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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Producer (feature film)

1.
Elevate (2011)
Four particularly tall West African Muslim teenagers are recruited to play basketball in the U.S. After accepting scholarships, Assane, Dethie, Byago, and Aziz face challenges in America, but pursue their dreams of an education and a shot at the NBA.

Editing (feature film)

2.
Hamlet (1996) as Effects Editor
The tragic prince tries to prove that his uncle killed his father.
3.
Shadowlands (1993) as Footsteps Editor (2nd Unit)
The story of c.S. Lewis' love affair with an American fan.
4.
Splitting Heirs (1993) as Footsteps Editor
After being abandoned as an infant, the rightful Duke of Bournemouth tries to kill the American who's taken his place.
5.
Waterland (1992) as Footsteps And Effects Editor
A history teacher who trys to get through a difficult point in his marriage by examining events in his life with his class.
6.
Chaplin (1992) as Footsteps Editor
Biographical film on Charlie Chaplin: from his impoverished youth in London through the formative years of film and his emergence in Hollywood's Golden Age, up until his acceptance, late in life, of a special Academy Award.
7.
How to Get Ahead in Advertising (1989) as Associate Editor
A young ad executive cannot come up with a slogan for a new product. The stress is beginning to destroy his life, causing him to grow a talking boil on his shoulder.
8.
Countryman (1982) as Assistant Editor
9.
Superman II (1981) as Editor Assistant
On the verge of giving up his powers for love, the man of steel is confronted with three super-criminals.

Music (feature film)

10.
A Fish Called Wanda (1988) as Music Editor
Four crooks pull off a daring heist, then plot to doublecross each other.

Sound (feature film)

