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Director (feature film)

1.
Silence (2015)
Two 17th century Portuguese missionaries return to Japan to minister to Christians, who've been outlawed.
2.
Wolf of Wall Street, The (2013)
This is the true story of the outlandish rise and non-stop pleasure-hunting descent of Jordan Belfort, the New York stockbroker who, along with his merry band of brokers, makes a gargantuan fortune by defrauding investors out of millions. Belfort transforms from a righteous young Wall Street newcome
3.
Hugo (2011)
12-year-old Hugo lives in the walls of a busy Paris train station, his survival depending on secrets and anonymity. When he gets involved with an eccentric girl and the owner of the station's toy booth, his undercover life is put in jeopardy.
4.
Shutter Island (2010)
When U.S. Marshal Teddy Daniels arrives at the asylum for the criminally insane on Shutter Island, what starts as a routine investigation quickly takes a sinister turn as shocking and terrifying truths about the island unfold.
5.
Letter to Elia, A (2010)
Documentary covers the life of the late filmmaker Elia Kazan, who rose to prominence with films like "On the Waterfront" (1954), "A Streetcar Named Desire" (1951), "Gentleman's Agreement" (1947), "Baby Doll" (1956), "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" (1945) and "A Face in the Crowd" (1957). Narrated by dire
6.
American Prince (2009)
Three decades later, filmmaker Tommy Pallotta revisits Scorsese's documentary "American Boy" about Steven Prince, a true-life raconteur, an actor, an ex-drug addict, and road manager for Neil Diamond. Steven is best known for his role in Scorsese's "Taxi Driver." Here, he recounts his days since "Am
7.
Shine a Light (2008)
In autumn 2006 the Rolling Stones gave two concerts at Beacon Theatre in New York. Here, in the 2,800-seater old Broadway theatre that opened in 1928, we encounter living legends Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ron Wood and Charlie Watts. Before an enthusiastic audience that includes Hillary and Bill C
8.
Departed, The (2006)
In South Boston the state police force is waging war on organized crime. Young undercover cop Billy Costigan is assigned to infiltrate the mob syndicate that is run by gangland chief Costello. While Billy is quickly gaining Costello's confidence, Colin Sullivan, a hardened young criminal who has infiltrated the police department as an informer for the syndicate, is rising to a position of power in the Special Investigation Unit. Each man becomes deeply consumed by his double life, gathering information about the plans and counter-plans of the operations he has penetrated. But when it becomes clear to both the gangsters and the police that there's a mole in their midst, Billy and Colin are suddenly in danger of being caught and exposed to the enemy--and each must race to uncover the identity of the other man in time to save himself.
9.
The Aviator (2004) as Director
A biographical chronicle which charts the early years of famous tycoon, Howard Hughes (1905-1976), whose eclectic career spanned across everything from oil, for which he cared little, to film, casinos, and aviation--as he turned millions of dollars into billions.
10.
Gangs of New York (2002) as Director
Set in 1860's Lower Manhattan, a man returns home to hunt down his father's killer by gaining his trust and must grapple with the notions of honor, loyalty and vengeance.
11.
My Voyage to Italy (1999) as Director
Director Martin Scorsese examines the glorious history of Italian cinema in this definitive film study.
12.
Bringing Out the Dead (1999) as Director
Sirens screaming and lights flashing, a New York City ambulance speeds through the night. Its drivers are paramedics working the graveyard shift--men who come face-to-face with the dead and the dying on a daily basis. Burnt out from one too many nights on the job, they are nearly as broken as the bo
13.
Kundun (1997) as Director
The Dalai Lama fights Chinese oppression while trying to lead his flock.
14.
Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies, A (1995) as Director
Leading American filmmaker Martin Scorsese's entry in the BFI's "The Century of Cinema" series is three-part, 235-minute odyssey. Showing the same mastery of the documentary form as he has of fictional narratives, he chronicles his self-discovery as a filmmaker, using as touchstones both Hollywood masterworks and unsung B-movies. At the same time, he examines the central conflict in American cinema: the director's need to reconcile his role as a team player with his own personal expression.
15.
Casino (1995) as Director
Sam "Ace" Rothstein, the consummate bookie who can change the odds merely by placing a bet, has risen through the ranks of the Midwestern mob to be picked by the bosses to front their entree into Vegas. Ace lives and breathes the odds. He eventually doubles the mob's take and changes the rules of how the casinos are run. But he can't control the odds when it comes to Ginger McKenna, the chip-hustling vamp who charms Ace and becomes his wife. His infatuation with Ginger turns to obsession as she rises with him to the upper crust of society, then turns to the bottle and pills for consolation in her gilded cage. The third member of this triangle of greed and obsession is Nicky Santoro, Ace's best friend and fellow graduate of the city streets. Together, they run the perfect operation, with Ace in charge and Nicky providing the muscle. But as Nicky expands his interests and each man gains power, their lives become entangled in a story of hot tempers, obstinacy, money, love and deception.
16.
The Age Of Innocence (1993) as Director
A 19th-century lawyer risks his place in society when he falls in love with his fiancee's married cousin.
17.
Cape Fear (1991) as Director
A deranged convict seeks revenge on the attorney who improperly defended him.
18.
American Boy: A Profile of Steven Prince (1990) as Director
In the home of actor George Memmoli, Steven Prince discusses his past before an audience including Scorsese, Memmoli and several of their friends.
19.
Made in Milan (1990) as Director
Profile of Italian designer Giorgio Armani.
20.
Goodfellas (1990) as Director
A young man works his way up through the New York City mobs.
21.
New York Stories (1989) as Director ("Life Lessons")
Three stories about life in New York City. Woody Allen's segment revolves around a lawyer having problems with his mother. Martin Scorsese's segment, based on Dostoyevsky's "The Gambler", centers on an artist's romance. Francis Coppola's segment is about a privileged daughter of separated parents who lives in New York's Sherry Netherlands Hotel.
22.
Last Temptation of Christ, The (1988) as Director
A depiction of Christ's life including a vision of what his life might have been like had he not been crucified.
23.
The Color of Money (1986) as Director
An experienced pool shark coaches a young hothead on his way to the top.
24.
After Hours (1985) as Director
A slightly nerdy yuppie ends up going to SoHo one night for what he hopes will be a nice date, but ends up getting caught up in one weird turn of events after another with a menagerie of oddball characters. Soon, he finds himself the accused suspect in a string of burglaries in the neighborhood, bec
25.
The King Of Comedy (1983) as Director
A would-be comic kidnaps a talk-show host to win a guest shot on his show.
26.
Pavlova - A Woman for All Time (1982) as Director
The story of the life of the famed dancer is recounted.
27.
Raging Bull (1980) as Director
Hard-hitting biography of middle-weight champ Jake La Motta, whose life was haunted by violence inside and outside the ring.
28.
The Last Waltz (1978) as Director
Legendary back-up group The Band teams with rock greats for a farewell concert.
29.
New York, New York (1977) as Director
A jazz musician and a singer fight and love their way through the show biz world of the late forties.
30.
Taxi Driver (1976) as Director
A loner becomes fixated on a teen prostitute.
31.
Alice Doesn't Live Here Any More (1974) as Director
A widow dreaming of a singing career ends up waiting tables in Phoenix.
33.
Italianamerican (1974) as Director
In the living room of their Elizabeth Street apartment, Scorsese's parents discuss their childhood and the history of their families, touching upon many aspects of the Italian-American experience in the process.
34.
Mean Streets (1973) as Director
A small-time hood must choose from among love, friendship and the chance to rise within the mob.
35.
Boxcar Bertha (1972) as Director
A union leader enlists his girlfriend in a plot to get back at the railroad's evil management.
36.
Woodstock (1970) as Assistant Director
37.
Who's That Knocking at My Door? (1968) as Director
A young Catholic faces guilt when he discovers the love of his life has been raped.

