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Director (feature film)

1.
Desert Riders (2014)
Camel racing, often called the Sport of Kings, is one of the most popular sports in the Middle East. This the story of the thousands of boys, some as young as two years old, who have been trafficked to the Middle East to work as camel jockeys from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Mauritania and Sudan. Some of
2.
Wife's Nightmare, A (2014)
Emotionally vulnerable, Liz Michaels has her world turned upside-down by the arrival of a young woman claiming to be her husband's biological daughter. Based on a true story.
5.
Mother's Nightmare, A (2012)
When a new girl moves to town, she decides to retaliate and accuse a sixteen-year-old boy of assault when he decides to pull back from their relationship.
6.
Shine of Rainbows, A (2009)
A lonely orphan's life is transformed by an extraordinary woman who teaches him to conquer grief and discover the magic in nature and himself.
7.
Partition (2008)
Gian and Naseem are a latter-day Romeo and Juliet. With the partition of India and Pakistan sparking bloodshed between Sikhs and Muslims, their respective people might be mortal enemies but Gian and Naseem are determined to follow their hearts. He refuses to abandon his pledge to leave war and its
8.
Recipe For Murder (2002) as Director
When an actress friend is killed in a mysterious car crash, Murray Maguire, Chief Medical Examiner for the city of New York, refuses to declare her case an accidental death.
9.
Left Behind: the Movie (2000) as Director
In an instant, dozens of passengers on an international airline flight disappear into thin air. Pilot Rayford Steele discovers, to his horror, that millions worldwide vanished at the same instant including his own wife and son. While the world reels from the cataclysmic event, Steele bands with oth
10.
Sea People (1999) as Director
Fourteen-year-old Amanda is a loner, living in a small coastal town in Nova Scotia and dreaming of swimming the English Channel. When she sees an old man jumping off an inlet bridge, she dives in to save him. He introduces himself as John McRae and insists he was just going for a swim in the bitterl
11.
In His Father's Shoes (1997) as Director
Young Clay Crosby is bereft when his father Frank succumbs to a fatal illness. When he puts on a pair of magical wing-tipped shoes that Frank bought in a mysterious shop, Clay is transferred back to 1962 and relives his father's life, experiencing firsthand such personal details as Frank's formative
12.
Hearts Adrift (1996) as Director
A mother and daughter travel to San Diego on an adventure into the glamorous world of high society. Far from their simple hometown, Grace and her daughter Max find romance mixed with passion and jealousy against the alluring backdrop of San Diego's waterfront.
13.
Trial at Fortitude Bay (1996) as Director
An Inuit community and the Canadian justice system come into conflict over the issue of crime and punishment after a young Inuit man is charged with committing a violent crime.
14.
Wounded Heart (1995) as Director
A young Wall Street whiz returns to her rural Texas home to make sure that she will get her share of her ailing father's ranch after he is dead. Her icy demeanor begins to melt with the reawakening of her love of the land as well as an unexpected romance with the stepbrother she has never met.
15.
Legend of Gator Face, The (1994) as Director
A town hermit in rural Mississippi tells two mischievous boys about an elusive swamp creature. The boys' subsequent pranks impersonating the creature go awry when they discover there really is a big, green swamp creature named "Gator Face."
16.
Spenser: Pale Kings & Princes (1994) as Director
In a revival of the television series "Spenser: For Hire," Spenser teams up with his longtime girlfriend, psychologist Susan, and friend Hawk, to unravel a web of murder, drugs and deceit surrounding a small New England town.
17.
Solitary Journey (1989) as Director
18.
Cold Comfort (1989) as Director
A teenager who lives with her father in an abandoned service station yearns to get out and better her life.
19.
Family Reunion (1988) as Director

Cinematography (feature film)

