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Cinematography (feature film)

Chappaquiddick (2018)
Scandal and mystery surround the tragic drowning of a young woman as Ted Kennedy drove his car off the infamous bridge. Not only did this event take the life of an aspiring political strategist and Kennedy insider, but it ultimately changed the course of presidential history forever. True accounts,
Collateral Beauty (2016)
A man who works in a New York ad agency finds his life turned upside down when a tragedy sends him into a depression, and his colleagues set out to lift his spirits.
Collateral Beauty (2016)
A man who works in a New York ad agency finds his life turned upside down when a tragedy sends him into a depression, and his colleagues set out to lift his spirits.
Freeheld (2015)
A decorated New Jersey police detective, Laurel is diagnosed with cancer and wants to leave her hard earned pension to her domestic partner, Stacie. However the county officials, Freeholders, conspire to prevent Laurel from doing this. Hard-nosed detective Dane Wells and activist Steven Goldstein un
Freeheld (2015)
A decorated New Jersey police detective, Laurel is diagnosed with cancer and wants to leave her hard earned pension to her domestic partner, Stacie. However the county officials, Freeholders, conspire to prevent Laurel from doing this. Hard-nosed detective Dane Wells and activist Steven Goldstein un
Creed (2015)
This continuation of the "Rocky" franchise follows the grandson of Apollo Creed.
Visit, The (2015)
Storyline is under wraps.
West of Memphis (2012)
The West Memphis Three were convicted as teenagers for murdering three 8-year-old boys and spent 18 years in prison before being released in 2011. The film examines details of the police investigation and reveals new forensic evidence which led to the Arkansas Supreme Court's decision to overturn pr
My Trip to Al-Qaeda (2010)
A one-man show that chronicles fundamentalist Islam's rise to power and explores playwright/actor Lawrence Wright's struggle to maintain his objectivity as a journalist writing about Islamic terror.
Casino Jack & the United States of Money (2010)
A portrait Washington super lobbyist Jack Abramoff-from his early years as a gung-ho member of the GOP political machine to his final reckoning as a disgraced, imprisoned pariah-confirms the adage that truth is indeed stranger than fiction. A tale of international intrigue with Indian casinos, Russi
Client 9 (2010)
An in-depth look at the rapid rise and dramatic fall of New York Governor Eliot Spitzer. Nicknamed "The Sheriff of Wall Street," when he was NY's Attorney General, Eliot Spitzer prosecuted crimes by America's largest financial institutions and some of the most powerful executives in the country. Aft
Stone (2010)
As parole officer Jack Mabry counts the days toward a quiet retirement, he is asked to review the case of Gerald "Stone" Creeson, in prison for covering up the murder of his grandparents with a fire. Now eligible for early release, Stone needs to convince Jack he has reformed, but his attempts to in
Agony and the Ecstasy of Phil Spector, The (2009)
Phil Spector is a pioneer of American music, a legendary producer, and as of April 13th 2009, a convicted murderer. Unlike the outlandishly coiffed and severe defendant seen in trial footage, here we find a charming and savvy music executive who has a keen understanding of his place in the history o
Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson (2008)
Hunter S. Thompson is a mythic American figure, a man that Tom Wolfe called our "greatest comic writer," whose suicide, by gunshot, led Rolling Stone Magazine, where Thompson began his career, to devote an entire issue (its best-selling ever) to the man that launched a thousand sips of bourbon, endl
Onion Movie, The (2008) as Director Of Photography
A series of sketches that encompasses the sharp, uncensored comic tone of The Onion (the former underground college paper that has grown to be "America's Finest News Source") and sheds light on the various hypocrisies of the world today.
Wrestler, The (2008)
Back in the late '80s, Randy "The Ram" Robinson was a headlining professional wrestler. Now, twenty years later, he ekes out a living performing for handfuls of diehard wrestling fans in high school gyms and community centers around New Jersey. Estranged from his daughter and unable to sustain any r
Taxi to the Dark Side (2007)
An examination of the death of an Afghan taxi driver at Bagram Air Base from injuries inflicted by U.S. soldiers. Incorporating rare and never-before-seen images from inside the Bagram, Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay prisons, and interviews with former government officials such as John Yoo, Alberto M
Power of the Game, The (2007)
An examination of the social impact of soccer across the world. Six stories are followed from five continents, each one connected to the 2006 FIFA World Cup, all bound together by a transcendent passion for soccer.
No End in Sight (2007)
An examination of the Bush Administration's conduct of the Iraqi war and occupation. The film chronicles the manner in which the principle errors of U.S. policy--the use of insufficient troop levels, allowing the looting of Baghdad, the purging of professionals from the Iraqi government, and the d
Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room (2005) as Cinematographer
The inside story of one of history's greatest business scandals, in which top executives of America's 7th largest company walked away with over one billion dollars while investors and employees lost everything. Based on the best-selling book The Smartest Guys in the Room by Fortune reporters Bethany
Rape in a Small Town: The Florence Holway Story, A (2005) as Director Of Photography
In 1991, an intruder invaded 76-year-old Florence Holway's home and raped her. After an unsuccessful fight against her attacker's plea bargaining, she went on a one woman crusade to revamp her home state of New Hampshire's rape laws, and succeeded.
Game Over: Kasparov and the Machine (2004) as Cinematographer
For the international chess community, it was a blow against humanity when Garry Kasparov, arguably the greatest chess player the ancient game has seen, was defeated by IBM's computer, Deep Blue. "It's about the supremacy of human beings over machines in purely intellectual fields. It's about defend
We Don't Live Here Anymore (2004) as Director Of Photography
In their small New England college town, Jack Linden and Hank Evans are the best of friends. Fellow instructors at the university where Jack teaches literature and Hank, writing, the two enjoy the camaraderie of men who have shared similiar circumstances. Their bond, however, is put to the test whe
James Ellroy's Feast of Death (2003) as Cinematographer
Think fast: who committed the gruesome "Black Dahlia" murder in Los Angeles in 1947? If you don't know, you're not alone. It's perhaps Hollywood's most celebrated unsolved homicide. Yet in this portrait of master crime author James Ellroy, we gain great insight -indeed, perhaps even the outright sol
Guys, The (2002) as Director Of Photography
Adapted from a stage play by Anne Nelson, a drama centering on a slice of the aftermath of the 9/11 tragedy. Nick, a fire captain, who lost eight men in the collapse of the World Trade Center, enlists help from an editor, Joan, to prepare their eulogies. Nick builds a relationship with Joan, who hel
Tape (2001) as Camera Operator
Within the confines of a tawdry motor lodge in Lansing, Michigan, three old friends come together to play out the unresolved drama of their final days in high school. John, a first-time filmmaker, is in Michigan to present his film at a local film festival. Vince, now a volunteer firefighter and sma
Tape (2001) as Cinematographer
Within the confines of a tawdry motor lodge in Lansing, Michigan, three old friends come together to play out the unresolved drama of their final days in high school. John, a first-time filmmaker, is in Michigan to present his film at a local film festival. Vince, now a volunteer firefighter and sma
Get Over It (2001) as Director Of Photography
Berke, a high school basketball star with big expectations for his senior year, gets a shock when his sweetheart, Allison, dumps him right before classes begin. To add to his distress, she starts going out with the new kid on the block. Berke becomes desperate over losing Allison, and will do just a
Tape (2001) as Director Of Photography
Within the confines of a tawdry motor lodge in Lansing, Michigan, three old friends come together to play out the unresolved drama of their final days in high school. John, a first-time filmmaker, is in Michigan to present his film at a local film festival. Vince, now a volunteer firefighter and sma
Me & Isaac Newton (2000) as Cinematographer
A journey into the hearts and minds of seven scientists.
Joe Gould's Secret (2000) as Director Of Photography
Set in New York City during the 1940s and 50s, a time when artists and writers often gathered together in a neighborhood called Greenwich Village, this is the true story of the friendship between famed New Yorker writer Joseph Mitchell and bohemian Joe Gould, a self-proclaimed scholar of the NYC str
Twilight: Los Angeles (2000) as Director Of Photography
An adaptation of the play by Anna Deavere Smith that focuses on the Los Angeles riots during the spring of 1992, triggered by the verdict in the Rodney King case. Anna transforms herself into scores of individuals--using their words and duplicating their speech patterns, mannerisms, dress and attitu
People vs. Shintech, The (1999) as Director Of Photography
When Shintech, the U.S. subsidiary of a Japanese corporate giant, announced plans to build a $700 million polyvinyl chloride plant in Convent, Louisiana, the citizens organized and said "no". People from different backgrounds and ethnicities joined together in the common fight to stop what was becom
Happiness (1998) as Director Of Photography
Joy, Trish, and Helen are the Jordan sisters from New Jersey. Joy is the non-achiever, Trish is married with three kids, and Helen is a successful author. Trish's husband Bill is a psychiatrist who counts among his patients an overweight, sexually frustrated loner named Allen who is obsessed with hi
Velvet Goldmine (1998) as Director Of Photography