Cast (feature film)

38.
Life Itself (2014)
The life of film critic Roger Ebert is examined.
39.
Casting By (2013)
A portrait of the late, legendary casting director Marion Dougherty who was a pioneer in the field of casting before the job even received a significant credit. Establishing herself in the early 1960s with two groundbreaking television series - "Naked City" and "Route 66" - she went on to become the
40.
Seduced and Abandoned (2013)
Alec Baldwin and James Toback try to raise money at Cannes to make a movie.
41.
Showrunners (2012)
Film documents the illustrious, chaotic and rewarding everyday life of some of the most prestigious and well known showrunners working in television right now.
42.
Side by Side (2012)
An exploration of the history of filmmaking and how new technologies are impacting the medium.
43.
Bad 25 (2012)
Documentary about Michael Jackson and his hit album, "Bad."
44.
Kurosawa's Way (2011)
A look at the late Japanese film director Akira Kurosawa and his oeuvre through the words of 11 international filmmakers who offer intimate reflections on his work as well as discover surprising influences on their own films.
45.
Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel (2011)
The story of B-movie king Roger Corman and how he influenced Hollywood through his films and the filmmakers he has mentored. Interviewees include Jack Nicholson, Martin Scorsese, Peter Bogdanovich, Ron Howard, and Jonathan Demme.
46.
Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff (2011)
Oscar-winning cinematographer Jack Cardiff had a career that spanned nine decades of moving pictures, providing a number of timeless classics such as "The African Queen" and "The Red Shoes". Through his pioneering use of Technicolor photography, his work behind the camera altered the look of films p
47.
Picasso & Braque Go to the Movies (2008)
Arne Glimcher, one of the great tastemakers of the art world, presents some of today's leading artists, intellectuals and curators, who examine the relationship between film and the visual arts
48.
Shine a Light (2008)
In autumn 2006 the Rolling Stones gave two concerts at Beacon Theatre in New York. Here, in the 2,800-seater old Broadway theatre that opened in 1928, we encounter living legends Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ron Wood and Charlie Watts. Before an enthusiastic audience that includes Hillary and Bill C
49.
Mardik: From Baghdad to Hollywood (2007)
Portrait of Mardik Martin, the Iraqi emigre who co-wrote some of Martin Scorsese's career-defining films before abruptly leaving the business.
50.
Glass: A Portrait of Philip in Twelve Parts (2007)
Traces an eventful year in contemporary composer Philip Glass's life, as he stages the opera "Waiting for the Barbarians," writes his eighth symphony, scores several films, travels the world and maintains a family with his fourth wife, Holly.
51.
Manufacturing Dissent (2007)
In the realm of documentary filmmaking there is no greater icon than Michael Moore, perhaps the most controversial filmmaker of our time; many, even those on the left, argue he's more propagandist than documentarian, asking at what point does the manipulation of fact become a work of fiction?
52.
Joe Strummer: The Future is Unwritten (2007)
In the late 1970s and early 1980s the Clash revolutionized rock'n'roll and changed young people's attitudes forever. The Clash endure as icons, not just for their music but also as a band who stood for something above and beyond commercial success. The Clash front man, songwriter, human rock'n'roll
53.
Shark Tale (2004) as Voice Of Sykes
Oscar is a fast-talking little fish who dreams big. But his big dreams land him in hot water when a great white lie turns him into an unlikely hero. At first, his fellow fish swallow Oscar's story hook, line and sinker and he is showered with fame and fortune. It's all going along swimmingly, until it starts to become clear that Oscar's tale about being the defender of the Reef is all wet. Oscar is finding out that being a hero comes at a Market Price when his lie threatens to make him the Catch of the Day. Now he has to tread water until he can get the scales to tip back in his favor again.
54.
Song of the Little Road (2003)
A in depth look at the films of Indian director Satyajit Ray (1921 - 1992).
55.
The Magic of Fellini (2002)
The creative vision of Italian director Federico Fellini is explored through archival footage, photos and interviews.
56.
Gangs of New York (2002) as Head of family in house robbed by Jenny
Set in 1860's Lower Manhattan, a man returns home to hunt down his father's killer by gaining his trust and must grapple with the notions of honor, loyalty and vengeance.
57.
My Voyage to Italy (1999) as Narrator Host
Director Martin Scorsese examines the glorious history of Italian cinema in this definitive film study.
58.
Bringing Out the Dead (1999) as Dispatcher
Sirens screaming and lights flashing, a New York City ambulance speeds through the night. Its drivers are paramedics working the graveyard shift--men who come face-to-face with the dead and the dying on a daily basis. Burnt out from one too many nights on the job, they are nearly as broken as the bo
59.
Muse, The (1999) as Himself (Cameo Appearance)
One fine night, Hollywood screenwriter Steven Phillips basks in the honor of a humanitarian award, presented to him at a black-tie dinner as his proud wife Laura and daughters look on. One crappy morning later, a junior studio executive is telling Steven that he's lost his creative "edge," and relea
60.
In Search of Kundun with Martin Scorsese (1998) as Himself
A documentary about Martin Scorsese's "Kundun" (USA/1997) and his encounters with the Dalai Lama and the Tibetian people through the course of making that film. While he recreates the vanishing Tibetan culture, he expresses his hopes for a more humanistic future.
61.
The Race to Save 100 Years (1998)
Experts in film preservation and restoration race to rescue the lost treasures of our cinematic past.
62.
AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies (1998)
This American Film Institute special covers the full spectrum of American movie making from westerns to musicals focussing on the top 100 films chosen by the AFI including Psycho, On the Waterfront, E.T. - The extra-terrestrial, West Side Story, Citizen Kane, 2001, and many others.
63.
With Friends Like These (1998) as Himself (Cameo Appearance)
