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Director (feature film)

1.
This is a Game, Ladies (2003) as Director
Tracking the Rutgers University women's basketball team one year after making it to the NCAA women's finals, this documentary follows the highs and lows of the Scarlet Knights. Under the guidance of legendary coach C. Vivian Stringer, one of the most celebrated and successful hoops coaches of all ti

Cinematography (feature film)

2.
This is a Game, Ladies (2003) as Cinematographer
Tracking the Rutgers University women's basketball team one year after making it to the NCAA women's finals, this documentary follows the highs and lows of the Scarlet Knights. Under the guidance of legendary coach C. Vivian Stringer, one of the most celebrated and successful hoops coaches of all ti
3.
Sticky Fingers (1988) as Camera Operator
A pair of struggling female musicians land themselves in trouble when their friendly dope dealer leaves behind a suitcase containing nearly a million dollars, prompting an ill-advised spending spree.
4.
Chile: Hasta Cuando? (1987) as Cinematographer
5.
Matter of Struggle, A (1985) as Cinematographer
6.
Compleat Beatles, The (1984) as Cinematographer
7.
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
8.
Mutilator, The (1983) as Cinematographer
Five high school students on vacation are terrorized by a psychopath.
9.
Day After Trinity, The (1980) as Camera Assistant
A profile of physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer and his role in producing the first atomic bomb. The film includes rare interviews with Manhattan Project scientists, and formerly classified footage of the first atomic detonation in the desert and of the atomic research facilities at Los Alamos, New Mex

Producer (feature film)

10.
This is a Game, Ladies (2003) as Co-Producer
Tracking the Rutgers University women's basketball team one year after making it to the NCAA women's finals, this documentary follows the highs and lows of the Scarlet Knights. Under the guidance of legendary coach C. Vivian Stringer, one of the most celebrated and successful hoops coaches of all ti

Film Production - Main (feature film)

11.
America: From Hitler to M-X (1982) as Additional Photography
The danger of worldwide nuclear annihilation are detailed in this documentary. Statesmen, military experts, scienists and doctors discuss the need for nuclear disarmament.
12.
El Salvador: Another Vietnam (1981) as Additional Photography (New York)
The turbulent, political history of El Salvador from the 1920s through the 1970s, and the involvement of United States military advisors in the country is documented. The film includes historical footage and interviews, some with dissidents who were later assassinated.
13.
We Are the Guinea Pigs (1980) as Additional Photography
Made in the wake of the nuclear power plant accident at Three Mile Island in Pennsylvania, this documentary examines the ongoing effects of the disaster. Several scientists who are interviewed explain that the clean-up of the reactor and contaminated buildings necessitated the release of radioactive

Director (special)

14.
Oprah In Africa: A Personal Journey, A Global Challenge (2003) as Director (South Africa Location)
Special highlights Oprah Winfrey's work in aiding the South African children left orphaned by the outbreak of AIDS.
15.
New York Firefighters: The Brotherhood of September 11 (2002) as Director
Documentary about the surviving members of Rescue 3 in the South Bronx. The program reveals how the extended family of this firehouse is coping with the loss of the eight members of Rescue 3 who responded to the disaster of September 11th and never returned -- Hickey, Meisenheimer, Blackwell, Regan,
16.
Air Force One (2001) as Director
Documentary about Air Force One -- the "flying White House." The program features exclusive access to the plane, its hangar and the people who make it fly as the White House Military Office prepares for a three-day presidential trip.
17.
Lost Liners (2000) as Director
Documentary that examines four of the greatest lost liners in maritime history: "Titanic," the fabled ship lost on its maiden voyage; "Empress of Ireland," which sank off the Canadian coast in May 1914, taking 1012 people with her; "Lusitania," sunk by a German U-boat, outraging the Allied world and
18.
In Search of Liberty Bell 7 (1999) as Director
Documentary of an expedition from Port Canaveral, Florida, to locate and recover NASA's Liberty Bell 7 spacecraft. In 1961, the capsule, after successfully carrying the second Mercury Astronaut, Virgil "Gus" Grissom, into space, sank after the vehicle's explosive hatch jettisoned prematurely. While
19.
Battle For Midway, The (1999) as Director
Deep-sea adventurer Dr. Robert Ballard and World War II veterans of the Pacific campaign go on a quest to find the sunken remains of the aircraft carrier "U.S.S. Yorktown." Includes battle footage taken by director John Ford, combined with interviews of surviving veterans as well as footage from the
20.
Firestorm: The Smokejumpers' Story (1999) as Director
A look at the devastation caused by wildfires and man's efforts to control them.

