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Cinematography (feature film)
Based on the true story of an autistic woman, Temple Grandin, Ph.D. who becomes a cattle industry leader by designing better surroundings for the animals.
The history of the electric guitar as seen from the point of view of three significant musicians: Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page, U2's The Edge and the White Stripes' Jack White. It tells the personal stories, of three generations of electric guitar virtuosos. It reveals how each developed his unique sou
During the 1950's in Chicago's South Side, the struggling Younger family anxiously await the arrival of a $10,000 life insurance check made out to Lena Younger, the family matriarch, from the estate of her late husband, Walter Lee. Lena would like to retire from her job as a domestic for a white fa
Based on the Obie award winning play written by and starring Ruben Santiago-Hudson, a tale that recounts his childhood growing up in a boarding house in Lackawanna, New York that was run by an incredible woman.
Based on real events and filmed at the actual location where this story took place, a real life drama set during the Rwandan genocide in 1994: Joe Connor has come to teach in Rwanda because he believes he can make a difference. When the school becomes a haven for thousands of Tutsis fleeing the vio
A depiction of the events of the infamous bloody massacre which took place on Sunday, January 30, 1972 when twenty-seven civilians were gunned down by the British Army in the streets of Northern Ireland. The story revolves around two young men who are caught up in the cross fire. One is an idealisti
A dramatization of CNN's coverage of the Gulf War. In August 1990, CNN producer Robert Wiener, along with his producing partner and alter ego Ingrid Formanek, led their group of journalists and crew to the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, a few months before the U.N.-imposed deadline for the Iraqis to with
A part-fiction, part-documentary biography of Haile Gebrselassie, an East African long-distance runner in the 1996 Summer Olympics. As a child, Haile runs everywhere - to and from his school, or a 3 hour trip to collect water. He is inspired by the 1980 Olympic success of another Ethiopian, Miruts Y
"Coroner," a rugged homicide cop teams with a computer tech named Paddock to find a murderous software crook. Needing codes to operate a brillian security program he has stolen, the super-savvy hacker takes Paddock hostage, setting up a showdown with Coroner.
The story follows the friendship that develops between Jane, a young wheelchair-bound woman suffering from Motor Neurone Disease and Richard, a struggling artist who is hired to take care of her. As Jane longs to regain control over her failing body and life, Richard struggles to rebuild from the fa
Black American troops stationed in war-torn England prepare to fight the Germans in Europe. One young black soldier, Travis befriends Maggie, an English woman whose husband, Edward, is fighting overseas. Lonely and confused by her husband's infidelities, Maggie soon finds comfort in the arms of Trav
A young man and woman meet, fall in love, and spend some time together, but his desire to keep things simple causes problems.
A single mother, abandoned by her husband after his return from Vietnam, tries to raise her son alone under difficult circumstances.
Set in late 1950s England, an amoral divorce detective, who sets up fake adultery cases with the help of his wife, becomes a prime suspect when his wife and a wealthy client are found murdered.
Set during the Falklands crisis, a man is pronounced dead after being lost in battle. Months later he turns up apparently suffering from amnesia. Film examines the effect this has on an ordinary family.
To stay in England and evade immigration, an Iranian student marries an Englishman. Her desire to become more involved with the exiled Iranian community in London, however, slowly evolves into political commitment.
An American journalist and his Cambodian adviser fight to survive the country''''s communist takeover.
No. 1 is fearless, irrestible, and licensed to kill. No. 1 is assigned to capture a madman killing international financiers. Before getting the bad guy, No. 1 encounters mercenaries from the evil organization K.R.A.S.H. (Killing, Rape, Arson, Slaughter, and Hit).
Film Production - Main (feature film)
Okwe, a kind-hearted Nigerian doctor, and Senay, a Turkish chambermaid, work at the same West London hotel. The hotel is run by Senor "Sneaky" and is the sort of place where "dirty business" like drug dealing and prostitution takes place. However, when Okwe finds a human heart in one of the toilets,
Adaptation of the Charles Dickens' novel, set in Victorian England, about an orphan who falls in with a gang of street thieves.
An American businessman on his way back home to Virginia from Hong Kong becomes infected with a mutated bird flu strain which is now transmittable from human to human. American authorities attempt to contain the virus before it's too late.
Stephen Lawrence, the 18-year-old son of Jamaican immigrants Neville and Doreen Lawrence, is stabbed to death one night in April 1993 while waiting for a bus in southeast London. The assailants, five white-supremacist teens, are identified almost immediately, but the police don't arrest them for two
Adaptation of Daniel Defoe's classic novel of the same title. In 17th-century England a young woman seeking wealth and status becomes a prostitute, a thief and marries five times.
A drama about a rifleman in the British army who is promoted from the ranks for bravery during the campaign against Napoleon's forces in 19th century Spain.
A special about the survivors of the 1972 airplane crash in the Andes Mountains. Includes archival footage of the rescue and interviews with the 16 survivors and how their 10-week ordeal has affected their lives.
The third television series for PBS about Agatha Christie's fictional detective, Hercule Poirot. In this episode, Poirot is summoned to find the Prime Minister, who has been kidnapped prior to attending a disarmament conference.
The third television series for PBS about Agatha Christie's fictional detective, Hercule Poirot. In this episode, Poirot must solve a mystery related to the famous diamonds of two rival socialites.
A three-part series, hosted by Harry Belafonte, exploring the origins of Afro-Cuban music. Interviews and archival footage trace the music from Africa through the Caribbean to the United States.
Hercule Poirot outwits Inspector Japp when he spots the connection between a suburban London cook who disappears after a day's outing and a bank clerk who has absconded with 50,000 British pounds.
Boisterous neighbors downstairs and strange nighttime noises in his elevator shaft lead Hercule Poirot to discover a murder on his own block.
Industrialist Benedict Farley consults Hercule Poirot about his suicidal dreams, but dismisses the Belgian detective's advice out of hand. Yet Poirot finds out that there is more to these dreams than anyone can imagine.
Detective Hercule Poirot probes the apparent suicide of a young widow and discovers a highly unusual murder.
A documentary exploring the unprecedented extent of electronic surveillance in today's world and the attendant threat to everyone's privacy. The film examines the growing use of electronic monitoring by law enforcement officers, government officials, private citizens, and even criminals.
Film Production - Main (special)
Documentary revolving around New Orleans following the devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina.
An "America Undercover" documentary that takes a look at what it is like to be gay in America. Included are in-depth profiles of gay men and lesbians.
Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)
Based on his book of the same name, Rolling Stone contributing editor Evan Wright chronicles his dangerous experiences during the Iraqi war with the First Reconnaissance Battalion Marines on a 16-day trek from Kuwait to Iraq, when he was an embedded reporter in 2003. Project revolves around the indi
Miniseries based on the non-fiction book by David Simon and Edward Burns about a black family and the changes they experience over decades in Baltimore. The story focuses on Gary McCullough, Fran Boyd and their 15-year-old son DeAndre McCullough. They live amid an open-air drug market on West Baltim
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