Four bit character actors are all competing for the same part in an upcoming Martin Scorsese mob film.
64.
Frank Capra's American Dream (1997) as Himself
Documentary focusing on the life and film production of Frank Capra revealing an artist whose arrogant manner won the loyalty of several collaborators, producing films that conveyed an enduring vision of what America aspired to be.
65.
Typewriter, the Rifle & the Movie Camera, The (1996) as Himself
This documentary on Sam Fuller mixes interviews with Fuller and with other directors who have been influenced by him, such as Martin Scorsese and Jim Jarmusch. It also includes visits to film locations, archival footage and clips from some of Fuller's films.
66.
Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies, A (1995) as Narration
Leading American filmmaker Martin Scorsese's entry in the BFI's "The Century of Cinema" series is three-part, 235-minute odyssey. Showing the same mastery of the documentary form as he has of fictional narratives, he chronicles his self-discovery as a filmmaker, using as touchstones both Hollywood masterworks and unsung B-movies. At the same time, he examines the central conflict in American cinema: the director's need to reconcile his role as a team player with his own personal expression.
67.
Search and Destroy (1995) as The Accountant
Failed businessman Martin Mirkheim has devoted himself to the teachings of Dr. Luthor Waxling, a late-night cable guru and novelist. Having convinced himself that all of his financial problems will be solved if he can only turn Waxling's novel "Daniel Strong" into a feature film, Mirkheim embarks on
68.
Wild Bill: Hollywood Maverick (1995) as Himself
Presented by an impressive lineup of collegues and admirers, a documentary about the long-underrated talent of the late legendary action director William A. Wellman (1896-1975), one of Hollywood's most distinguished journeymen helmers. William A. Wellman drew on his experiences as a fighter pilot during World War I to create a series of films about men of action as rugged, sentimental, raucous and tender as the director himself. He was equally noted for his off-screen battles with executives; and after building his career at Paramount and Warner Bros., Wellman vowed never to sign another long-term studio contract, and went on his way, refusing to take guff from anybody!
69.
Quiz Show (1994) as Sponsor
A blue-blood academic gets swept up in the quiz show scandals of the '50s.
70.
More Loverly Than Ever: The Making of My Fair Lady Then & Now (1994)
Documentary on the making of the 1964 theatrical film, "My Fair Lady," and its 30th anniversary restoration. Includes interviews with those associated with the musical, originally and during the restoration process.
71.
Jonas in the Desert (1994) as Himself
A tribute to experimental filmmaker and cinema guru Jonas Mekas.
72.
The Age Of Innocence (1993) as (Cameo Appearance)
A 19th-century lawyer risks his place in society when he falls in love with his fiancee's married cousin.
73.
Sandra Bernhard: Confessions of a Pretty Lady (1993) as Himself
Documentary profile of controversial entertainer Sandra Bernhard, including excerpts from her 1992 show "Giving Til It Hurts," performed at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
74.
Music For the Movies: Bernard Herrmann (1992) as Himself
A look and listen at the life and work of film score composer Bernard Herrmann.
75.
Guilty By Suspicion (1991) as Joe Lesser
A director in 1950s Hollywood fights to clear his name in the gripping red scare drama "Guilty by Suspicion" (1991). When director David Merrill is questioned by the communist-hunting House Committee on Un-American Activities, he finds himself blacklisted and unable to find work with any studio in town. He's offered a plum new project, but only if he testifies against his innocent friends. Starring Robert DeNiro, Annette Bening and George Wendt
76.
Akira Kurosawa's Dreams (1990) as Vincent Van Gogh (Crows)
In eight dream sequences, the great Japanese director explores his preoccupations with matters of life, death and art.
77.
American Boy: A Profile of Steven Prince (1990) as Himself
In the home of actor George Memmoli, Steven Prince discusses his past before an audience including Scorsese, Memmoli and several of their friends.
78.
Round Midnight (1986) as Goodley
A French artist tries to help a talented, alcoholic jazz musician, get back on his feet.
79.
After Hours (1985) as (Uncredited Cameo Appearance) Spotlight Operator--Club Berlin
A slightly nerdy yuppie ends up going to SoHo one night for what he hopes will be a nice date, but ends up getting caught up in one weird turn of events after another with a menagerie of oddball characters. Soon, he finds himself the accused suspect in a string of burglaries in the neighborhood, bec
80.
The King Of Comedy (1983) as Television Director
A would-be comic kidnaps a talk-show host to win a guest shot on his show.
81.
Pavlova (1983) as Gatti Cassaza
82.
Raging Bull (1980) as Barbizon stagehand
Hard-hitting biography of middle-weight champ Jake La Motta, whose life was haunted by violence inside and outside the ring.
83.
The Last Waltz (1978) as Interviewer
Legendary back-up group The Band teams with rock greats for a farewell concert.
84.
Roger Corman: Hollywood's Wild Angel (1978) as Himself
The career of iconic low-budget filmmaker Roger Corman is chronicled. Beginning as a screenwriter, Corman began directing movies for American International Pictures in the 1950s, and gave many famous filmmakers and actors some of their first work in the industry. Former colleagues and protegees who
85.
Cannonball (1976) as Mafioso
This is another story of the secret Coast to Coast auto race across America The only rule is, the first to finish is the winner. Naturally, anyone driving 55 isn't going to win. They'll need to drive a little faster than that. Well actually, they will need to drive a LOT faster that 55.
86.
Taxi Driver (1976) as Weird Passenger
A loner becomes fixated on a teen prostitute.
88.
Italianamerican (1974) as Himself
In the living room of their Elizabeth Street apartment, Scorsese's parents discuss their childhood and the history of their families, touching upon many aspects of the Italian-American experience in the process.
89.
Boxcar Bertha (1972) as Bertha's customer
A union leader enlists his girlfriend in a plot to get back at the railroad's evil management.

