the most provocative moments from the HBO reality series "G-String Divas," which followed the personal and professional lives of erotic dancers at a Pennsylvania strip club.
68.
Free to Dance (2001) as Sound Recordist
Special that chronicles the role that African-American dancers and choreographers have played in the development of modern dance as an American art form. Through first-person storytelling by dancers and witnesses, the program documents how African-derived movement and European dance fused and made m
69.
Real Sex 27: Slippery When Wet (2001) as Sound Recordist
This edition of the erotic magazine show includes the following highlights: Menage, a Philadelphia "adult entertainer" with an impossibly long tongue, who teaches men how to please women; Mark Yasanchak, a man who shoots adult films entirely underwater; a Florida company that produces high-end sex t
70.
Evolution (2001) as Sound
Documentary series that focuses on how life evolved from water to earth and how humans evolved from nonhuman species. The series focuses heavily on Copernicus and Charles Darwin and concentrates on telling the story of evolution as a scientific fact.
71.
Lost in Las Vegas (2001) as Sound
Canadians Wayne Catania and Kieran Lafferty take their Blues Brothers act to Las Vegas to audition for the famous Legends impersonators show. They take a journey through Las Vegas as they decide if they want to live and raise families in a city whose only value seems to be making money. Along the wa
72.
School: The Story of American Public Education (2001) as Sound
Documentary that examines the American experiment of universal education, providing a history of public education from the American Revolution to today. The program looks at the efforts of Thomas Jefferson and others to create a common system of tax-supported schools that would mix people of differe
73.
Recording "The Producers": A Musical Romp With Mel Brooks (2001) as Sound
Documentary that captures the behind-the-scenes story of the full-day cast-album recording session as the company lays down the score Mel Brooks expanded from his 1968 film "The Producers." The entire cast is on hand, led by Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick, plus director Susan Stroman and writer/c
74.
Man Who Came to Dinner, The (2000) as Audio
Presentation of the Roundabout Theater Company's Broadway production of "The Man Who Came to Dinner," the story of a famous, irascible, big-city radio personality (based on Alexander Woolcott) who is forced by injury to spend several weeks in the home of an unassuming Midwest middle-class family. Th
75.
Drinking Apart: Families Under the Influence (2000) as Sound
Documentary focusing on the impact of substance abuse on personal relationships. Three New York City families from different walks of life attempt to rebuild their lives in the wake of alcohol and drug addictions. Shot in their homes and in therapy sessions.
76.
Robert Zemeckis on Smoking, Drinking and Drugging in the 20th Century: In Pursuit of Happiness (1999) as Production Sound Mixer
A feature-length documentary on smoking, drinking and drugging in the 20th century. Through interviews with historians and professionals in the drug treatment field interspersed with film clips, filmmaker Robert Zemeckis delves into the history of America's relationship with mind-altering substances
77.
Real Sex 23 (1999) as Sound Recordist
An edition of the erotic magazine series for adults which examines unusual sexual practices. Highlights include: a night at the theater with porn star-performance artist Annie Sprinkle, who traces her 25-year odyssey through the sexual revolution; a Parisian restaurant and private club that combines
78.
Robert Rauschenberg: Inventive Genius (1999) as Sound Recordist
Profile of artist Robert Rauschenberg, known for blurring the line between painting and sculpture with his multi-sided "combines."
79.
Life Afterlife (1999) as Sound Recordist
Documentary that explores the question: Is there life after death? And if so, can we communicate with the dead? Includes personal stories from everyday people who claim they have made contact with deceased friends and relatives, to self-proclaimed mediums, to philosophers and scientists who have ded
80.
Swingin' With the Duke: Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra With Wynton Marsalis (1999) as Audio (Documentary Unit)
To celebrate the 100th birthday of pianist, arranger and bandleader Duke Ellington , Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra perform selections of Ellington's music. The program also features swing dancing and documentary sequences that explore Ellington's compassions as a composer.
