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Director (feature film)

1.
Valley of Tears (2003) as Director
An examination of the lives of Mexican-American migrant workers in Raymondville, Texas, who in 1979, began fighting for higher pay and equal rights.
2.
Haiti: Killing the Dream (1993) as Director
An overview of current-day Haiti's political situation.

Cinematography (feature film)

3.
Boy Interrupted (2009)
An intimate look at the life, mental illness and death of a young man told from the point of view of the filmaker, his mother.
4.
Valley of Tears (2003) as Cinematographer
An examination of the lives of Mexican-American migrant workers in Raymondville, Texas, who in 1979, began fighting for higher pay and equal rights.
5.
American Dream (1992) as Cinematographer
An examination of the six-year labor dispute at a Minnesota meat-packing plant.
6.
Tokyo Pop (1988) as Camera Operator (New York)
An aspiring American singer tries her luck in Japan.
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.
No Nukes (1980) as Camera Operator (Documentary)
Documentary with selections from the concert held at Madison Square Garden by Musicians United for Save Energy. The organizers of the collective were Jackson Brown, Graham Nash, Bonnie Raitt and John Hall. The concert marked the first official appearance of Bruce Springsteen and the E Steet Band. Ot
9.
Harlan County, U.S.A. (1976) as Cinematographer
Kentucky miners risk their lives in a violent strike.
10.
Watched (1974) as Cinematographer
Government attorney Mike Mandell has begun to suffer from a mental condition that sometimes turns him into another personality, a mobster named Sonny. Mike's odd behavior is noticed by narcotics agent Gorden Pankey who starts watching him, making Mike progressively more paranoid.

Producer (feature film)

11.
Valley of Tears (2003) as Producer
An examination of the lives of Mexican-American migrant workers in Raymondville, Texas, who in 1979, began fighting for higher pay and equal rights.
12.
Unfinished Symphony, An (2001) as Producer
Recounts the 1971 Memorial Day protest of the Vietnam War as conducted by returning war veterans in Massachusetts.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

13.
Underground (1976) as Production Staff
The Weather Underground Organization was a violent, radical group that sprung out of the Students for a Democratic Society in the 1970s. Members of the group explain the experiences and problems of being an underground group that is being sought by the federal government.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

14.
Unfinished Symphony, An (2001)
Recounts the 1971 Memorial Day protest of the Vietnam War as conducted by returning war veterans in Massachusetts.
15.
Unfinished Symphony, An (2001)
Recounts the 1971 Memorial Day protest of the Vietnam War as conducted by returning war veterans in Massachusetts.
16.
Harlan County, U.S.A. (1976)
Kentucky miners risk their lives in a violent strike.
17.
Harlan County, U.S.A. (1976)
Kentucky miners risk their lives in a violent strike.

Director (special)

18.
Human Canvas (2000) as Director
Documentary exploring the history and practice of marking, identifying and beautifying the human body by means of tattooing, piercing, branding, cutting and scarring.
19.
TSO: The Ghosts of Christmas Eve (1999) as Director
Trans-Siberian Orchestra (TSO) and guests perform symphonic rock works which blend theatre and poetic storytelling. The special tells the story of a 14-year-old runaway who yearns to be with her family for the holidays. Seeking a refuge from the cold weather, she breaks into an abandoned theater and
20.
Motown 40: The Music Is Forever (1998) as Director (Part 2)
Retrospective of the Motown record company, founded by Berry Gordy in 1958, which produced numerous pop records and initiated the careers of acts such as the Supremes, the Jackson Five, and Stevie Wonder. Includes clips, interviews, celebrity appearances and performances.
21.
Leonard Bernstein's New York (1997) as Director
Special offering songs about New York from Leonard Bernstein's Broadway scores. Taped at various locations in New York City. Also includes segments from the taping of the Nonesuch recording, "Leonard Bernstein's New York."
22.
VH1 Presents the '70s (1996) as Director
Five-part retrospective of the popular music of the 1970s.
23.
Papal Concert to Commemorate the Holocaust, The (1994) as Director
Documentary about the April 7, 1994, concert at the Vatican, held to commemorate the Holocaust. Also marked the first visit by a rabbi to the Vatican in order to co-officiate a public function. Includes interviews with Holocaust survivors and archival footage.
24.
Rhythms of the World (1994) as Director
Overview of cross-cultural music influences, through performance footage of various "world beat" artists and insights from Bobby McFerrin and Peter Gabriel.
25.
Rhythm, Country & Blues: An "In the Spotlight" Special (1994) as Director
Some country music artists combine with performers of rhythm and blues for a duet of two seemingly separate music genres. Elaborates on the similarities between the two musical styles and shows the influences each has on the other. Includes interviews with the artists and archival footage that captu
26.
Haiti: Killing the Dream (1992) as Director
A documentary focusing on the the events in Haiti following the coup of September 30, 1991. The program includes interviews with exiled President Jean Bertrand Aristide, his cabinet, dissident clergy, underground resistance leaders, U.S. State Department officials, and a cross-section of Haitian peo
27.
John Hammond: From Bessie Smith to Bruce Springsteen (1990) as Director
A documentary chronicling fifty years of popular music with the late veteran music producer John Hammond, who is credited with discovering and promoting Billie Holiday, Bessie Smith, and Count Basie. Features interviews with popular artists Hammond discovered and recorded as well as other friends an

