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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Cab for Three, A (2001) as Cop
Story of a struggling taxi driver who teams up with his muggers in a search for a better life.
2.
Hemingway: A Portrait (1999) as Soldier/Ambulance Driver
The life story of Ernest Hemingway is illustrated through visits to sites around the world made famous by his writings.

Dance (feature film)

3.
Serpent And The Rainbow, The (1988) as Choreography
A Haitian doctor and a Harvard anthropologist become friends against a backdrop of voodoo culture in pre-revolutionary Haiti.

Sound (feature film)

4.
Sound and Fury (1999) as Sound
About a controversial medical breakthrough for hearing-impaired children.
5.
Delinquent (1994) as Location Sound
Tim is a 15-year-old boy simmering on the brink of sexual maturity in the stark shadow of his father, a hard-drinking, small town cop. As Tim drifts deeper into a fantasy world, Dad's brutality drives him out of their trailer and into a member of the local gentry's serene summer home. There he explo
6.
Nightsongs (1991) as Sound
Story of an immigrant experience, focusing on a Chinese family living in New York City's Chinatown.
7.
Making "Do the Right Thing" (1989) as Sound
Documentary on the making of Spike Lee's "Do the Right Thing" (USA/1989).
8.
White Hot (1988) as Sound Mixer
After an honest man loses his job and is left to to babysit a drug dealer's business, he and his wife test the lucrative waters of the criminal enterprise.
9.
Salaam Bombay! (1988) as Sound Recording Mixer
Back from an errand for a seedy circus owner, urchin Krishna finds the troupe has picked up and disappeared, leaving him with barely enough money for a 3rd class ticket to Bombay. From here on, Krishna becomes a chaipau, constantly on the run delivering tea in one of the city's red light districts;
10.
Arena Brains (1987) as Sound
11.
Izzy and Moe (1985)
Two ex-vaudevillians become federal Prohibition agents during the 1920s and utilize their wits and vaudeville talents to go after a bootlegger.
12.
Terrible Joe Moran (1984)
James Cagney made his TV-movie debut, and did his first television acting in 25 years, playing a wheelchair-bound former boxing champion whose long-estranged granddaughter, an aspiring writer, pops back into his life, at first searching for money to help her ne'er-do-well boyfriend get off the hook
13.
Mr. Mike's Mondo Video (1979) as Sound
A parody of the film "Mondo Cane" featuring odd performers, musicians and short films.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

14.
Fast Food Nation (2006)
A fictionalized thriller inspired by Eric Schlosser's bestselling nonfiction expose of junk food companies. The story of fast food is the story of postwar America. Though created by a handful of mavericks, the fast food industry has triggered the homogenization of our society. Fast food has hastened
15.
McHale's Navy (1997) as Grip
Retired naval commander turned entrepreneur Quinton McHale assembles his former crew and returns to his post when an evil East German major invades a neighboring island.
16.
Real Blonde, The (1997) as Production Assistant (New York Unit)
Revolves around the relationship between a struggling actor his successfull girlfriend.

Film Production - Construction/Set (feature film)

17.
Blue Iguana, The (1988) as Construction
A US bounty hunter is forced by his former IRS cronies to rob a bank filled with millions of illegal, international, un-taxed bank notes in the fictional, small and ruthless Central American town of Diablo.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

18.
Fast Food Nation (2006)
A fictionalized thriller inspired by Eric Schlosser's bestselling nonfiction expose of junk food companies. The story of fast food is the story of postwar America. Though created by a handful of mavericks, the fast food industry has triggered the homogenization of our society. Fast food has hastened
19.
Sound and Fury (1999)
About a controversial medical breakthrough for hearing-impaired children.
20.
Delinquent (1994)
Tim is a 15-year-old boy simmering on the brink of sexual maturity in the stark shadow of his father, a hard-drinking, small town cop. As Tim drifts deeper into a fantasy world, Dad's brutality drives him out of their trailer and into a member of the local gentry's serene summer home. There he explo
21.
Nightsongs (1991)
Story of an immigrant experience, focusing on a Chinese family living in New York City's Chinatown.
22.
Making "Do the Right Thing" (1989)
Documentary on the making of Spike Lee's "Do the Right Thing" (USA/1989).
23.
Salaam Bombay! (1988)
Back from an errand for a seedy circus owner, urchin Krishna finds the troupe has picked up and disappeared, leaving him with barely enough money for a 3rd class ticket to Bombay. From here on, Krishna becomes a chaipau, constantly on the run delivering tea in one of the city's red light districts;
24.
Izzy and Moe (1985)
Two ex-vaudevillians become federal Prohibition agents during the 1920s and utilize their wits and vaudeville talents to go after a bootlegger.
25.
Terrible Joe Moran (1984)
James Cagney made his TV-movie debut, and did his first television acting in 25 years, playing a wheelchair-bound former boxing champion whose long-estranged granddaughter, an aspiring writer, pops back into his life, at first searching for money to help her ne'er-do-well boyfriend get off the hook
26.
Mr. Mike's Mondo Video (1979)
A parody of the film "Mondo Cane" featuring odd performers, musicians and short films.