Writer (feature film)

90.
Silence (2015)
Two 17th century Portuguese missionaries return to Japan to minister to Christians, who've been outlawed.
91.
Gangs of New York (2002) as Screenwriter
Set in 1860's Lower Manhattan, a man returns home to hunt down his father's killer by gaining his trust and must grapple with the notions of honor, loyalty and vengeance.
92.
My Voyage to Italy (1999) as Screenwriter
Director Martin Scorsese examines the glorious history of Italian cinema in this definitive film study.
93.
Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies, A (1995) as Screenwriter
Leading American filmmaker Martin Scorsese's entry in the BFI's "The Century of Cinema" series is three-part, 235-minute odyssey. Showing the same mastery of the documentary form as he has of fictional narratives, he chronicles his self-discovery as a filmmaker, using as touchstones both Hollywood masterworks and unsung B-movies. At the same time, he examines the central conflict in American cinema: the director's need to reconcile his role as a team player with his own personal expression.
94.
Casino (1995) as Screenwriter
Sam "Ace" Rothstein, the consummate bookie who can change the odds merely by placing a bet, has risen through the ranks of the Midwestern mob to be picked by the bosses to front their entree into Vegas. Ace lives and breathes the odds. He eventually doubles the mob's take and changes the rules of how the casinos are run. But he can't control the odds when it comes to Ginger McKenna, the chip-hustling vamp who charms Ace and becomes his wife. His infatuation with Ginger turns to obsession as she rises with him to the upper crust of society, then turns to the bottle and pills for consolation in her gilded cage. The third member of this triangle of greed and obsession is Nicky Santoro, Ace's best friend and fellow graduate of the city streets. Together, they run the perfect operation, with Ace in charge and Nicky providing the muscle. But as Nicky expands his interests and each man gains power, their lives become entangled in a story of hot tempers, obstinacy, money, love and deception.
95.
The Age Of Innocence (1993) as Screenwriter
A 19th-century lawyer risks his place in society when he falls in love with his fiancee's married cousin.
96.
Goodfellas (1990) as Screenwriter
A young man works his way up through the New York City mobs.
98.
Mean Streets (1973)
A small-time hood must choose from among love, friendship and the chance to rise within the mob.
99.
Mean Streets (1973) as Screenwriter
A small-time hood must choose from among love, friendship and the chance to rise within the mob.
100.
Who's That Knocking at My Door? (1968) as Screenwriter
A young Catholic faces guilt when he discovers the love of his life has been raped.