81.
Jackie: Behind the Myth (1999) as Sound
Documentary about Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis. The program gives an intimate account of her life, framed by the times in which she lived and informed by people who knew her.
82.
Where It's At: The Rolling Stone State of the Union (1998) as Production Sound Mixer
Celebration of three decades of the music magazine, "Rolling Stone." Features interviews with musicians and young people from around the country, as well as musical performances, comedy skits and film clips expressing a variety of themes including Identity, Spirituality, Sex & Love, Music, Values, F
83.
Friends For Life: Living With AIDS (1998) as Sound Recordist
Documentary examining the lives of children living with HIV and AIDS.
84.
Defending Our Daughters: The Rights of Women in the World (1998) as Sound Recordist
Documentary focusing on the abuse of women's rights in various countries including Pakistan, Egypt and Bosnia. while also highlighting the work of activists worldwide.
85.
Variety & Virtuosity: American Ballet Theatre Now (1998) as Audio (Documentary)
Documentary and performance footage featuring the leading dancers of the American Ballet Theatre.
86.
Wild!Life Adventures: Little Warriors (1998) as Sound
Lauren Hutton takes two children on a wildlife safari in Kenya.
87.
Don Hewitt: 90 Minutes on 60 Minutes (1998) as Additional Sound
Profile of broadcast journalism pioneer Don Hewitt, creator of "60 Minutes," the first television news magazine.
88.
Porgy and Bess: An American Voice (1998) as Sound
Documentary exploring the history of the controversial American opera, "Porgy and Bess," written by George and Ira Gershwin. Includes footage of rehearsals and early performances of the opera, dramatizations, and interviews with singers, actors, scholars and critics.
89.
Science Odyssey, A (1998) as Sound (Host Segment)
Five-part, ten-hour special hosted by journalist Charles Osgood chronicling 20th century science, technology, experimentation and discovery.
90.
Shoot the Clock: Fitting Your Life Into Your Life (1997) as Location Sound Mixer
Documentary examines the difficulty women face in trying to balance work, family and personal time. Profiles the lives of six women from Reading, Pennsylvania, who hold different level jobs at Boscov's department store.
91.
Coma (1997) as Sound Recordist
Special focuses on alternative means of treating head trauma.
92.
Signal to Noise: Life With Television (1996) as Sound Recordist
Multi-part, irreverent look at the business and pleasure of television and its impact on contemporary life. Uses short, stylistic segments and video essays to examine the hold this pervasive medium has on people's perceptions of themselves, their world and the future.
93.
Martha Stewart's: Welcome Home For the Holidays (1996) as Sound
Lifestyle authority Martha Stewart offers her suggestions for holiday decorating, cooking and entertaining.
94.
Martha Stewart's Home For the Holidays (1995) as Sound
Lifestyle author Martha Stewart shares ideas on holiday decorating, cooking and entertaining.
95.
Kenny Rogers: Keep Christmas With You (1992) as Documentary Sound Recordist
A special hosted by Kenny Rogers. Five children, chosen from Boys and Girls Clubs around the country, join Rogers and other musical guests in celebrating Christmas.
96.
Dinosaurs!, The (1992) as Sound Recordist
A documentary examining scientific knowledge concerning the nature of dinosaurs and the prehistoric world they inhabited.
97.
Faith Under Fire (1992) as Sound Recordist
A documentary focusing on developments in Eastern Europe through the eyes of individuals who have made decisions of conscience opposing political and religious authoritarianism.
98.
Metropolitan Opera Silver Anniversary, The (1992) as Audio
A concert commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center, featuring performances of "Rigoletto" (Act III), "Otello" (Act III), and "Die Fledermaus" (Act II).
99.
Made in America? (1992) as Sound
A two-part special examining American industry, standard of living and future economic health.
100.
Pavarotti and The Italian Tenor (1992) as Documentary Sound
Opera superstar Luciano Pavarotti discusses his favorite tenors of the past and sings works he rarely performs.