The story of the rise and fall of a glam rock star: mythical rock God, Brian Slade, suddenly disappears at the peak of his fame after a publicity stunt at a concert goes wrong. Ten years later Arthur Stuart, a reporter sets out to find out what happened. The film is a meditation on imgination, memor
I Love You, I Love You Not (1997) as Director Of Photography
A teenage girl's relationship with her grandmother, a victim of the holocaust, heightens the girl's awareness of life, love, family and Judaism.
Stag (1997) as Director Of Photography
A handsome, successful young man finds his life is turned upside down when one of the strippers at the stag party his friends throw for him, is accidentally killed. He then is faced with the decision of what story to tell the cops or what to do with the only witness -- the other stripper.
Inspirations (1997) as Director Of Photography
A look at the creative process of seven celebrated artists--Japanese architect Tadea Ando, musician David Bowie, glass artist Dale Chihuly, dancer Louise Lecavalier, painter Roy Lichtenstein, choreographer Edouard Lock, and sculptor Nora Naranjo-Morse.
When We Were Kings (1996) as Cinematographer
On September 25, 1974, in the wake of one of the greatest political scandals in its history, Watergate, America was poised to watch a knockout punch that would redefine it as a nation of champions. In the atmosphere of a three-ring circus, in a little known country ruled by a military dictator, on t
She Lives to Ride (1995) as Cinematographer
Profiles of five very different women bikers offer an overview of the misunderstood subculture of "female bikerdom."
Moving the Mountain (1995) as Cinematographer
Filmmaker Michael Apted takes viewers inside the inner circle of China's Pro-Democracy movement, examining the cultural and political developments that led to the student protest in Tiananmen Square.
Harlem Diary: Nine Voices of Resilience (1995) as Cinematographer
Inspired by professor, author and sociologist Terry Williams' widely acclaimed book, "The Uptown Kids: Struggle and Hope in the Projects," this film tells the poignant story of nine young people, aged 12-26, who live in New York City's Harlem. Each uses a video camera to record his or her own strugg
Give a Damn Again (1994) as Cinematographer
Modeled after Michael Apted's landmark documentaries "28 Up" and "35 UP," a look at a group of black New Yorkers who were first interviewed as kids in 1968.
Confessions of a Suburban Girl (1993) as Cinematographer
The director, a Jewish suburban girl who really wanted to be like the tough Italian chicks from the other side of the shopping mall, returns to her hometown of Huntingdon Valley, just outside Philadelphia, and is reunited with her schoolfriends.
Heart of the Matter, The (1993) as Cinematographer
A documentary portrait of Janice Jirau, an HIV-positive African-American woman. The film suggests that the socialization of women is at the heart of their risk for HIV.
Dottie Gets Spanked (1993) as Director Of Photography
In a touchstone surburban family of the '50s, a little boy develops an over-the-top obsession for a Lucille Ball-like character, and Dad doesn't approve. Enamored of Dottie, the TV cult heroine of the post-kindergarten set, six-year-old Steven is overjoyed when he wins a contest to visit her show an
Deadfall (1993) as Director Of Photography
A young con artist accidentally kills his father on an elaborate sting operation. While dying, father tells son to find long-lost uncle who happens to be the father's twin, an expert con artist himself. When he does, the young man, his partner and the uncle embark on a major con, only to have the un
I Am a Sex Addict (1993) as Director Of Photography
Eight self-confessed sex addicts deal with having their lives run by their libidos. The cast of five men and three women include a nurse, an actor, a porn star, a college coed, two Navy recruits, and an accountant/sado masochist.
Incident at Oglala (1992) as Cinematographer
When two federal agents are killed in a shootout with Native Americans, only one man stands trial, although many are convinced of his innocence.
Gunfight at Red Dog Corral (1992) as Director Of Photography
Zebrahead (1992) as Director Of Photography
If America is a melting pot, its public schools are a white-hot cauldron of conflict. In Detroit, with its potent mix of races and beliefs, two young men dare to cross the color line and form a friendship. Zack, is white, Dee, his best friend, is African-American. Despite their friendship no one is
Paris Is Burning (1990) as 2nd Unit Camera (2nd Unit)
About New York drag queens.
H-2 Worker (1990) as Cinematographer
An expose of the government-sponsored labor program bringing Jamaicans to Florida each year to harvest sugar cane.
Golden Boat, The (1990) as Director Of Photography
A cock-eyed look at TV cop shows, Mexican soap operas and life on the artistic fringes of Lower Manhattan.
Way of the Wicked, The (1989) as Director Of Photography
Two amazons race to stop a young girl from biting the Host at her First Holy Communion.
Wimps (1987)
Sex Appeal (1986)
Young Tony Cannelloni decides to get away from his overbearing mother and moves out on his own. He has a new apartment, a new look, and is attempting to improve his sex appeal. Tony has a lot of dates during which he works on perfecting his technique with women, but also a series of disasters that i

