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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Art Director (feature film)

1.
Draft, The (1998) as Art Director
Five young soldiers doing their manditory one-year military service find themselves grounded on a hot summer day because vandals have destroyed the barracks bathroom while they were on duty.
2.
Anniversary, The (1998) as Art Director
At their 10th anniversary party, bourgeois married couple Anita and Michele begin a process that ends in the revelation of secrets, phsychological game playing and ultimately violence.
3.
Marquise (1997) as Art Director
Moliere and his best friend and fellow actor, Gros-Rene, witness Marquise dancing for a rough crowd, inspiring Gros-Rene to propose marriage and promise her a Parisian theatrical debut. It is seventeenth century France and this self-assured beauty with the fat comic seem an odd couple. In fact, Marq
4.
Una Vita Scellerata (1990) as Art Direction
The troubled life of goldsmith and sculptor Benvenuto Cellini.
5.
Otello (1986) as Art Direction
6.
Traviata, La (1983) as Art Direction
7.
Tempest (1982) as Art Direction (Greece/Rome)
A successful architect trades society for a remote Greek island.
8.
Day Christ Died, The (1980)
A multi-national cast headed by American actor Chris Sarandon dramatizes the events from the Last Supper through the arrest and trial of Jesus to the Crucifixion. Screenwriters James Lee Barrett and Edward Anhalt mixed Biblical fact with fiction, creating the part of Pontius Pilate's wife for "guest
9.
Rene la Canne (1976) as Art Direction Assistant
10.
Brother Sun, Sister Moon (1972) as Art Direction
This is a dramatization of events in the life of St. Francis of Assisi from before his conversion experience through his audience with the pope, including his friendship with St. Clare.

Production Designer (feature film)

11.
Mirka (2000) as Production Designer
Years after an unspecified war, 10-year-old boy Mirka shows up in a village looking for his missing mother. Befriended by local hermit Strix, it begins to appear that Mirka is the wartime son of soon to be married Elena.
12.
Comfort of Strangers, The (1990) as Production Designer
While on holiday in Venice, an English couple on the verge of separating find themselves inexplicably drawn to a mysterious local and his long-suffering wife.
13.
Silent Night (1988) as Production Designer
Biography of the priest, Franz Gruber, who composed the Christmas carol "Silent Night".
14.
Waxwork (1988) as Production Designer
Teenagers victimized inside a wax museum where the midnight show is recreating famous murder scenes.
15.
Leggenda del Santo Bevitore, La (1988) as Production Designer
The story of a Pole who is saved from destitution by a generous stranger and the difficulty he faces in repaying the debt.
16.
Dancers (1987) as Production Designer
The leader of a ballet company in Italy attempts to make a film of his greatest work. In preparation for the film, the dance instructor is working with a talented, but untried young dancer. It is through her that he hopes to re-ignite the flames of passion and renew his flagging career.
17.
A Room With a View (1986) as Production Designer (Italy)
An Englishwoman visiting Florence is torn between her straitlaced fiance and a young Bohemian.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

18.
Farinelli (1995)
Set against a sumptuous world of 18th century Italian high art and music, the story deals with two brothers, Ricardo Broschi and his younger sibling, Carlo. To preserve his beautiful voice, the 7-year-old Carlo undergoes primitive surgery to become a "castrato," glorious male singers who retained th
19.
Farinelli (1995)
Set against a sumptuous world of 18th century Italian high art and music, the story deals with two brothers, Ricardo Broschi and his younger sibling, Carlo. To preserve his beautiful voice, the 7-year-old Carlo undergoes primitive surgery to become a "castrato," glorious male singers who retained th

Art Director (special)

20.
Cavalleria Rusticana (1986) as Art Direction
Franco Zeffirelli's film version of Mascagni's one-act melodrama about jealousy, betrayed love, and treachery in a Sicilian village. The opera was filmed on location in Sicily, and is sung in Italian with English subtitles.
21.
Pagliacci (1984) as Art Direction
An updated adaptation of Leoncavallo's 1892 opera, set in Depression-era southern Italy, about love, betrayal and jealousy among a touring group of clowns. The plot is based on a true story which came to light during a trial over which Leoncavallo's father, a judge, presided: an actor, overcome wit

Costume-Wardrobe (special)

22.
Aida (1989) as Costume Designer
A presentation of Verdi's opera about the princess-slave in Egypt.

Art Department (special)

23.
Luciano Pavarotti 30th Anniversary Gala Performance (1999) as Set Designer ("Aida")
Coverage of a gala performance celebrating the 30th anniversary of tenor Luciano Pavarotti's Metropolitan Opera debut. The program consists of fully staged acts from three operas and features the tenor in three of his most famous roles: Nemorino in "L'Elisir d'Amore," Rodolfo in "La Boheme" and Rada
24.
Aida (1989) as Set Designer
A presentation of Verdi's opera about the princess-slave in Egypt.
25.
Rigoletto (1985) as Set Designer
A filmed version, made for television, of Verdi's "Rigoletto" and directed by veteran opera stage producer, Jean-Pierre Ponnelle. The opera tells the story of the Duke of Mantua and his seduction of Gilda, the daughter of his court jester, Rigoletto, and the vengeance by the wronged father that prod

Art Director (special)

26.
Jesus of Nazareth (1977)
A reverent and beautiful retelling of the biblical tale with an all-star cast, winning Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Drama (1977-78) and for James Farentino as Best Supporting Actor in a Drama. Subsequently expanded to eight hours over four nights.

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