11.
Ned Kelly (2004)
In the latter part of the 19th century, Australia is still largely untamed. The former penal colony's first-generation Irish immigrant population lives in poverty. Having already experienced police brutality and the death of his father, bushranger Ned Kelly is wrongfully imprisoned on the trumped-up
12.
Life of David Gale, The (2003) as Foley Editor
David Gale is a man who has tried to live by his principles, but in a bizarre twist of fate this devoted father, popular professor and respected death penalty opponent finds himself on Death Row for the rape and murder of fellow-activist Constance Hallaway. With only three days before his scheduled
13.
Die Another Day (2002) as Foley Editor
A high-speed hovercraft chase, through a minefield in the demilitarized zone separating North and South Korea, marks the beginning of James Bond (Agent 007) embarking on his latest mission. From Hong Kong, to Cuba to London, Bond circles the world in his quest to unmask a traitor, and prevent a war
14.
Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) as Foley Editor
About a girl in her thirties living in London.
15.
Enemy at the Gates (2001) as Foley Editor
The true story of a duel during World War II between celebrated Russian sniper, Vassili Zaitsev, and the Nazi's best sharpshooter, Major Konig, set against the epic battle of Stalingrad. Unassuming and self-contained, Vassili is just an ordinary man who performs his duty with extraordinary skill. With Stalingrad ready to fall into German hands and the Soviet Union on the verge of collapse, there could be no better time for a hero to emerge. Realizing Vassili's potential, Soviet political officer, Danilov, creates the soldier into a national hero. However, when Danilov and Vassili fall in love with Tania, a courageous female soldier, Danilov grows to hate the man he created. Meanwhile, Vassili gains another enemy when he becomes the target of Germany's best sharpshooter, Major Konig, who has been ordered to find and kill Vassili. With exquisite patience and skill, each man stalks the other, fighting his war in solitude while countless men die around them in the rubble of Stalingrad.
16.
Enemy, The (2001)
A CIA agent and a geneticist battle to keep a deadly biological weapon from falling into dangerous hands when the weapon's inventor is kidnapped.
17.
Golden Bowl, The (2000) as Foley Editor
A wealthy expatriate American tries to maintain a surface of propriety despite romantic betrayals.
18.
Man Who Cried, The (2000) as Foley Editor
A young gypsy finds love while travelling from Russia to America, in search of her father.
19.
Mad Cows (1999) as Adr Loop Editor
When her TV star husband Alex decides to divorce her so that he can start a career in politics, newly single mother Maddy goes shoplifting and ends up in jail. Losing custody of her infant child, Maddy hatches a scheme to break out of prison with the assistance of her friend Gillian, who's avoiding
20.
Cotton Mary (1999) as Foley Editor
When Lily, a British woman living on her family's estate in post-independence India circa 1954, gives birth prematurely in a former British hospital while her journalist husband is away on assignment, she turns to Cotton Mary, an Anglo-Indian nurse who promises that "God will feed the child." "God,"
21.
Angela's Ashes (1999) as Foley Editor
True story about a family in Ireland trying to survive against harsh conditions and poverty.
22.
Mickey Blue Eyes (1999) as Foley Editor
When proper Englishman and Manhattan art dealer, Michael Felgate, falls in love with Gina Vitale, he is certain she'll soon be his bride. Upon proposing to her at "La Trattoria," a popular eatery in Little Italy, he makes a wrong turn looking for the men's room and discovers a man imprisoned in the restaurant's meat freezer. At this point, he learns not only that his bride-to-be is in fact the daughter of a powerful mafia godfather, but that his "discovery" has just embroiled him in a dangerous situation which requires him to pose as the gangster "Mickey Blue Eyes" in order to get out of it alive.
23.
Grey Owl (1999) as Foley Editor
In the 1930s, young Englishman Archibald Belaney emigrates to Canada, and decides to live as a Native American named Grey Owl. While travelling as a trapper he meets Pony, a young Mohawk woman who is immediately enamored with Grey Owl. She decides to follow him to the north of Canada, and although h
24.
World Is Not Enough, The (1999) as Foley Editor
Sir Robert King, an oil magnate friend of James Bond (Agent 007), is murdered during a bombing at his M16 Headquarters. The tycoon's only heir, the beautiful Elektra King, inherits billions of dollars worth of oil deposits in the Caspian sea--as well as some very unwanted attention. Elektra is threatened with the same deadly fate as her father, unless she changes the route of Sir Robert's proposed pipeline. Feeling somewhat responsible for the death, as he was unable to fully secure M16 from the bomb, Bond takes on the role of bodyguard for Elektra. Now the world's oil supply is in peril as 007 battles the assassin, Renard, a rabid anti-capitalist terrorist. He is a hateful, dying, psychopath who feels no pain, due to the fact that he lives with a bullet lodged in his brain. Renard is intent on using the resources of King Enterprises as revenge against his hated enemies at M16. Bond must race to defuse this international power struggle with the world's oil supply hanging in the balance, aware that he's the only man who can take the heat between a beautiful heiress, a malicious sociopath, and a world-threatening diabolical plan.
25.
Onegin (1999) as Foley Editor
In 1820s St. Petersburg, artistocrat Eugene Onegin inherits a large estate in the countryside. There he meets his neighbor Lensky and Lensky's fiancee Olga. When Onegin first sees Olga's older sister, Tatyana, he is somewhat interested but coldly rejects her heart felt love letter. Lensky, misinterp
26.
Best Laid Plans (1999) as Foley Editor
Nick, Lissa and Bryce are three people who are on the brink of changing the paths in their lives. Bryce, an old buddy of Nick's, is preparing for a career in academics. Lissa is following her passion for art and Nick is planning on spending what he believes will be a lofty inheritance. But things go
27.
Lost in Space (1998) as Foley Editor
Professor John Robinson, his wife Maureen, their daughters Judy and Penny, and son Will are selected to be the first family to colonize outer space. Piloted by Major Don West, the Jupiter 2 takes off to Alpha Prime, the only other habitable planet in the galaxy. En route, their spacecraft is sabotaged by arch villain Dr. Zachary Smith, who is intent on foiling their plan. When the Jupiter 2 strays dangerously off course, the Robinson family must band together and use their unique skills to complete their mission for face certain death while they remain "lost in space."
28.
Seven Years in Tibet (1997) as Foley Editor
