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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Producer (feature film)

1.
Locket, The (2002) as Executive In Charge Of Production
A young man who starts work at a nursing home meets an elderly resident with a secret past. Before she dies, she makes him promise to return her gold locket to the man who had given it to her years before.
2.
My Sister's Keeper (2002) as Executive In Charge Of Production
Two sisters -- one suffering from mental illness, the other a career-oriented New York professional -- have a tense, difficult relationship, until -- ultimately -- they are able to achieve mutual understanding and acceptance.<P>Christine wants nothing more in life than to fit in and live independent
3.
Follow the Stars Home (2001) as Executive In Charge Of Production
A determined woman raises her daughter, born with severe genetic abnormalities. She's helped immeasurably by her mothers, a young neighbor, and a doctor who's the brother of her husband, who left their marriage when young Julia was born.<P>When Dianne Parker marries Mark McCune, their lives couldn't
4.
Seventh Stream, The (2001) as Executive In Charge Of Production
Real and mythical worlds collide when a mysterious woman arrives in a small Irish fishing village in 1909. Quinn, a grieving widower, and his fishing partner, Willy Stewart, are taken by surprise when their third partner, Dunhill, appears with an unbelievable catch of fish and a mysterious woman. Th
5.
Flamingo Rising, The (2001) as Executive In Charge Of Production
Hubert Lee, an eccentric dreamer, builds the world's largest drive-in theater across the street from a funeral parlor, much to the chagrin of the owner of the parlor, Turner Knight. Edna, Hubert's wife, sympathizes with Turner's predicament and reaches out to befriend him. Their lives become further
6.
In Love and War (2001) as Executive In Charge Of Production
Television movie based on the book by Eric Newby that tells the true story of a captured British soldier and an Italian woman who fall in love in Italy during World War II. Newby's life is saved by the heroic actions of this courageous young woman and a small, brave group of Italian farmers and vill
7.
Lost Child, The (2000) as Executive In Charge Of Production
A young married woman learns that she is a Navajo; she was stolen at birth and raised by an upper middle class Jewish family in the eastern United States. The woman's family must deal with her desire to move West, to explore her real culture and past.<P>Her adoption was never kept secret from Rebecc
8.
Runaway, The (2000) as Executive In Charge Of Production
Coming-of-age story of two teenagers, Luke, who is white, and his black best friend, Sonny, who spark the flames of change while growing up in a racially divided small town in rural Georgia in 1949. Born on the same day at the same time, they have been ordained at birth to bring change by the powerf
9.
missing pieces (2000) as Executive In Charge Of Production
Atticus Cody is an uncompromising man whose relationship with his son has never been the same since Scott, then a teenager, drove the car that crashed and accidentally killed his mother. Atticus could never bring himself to talk about the accident and offer Scott forgiveness. In turn, Scott, a talen
10.
Cupid & Cate (2000) as Executive In Charge Of Production
Cate, the youngest of four DeAngelo sisters, is searching for her place in life, due to her strained relationship with her overbearing, widowed father, Dominic. She spends her days in her unsuccessful vintage clothing store and her evenings with her unimaginative fiance. Her sisters -- Francesca, a
11.
Durango (1999) as Executive In Charge Of Production
Coming-of-age drama set in 1939, focuses on a blooming romance set against the backdrop of an Irish cattle drive. Follows the journey of young Irishman Mark Doran, a cattle farmer who decides to walk 40 miles with his cows to the village of Trallock to get a fair price for his herd rather than sell
12.
Sarah, Plain and Tall: Winter's End (1999) as Executive In Charge Of Production
Continues the saga of Sarah, a New England woman who moved to the Midwest after answering an advertisment for a wife placed by a widowed father at the turn-of-the-century. It is now 1918 and Jacob's father, John, a man who abandoned his family years ago, wants to come home at the end of his life. Me
13.
Night Ride Home (1999) as Executive In Charge Of Production
Drama about a family shattered by the death of their son and the journey they must take to heal and find each other again. Neal and Nora Mahler seem to have little in common, but their marriage has endured with the help of their lovable son Simon. Nora is devoted to Simon, while Neal and their daugh
14.
Season For Miracles, A (1999) as Executive In Charge Of Production
A woman takes off with her jailed sister's children to prevent them from being placed in foster care, and with the help of a stranger, is able to give them the Christmas they've always dreamed of. Emilie Dalton comes to the aid of her sister Berry when she is sent to a hospital jail ward on a drug c
15.
Echo of Thunder, The (1998) as Executive In Charge Of Production
Gladwyn and Larry Ritchie lead a hard life as palm tree farmers in the Australian outback. They struggle daily with the elements and the bank to keep a roof over their heads and feed their three children, Pearl, Opal and Jasper. Despite the hardships, they are a closeknit family until a letter arriv