Sound (special)

27.
Secrets, Lies and Atomic Spies (2002) as Sound Recordist
The program reveals evidence that suggests Soviet spies penetrated some of America's deepest national secrets in the 1940s, including the Manhattan Project. It explores how the FBI hunted down some of these spies, but was never able to capture the mastermind, a physician named Ted Hall.
28.
Mount Rushmore (2002) as Sound
An artist's determination propelled the largest sculptural project in history. Gutzon Borglum directed dozens of ordinary Americans in the creation of what some call a monstrosity and others a masterpiece -- Mount Rushmore.
29.
Lost King of the Maya (2001) as Sound Recordist
For a millennium, the secrets of the Maya realm and its destruction lay sealed in stone, locked in symbols no one could decipher. Then in the 1980s, the Maya code was broken. At the ancient city of Copan in Honduras, a team led by archaeologist Bill Fash, recovered the names, dates and major events
30.
Size Matters: A Real Sex Xtra (2001) as Sound Recordist
A "best of" edition of the erotic magazine that uncovers unusual sexual practices of real people including: an uninhibited troupe of well-endowed male dancers; a party for liberated lesbians; and a factory that makes "the world's finest love doll."
31.
Richard Rodgers: The Sweetest Sounds (2001) as Sound
The program celebrates the master of the 20th century musical -- Richard Rodgers -- the magic behind "Oklahoma," "Carousel," "The King and I," "Pal Joey" and "The Sound of Music." Rodgers composed over 800 songs and wrote more than 40 musicals, yet his name is inseparable from his two famous collabo
32.
Indie Sex: Taboos (2001) as Sound
Documentary examines sexuality in independent films.
33.
Hookers & Johns: Trick or Treat (2000) as Sound Mixer
Verite documentary that takes an up-close and personal look at street prostitution through the eyes of hookers and their customers. With graphic video footage and hidden-microphone audio shot in New York, Newark, Miami and Amsterdam, this special captures illicit activity that offers insights into t
34.
Culture Shock (2000) as Sound Recordist
Documentary that explores classic works that have been controversial -- and explores their current relevance. Featured in Mark Twain's novel, "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"; Manet's painting, "Olympia"; Hollywood movies, censorship and the Production Code of the 1930s and '40s; and jazz in the
35.
Who Was the Real Boston Stangler?, The (2000) as Audio
A documentary review of the notorious case of the "Boston Strangler," a person who committed 13 murders between 1962 and 1964. Albert DeSalvo confessed to the 13 murders in 1965. No physical evidence linked him to the crimes, nor were there any eyewitnesses. Sent to a maximum-security prison, DeSal
36.
Ann Miller: I'm Still Here (2000) as Audio
Profile of actress/dancer Ann Miller.
37.
Hooked: Illegal Drugs and How They Got That Way (2000) as Audio
Documentary examining how marijuana, cocaine, heroin and other drugs, many of which were originally used for medicinal purposes or created by scientists to help ward off pain or other ills, have become illegal substances, used primarily for recreational use.
38.
Joe DiMaggio: The Hero's Life (2000) as Sound
Documentary about sports hero Joe DiMaggio. Raised in a poor Italian fishing community in San Francisco, Joe DiMaggio joined the New York Yankees in 1936 and quickly rose to become the star of baseball's golden age.
39.
Lost Mummy of Imhotep (2000) as Sound
At the dawn of Egyptian civilization, Imhotep built the first pyramid, became legendary as a physician and governed the greatest state on earth. He is one of the most important figures in all of ancient history -- a man historians have called the world's "first known genius." For some archaeologists
40.
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.
41.
Russian Roulette (1999) as Sound ("Frontline")
An investigation of the security of the Russian nuclear arsenal. Includes interviews with U.S. and Russian military commanders and scientists about the potential for catastrophe in the former Soviet Union.
42.
Citizen Kurchatov: Stalin's Bomb Maker (1999) as Sound
Documentary about Igor Vasilevich Kurchatov, who reigned over a nuclear weapons empire of scientists, technicians and installations that stretched across the expanse of Stalin's Soviet Union. The program examines how he became driven to build the atomic bomb -- only to later question its existence.