Producer (feature film)

101.
Wannabe, The (2014)
In the early 1990s, a man tries to fix the jury in the trial of John Gotti. When he fails and is rejected by his idol Gotti, he takes off with a neighborhood woman.
102.
Revenge of the Green Dragons (2014)
The true story of the Green Dragons, a notorious Chinese street gang in New York City.
103.
Life Itself (2014)
The life of film critic Roger Ebert is examined.
104.
Malavita (2013)
A Mafia boss and his family are relocated to a sleepy town in France under the Witness Protection Program after snitching on the mob. Despite Agent Stansfield's best efforts to keep them in line, Fred Manzoni, his wife Maggie, and their children, Belle and Warren can't help resorting to old habits b
105.
Wolf of Wall Street, The (2013)
This is the true story of the outlandish rise and non-stop pleasure-hunting descent of Jordan Belfort, the New York stockbroker who, along with his merry band of brokers, makes a gargantuan fortune by defrauding investors out of millions. Belfort transforms from a righteous young Wall Street newcome
106.
Surviving Progress (2012)
Our 21st century, progress-addicted culture is compared to the catastrophes of ancient civilizations.
107.
Hugo (2011)
12-year-old Hugo lives in the walls of a busy Paris train station, his survival depending on secrets and anonymity. When he gets involved with an eccentric girl and the owner of the station's toy booth, his undercover life is put in jeopardy.
108.
Shutter Island (2010)
When U.S. Marshal Teddy Daniels arrives at the asylum for the criminally insane on Shutter Island, what starts as a routine investigation quickly takes a sinister turn as shocking and terrifying truths about the island unfold.
109.
Letter to Elia, A (2010)
Documentary covers the life of the late filmmaker Elia Kazan, who rose to prominence with films like "On the Waterfront" (1954), "A Streetcar Named Desire" (1951), "Gentleman's Agreement" (1947), "Baby Doll" (1956), "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" (1945) and "A Face in the Crowd" (1957). Narrated by dire
110.
Young Victoria, The (2009)
Caught in a power struggle with her closest advisors, a young and inexperienced queen draws strength from the handsome prince whose love and affection has stolen her heart.
111.
Lymelife (2008)
A story about the dark side of suburban paradise and the loss of innocence centers on two deeply troubled, dysfunctional families during the late 1970s. Awkward, sensitive 15-year old, Scott Bartlett's family life is turned upside-down after an outbreak of Lyme disease hits the community spreading
112.
Picasso & Braque Go to the Movies (2008)
Arne Glimcher, one of the great tastemakers of the art world, presents some of today's leading artists, intellectuals and curators, who examine the relationship between film and the visual arts
113.
Golden Door (2006)
At the turn-of-the-century, a poor family makes the journey from rural Sicily through the "golden door" of Ellis Island into America. On a perilous steamship journey from his village, widower Salvatore Mancuso encounters a ravishing, mystery-shrouded Englishwoman, Lucy. Amid a harrowing crossing, an
114.
Lightning in a Bottle (2004) as Executive Producer
A one night, one time only concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York City in which some of the greatest performers in the history of Blues music, including BB King, Bonnie Raitt, Steven Tyler and Macy Gray performed together. Captures the emotional spontaneity that only live performances of the B
115.
Fall of Otrar, The (2002) as "Presents"
An historical epic set in the 13th century about Mongol leader Genghis Khan and the expansion of his empire into Eastern Asia.
116.
Rain (2001) as Co-Executive Producer
A tragic tale of sex, murder and redemption, from deep within the soil of America's heartland. Forbidden passion and buried sexuality play out against the backdrop of a town where the only place to go crazy is inside. The heat has withered the faded Iowa farm town Ellen Biddle still calls home. Pale
117.
Rain (2001) as Executive Producer
A tragic tale of sex, murder and redemption, from deep within the soil of America's heartland. Forbidden passion and buried sexuality play out against the backdrop of a town where the only place to go crazy is inside. The heat has withered the faded Iowa farm town Ellen Biddle still calls home. Pale
118.
Rain (2001) as Producer ("Presents")
A tragic tale of sex, murder and redemption, from deep within the soil of America's heartland. Forbidden passion and buried sexuality play out against the backdrop of a town where the only place to go crazy is inside. The heat has withered the faded Iowa farm town Ellen Biddle still calls home. Pale
119.
You Can Count on Me (2000) as Executive Producer
Two adult siblings come to reconcile their differences.
120.
Goat on Fire and Smiling Fish (1999) as Producer ("Presents")
When Chris and Tony were kids, their Native American grandmother gave them nicknames that reflected their personalities. The smiling, easy-going Tony was dubbed "Smiling Fish," while the more uptight Chris received the name "Goat on Fire." As adults, the brothers learn to reflect upon their own sens
121.
Hi-Lo Country, The (1998) as Producer
Two lifetime friends work as ranchers during WW2 in california. However, things change when love enters their lives.
122.
Kicked in the Head (1997) as Executive Producer
Downwardly mobile, Redmond is living on New York's Lower East Side and admits he is participating in some self-destructive behavior. Only a few people will deal with Redmond--one is his uncle, Sam, who gives the boy a bag to deliver to a small-time criminal. Redmond fails to make the drop, causing
123.
Grace of My Heart (1996) as Executive Producer
A look at a woman struggling to find her own voice in the male-dominated world of music follows the journey of singer/songwriter Denise Waverly through the corridors of the Brill Building during the doo-wop heyday of the late fifties and into Malibu's psychedelic surfer scene of the late sixties. Al
124.
Ollie's Army (1996) as Funding
"Ollie's Army" examines the passion and the fury of the grassroots support behind Oliver North's historic 1994 Virginia Senate campaign. Although there was intense local and national media coverage of North's maiden political voyage, it took a neophyte filmmaker to uncover the campaign's most unsett
125.
Search and Destroy (1995) as Executive Producer
Failed businessman Martin Mirkheim has devoted himself to the teachings of Dr. Luthor Waxling, a late-night cable guru and novelist. Having convinced himself that all of his financial problems will be solved if he can only turn Waxling's novel "Daniel Strong" into a feature film, Mirkheim embarks on
126.
Search and Destroy (1995) as Producer ("Presents")
Failed businessman Martin Mirkheim has devoted himself to the teachings of Dr. Luthor Waxling, a late-night cable guru and novelist. Having convinced himself that all of his financial problems will be solved if he can only turn Waxling's novel "Daniel Strong" into a feature film, Mirkheim embarks on
127.
Clockers (1995) as Producer
The Dunham brothers grew up together in the same Brooklyn housing projects, yet they're as opposite as good is from evil. Victor Dunham has a family, works two jobs and leads a respectable life. His younger brother Strike, on the other hand, has an "office" bench with a panoramic view of the project
128.
Naked in New York (1994) as Executive Producer
A young playwright and his college sweetheart find life in the "real world" much more of a test.
129.
With Closed Eyes (1994) as Producer ("Presents")
Based on Federico Tozzi's 1919 novel "With Closed Eyes," an autobiographical story which was an exorcism of the writer's difficult childhood in Siena--the suffering caused him by his overbearing father, an illness affecting his eyes and the unresolved love that bound him to Ghisola, a servant on his
130.
Mad Dog and Glory (1993) as Producer
In appreciation for saving a gangster's life, a cop is given the gift of a female bartender, with whom he falls in love. The story is set in present-day Chicago.
131.
Lovers on the Bridge, The (1991) as Producer ("Presented By")
A streetwise boy and an upper-class, half-blind girl, now a street artist, play out their passionate romance on the Pont-Neuf in Paris. Alex is a fire-eater whose only friend is Hans, an older man who lives on the bridge. Then he meets Michele who has run away from her home and is only too willing t
132.
Grifters, The (1990) as Producer
A small-time con man tries to avoid getting involved in big-time crime.
133.
Mamma Roma (1990) as Producer ("Presents")
A streetwalker tries to save her son from a life of crime.
134.
Federico Fellini's Intervista (1987) as Producer ("Presents")
135.
Medicine Ball Caravan (1971) as Associate Producer
136.
I am Cuba (1964) as Producer ("Presents")
Hidden away in the Soviet archives for three decades, I AM CUBA is a wildly schizophrenic celebration of Communist kitsch, mixing Slavic solemnity with Latin sensuality--a whirling, feverish dance through both the sensuous decadence of Batista's Havana and the grinding poverty and oppression of the Cuban people. In four stories of the revolution, Mikhail Kalatov's astonishingly acrobatic camera takes the viewer on a rapturous roller-coaster ride of bathing beauties, landless peasants, fascist police, and student revolutionaries.
137.
A Matter of Life and Death (1947) as Producer ("Presents")
An injured aviator argues in celestial court for the chance to go on living.

