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Jeffrey Schwarz

Jeffrey Schwarz

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Born: September 15, 1969 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Editing ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Vito (2011)
A portrait of Vito Russo, gay activist and critic of LGBT representation in the media. His book "The Celluloid Closet" offers a critique Hollywood's portrayals of gays in movies and remains a landmark in the field.
2.
Wrangler: Anatomy of an Icon (2008)
Before Jeff Stryker and Michael Lucas, Jack Wrangler was the number one name in gay porn. With piercing blue eyes, unruly blond hair, a chiseled physique and cocky swagger, Jack Wrangler was the king of '70s gay porn. Forging a gay sexual revolution, he wasn't the typical object of homoerotic desire
3.
Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story (2007)
The last great American showman, producer-director William Castle used outrageous hype to sell his low-budget horror films.

Producer (feature film)

4.
Vito (2011)
A portrait of Vito Russo, gay activist and critic of LGBT representation in the media. His book "The Celluloid Closet" offers a critique Hollywood's portrayals of gays in movies and remains a landmark in the field.
5.
Wrangler: Anatomy of an Icon (2008)
Before Jeff Stryker and Michael Lucas, Jack Wrangler was the number one name in gay porn. With piercing blue eyes, unruly blond hair, a chiseled physique and cocky swagger, Jack Wrangler was the king of '70s gay porn. Forging a gay sexual revolution, he wasn't the typical object of homoerotic desire
6.
Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story (2007)
The last great American showman, producer-director William Castle used outrageous hype to sell his low-budget horror films.

Editing (feature film)

7.
Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story (2007)
The last great American showman, producer-director William Castle used outrageous hype to sell his low-budget horror films.
8.
Usher (2005)
Truman Jones, a novice writer, comes into the home of an aging poet, Roderick Usher, and his cataleptic sister, Madeline. Seeking wisdom, Jones is astonished when the writer and his sister exhibit increasingly eccentric behavior.
9.
If I Die Before I Wake (2000)
Three intruders hold a suburban family hostage in their own home.
10.
Kid With X-Ray Eyes, The (1999) as Editor
When a young boy finds a secret pair of glasses that lets him see anything, he also discovers that other people are interested in them, too, including the C.I.A.
11.
Invisible Mom 2 (1999) as Editor
Twelve year-old orphan, Eddie Brown, has finally found a family to call his own. He has a cool new brother, a crazy chemist of a father and a groovy new mom whose only problem is that she sometimes disappears.
12.
Maximum Revenge (1998)
Wrongfully imprisoned for his role in a disastrous hostage crisis, an ex-detective fights to keep a prison from being bombed to rubble by a vengeful terrorist.
13.
Scorpio One (1998) as Editor
Cold fusion is accomplished aboard Scorpio One in the weightlessness of space. However, all the scientists aboard perish in a mysterious oxygen fire. CIA agent Jared Stone with his seasoned crew of astronauts and laser-armed soldiers must locate the crippled Scorpio One before anyone else. They find
14.
Leather Jacket Love Story (1997) as Editor
An 18-year-old Valley boy--and aspiring poet--leaves his life behind in Boystown, West Hollywood and heads out to Silver Lake where he meets a hunky 30-year-old carpenter. An intense sexual relationship begins, traversing the complicated terrain of intergenerational love, class difference, and long
15.
Phantom Pain (1996)
A coming-of-gender comedy which focuses on the confusing life of Kristy Nichols who is a pre-op transexual prostitute, working the streets of Hollywood. She likes Kristy McNichol of tv's "Family" fame, REO Speedwagon, The Cars, really short skirts and the possibilty of being held by someone she love
16.
Frisk (1995) as Assistant Editor
As a disaffected LA teenager, Dennis becomes attracted to sexual transgression; he later meets a masochist, Henry, he'd once seen "dead" in apparent snuff photos. After moving to San Francisco, Dennis becomes obsessed with a gay porn actor, then succumbs to homicidal urges, first acting alone on a h

Film Production - Main (feature film)

17.
Poison (1989)
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

Special Thanks (feature film)

18.
Crime and Punishment in Suburbia (2000)
A teen girl is raped by her stepfather. Her boyfriend kills the father. She falls in love with another guy, which angers the now ex-boyfriend.

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