16.
Love Letter, The (1998) as Executive In Charge Of Production
Scotty Corrigan and Debra Zabrinskie are a young, modern couple in the midst of planning their upcoming wedding. While shopping with Debra for a wedding dress in an antique store, Scotty finds himself drawn to an oak desk and decides to buy it. In the desk drawer he finds a letter written by Elizabe
17.
Anne Tyler's "Saint Maybe" (1998) as Executive In Charge Of Production
Seventeen-year-old Ian Bedloe lives with his parents and older brother Danny in Baltimore 1965. When Danny meets Lucy, a divorcee with two children, Ian and his parents are disturbed when Danny and Lucy quickly marry and have a daughter, Daphne, seven months later. Ian wonders whether Danny is reall
18.
Grace & Glorie (1998) as Executive In Charge Of Production
When Grace Stiles and her grandson Roy are swindled out of the family farm by a crooked land developer, Grace is forced to live in a primitive cottage on the property. Roy soon realizes that he is unable to give Grace the constant care she requires because of the demands of his new job. Glorie, a fo
19.
Ellen Foster (1997) as Production Executive
After Ellen's mother Charlotte dies, she is left with her alcoholic father, Bill. Since Charlotte's mother Leonora and sisters Nadine and Betsy never approved of Charlotte's marriage to Bill, they neglect to see that Ellen needs their help when her father becomes abusive. But Ellen is a sensitive an
20.
Rose Hill (1997) as Production Executive
Adaptation of Julie Garwood's novel "For the Roses." In 1866 New York, a gang of orphaned street kids "adopts" an hours-old abandoned girl, whom they name Mary Rose. The "family" leaves New York to start a new life in the American West, where they eventually establish a thriving Montana cattle ranch
21.
William Faulkner's Old Man (1997) as Production Executive
Adaptation of William Faulkner's short story about two lost souls who rediscover life and love. J.J. Taylor and fellow convicts are expected to help rescue survivors of a dangerous flood on the banks of the Mississippi (the "Old Man") in 1927. J.J. sets off to find a woman caught up in a cypress sna
22.
What the Deaf Man Heard (1997) as Production Executive
Sammy, a 10-year-old boy pretends to be a deaf mute after his mother abandons him at the Barrington, Georgia, bus station. There, he spends twenty-six years in secret silence, realizing the benefits of pretending he cannot hear or speak. Thinking he is deaf, the townsfolk have blurted out their true
23.
Timepiece (1996) as Production Executive
Prequel to the television movie, "The Christmas Box." Tells the story behind a beautiful old watch that an old friend of Richard Evans, bequeathed to his daughter as a wedding gift.
24.
Boys Next Door, The (1996) as Production Executive
Adaptation of Tom Griffin's off-Broadway play about a group of developmentally disturbed men who share a home in a suburban neighborhood.
25.
Calm at Sunset (1996) as Production Executive
A young man drops out of college to pursue his dream of owning a fishing boat as his father and grandfather did, even though this dream means disappointing his parents and losing his girlfriend. While working aboard a scallop fishing boat, he learns a shameful secret about his father's past, which u
26.
Harvest of Fire (1996) as Production Executive
While investigating a series of barn burnings in an Amish community, a female FBI agent befriends an Amish widow.
27.
Summer of Ben Tyler, The (1996) as Production Executive
Set in the Deep South in 1942, a white man and his wife open their home to the young, mildly retarded son of their black housekeeper after her sudden death, but this simple act of compassion causes problems for the couple when some members of the community express their prejudice and hatred.
28.
Journey (1995) as Production Executive
While attempting to deal with the departure of his mother, a young boy named Journey learns to appreciate and understand his grandparents.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

29.
Piano Lesson, The (1995)
A brother and sister come into conflict over his wish to sell a generations-old heirloom piano and buy back the Mississippi land their family had worked as slaves. Set in 1936 Pittsburgh.
30.
Return of the Native, The (1994)
An Englishwoman begins a tragic love affair when her diamond merchant husband decides to lead a simple life teaching school in their village. Based on Thomas Hardy's classic novel.
31.
To Dance With the White Dog (1993)
A strange white dog mysteriously appears and helps a Georgia tree farmer to cope with the loss of his wife.
32.
Crash Landing: The Rescue of Flight 232 (1992)
A television movie based on the 1989 Siouxland rescue of passengers following the crash landing of United Airlines Flight 232 in Iowa.
33.
Caroline? (1990)
A woman, presumed dead for 15 years, returns to her family shortly before a large inheritance is due. While she certainly seems to be the missing woman, there are doubts about her identity among those who knew her.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

34.
With Murder in Mind (1992)
A New York realtor is shot by a prospective buyer as she was showing him a house. Based on a true story.

Film Production - Main (special)

35.
Survivor: The Amazon Reunion (2003) as Office Manager
A live wrap-up of the Amazon adventure that brings all the contestants back together again to discuss their experiences.

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