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Cinematography (feature film)
An American anthropologist takes his son with him when he goes to East Africa to study a tribe there. Both father and son benefit from their experiences on the trip.
Editing (feature film)
An unscrupulous Southern landowner takes advantage of racial tensions to extend his holdings.
Set during the Tokyo Olympics, one of three unlikely housemates plays matchmaker with the other two.
An aging Naval officer leads his men against the Japanese after Pearl Harbor.
Film Production - Main (feature film)
He is the one they look for when the Klieg lights blaze, the one whose picture hangs on the wall. His presence hits them like a drug. He is the light and the glory, a reason to live... even die. They are the untold millions whose adoration translates into magazine covers and multi-million contracts. They are the sea of faces rendered invisible by distance, blurred together by their sheer mass, known only in the collective as 'the fans.' For all fans, the rules are unspoken but crystal-clear: you don't get too close to your heroes. But one fan, Gil Renard, is about to bend those rules. The stellar career of his idol, Bobby Rayburn, means everything to Gil. It is the filter through which he's viewed his own life, distilling it into something better. While Bobby's star appears to fall, Gil's own life spirals downward until he has nothing left but the prospect of returning his idol to his former glory, even if it means stepping out of the shadows of fandom and into his own dark center stage.
Documentary about little-known African-American visual artists working during the 1920s and 1930s.
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