Sound (feature film)

Paris Is Burning (1990) as Additional Sound Recording
About New York drag queens.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

Paris Is Burning (1990)
About New York drag queens.
Christo in Paris (1990) as Translator
In the fall of 1985, the reknowned artist Christo covers Paris' Pont-Neuf with 440,000 square feet of woven polymide fabric.

Cinematography (special)

Internationale, The (2001) as Additional Camera
Documentary chronicling the history of "The Internationale," the longtime anthem of socialism and communism. The film draws on people's stories of this emotionally charged radical song to illustrate its history.
Dragtime (1997) as Cinematographer
Documentary highlights some of the United States' most flamboyant "gender illusionists" and investigates why dressing up like women appeals to so many men.
Positive: Life With HIV (1996) as Camera ("Tonya Hall")
Multi-part documentary examining life inside the AIDS epidemic, with profiles of people with HIV/AIDS, their families, friends and caregivers. Documentary segments are combined with a blend of performance, satire, animation, music, dance and first-person commentaries by a "chorus" of speakers.
Mob Stories (1993) as Director Of Photography
A documentary in which five Mafia insiders speak publicly about their lives of murder, brutality and greed, as well as the events that made them turn informants.
Our Children at Risk (1991) as Camera
A special hosted by Walter Cronkite, depicting the human cost of reduced government assistance to children during the 1980s.

Film Production - Main (special)

Surviving the Good Times: A Moyers Report (2000) as Additional Photography
For the past decade, America has experienced an economic transformation that began with the recession and restructuring of the early 1990s, and led to the unprecedented recovery and stock market boom that defined the end of the century. While this era has been one of prosperity, job growth and oppor
Made in America? (1992) as Photography
A two-part special examining American industry, standard of living and future economic health.
Minimum Wages: The New Economy (1992) as Photography
A special focusing on several individuals and their families in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as they fight to make ends meet in a job market of lower incomes and fewer benefits.
All Our Children With Bill Moyers (1991) as Photography
A 90-minute documentary in which Bill Moyers examines the challenges facing America's youth. Reports on workable solutions to the predicament of millions of young people emerging from school unprepared for life and work. Immediately following the documentary segment is a 60-minute discussion with re
Journey Into Genius (1988) as Stills
Drama tracing the early artistic development of the writer Eugene O'Neill.

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

Finishing Heaven (2009)
In 1970, at the height of New York's Warhol Factory scene, ambitious NYU student Robert Feinberg began shooting his debut feature film. Thirty-seven years later, the cans of 16mm film footage languish in storage. When Feinberg's ex-girlfriend actress Ruby Lynn Reyner convinces him to finally finish

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