Editing (feature film)

138.
Elvis On Tour (1972) as Editor Supervisor (Montage)
Extensive concert footage highlights this documentary about the King's touring in the early '70s.
139.
The Unholy Rollers (1972) as Supervising Editor
Karen wants more action out of life and quits her job at the cannery to become a skater in the roller derby. She encounters friction from the other skaters - especially Mickey, the current number one star of the team. Karen proves herself a feisty competitor but refuses to be a team player. As she skates her way to roller stardom, she incurs the wrath of jealous team members and the owner of the team.
140.
Medicine Ball Caravan (1971) as Post prod supv
141.
Woodstock: The Director's Cut (1970) as Editor Supervisor
The events of the three-day Woodstock Music and Art Fair, held near Bethel, New York in August 1969. Musical performances of the participating performers are documented, as well as the reactions of community residents and the 400,000 young people who attended.
142.
Woodstock (1970) as Film Editor

Assistant Direction (feature film)

143.
Woodstock: The Director's Cut (1970) as Assistant Director
The events of the three-day Woodstock Music and Art Fair, held near Bethel, New York in August 1969. Musical performances of the participating performers are documented, as well as the reactions of community residents and the 400,000 young people who attended.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

144.
Rhino Season (2012)
During Iran's Islamic Revolution, Sahel and his devoted wife Mina were unjustly incarcerated - victims of a personal vendetta. Released after serving 10 years with not explanation, Mina is informed that her husband Sahel is dead. Devastated, she travels with her children to Istanbul, unknowingly lea
145.
Rhino Season (2012)
During Iran's Islamic Revolution, Sahel and his devoted wife Mina were unjustly incarcerated - victims of a personal vendetta. Released after serving 10 years with not explanation, Mina is informed that her husband Sahel is dead. Devastated, she travels with her children to Istanbul, unknowingly lea
146.
Loving Story, The (2011)
An interracial marriage leads to a criminal trial in this gripping documentary of the Civil Rights era. White Richard and mixed-race Mildred Loving fell for each other at a time when interracial marriage was illegal in their home state of Virginia. When they're convicted of the felony crime of misce
147.
Not Just Any Flower (1987) as Assistance

Special Thanks (feature film)

148.
Russian Ark (2001)
A mystery man visits scenes from Russia''s past in search of his own identity.
149.
Blow (2001) as Special Thanks
With the help of a Medellin cartel, a small-town American builds a multi-million dollar drug smuggling operation. About the drug dealer that introduced cocaine to Hollywood.

Director (special)

150.
Public Speaking (2010)
Documentary that showcases writer Fran Lebowitz's worldview and experiences.
151.
Concert For New York City, The (2001) as Segment Director
A concert special to benefit the victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks and to honor the rescue workers.
152.
71st Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1999) as Segment Director ("Frank Sinatra Tribute")
Live coverage of the 71st Annual Academy Awards Presentation from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles.
153.
Michael Jackson... The Magic Returns (1987) as Director Music Video ("Bad")
A special which celebrates the career of Michael Jackson and features the world premiere of his music video, "Bad."

Cast (special)

154.
Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project (2007)
A portrait of comedian Don Rickles who continues to entertain us at age 81.
155.
Martin Scorsese Presents, Val Lewton: The Man In The Shadows (2007)
TCM's original documentary looks at the imaginative producer who fashioned a lasting body of beautiful and unsettling films on meager budgets.
156.
Brando (Part 2) (2007)
The two-part original documentary on the larger-than-life actor's life on-screen and off. Features interviews with Robert Duvall, James Caan, Jane Fonda, Al Pacino and Martin Scorsese.
157.
Brando (Part 1) (2007)
The two-part original documentary on the larger-than-life actor's life on-screen and off. Features interviews with Robert Duvall, James Caan, Jane Fonda, Al Pacino and Martin Scorsese.
159.
Decade Under the Influence, A (2003) as Himself
The 1970s was an extraordinary time of rebellion, of questioning every accepted idea: political activism, hedonism, protests, the sexual revolution, the women's movement, the civil rights movement, the music revolution, rage and liberation. Every standard by which we set our social and cultural cloc
160.
Forever Ealing (2002)
A documentary that explores the history and influence of England's Ealing Studios.
161.
New York at the Movies (2002) as Interviewee
Documentary about the films and filmmakers that have celebrated New York City.
162.
With the Filmmaker: Portraits By Albert Maysles (2001)
Documentary special that focuses on filmmakers and their personal visions.
163.
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Thrills (2001) as Interviewee