Cinematography (special)

28.
Monterey 40 (2007)
Documentary takes a look back at the Monterey Pop Festival over its 40-year history.
29.
Father... A Son... Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, A (2005)
Kirk Douglas and Michael Douglas provide a candid look into their lives off screen via a series of interviews. They discuss the highs and lows of their respective lives and careers as well as their troubled father-son relationship. Interviews with loved ones and other Hollywood associates also pro
30.
Intimate Portrait: Gloria Steinem (1998) as Additional Camera
Profile of the life and career of social activist Gloria Steinem.
31.
Making A Noise: A Native American Musical Journey (1998) as Director Of Photography
Native American musician Robbie Robertson -- known from his days with The Band and solo albums -- explores his musical heritage and collaborates with other Native American musicians.
32.
Leonard Bernstein's New York (1997) as Additional Camera
Special offering songs about New York from Leonard Bernstein's Broadway scores. Taped at various locations in New York City. Also includes segments from the taping of the Nonesuch recording, "Leonard Bernstein's New York."
33.
Say It, Fight It, Cure It (1997) as Director Of Photography
Documentary on breast cancer featuring a series of interviews with survivors and their families. Director and host Lee Grant speaks with support groups, doctors and activists whose lives are dedicated to the fight against breast cancer. Highlights include an interview with Rosie O'Donnell, who speak
34.
Rhythms of the World (1994) as Director Of Photography
Overview of cross-cultural music influences, through performance footage of various "world beat" artists and insights from Bobby McFerrin and Peter Gabriel.
35.
Haiti: Killing the Dream (1992) as Director Of Photography
A documentary focusing on the the events in Haiti following the coup of September 30, 1991. The program includes interviews with exiled President Jean Bertrand Aristide, his cabinet, dissident clergy, underground resistance leaders, U.S. State Department officials, and a cross-section of Haitian peo
36.
Women on Trial (1992) as Director Of Photography
A documentary focusing on women who go to court to protect their children.
37.
John Hammond: From Bessie Smith to Bruce Springsteen (1990) as Camera
A documentary chronicling fifty years of popular music with the late veteran music producer John Hammond, who is credited with discovering and promoting Billie Holiday, Bessie Smith, and Count Basie. Features interviews with popular artists Hammond discovered and recorded as well as other friends an

Producer (special)

38.
Making A Noise: A Native American Musical Journey (1998) as Co-Executive Producer
Native American musician Robbie Robertson -- known from his days with The Band and solo albums -- explores his musical heritage and collaborates with other Native American musicians.
39.
Motown 40: The Music Is Forever (1998) as Producer (Part 2)
Retrospective of the Motown record company, founded by Berry Gordy in 1958, which produced numerous pop records and initiated the careers of acts such as the Supremes, the Jackson Five, and Stevie Wonder. Includes clips, interviews, celebrity appearances and performances.
40.
Leonard Bernstein's New York (1997) as Producer
Special offering songs about New York from Leonard Bernstein's Broadway scores. Taped at various locations in New York City. Also includes segments from the taping of the Nonesuch recording, "Leonard Bernstein's New York."
41.
VH1 Presents the '70s (1996) as Producer
Five-part retrospective of the popular music of the 1970s.
42.
Gipsy Kings: Tierra Gitana (1996) as Producer
Traces the Gipsy Kings' rise to the top of the music charts as well as the history and culture of gypsies and their flamenco music. Weaves clips from the group's recent performances during their American tour and in their homeland in the south of France.
43.
Rhythms of the World (1994) as Producer
Overview of cross-cultural music influences, through performance footage of various "world beat" artists and insights from Bobby McFerrin and Peter Gabriel.
44.
Haiti: Killing the Dream (1992) as Producer
A documentary focusing on the the events in Haiti following the coup of September 30, 1991. The program includes interviews with exiled President Jean Bertrand Aristide, his cabinet, dissident clergy, underground resistance leaders, U.S. State Department officials, and a cross-section of Haitian peo
45.
John Hammond: From Bessie Smith to Bruce Springsteen (1990) as Producer
A documentary chronicling fifty years of popular music with the late veteran music producer John Hammond, who is credited with discovering and promoting Billie Holiday, Bessie Smith, and Count Basie. Features interviews with popular artists Hammond discovered and recorded as well as other friends an

Film Production - Main (special)

46.
Papal Concert to Commemorate the Holocaust, The (1994) as Photography
Documentary about the April 7, 1994, concert at the Vatican, held to commemorate the Holocaust. Also marked the first visit by a rabbi to the Vatican in order to co-officiate a public function. Includes interviews with Holocaust survivors and archival footage.
47.
When Women Kill (1984) as Photography
An "America Undercover" documentary that goes behind bars to examine the true-life cases of seven women convicted of murder.

Cinematography (special)

48.
Drug Years, The (2006)
A look at the impact of drugs through the mid-20th century and up, detailing the influence the drug culture has had on politics, the arts and society at large.

Producer (special)

49.
Drug Years, The (2006)
A look at the impact of drugs through the mid-20th century and up, detailing the influence the drug culture has had on politics, the arts and society at large.

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