101.
Robert Motherwell and The New York School: Storming the Citadel (1991) as Sound
A documentary focusing on the world of abstract expressionist art in New York in the 1950s and Robert Motherwell, a pioneer of the movement.
102.
Living Against the Odds (1991) as Sound
A special examining some of life's personal risks, such as gambling, rock climbing, earthquakes, plane crashes and global pollution.
103.
Stations of Bach, The (1990) as Sound Engineer
A documentary focusing on the life and music of composer Johann Sebastian Bach.
104.
Dancing For Mr. B: Six Balanchine Ballerinas (1990) as Sound Recordist
A documentary that focuses on six women whose careers as Balanchine ballerinas span four decades. The program includes footage featuring these women dancing in major works.
105.
Amazing Grace With Bill Moyers (1990) as Principal Sound
A documentary that explores the roots of "Amazing Grace," a hymn that continues to serve as a source of inspiration and strength for many people. Dramatic re-enactments are used to tell the story of John Newton, the 18th Century English slave ship captain turned country preacher, who wrote the lyric
106.
James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket (1989) as Sound Recording
A documentary profiling the life and work of writer James Baldwin.
107.
Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser (1989) as Additional Sound
A portrait of the legendary jazz great Thelonious Sphere Monk, featuring previously unseen footage from the 1960s.
108.
I Have AIDS -- A Teenager's Story: A 3-2-1 Contact Extra (1988) as Sound Mixer
A special "3-2-1 Contact" episode which addresses some of the questions and concerns children have about AIDS. Sixteen-year-old Ryan White, a hemophiliac who contracted AIDS through a blood transfusion, is the focus of the special. The program uses simple animation to explain how the AIDS virus atta
109.
"Sarafina!" Words of Freedom... Songs of Hope (1988) as Sound
A documentary interspersing scenes from the Broadway musical "Sarafina!" with the actual stories of the lives of the cast members, following the 30 young South African performers, now living in New York, through their daily routines. In their own words, these young people tell their stories of life
110.
Horowitz Plays Mozart (1988) as Sound Recording
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.
111.
Einstein on the Beach: The Changing Image of Opera (1986) as Sound Mixer
A performance documentary about the collaboration between composer Philip Glass and theater artist Robert Wilson who are seen at work remounting their opera, "Einstein on the Beach," for the Brooklyn Academy of Music's 1984 Next Wave Festival. The film, a presentation of "Great Performances," featur
112.
Einstein on the Beach: The Changing Image of Opera (1986) as Sound Recording
A performance documentary about the collaboration between composer Philip Glass and theater artist Robert Wilson who are seen at work remounting their opera, "Einstein on the Beach," for the Brooklyn Academy of Music's 1984 Next Wave Festival. The film, a presentation of "Great Performances," featur
113.
Directed By William Wyler (1986) as Sound
During the Golden Age of Hollywood, William Wyler was one of the most commerically successful film directors. Here the filmmaker examines clips from his most famous films and interviews with his most famous stars. Included is an interview that Wyler gave in 1981, three days before he died.
114.
Miles Ahead: The Music of Miles Davis (1986) as Film Sound Recording (New Orleans Concert Segment)
A portrait of legendary jazz trumpeter, bandleader and composer Miles Davis, who defined the sound of contemporary jazz. The program profiles his life and career, and features Davis in performance at the Saenger Theater in New Orleans as part of the 1986 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, and i

Misc. Crew (special)

115.
Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser (1989)
A portrait of the legendary jazz great Thelonious Sphere Monk, featuring previously unseen footage from the 1960s.
116.
Directed By William Wyler (1986)
During the Golden Age of Hollywood, William Wyler was one of the most commerically successful film directors. Here the filmmaker examines clips from his most famous films and interviews with his most famous stars. Included is an interview that Wyler gave in 1981, three days before he died.

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