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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

2.
Earth Days (2009)
The history of our environmental undoing through the eyes of nine Americans whose work and actions launched the modern environmental movement.
3.
Oswald's Ghost (2007)
Delves into the conspiracies, truths, myths and lies stemming from the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the shooting three days later of number one suspect Lee Harvey Oswald.
4.
Guerilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst (2004) as Director
In 1974, a teenage newspaper heiress and Berkeley undergrad was kidnapped at gunpoint from her apartment, setting off one of the most bizarre episodes in recent history. The kidnappers, completely off the map before Patty Hearst disappeared into the San Francisco night, were a small band of young, f
5.
American Babylon (2000) as Director
Documentary about Atlantic City narcotics detective Jeff Fauntleroy who reaches for religious salvation in the midst of the apparently hopeless poverty and despair on his beat.
6.
Radio Bikini (1987) as Director
The documentary tells the story of when the Cold War is at its height, the U.S. government conducts a series of atomic tests in the lovely Bikini Atoll. Unfortunately the tests vaporize the tropical island, reducing it to ruins.

Cinematography (feature film)

7.
Guerilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst (2004) as Additional Camera
In 1974, a teenage newspaper heiress and Berkeley undergrad was kidnapped at gunpoint from her apartment, setting off one of the most bizarre episodes in recent history. The kidnappers, completely off the map before Patty Hearst disappeared into the San Francisco night, were a small band of young, f
8.
American Babylon (2000) as Cinematographer
Documentary about Atlantic City narcotics detective Jeff Fauntleroy who reaches for religious salvation in the midst of the apparently hopeless poverty and despair on his beat.
9.
Guns on the Clackamas (1995) as 16mm Camera Operator (New York)
This parody of the film industry follows a noted documentarian making a movie about the making of a movie. The subject of the documentary is a trouble-plagued western whose cast members drop off like flies, making the future of both films uncertain.
10.
Guns on the Clackamas (1995) as Director Of Photography
This parody of the film industry follows a noted documentarian making a movie about the making of a movie. The subject of the documentary is a trouble-plagued western whose cast members drop off like flies, making the future of both films uncertain.
11.
Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey (1994) as Cinematography (Moscow)
A documentary tribute to Leon Theremin, the remarkable scientist and artist who revolutionized modern music with his invention of the world's first electronic instrument.
12.
Radio Bikini (1987) as Cinematographer
The documentary tells the story of when the Cold War is at its height, the U.S. government conducts a series of atomic tests in the lovely Bikini Atoll. Unfortunately the tests vaporize the tropical island, reducing it to ruins.

Writer (feature film)

13.
Earth Days (2009)
The history of our environmental undoing through the eyes of nine Americans whose work and actions launched the modern environmental movement.
14.
Oswald's Ghost (2007)
Delves into the conspiracies, truths, myths and lies stemming from the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the shooting three days later of number one suspect Lee Harvey Oswald.

Producer (feature film)

15.
Earth Days (2009)
The history of our environmental undoing through the eyes of nine Americans whose work and actions launched the modern environmental movement.
16.
Oswald's Ghost (2007)
Delves into the conspiracies, truths, myths and lies stemming from the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the shooting three days later of number one suspect Lee Harvey Oswald.
17.
Guerilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst (2004) as Producer
In 1974, a teenage newspaper heiress and Berkeley undergrad was kidnapped at gunpoint from her apartment, setting off one of the most bizarre episodes in recent history. The kidnappers, completely off the map before Patty Hearst disappeared into the San Francisco night, were a small band of young, f
18.
American Babylon (2000) as Producer
Documentary about Atlantic City narcotics detective Jeff Fauntleroy who reaches for religious salvation in the midst of the apparently hopeless poverty and despair on his beat.
19.
Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey (1994) as Associate Producer
A documentary tribute to Leon Theremin, the remarkable scientist and artist who revolutionized modern music with his invention of the world's first electronic instrument.
20.
Radio Bikini (1987) as Producer
The documentary tells the story of when the Cold War is at its height, the U.S. government conducts a series of atomic tests in the lovely Bikini Atoll. Unfortunately the tests vaporize the tropical island, reducing it to ruins.

Editing (feature film)

21.
Earth Days (2009)
The history of our environmental undoing through the eyes of nine Americans whose work and actions launched the modern environmental movement.
22.
Oswald's Ghost (2007)
Delves into the conspiracies, truths, myths and lies stemming from the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the shooting three days later of number one suspect Lee Harvey Oswald.
23.
Radio Bikini (1987) as Editor
The documentary tells the story of when the Cold War is at its height, the U.S. government conducts a series of atomic tests in the lovely Bikini Atoll. Unfortunately the tests vaporize the tropical island, reducing it to ruins.

Sound (feature film)

24.
Blood in the Face (1991) as Sound
An examination of the growth of white supremacist organizations during the 1980s in the United States.
25.
Radio Bikini (1987) as Sound
The documentary tells the story of when the Cold War is at its height, the U.S. government conducts a series of atomic tests in the lovely Bikini Atoll. Unfortunately the tests vaporize the tropical island, reducing it to ruins.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

26.
Vermont Is For Lovers (1993) as Additional Photography
New Yorkers George and Marya head to Vermont to get married in the peaceful setting of her aunt's farm. Once there, however, things are anything but peaceful; the trip has brought out tensions between them, and they question whether marriage is such a good idea. To find an answer, they turn to the l
27.
Spaced Invaders (1990) as Key Grip
Martians attack earth on the 50th anniversary broadcast of "The War of the Worlds."
28.
Cameron's Closet (1988) as Key Grip
A young boy is befriended by an evil playmate who comes from inside the boy's closet.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

29.
Guerilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst (2004) as Archival Research
In 1974, a teenage newspaper heiress and Berkeley undergrad was kidnapped at gunpoint from her apartment, setting off one of the most bizarre episodes in recent history. The kidnappers, completely off the map before Patty Hearst disappeared into the San Francisco night, were a small band of young, f
30.
Blood in the Face (1991)
An examination of the growth of white supremacist organizations during the 1980s in the United States.
31.
Radio Bikini (1987)
The documentary tells the story of when the Cold War is at its height, the U.S. government conducts a series of atomic tests in the lovely Bikini Atoll. Unfortunately the tests vaporize the tropical island, reducing it to ruins.

Cinematography (special)

32.
Cadets: Life of a Student Recruit (2001) as Camera
A look into the world of college-level military academics in the United States, from their first days a "rooks" through the emotional ring ceremony where they graduate to being Cadets. The program features Norwich University in New Hampshire.
33.
Home on the Range (1992) as Cinematographer
A documentary exploring the changes in the native culture of Kwajalein in the Marshall Islands since the occupation of the United States Army.

Producer (special)

34.
World War III (1998) as Producer
Fictional documentary offers an account of three months in the winter of 1989-90, a worst-case scenario of how the Cold War might have ended badly. The story opens in October 1989, during the collapse of the German Democratic Republic. The program rewrites history to imagine that a coup by Moscow ha
35.
Signal to Noise: Life With Television (1996) as Segment Producer
Multi-part, irreverent look at the business and pleasure of television and its impact on contemporary life. Uses short, stylistic segments and video essays to examine the hold this pervasive medium has on people's perceptions of themselves, their world and the future.

Special Thanks (special)

36.
Jack (1993) as Special Thanks
A documentary taking a look at President John F. Kennedy's personal and professional life. Includes interviews, archival footage and photographs.

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