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Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Clear History (2013)
After helping to market a new electric car, the executive loses his stake in the project, leaving him broke and in despair while his ex-partner acquires all the success and wealth.
2.
Clear History (2013)
After helping to market a new electric car, the executive loses his stake in the project, leaving him broke and in despair while his ex-partner acquires all the success and wealth.
3.
Radio Unnameable (2012)
Legendary New York radio personality Bob Fass, broadcasting from WBAI in New York for almost 50 years, revolutionized radio by sampling music, politics, comedy and news-from-the-street.
4.
Cinema Verite (2011)
Biopic based on the PBS series "An American Family," where cameras follow a family as they go about their daily life.
5.
Answer Man, The (2009)
Arlen Faber is the reclusive author of "Me and God," a book that has redefined spirituality for an entire generation and has been translated into over 100 languages. On the eve of the 20th anniversary of his still wildly popular book, Arlen is still sought after as the man who has all the answers. A
6.
Recount (2008)
A behind the scenes view of the 2000 presidential election between George W. Bush and Al Gore and the voting scandal that ensued in Florida, forcing them to recount the votes.
7.
Broken English (2007)
Nora Wilder is a thirty-something Manhattanite who is cynical about love and relationships. Nora plugs away at her job in a posh downtown hotel and can't help but wonder what it is she has to do to find a relationship as ideal as her friend Audrey's "perfect marriage." It doesn't help that her overb
8.
Leonard Cohen I'm Your Man (2006)
Songwriter. Poet. Counter-culture icon. Consummate ladies' man. Since bursting onto the scene in 1967, Leonard Cohen has inspired generations with his unique personality and haunting music, becoming one of the most original and enduring artists to emerge from the 1960s. In January, 2005, director
9.
Too Tough to Die (2006)
A tribute to The Ramones. Musicians and family members gathered at the legendary Avalon Theatre in Los Angeles on September 12, 2004, for a concert honoring The Ramones' 30th anniversary. The concert, which took place just two-and-a-half days before Johnny Ramone's death, featured more than a dozen
10.
Alpha Dog (2006)
Story based on the life of Jesse James Hollywood, the youngest man to ever be on the F.B.I.'s most wanted list.
11.
Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession (2004) as Cinematographer
A look at Jerry Harvey and his creation, the Z Channel, the first pay cable network. The Z Channel launched in 1974 as California's first pay-TV service, showing two movies a week, and quickly became required viewing for Hollywood's elite and cinephiles alike.
12.
Late Watch (2004)
Writer Travis Hall interviews for a job as a security guard by remarking that he has no relevant work experience and several gaps in his resumé. He's hired on the spot. He spends his first night trying to figure out what his job actually is. Supporting him in this endeavor are a variety of deadbeat
13.
Hillside Strangler, The (2004) as Director Of Photography
When ten women are murdered in Los Angeles, two cousins are to blame. Based on the late 1970s serial killings committed by Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Bueno, the story focuses on the four months between 1977-1978 when the men went on a murderous spree.
14.
City of Ghosts (2002) as Camera Operator
Jimmy Cremmins has been working as a front man for a bogus insurance company set up by his longtime mentor, Marvin. In the aftermath of a disastrous hurricane, claims against their fabricated coverage come pouring in. With Marvin living as an expatriate in Southeast Asia, Jimmy is forced to face the
15.
City of Ghosts (2002) as Director Of Photography (2nd Unit)
Jimmy Cremmins has been working as a front man for a bogus insurance company set up by his longtime mentor, Marvin. In the aftermath of a disastrous hurricane, claims against their fabricated coverage come pouring in. With Marvin living as an expatriate in Southeast Asia, Jimmy is forced to face the
16.
Boys Don't Cry (1999) as Director Of Photography/Time Lapse Photography
In Falls City, Nebraska, Brandon Teena was a newcomer with a future who had the small rural community enchanted. Women adored him and almost everyone who met this charismatic stranger was drawn to his charming innocence. But Falls City's hottest date and truest friend had one secret: he wasn't the p
17.
Speed Racer: Welcome to the World of Vic Chesnutt (1993) as Director Of Photography
Freethinking and "freewheeling" Vic Chestnut is the subject of this portrait of a man and his music.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

18.
New York Cop (1995) as Key Grip
Toshi is a Japanese man who lives in New York City and works with the police. He is recommended for undercover work and infiltrates a gang, making friends with its leader, Hawk. When one of the gang members becomes suspicious of Toshi, he is in danger of having his true identity exposed before he ca
19.
What Happened Was... (1994) as Grip
Two people, one apartment, and a single Friday night in this examination of amorous rituals in an age of dating anxiety.
20.
Silent Alarm, The (1993) as Key Grip
The story of a little boy's first steps towards realizing that life is more complex than he thought.
21.
Joey Breaker (1993) as Key Grip
Autobiographical film about an agent who discovers there is more to life than his job.
22.
Juice (1992) as Dolly Grip
Four Harlem friends looking to gain power and respect commit an armed robbery, which goes completely wrong.
23.
Bad Lieutenant (1992) as Dolly Grip
The spiritual depravity of a New York City cop comes to a head when he is assigned to investigate the rape of a nun.
24.
Poison (1989) as Key Grip
Three stories which, each in its own distinct visual style, explore themes of moral and social transgression: "Hero," shot in a mock TV-documentary style depicts a gruesome patricide; "Horror," filmed like a 1950s B-movie tells the tale of a mad science experiment gone horribly wrong; and "Homo" exp
25.
After Hours (1985) as Production Assistant
A slightly nerdy yuppie ends up going to SoHo one night for what he hopes will be a nice date, but ends up getting caught up in one weird turn of events after another with a menagerie of oddball characters. Soon, he finds himself the accused suspect in a string of burglaries in the neighborhood, bec

Misc. Crew (feature film)

26.
Cookie (1989)
A teenager and her ex-con father plan to sting the police and the Mafia.
27.
Cookie (1989)
A teenager and her ex-con father plan to sting the police and the Mafia.

Cinematography (special)

28.
Great Directors (2010)
Interviews with 10 leading filmmakers.

Film Production - Main (special)

29.
Nobody's Girls: Five Women of the West (1994) as Key Grip (New Mexico)
Real stories of five women of the Old West (approximately 1860-1915), told in their own words and reenacted by five actresses. Rare photos and early film footage create a base for dramatic portrayals of a Piute Indian scout who made great efforts to help her people during the Bannock War of 1878; a

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