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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Writer (feature film)

1.
Ronnie and Julie (1997) as From Story
Two teenagers, whose families have been feuding for years, fall in love during their respective parents' campaigns to be mayor of Spokane, Washington. Loosely based on Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet."
2.
Ronnie and Julie (1997) as Screenwriter
Two teenagers, whose families have been feuding for years, fall in love during their respective parents' campaigns to be mayor of Spokane, Washington. Loosely based on Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet."
3.
Robin of Locksley (1996) as Screenwriter
Modern-day version of the classic tale of Robin Hood. Robin McAllister, an archery ace and computer whiz, enrolled at the exclusive Locksley Academy, concocts a computer scheme to aid a poor classmate who needs expensive medical attention.
4.
Halfback of Notre Dame, The (1996) as Screenwriter
A kind-hearted French exchange student steals the heart of a high school football player, much to the chagrin of his coach father who has brainwashed his son to think of nothing but football. The oafish, teenage football star is the brunt of teasing and pranks by a clique of spoiled students.

Producer (feature film)

5.
Helen (2009)
A law professor grapples with depression and married life.
6.
Nightwatching (2007)
The life of Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn. Focuses on the creation of "The Nightwatch," one of Rembrandt's most famous paintings, and the impact it had on his private life.
7.
Out of Time (2000) as Producer
A modern retelling of Washington Irving's "Rip Van Winkle." In 1980 rural Oregon, Jack Epson is a nature-loving dreamer suffering from untreatable leukemia. Living in the forest surrounding Suttersville are magical spirit guides, led by Morgan Sutter, the town's founder, and Young Dog, an ancient Na
8.
Mermaid (2000) as Producer
Hans Christian Anderson's tale of "The Little Mermaid" is loosely adapted for this modern story of a 5-year-old girl named Desi who is still hurting over the loss of her father, who recently passed away. She moves with her mother Rhonda back to the family home where Rhonda grew up. There, Desi's gra
9.
Ronnie and Julie (1997) as Producer
Two teenagers, whose families have been feuding for years, fall in love during their respective parents' campaigns to be mayor of Spokane, Washington. Loosely based on Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet."
10.
Dead Man's Gun (1997) as Producer
A trilogy of stories set in the mythic West of 1875. Each segment depicts how a dead man's evil gun, passed from man to man, changes the lives of all who own it. The episodes are entitled: "The Great McDonacle," the story of Harry McDonacle, a second-rate performer in a traveling show who suddenly b
11.
Robin of Locksley (1996) as Producer
Modern-day version of the classic tale of Robin Hood. Robin McAllister, an archery ace and computer whiz, enrolled at the exclusive Locksley Academy, concocts a computer scheme to aid a poor classmate who needs expensive medical attention.
12.
Halfback of Notre Dame, The (1996) as Producer
A kind-hearted French exchange student steals the heart of a high school football player, much to the chagrin of his coach father who has brainwashed his son to think of nothing but football. The oafish, teenage football star is the brunt of teasing and pranks by a clique of spoiled students.
13.
Double Play (1996) as Producer
Loose adaptation of Anthony Hope's classic novel, "The Prisoner of Zenda." A case of deliberate mistaken identity begins when a 14-year-old computer genius becomes CEO of a major corporation and is kidnappped by order of his ruthless uncle who is trying to unseat him as head of the company. A baseba
14.
Annie O (1995) as Producer
Ignoring her critics and following her dream, a teenage girl tries out for the boys' varsity basketball team.
15.
Family Prayers (1993) as Executive Producer
Coming-of-age drama set in 1969 about a Jewish family that moves from New York to a suburb of Los Angeles.
16.
Boxing Helena (1993) as Executive Producer
A psycho-thriller about a successful doctor and his obsessive love for one woman, which leads him to do the unimaginable: kidnap her after an accident and amputate her limbs.
17.
Plague, The (1992) as Executive Producer
Contemporary adaptation of Albert Camus' 1947 novel, set in a port city in Latin America in 1991.
18.
Dark Horse (1992) as Executive Producer
Story about a young girl who searches for happiness after her mother's death.
19.
Shattered (1991) as Executive Producer
A man awakes from a car accident with amnesia, but suspects their was some foul play that led to his accident.
20.
Write To Kill (1991) as Executive Producer
A struggling writer commits an act of vengeance when his brother dies.
21.
Project: Alien (1990) as Executive Producer
Thriller about a military coverup of a UFO sighting and the journalist who covers the story.
22.
Stephen King's Graveyard Shift (1990) as Executive Producer
A drifter is hired to help clean out the basement of a run-down textile mill.
23.
Steel Dawn (1987) as Executive Producer
A post-apocalyptic action-adventure about a new breed of warrior trained in the art of swordsmanship.
24.
Slapstick Of Another Kind (1984) as Executive Producer

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