Special that reveals America's 100 most heart-pounding films, as chosen by leaders of the entertainment community.
164.
Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures (2001) as Interviewee
Film clips, home movies and interviews explore the career of director Stanley Kubrick.
165.
Hollywood Salutes Nicolas Cage: An American Cinematheque Tribute (2001)
Coverage of the 16th American Cinematheque award presentation. Actor Nicolas Cage is honored by the Cinematheque for his body of work. The tribute provides funds for the non-profit organization's programs and operation of the Egyptian Theater.
166.
Clint Eastwood: Out of the Shadows (2000) as Interviewee
Documentary that explores actor/director Clint Eastwood and his art by juxtaposing each major stage in his life with a corresponding stage in the thematic development of his work. Eastwood tells his own story, from his childhood in Depression-era Northern California, to life in the stratosphere of f
167.
Nick Nolte (1999) as Interviewee
Profile of actor Nick Nolte.
168.
70th Annual Academy Awards, The (1998) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 70th annual Academy Awards.
169.
American Film Institute Salute to Martin Scorsese, The (1997)
Tribute to director and screenwriter Martin Scorsese, the 25th recipient of the American Film Institute's Lifetime Achievement Award. Features a retrospective look at Scorsese's 28-year career, including scenes from his films, in addition to personal anecdotes by some of his most famous stars.
170.
Dreams of Tibet (1997)
A look at the land of Tibet on the eve of Chinese premier Jiang Zemin's trip to Washington and the opening of Hollywood films focusing on Tibet. An exploration of the clash of values between American opinion of China's human rights record -- shaped by powerful forces in Hollywood -- and an uncompreh
171.
Typewriter, the Rifle and the Movie Camera, The (1996) as Interviewee
A documentary about the Hollywood iconoclast -- filmmaker Sam Fuller, whose career includes such films as "Steel Helmet" (1951), "Pickup on South Street" (1953), "Shock Corridor" (1963), "The Naked Kiss" (1964), "The Big Red One" (1982) and "White Dog" (1984).
172.
Robbie Robertson: Going Home (1995)
Special tracing the varied career of Robbie Robertson -- performing with Ronnie Hawkins and Bob Dylan, as a founding member of The Band, as a solo artist and film scorer, and as a leader of The Red Road Ensemble. Includes performance clips, recording footage and interviews with some of the major fig
173.
First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies, The (1995)
A retrospective of filmmaking over the past 100 years. Included are interviews with actors, directors and screenwriters, along with film clips and archival footage from current and past Hollywood productions.
174.
Music For the Movies: Bernard Herrmann (1995) as Interviewee
Life and career of composer, Bernard Herrmann, who wrote many scores for feature films.
175.
Everybody Just Stay Calm -- Stories in Independent Filmmaking (1994)
Brief interviews with 23 independent film makers, actors, producers and distributors concerning their experiences in the industry.
176.
Essence Awards, The (1994) as Presenter
A presentation of the Essence Awards, honoring the lives and achievements of African-Americans who have made significant contributions in their respective fields.
177.
Martin Scorsese's Favorite Films (1993)
Director Martin Scorsese recalls the film performances, techniques and themes that have influenced him.
178.
Oliver Stone: Inside Out (1992)
A documentary profiling the life and career of filmmaker Oliver Stone. Included are interviews with friends, associates and family members.
179.
Everybody Dance Now (1991)
A special focusing on contemporary dancers and choreographers of music videos.
180.
62nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1990) as Presenter
Live coverage of the sixty-second annual Academy Awards ceremony from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles. Portions of the ceremony were beamed via satellite to Moscow, London, Tokyo, Sydney, and Buenos Aires.
181.
John Cassavetes (1990)
A documentary on actor, writer, producer and director John Cassavetes. Explores his 30-year career on stage, in films and on television, from his first ventures and performances in the 1950s to his death in 1989. Includes "The Making of 'Husbands'" (1971).
182.
18th Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award: A Salute to Sir David Lean, The (1990)
Broadcast in which the American Film Institute (AFI) presents its eighteenth annual Life Achievement Award to director David Lean.
183.
Siskel & Ebert: The Future of the Movies With Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Martin Scorsese (1990)
A syndicated special featuring film critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert reporting on the future of the film industry. Also included are interviews with directors Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Martin Scorsese.
184.
Martin Scorsese Directs (1990)
A documentary about director Martin Scorsese. This portrait captures the director at work on his film, "Good Fellas," and features interviews with directors, actors, and associates.