Cinematography (special)

21.
Oprah In Africa: A Personal Journey, A Global Challenge (2003) as Camera (South Africa Location)
Special highlights Oprah Winfrey's work in aiding the South African children left orphaned by the outbreak of AIDS.
22.
Air Force One (2001) as Cinematographer
Documentary about Air Force One -- the "flying White House." The program features exclusive access to the plane, its hangar and the people who make it fly as the White House Military Office prepares for a three-day presidential trip.
23.
Lost Liners (2000) as Cinematographer
Documentary that examines four of the greatest lost liners in maritime history: "Titanic," the fabled ship lost on its maiden voyage; "Empress of Ireland," which sank off the Canadian coast in May 1914, taking 1012 people with her; "Lusitania," sunk by a German U-boat, outraging the Allied world and
24.
Sumo: Dance of the Gargantuans/Survive the Sahara (1999) as Cinematography ("Sumo: Dance Of The Gargantuans")
The first part of this documentary special explores Sumo, the traditional Japanese wrestling competition. In the second segment, a photographer risks his life flying over the Sahara Desert in order to take photographs and at the same time has to think about his own survival.
25.
In Search of Liberty Bell 7 (1999) as Cinematographer
Documentary of an expedition from Port Canaveral, Florida, to locate and recover NASA's Liberty Bell 7 spacecraft. In 1961, the capsule, after successfully carrying the second Mercury Astronaut, Virgil "Gus" Grissom, into space, sank after the vehicle's explosive hatch jettisoned prematurely. While
26.
Firestorm: The Smokejumpers' Story (1999) as Cinematographer
A look at the devastation caused by wildfires and man's efforts to control them.
27.
Battle For Midway, The (1999) as Cinematographer
Deep-sea adventurer Dr. Robert Ballard and World War II veterans of the Pacific campaign go on a quest to find the sunken remains of the aircraft carrier "U.S.S. Yorktown." Includes battle footage taken by director John Ford, combined with interviews of surviving veterans as well as footage from the
28.
National Geographic's Inside the White House (1996) as Director Of Photography
Viewers are taken behind the scenes -- through basement corriders, kitchens and even into the private quarters of the First Family -- for a glimpse of the White House set against the backdrop of a state dinner for Russian President Boris Yeltsin in 1995.
29.
Last Voyage of the Lusitania (1994) as Cinematographer
Documentary exploring the sinking of the British liner "Lusitania" by a German U-boat while it was enroute from New York to Liverpool in 1915.
30.
Volga, The Soul of Russia (1993) as Cinematographer
Documentary special following the course of the Volga River through more than 2,000 miles of Russia.

Producer (special)