43.
Hitchcock, Selznick & the End of Hollywood (1999) as Sound
Documentary profiling the tempestuous association between two of the greatest figures in Hollywood history, producer David O. Selznick and director Alfred Hitchcock, whose clashes played out dramatically against the backdrop of the disintegrating institution of the Hollywood studio system.
44.
Spiders! (1999) as Location Sound
Explores the world of spiders. Viewers see colonies of thousands that live together in silken nests in the Amazonian rain forest; nine-inch-long tarantulas that sing and reveal why they are so hairy; spiders that stalk other spiders; and a virtual spider that cured a case of arachnophobia.
45.
Life's Little Questions (1999) as Location Sound
Answers to simple and aggravating questions, such as: Why does traffic slow and even stop on a highway? Why are peppers hot? Is there a remedy for jet lag? Why do coffee cups leave rings on surfaces? How do sand castles stand up?
46.
Pimps Up, Ho's Down (1998) as Sound Mixer
Documentary about the secret society of pimps who maintain lavish lifestyles on the earnings of prostitutes.
47.
Irish in America: Long Journey Home, The (1998) as Sound
The story of Irish immigrants to the United States from the arrival of the earliest immigrants in the mid-19th Century to the present. Successful Irish-Americans from all walks of life share their stories.
48.
Sam Shepard: Stalking Himself (1998) as Sound
Playwright/actor Sam Shepard discusses his career and reads from his works. Woven throughout are performance excerpts from Shepard plays.
49.
Two Nations of Black America, The (1998) as Additional Sound
Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. explores the issues facing America's black middle class as they become increasingly distanced from America's black poor.
50.
Hookers at the Point: Going Out Again (1997) as Sound Mixer
Documentary profiling the life of prostitutes in the Bronx, New York.
51.
Pieces of Mind (1997) as Location Sound
Explores science's continuing effort to understand the human brain. Host Alan Alda visits brain scientists studying dreaming, memory and language.
52.
Beyond Science? (1997) as Additional Location Sound
Examines the world of pseudoscience, highlighted by a reconstruction of the infamous Roswell "alien autopsy" film. Includes reports on palmistry, dowsers used to find well water, the search for "zero-point energy"; and why modern hospitals turn to "therapeutic touch," manipulating patients' "energy
53.
Breast Implants on Trial (1996) as Sound
Documentary examining the mounting controversy that has pitted ailing women, health advocates, and product-liability lawyers against breast-implant manufacturers.
54.
Battle Over Citizen Kane, The (1996) as Sound
Documentary recounting the clash between Orson Welles and William Randolph Hearst over the production and release of Welles' 1941 film, "Citizen Kane," which was a brutal portrait of the newspaper magnate.
55.
Secret Daughter (1996) as Additional Sound
"Frontline" producer June Cross tells the story of her own family through the prism of the changing face of race relations in America. Cross, born to a white mother and African-American father in the early 1950s, was given away by her mother to live with a black family in Atlantic City, New Jersey,
56.
Campbell's Portrait of a Teacher (1993) as Sound
A special examining five teachers from schools across the United States with vastly different approaches to education.
57.
Coming From Japan (1992) as Sound
Examines the rise of the giant Japanese company, the Matshushita Electric Company, and its growing investments in the United States, climaxing in its 1990 purchase of MCA-Universal.
58.
House of Ramon Iglesia, The (1986) as Sound Mixer
A teleplay about a Hispanic family living in New York City. The Iglesia family is in crisis over shattered dreams and dreams yet to be fulfilled, and Ramon Iglesia, after living in the United States for nineteen long, disappointing years, decides to move his family back to his native Puerto Rico. Th
59.
Charlotte Forten's Mission: Experiment in Freedom (1985) as Sound
At the beginning of the Civil War, Union gunboats sailed into Port Royal Sound, on the Sea Islands off the coast of Georgia. White plantation owners fled, and the 10,000 blacks who lived there, almost all of whom were slaves, were freed in the first test of President Abraham Lincoln's dream of emanc

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