Producer (special)

185.
Public Speaking (2010)
Documentary that showcases writer Fran Lebowitz's worldview and experiences.
186.
Martin Scorsese Presents, Val Lewton: The Man In The Shadows (2007)
TCM's original documentary looks at the imaginative producer who fashioned a lasting body of beautiful and unsettling films on meager budgets.
187.
Eric Clapton: Nothing But the Blues (1995) as Executive Producer
Special showcasing master guitarist and singer Eric Clapton during a club appearance at the Fillmore in San Francisco. Includes archival footage and interviews with Clapton and other blues performers.

Editing (special)

188.

Director (special)

189.
Blues, The (2003) as Director

Cast (special)

190.
Tanner on Tanner (2004) as Himself
This sequel to "Tanner '88" revisits the original characters 16 years after Tanner ran for the 1988 presidential election as his daughter Alex is shooting a documentary about the current presidential race.

Producer (special)

191.
Blues, The (2003) as Executive Producer

Director (short)

192.
Big Shave, The (1967)
In this short film, a man shaves himself until he bleeds... a lot.
193.
It's Not Just You, Murray (1964)
A middle-aged mobster looks back at his rise to becoming wealthy and highly influential in this short film.
194.
What's a Nice Girl Like You Doing in a Place Like This? (1963)
A writer becomes obsessesed with a picture of a boat in this short film.

Cast (short)

195.
Dining with Brando (2007)
Actors and directors recount interesting dining experiences with Marlon Brando in this short documentary.
196.
Shakespeare Brando (2007)
Actors and directors discuss Marlon Brando's Shakespearean performances in this short film.
197.
Watching Brando (2007)
Famous stars and directors discuss their esteem for Marlon Brando in this short documentary.

Writer (short)

198.
Big Shave, The (1967)
In this short film, a man shaves himself until he bleeds... a lot.
199.
It's Not Just You, Murray (1964)
A middle-aged mobster looks back at his rise to becoming wealthy and highly influential in this short film.
200.
What's a Nice Girl Like You Doing in a Place Like This? (1963)
A writer becomes obsessesed with a picture of a boat in this short film.

Producer (short)

201.
Big Shave, The (1967)
In this short film, a man shaves himself until he bleeds... a lot.

Editing (short)

202.
Big Shave, The (1967)
In this short film, a man shaves himself until he bleeds... a lot.

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