31.
New York Firefighters: The Brotherhood of September 11 (2002) as Executive Producer (Partisan Pictures)
Documentary about the surviving members of Rescue 3 in the South Bronx. The program reveals how the extended family of this firehouse is coping with the loss of the eight members of Rescue 3 who responded to the disaster of September 11th and never returned -- Hickey, Meisenheimer, Blackwell, Regan,
32.
New York Firefighters: The Brotherhood of September 11 (2002) as Producer
Documentary about the surviving members of Rescue 3 in the South Bronx. The program reveals how the extended family of this firehouse is coping with the loss of the eight members of Rescue 3 who responded to the disaster of September 11th and never returned -- Hickey, Meisenheimer, Blackwell, Regan,
33.
In Search of the U.S.S. Indianapolis (2001) as Executive Producer
Documentary about the August 2000 attempt to locate and film the wreck of the U.S.S. Indianapolis, destroyed by Japanese torpedoes on July 30, 1945. Fifty-five years later, four men who survived the blast -- and the following four days drifting in shark infested waters -- return to the Philippine Se
34.
Air Force One (2001) as Producer
Documentary about Air Force One -- the "flying White House." The program features exclusive access to the plane, its hangar and the people who make it fly as the White House Military Office prepares for a three-day presidential trip.
35.
Lost Liners (2000) as Producer
Documentary that examines four of the greatest lost liners in maritime history: "Titanic," the fabled ship lost on its maiden voyage; "Empress of Ireland," which sank off the Canadian coast in May 1914, taking 1012 people with her; "Lusitania," sunk by a German U-boat, outraging the Allied world and
36.
In Search of Liberty Bell 7 (1999) as Executive Producer
Documentary of an expedition from Port Canaveral, Florida, to locate and recover NASA's Liberty Bell 7 spacecraft. In 1961, the capsule, after successfully carrying the second Mercury Astronaut, Virgil "Gus" Grissom, into space, sank after the vehicle's explosive hatch jettisoned prematurely. While
37.
Firestorm: The Smokejumpers' Story (1999) as Executive Producer
A look at the devastation caused by wildfires and man's efforts to control them.
38.
In Search of Liberty Bell 7 (1999) as Producer
Documentary of an expedition from Port Canaveral, Florida, to locate and recover NASA's Liberty Bell 7 spacecraft. In 1961, the capsule, after successfully carrying the second Mercury Astronaut, Virgil "Gus" Grissom, into space, sank after the vehicle's explosive hatch jettisoned prematurely. While
39.
Battle For Midway, The (1999) as Producer
Deep-sea adventurer Dr. Robert Ballard and World War II veterans of the Pacific campaign go on a quest to find the sunken remains of the aircraft carrier "U.S.S. Yorktown." Includes battle footage taken by director John Ford, combined with interviews of surviving veterans as well as footage from the
40.
National Geographic Explorer: Ten Incredible Years (1996) as Senior Producer
Compilation of segments from the ten years that the TBS nature magazine series, "National Geographic Explorer," has been televised.
41.
National Geographic's Inside the White House (1996) as Senior Producer
Viewers are taken behind the scenes -- through basement corriders, kitchens and even into the private quarters of the First Family -- for a glimpse of the White House set against the backdrop of a state dinner for Russian President Boris Yeltsin in 1995.
42.
Beauty and the Beasts: A Leopard's Story (1996) as Senior Producer
Documentary examining the raising of a pair leopard cubs and three warthog piglets in the wild.
43.
Last Voyage of the Lusitania (1994) as Producer
Documentary exploring the sinking of the British liner "Lusitania" by a German U-boat while it was enroute from New York to Liverpool in 1915.
44.
Volga, The Soul of Russia (1993) as Producer
Documentary special following the course of the Volga River through more than 2,000 miles of Russia.
45.
Search For Battleship Bismarck (1989) as Producer
A documentary depicting the discovery of the infamous World War II German battleship, "Bismarck," on June 8, 1989, at the bottom of the Atlantic 600 miles west of Brest, France. The discovery was made by explorer and oceanographer, Dr. Robert D. Ballard. Broadcast as part of the "National Geographic

Film Production - Main (special)

46.
Photographers, The (1995) as Photography
Documentary profiling some of "National Geographic" magazine's top photographers.
47.
Lost Kingdoms of the Maya (1993) as Photography
Documentary presenting new evidence concerning the abrupt collapse of Maya civilization after 700 years of great achievements.
48.
Guns: A Day in the Death of America (1990) as Additional Photography
A documentary recounting four of the 61 fatal shootings that took place in the United States on July 16, 1989. Includes interviews with witnesses and the victims' families and friends.
49.
Search For Battleship Bismarck (1989) as Photography
A documentary depicting the discovery of the infamous World War II German battleship, "Bismarck," on June 8, 1989, at the bottom of the Atlantic 600 miles west of Brest, France. The discovery was made by explorer and oceanographer, Dr. Robert D. Ballard. Broadcast as part of the "National Geographic
50.
Haute Couture: The Great Designers (1987) as Photography
A documentary which profiles the creative geniuses in the world of international high fashion. The designers focused on are Christian Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, and Chanel.
51.
Quest For the Atocha (1986) as Additional Photography
The documentary relates the amazing sixteen-year search by treasure hunter Mel Fisher for the wreck of the Nuestra Senora de Atocha, a sunken Spanish galleon said to be one of the richest treasure ships of all time. On July 19, 1985, the wreck was sited off Key West, Florida, and may yield up to $40

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