In the autumn of 1939, Heinrich Harrer, the famous Austrian mountaineer, and his countryman Peter Aufschnaiter, set out to climb Nanga Parbat, one of the highest peaks in the Himalayas. The self-centered Harrer, whose sole pre-occupation was the achievement of fame and glory, would experience an emotional awakening on his fantastic journey that would take him from the heights of conquests to the depths of internment in a British prisoner-of-war camp, then from escape and a harrowing two-year trek through the Himalayas to the mysterious Tibetan city of Lhasa. As a stranger in a strange land where few westerners have ever visited, Harrer was befriended by the young Dalai Lama, and was asked to tutor the religious leader in English, geography and the ways of the Western world. He would eventually spend seven years in Tibet, during a period of tremendous political upheaval in that country, graced with friendship and the spiritual enlightenment of the young Dalai Lama.
29.
Butcher Boy (1997) as Foley Editor
With a temperamental father and a suicidal mother, a bright young Dublin boy grows increasingly demented and homicidal. Moving in and out of insane asylums, he murders a neighbor who sullies the name of his family, while experiencing visions of a saintly angel.
30.
Swept From the Sea (1997) as Foley Editor
Ship wrecked russian, falls for kind farm girl.
31.
Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) as Foley Editor
Someone is pitting the world's superpowers against each other--and only the legendary James Bond (Agent 007) can stop it. When a British warship is mysteriously destroyed in Chinese waters, the world teeters on the brink of World War III--until 007 zeros in on the true criminal mastermind. Bond's do-or-die mission takes him to Elliot Carver, a powerful industrialist who manipulates world events as easily as he changes headlines from his global media empire. After soliciting help from Carver's sexy wife, Paris, Bond joins forces with a stunning yet lethal Chinese agent, Wai Lin. In a series of explosive chases, brutal confrontations and impossible escapes, including a motorcycle pursuit through Saigon, Bond and Wai race to stop the presses on Carver's next planned news story--global pandemonium.
32.
Up on the Roof (1997) as Foley Editor
Five friends who meet at Hull University in the late 1970's and form a barbershop-style quartet. They blow their chance to sing at a graduation gig and vow to meet fifteen years later at the Cote d'Azur villa of one of their parents.
33.
Evita (1996) as Foley Editor
In this rock opera, a young peasant girl claws her way to the top of Argentine society, becoming first lady.
34.
Mary Reilly (1996) as Foley Editor
Mary Reilly lives in the house of Dr. Henry Jekyll. She serves her master as a loyal housemaid, sensitive to his weaknesses, attuned to his needs. An innocent girl, Mary's placid demeanor belies a core of steel that has enabled her to overcome a past scarred by violence and pain. In the service of D
35.
In Love and War (1996) as Foley Editor
The true story behind Ernest Hemingway's classic World War I novel "A Farewell to Arms" explores the romance that develops after an 18 year-old Hemingway is nursed back to health by Red Cross nurse Agnes Von Kurowsky following an injury on the battlefield. Partially based on Kurowsky's diaries, the summer of 1918 becomes a time that forever changes both of their lives.
36.
Michael Collins (1996) as Foley Editor
Michael Collins came of age in the early 20th century, when a monumental history of oppression and bloodshed had divided Ireland and its people, making hatred and distrust a national heritage and a way of life. In 1916, in what became known as the Easter Uprising, Irish revolutionaries surrendered after a six-day standoff at Dublin's General Post Office to the overwhelming military power of the British forces. Many followers, including Michael Collins and his close friend Harry Boland, were imprisoned. Upon their release, they found themselves the new leaders of the Irish independence movement. Collins' efforts to create a free and peaceful country, like the epic history of Ireland itself, would encompass romance and violence, valor and rage, burning hope and fiery tragedy. It would result in both the triumph of the free Irish Republic and the terror in Northern Ireland that continues to make bloody headlines today. And it would forever change the ways people wage wars of independence.
37.
Copycat (1995) as Foley Editor
Helen Hudson is a brilliant forensic psychologist who specializes in the study of serial killers. After one of her subjects attempts to kill her, Hudson suffers a nervous breakdown and becomes agoraphobic. However, when a series of ritualized murders baffle the San Francisco Police Department, M.J. Monahan, a feisty, intelligent detective, turns to the unwilling Hudson for help in finding the killer. The team of doctor and detective becomes a target when their quarry learns who is on his trail.
38.
Funny Bones (1995) as Foley Editor
While in search of some good material, a failed stand-up comedian learns about his father's shady past.
39.
Interview With the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994) as Foley Editor
After an aristocratic Louisiana gentleman's abrupt transformation into a vampire at the hands of a mysterious foreigner, he reluctantly settles into a life of nocturnal domesticity, augmented by the addition of a little girl.
40.
Little Buddha (1994) as Foley Editor
The ancient story of Siddhartha, the prince of the Sakya clan whose own spiritual quest culminated in his attaining enlightenment, is interwoven with the contemporary tale of a blond American boy who is believed by Tibetan monks to be the reincarnation of an important lama.
41.
Princess Caraboo (1994) as Foley Editor
Based on an actual incident, the story of a beautiful young woman who appeared in 19th-century London wearing foreign clothes and speaking a foreign language, and was deemed by experts to be a princess from an exotic island.
42.
Nostradamus (1994) as Foley Editor
Drama about Michel de Nostradame, a remarkably modern man born into the dark and unforgiving world of 16th century Europe. As a young doctor, Nostradamus bravely pursued unorthodox medical experiments including homeopathic remedies, treatments for the Black Plague and the extraction of perfumes. He
43.
Man Without A Face, The (1993) as Foley Editor
A troubled adolescent boy, intent on passing the entrance exam to an exclusive military academy, is mentored by a reclusive, disfigured former teacher.
44.
Meeting Venus (1991) as Foley Editor (France)
A Hungarian conductor attempts to stage an opera in Paris with a multinational company.
45.
Hear My Song (1991) as Foley Editor
Inspired by the life story of American-Irish singer Joseph Locke, whose disappearance in the 1950s led to his identity being assumed by an imposter until Locke resurfaced 20 years later.
46.
Whoops Apocalypse (1986) as Sound Effects Editor (Footsteps)

Post Production (feature film)

47.
Hardware (1990) as Post-Production Supervisor
The abandoned parts of a disfunctional android, after being brought into the home of a scrap-metal artist, reconstruct themselves into its former self, a violent killer.

Sound (special)

48.
Jesus Christ Superstar (2000) as Foley Editor
Australian director Gale Edwards' take on the 1971 Tim Rice/Andrew Lloyd Webber musical is based on the London revival, which also played Broadway. Redefined for a contemporary audience, the production rejects quasi-Biblical costumes, psychedelic lighting and hand-mikes for a gritty, police-state wo

Editing (special)

49.
James Clavell's Noble House (1988) as Editor
A four-part miniseries based on James Clavell's novel about romance, intrigue and international power struggles in contemporary Hong Kong.

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