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Just Another... In the dog-eat-dog world of hip-hop, it's hard to be king. "Just Another Day"... more info $14.98was $14.98 Buy Now

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Director (feature film)

1.
Just Another Day (2009)
Follows a day in the life of two men living at either end of the music game. A successful rapper, A-Maze, must deal with the pitfalls and trappings of his success, while Young Eastie struggles in the competitive music business that is threatening to destroy him.
2.
Beef II (2004)
An examination of rapper "battles" and how the record industry exploits these rivalries that end up dividing scenes and ruining friendships. Includes appearences by 50 Cent, D12, Redman, Method Man, Canibus, Royce Da 5'9", KRS-One, DMX, Nelly, Ice Cube and Roxanne Shante.
3.
Beef (2003)
Explores the evolution of the social, political and economic ramifications of the increasingly controversial art form of Hip Hop. Examines its street energy and how it spills over from the studio into the neighborhoods of urban America. Rappers talk frankly about street life, how they got into the g
4.
Walk, The (2000) as Director
Tells the moving story of the traditional walk of several California tribal communities and their supporters. Led by Native spiritual leader, Robert John, and beginning at the Pala reservation in Southern California, the group makes the 768-mile journey to Sacramento, the state's political seat. The
5.
Rhyme & Reason (1997) as Director
Hip-Hop is a way of life. It is an urban history of the struggle for freedom and dignity and against poverty and crime. It is a slang and a style, an attitude and a dream. It is a code of ethics that saves lives and changes minds. And most of all it is an expression -- raw and real -- of what is happening on the streets where the whole explosive culture was born. It touches nerves across all racial, economic and sexual lines. It addresses issues of love and crime, family and hope, drugs and the next generation -- all of which are both specific to life on urban streets and universal to all human beings. Three years in the making, "Rhyme & Reason" is a moving snap-shot of the state of contemporary Hip-Hop and the state of contemporary urban life.

Cinematography (feature film)

6.
Rhyme & Reason (1997) as Camera
Hip-Hop is a way of life. It is an urban history of the struggle for freedom and dignity and against poverty and crime. It is a slang and a style, an attitude and a dream. It is a code of ethics that saves lives and changes minds. And most of all it is an expression -- raw and real -- of what is happening on the streets where the whole explosive culture was born. It touches nerves across all racial, economic and sexual lines. It addresses issues of love and crime, family and hope, drugs and the next generation -- all of which are both specific to life on urban streets and universal to all human beings. Three years in the making, "Rhyme & Reason" is a moving snap-shot of the state of contemporary Hip-Hop and the state of contemporary urban life.

Writer (feature film)

7.
Beef (2003)
Explores the evolution of the social, political and economic ramifications of the increasingly controversial art form of Hip Hop. Examines its street energy and how it spills over from the studio into the neighborhoods of urban America. Rappers talk frankly about street life, how they got into the g

Producer (feature film)

8.
Beef (2003)
Explores the evolution of the social, political and economic ramifications of the increasingly controversial art form of Hip Hop. Examines its street energy and how it spills over from the studio into the neighborhoods of urban America. Rappers talk frankly about street life, how they got into the g
9.
Walk, The (2000) as Producer
Tells the moving story of the traditional walk of several California tribal communities and their supporters. Led by Native spiritual leader, Robert John, and beginning at the Pala reservation in Southern California, the group makes the 768-mile journey to Sacramento, the state's political seat. The
10.
From Russia to Hollywood: The 100-Year Odyssey of Chekhov and Shdanoff (1999) as Producer
The legacy of actor-teacher Michael Chekhov and his student-protege George Shdanoff on classical Hollywood actors such as Gregory Peck and Patricia Neal is explored. Coming to Hollywood during World War II, both men helped to create and define a school of acting that offered an alternative to Stanis
11.
Rhyme & Reason (1997) as Producer
Hip-Hop is a way of life. It is an urban history of the struggle for freedom and dignity and against poverty and crime. It is a slang and a style, an attitude and a dream. It is a code of ethics that saves lives and changes minds. And most of all it is an expression -- raw and real -- of what is happening on the streets where the whole explosive culture was born. It touches nerves across all racial, economic and sexual lines. It addresses issues of love and crime, family and hope, drugs and the next generation -- all of which are both specific to life on urban streets and universal to all human beings. Three years in the making, "Rhyme & Reason" is a moving snap-shot of the state of contemporary Hip-Hop and the state of contemporary urban life.
12.
Blood Ties: The Life and Work of Sally Mann (1993) as Producer
Reknowned photographer Sally Mann defends herself and her art when she only photographs what she loves most--her children.

Editing (feature film)

13.
Walk, The (2000) as Editor
Tells the moving story of the traditional walk of several California tribal communities and their supporters. Led by Native spiritual leader, Robert John, and beginning at the Pala reservation in Southern California, the group makes the 768-mile journey to Sacramento, the state's political seat. The

Film Production - Main (feature film)

14.
Rhyme & Reason (1997) as Still Photographer
Hip-Hop is a way of life. It is an urban history of the struggle for freedom and dignity and against poverty and crime. It is a slang and a style, an attitude and a dream. It is a code of ethics that saves lives and changes minds. And most of all it is an expression -- raw and real -- of what is happening on the streets where the whole explosive culture was born. It touches nerves across all racial, economic and sexual lines. It addresses issues of love and crime, family and hope, drugs and the next generation -- all of which are both specific to life on urban streets and universal to all human beings. Three years in the making, "Rhyme & Reason" is a moving snap-shot of the state of contemporary Hip-Hop and the state of contemporary urban life.

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