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Director (feature film)

1.
Sumo East and West (2003)
In Japan sumo is not only the national sport but a centuries-old cultural treasure. Yet this highly traditional world is facing profound changes due to the postwar influx of foreign images, ideas, and influences-foremost among them the arrival of bigger, heavier American wrestlers of Polynesian desc
2.
Raising Nicholas (1992) as Director
A charming snapshot of an adopted Honduran boy and his gay male parents.

Cast (feature film)

3.
Cinematographer Style (2006)
Celebrates the art of motion picture photography, and examines how and why movies look the way they do. With interviews of 110 leading cinematographers around the world, director and cinematographer Jon Fauer explores how his colleagues use technique and technology, art and lighting to tell stories

Cinematography (feature film)

4.
Skydancer (2011)
For over 120 years, six generations of Mohawk Ironworkers have constructed America's modern cityscapes. They are referred to as "sky walkers" because they walk fearlessly atop steel beams high above the city streets. On 9/11 Mohawk ironworkers from all over the country came to Ground Zero, dismantli
5.
Freakonomics (2010)
A documentary about "Freakonomics," which has been described as melding pop culture with economics. A different director will tackle each chapter of the book.
6.
Land of the Blind (2006)
A prisoner recounts his life as a soldier-turned-dissident and his role in the overthrow of his country's totalitarian government.
7.
Imelda (2004) as Cinematographer
A rare and stunning glimpse of one of the world's richest and most powerful women. Imelda herself guides the viewer through her life story, from her days as a young beauty queen through her whirlwind romance with the future president of the Philippines, Ferdinand Marcos. The young Imelda had to adju
8.
Sumo East and West (2003)
In Japan sumo is not only the national sport but a centuries-old cultural treasure. Yet this highly traditional world is facing profound changes due to the postwar influx of foreign images, ideas, and influences-foremost among them the arrival of bigger, heavier American wrestlers of Polynesian desc
9.
Ruthie and Connie: Every Room In The House (2003) as Cinematographer
Ruthie and Connie are Jewish lesbian grandmothers hailing from working class Brooklyn. They are also two of the funniest and most outrageous queer activists you'll ever see. Whether they are in City Hall, on the shores of West Palm Beach, or dancing on the Coney Island boardwalk, they move, enlighte
10.
Secret People (1998) as Director Of Photography
The shocking history of leprosy in America. For years, sufferers were handcuffed, taken to special hospitals behind barbed wire, and lost their constitutional rights. Often they were simply forgotten by family and friends. The stigma of leprosy caused this appalling treatment, but also mobilized som
11.
Church of Saint Coltrane, The (1996) as Cinematographer
John Coltrane is widely recognized as one of the great jazz innovators but few people are aware that towards the end of his life, he became a devoutly religious man. No one knows this better than Bishop Franzo King, who runs a church in San Francisco that has made him its parron saint. At the chur

Producer (feature film)

12.
When I Live My Life Over Again (2015)
Beautiful, aspiring rock star Jude is stuck in a rut, relegated to recording commercial jingles and lost in a series of one night stands. When she is evicted from her Brooklyn apartment, she is forced to move into the Hamptons home of her wealthy and selfish father Paul Lombard, an over-the-hill, Si
13.
Land of the Blind (2006)
A prisoner recounts his life as a soldier-turned-dissident and his role in the overthrow of his country's totalitarian government.
14.
Sumo East and West (2003)
In Japan sumo is not only the national sport but a centuries-old cultural treasure. Yet this highly traditional world is facing profound changes due to the postwar influx of foreign images, ideas, and influences-foremost among them the arrival of bigger, heavier American wrestlers of Polynesian desc

Editing (feature film)

15.
Land of the Blind (2006)
A prisoner recounts his life as a soldier-turned-dissident and his role in the overthrow of his country's totalitarian government.
16.
Sumo East and West (2003)
In Japan sumo is not only the national sport but a centuries-old cultural treasure. Yet this highly traditional world is facing profound changes due to the postwar influx of foreign images, ideas, and influences-foremost among them the arrival of bigger, heavier American wrestlers of Polynesian desc

Film Production - Unit (feature film)

17.
When I Live My Life Over Again (2015)
Beautiful, aspiring rock star Jude is stuck in a rut, relegated to recording commercial jingles and lost in a series of one night stands. When she is evicted from her Brooklyn apartment, she is forced to move into the Hamptons home of her wealthy and selfish father Paul Lombard, an over-the-hill, Si
18.
Land of the Blind (2006)
A prisoner recounts his life as a soldier-turned-dissident and his role in the overthrow of his country's totalitarian government.

Director (special)

19.
Dita and the Family Business (2001)
The story of the family behind the legendary New York City Department store Bergdorf-Goodman. Through family home movies and archival footage, the film shows the origins of the family business along with the rise of the fashion industry in a long-gone New York City.

Cinematography (special)

20.
Evolution (2001)
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.
21.
In Harm's Way (2000) as Cinematographer
A memoir that explores how the experiences of adulthood both defy and reinforce the lessons of childhood.
22.
Grist For the Mill (1999)
Filmmaker Cynthia Wade tells the story of her parents' failed marriage while revealing much about herself. Her parents discuss why their relationship ended. When Wade improbably finds love herself, she must confront the fear that she will be unable to sustain a long-term relationship of her own.
23.
100 Years of Women (1999)
Documentary that profiles six women between the ages of 95 and 106, focusing on what they experienced and observed over the last ten decades and the passing of the century.
24.
Taken In: The Lives of America's Foster Children (1998)
Documents the stories of children who have been placed by social agencies in temporary care situations. Almost a half-million children in the United States are in foster care due to abuse, neglect or abandonment.

Writer (special)

25.
Dita and the Family Business (2001)
The story of the family behind the legendary New York City Department store Bergdorf-Goodman. Through family home movies and archival footage, the film shows the origins of the family business along with the rise of the fashion industry in a long-gone New York City.

Producer (special)

26.
Taken In: The Lives of America's Foster Children (1998)
Documents the stories of children who have been placed by social agencies in temporary care situations. Almost a half-million children in the United States are in foster care due to abuse, neglect or abandonment.

Editing (special)

27.
Dita and the Family Business (2001)
The story of the family behind the legendary New York City Department store Bergdorf-Goodman. Through family home movies and archival footage, the film shows the origins of the family business along with the rise of the fashion industry in a long-gone New York City.
28.
Grist For the Mill (1999)
Filmmaker Cynthia Wade tells the story of her parents' failed marriage while revealing much about herself. Her parents discuss why their relationship ended. When Wade improbably finds love herself, she must confront the fear that she will be unable to sustain a long-term relationship of her own.

Misc. Crew (special)

29.
Taken In: The Lives of America's Foster Children (1998)
Documents the stories of children who have been placed by social agencies in temporary care situations. Almost a half-million children in the United States are in foster care due to abuse, neglect or abandonment.

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