20.
Desert Riders (2014)
Camel racing, often called the Sport of Kings, is one of the most popular sports in the Middle East. This the story of the thousands of boys, some as young as two years old, who have been trafficked to the Middle East to work as camel jockeys from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Mauritania and Sudan. Some of
22.
Shine of Rainbows, A (2009)
A lonely orphan's life is transformed by an extraordinary woman who teaches him to conquer grief and discover the magic in nature and himself.
23.
Partition (2008)
Gian and Naseem are a latter-day Romeo and Juliet. With the partition of India and Pakistan sparking bloodshed between Sikhs and Muslims, their respective people might be mortal enemies but Gian and Naseem are determined to follow their hearts. He refuses to abandon his pledge to leave war and its
24.
Recipe For Murder (2002) as Director Of Photography
When an actress friend is killed in a mysterious car crash, Murray Maguire, Chief Medical Examiner for the city of New York, refuses to declare her case an accidental death.
25.
Sea People (1999) as Director Of Photography
Fourteen-year-old Amanda is a loner, living in a small coastal town in Nova Scotia and dreaming of swimming the English Channel. When she sees an old man jumping off an inlet bridge, she dives in to save him. He introduces himself as John McRae and insists he was just going for a swim in the bitterl
26.
4 Million Houseguests (1997) as Director Of Photography
An inquisitive 11-year-old girl house-sits with her parents at the lakeside home of her grandfather while he is away. To amuse her, the grandfater has left her a series of clues that lead her to keys that unlock his inventions which reveal a magical microcosmic world.
27.
Hearts Adrift (1996) as Director Of Photography
A mother and daughter travel to San Diego on an adventure into the glamorous world of high society. Far from their simple hometown, Grace and her daughter Max find romance mixed with passion and jealousy against the alluring backdrop of San Diego's waterfront.
28.
Salt Water Moose (1996) as Director Of Photography
A 12-year-old boy, the child of newly divorced parents, finds adventure when he leaves his friends and familiar surroundings to stay with his estranged mother, who lives in a small Nova Scotia town.
29.
Not Our Son (1995) as Director Of Photography
When a father recognizes his son as an arson suspect, he turns him in to the police. However, while the Arson Squad builds its case, the family must pretend nothing is wrong. Based on the true story of Paul Keller, who terrorized the city of Seattle during an arson spree lasting more than six months
30.
Margaret's Museum (1995) as Director Of Photography
Set in the 1940s on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, "Margaret's Museum" is a bittersweet Celtic love story that depicts the grindingly impoverished lives of coal miners trapped, several generations deep, in a company town. Having already lost her father and brother to mining disasters, the headstro
31.
Wounded Heart (1995) as Director Of Photography
A young Wall Street whiz returns to her rural Texas home to make sure that she will get her share of her ailing father's ranch after he is dead. Her icy demeanor begins to melt with the reawakening of her love of the land as well as an unexpected romance with the stepbrother she has never met.
32.
Spenser: Pale Kings & Princes (1994) as Director Of Photography
In a revival of the television series "Spenser: For Hire," Spenser teams up with his longtime girlfriend, psychologist Susan, and friend Hawk, to unravel a web of murder, drugs and deceit surrounding a small New England town.
33.
Whale Music (1994) as Director Of Photography
A burned-out rock star is inspired by a teenager to complete his masterpiece, a symphony for the whales.
34.
Cold Sweat (1993) as Director Of Photography
A former political soldier turned professional hitman reluctantly takes a contract for one last hit, but what seemed like a "clean and easy" job turns into a deadly web of deceit.
35.
Spenser: Ceremony (1993) as Director Of Photography
Private investigator Spenser rescues a young girl from the world of teenage prostitution when she uncovers a dangerous secret that could destroy a political candidate's future.
36.
Burning Season, The (1993) as Director Of Photography
A young Indo-Canadian woman travels to India to find her lover.
37.
On My Own (1992) as Director Of Photography
Simon Henderson, a 15 year old at a prestigious boy's boarding school, must come to terms with the events that have torn his family apart. During Christmas break, his mother is hospitalized and his father must reveal the truth about her breakdown. Deeply shaken, Simon returns to school and struggles
38.
Solitary Journey (1989) as Cinematographer
39.
Cold Comfort (1989) as Director Of Photography
A teenager who lives with her father in an abandoned service station yearns to get out and better her life.
40.
Long Road Home, The (1989) as Director Of Photography
41.
Bye Bye Blues (1989) as Director Of Photography
A biographical feature inspired by events in the life of director Anne Wheeler's mother, a band singer during World War II.
42.
Shoot Me (1988) as Director Of Photography
An American comes to terms with his move to Canada in 1969 to avoid the draft.
43.
Switch in Time, A (1987) as Director Of Photography
A physics assistant is transported back in time to the early Roman empire during the reign of Julius Caesar.
44.
Nowhere to Hide (1987) as Director Of Photography
Barbara Cutter (Amy Madigan) is the wife of a Marine helicopter squadron leader who discovers that two newly delivered whirlybirds have crashed because a C-ring has been made of a weaker, less expensive alloy. Before he can take action, he is assassinated in his own home. Barbara, who has been working on a metal sculpture in the garage, defends herself with a blow torch.
45.
Spasms (1986) as Camera Operator 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)
46.
Dancing in the Dark (1986) as Director Of Photography
47.
Loyalties (1985) as Director Of Photography
48.
Charlie Grant's War (1984) as Director Of Photography
49.
Heartaches (1982) as Director Of Photography
50.
Bix (1981) as Cinematographer
51.
Rumours of Glory (1979) as Cinematographer
52.
Naked Peacock, The (1974) as Director Of Photography
In this documentary about nudisim, residents of several California nudist camps are interviewed about their lifestyle.

Writer (feature film)

53.
Shine of Rainbows, A (2009)
A lonely orphan's life is transformed by an extraordinary woman who teaches him to conquer grief and discover the magic in nature and himself.
54.
Partition (2008)
Gian and Naseem are a latter-day Romeo and Juliet. With the partition of India and Pakistan sparking bloodshed between Sikhs and Muslims, their respective people might be mortal enemies but Gian and Naseem are determined to follow their hearts. He refuses to abandon his pledge to leave war and its

Producer (feature film)

55.
Civic Duty (2006)
An American accountant obsessed with terrorist plots and cable news gets a jolt when an unattached graduate student moves in next door.

Director (special)

56.
So Many Miracles (1993) as Director
A documentary with dramatizations relating the story of Israel and Frania Rubenik's survival of the Holocaust and their reunion with the Polish farmer who saved them.

Cinematography (special)

57.
So Many Miracles (1993) as Director Of Photography
A documentary with dramatizations relating the story of Israel and Frania Rubenik's survival of the Holocaust and their reunion with the Polish farmer who saved them.
58.
Dave Thomas: The Incredible Time Travels of Henry Osgood (1986) as Director Of Photography
Dave Thomas, in his first television special, plays a dedicated college professor who longs to live in Victorian England, a time and place he feels certain must have been simpler and more romantic than late twentieth-century America. A scientific mixup permits Osgood to embark on a series of adventu

Director (TV Mini-Series)

59.
Harlequin's The Waiting Game (1998) as Director
60.
Harlequin's Hard to Forget (1998) as Director

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

61.
Harlequin's The Waiting Game (1998) as Director Of Photography

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

62.
Love and Hate: A Marriage Made in Hell (1990) as Director Of Photography
A two-part miniseries about Colin Thatcher, a millionaire rancher and Canadian politician charged with the murder of his ex-wife after an extremely bitter divorce and custody battle. Based on a true story.

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