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Director (feature film)

1.
Oscar Nominated Short Films 2014, The (2014)
The 2013 Academy Award nominated live action, animated and documentary short films are presented.
2.
Prisoner of Paradise (2003) as Director
A chronicle of the true story of Kurt Gerron, a well known and beloved German-Jewish actor, director and cabaret star in Berlin in the 1920's and '30's. Among his greatest accomplishments, he co-starred with the legendary Marlene Dietrich in the film classic, "The Blue Angel." He also sang "Mack The
3.
Chasing Holden (2002) as Director
The son of a New York state politician, who is suffering an identity crisis, attempts to resolve it by seeking inspiration from his favorite literary character, Holden Caulfield of J.D. Salinger's "The Catcher in the Rye". On a quest to find himself, he runs away from his stifling boarding school su
4.
Voices From a Locked Room (1995) as Director
The true story of reclusive British composer Peter Warlock who is mercilessly panned by haughty London Journal theatre critic Philip Heseltine, who accuses the rising young composer of stealing his ideas from others. Heseltine later becomes involved with an American chanteuse who, in her attempts to

Writer (feature film)

5.
Prisoner of Paradise (2003) as Screenwriter
A chronicle of the true story of Kurt Gerron, a well known and beloved German-Jewish actor, director and cabaret star in Berlin in the 1920's and '30's. Among his greatest accomplishments, he co-starred with the legendary Marlene Dietrich in the film classic, "The Blue Angel." He also sang "Mack The

Producer (feature film)

6.
Oscar Nominated Short Films 2014, The (2014)
The 2013 Academy Award nominated live action, animated and documentary short films are presented.
7.
Prisoner of Paradise (2003) as Producer
A chronicle of the true story of Kurt Gerron, a well known and beloved German-Jewish actor, director and cabaret star in Berlin in the 1920's and '30's. Among his greatest accomplishments, he co-starred with the legendary Marlene Dietrich in the film classic, "The Blue Angel." He also sang "Mack The

Animation (feature film)

8.
American Tail: Fievel Goes West, An (1991) as Assistant Animator
Fievel Mousekowitz and his family, struggling to survive in New York City, decide to head out west looking for adventure and a better life.
9.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) as Inbetweener
A tough detective tries to clear a cartoon character charged with murder.

Director (special)

10.
Surviving Salvation (1992) as Director
A documentary following the 20th-Century exodus of 40,000 Ethiopian Jews to Israel.
11.
Do the Guilty Go Free? (1988) as Director
A documentary that probes the consequences of justice gone awry by focusing on three nationally publicized criminal cases where the Exclusionary Rule -- which says that if evidence is not properly obtained, it cannot be allowed in court -- was used to gain rulings favorable to confessed killers.
12.
You Don't Have to Die (1988) as Director
A documentary about Jason Gaes, a ten-year-old boy who successfully battled cancer and wrote a book about his experience, encouraging other young victims to fight the disease. Included is an animated version of the book, and footage of Gaes receiving the American Cancer Society's Courage Award from

Cast (special)

13.
Sea Monsters: Search For the Giant Squid (1998)
Documentary examining the facts and the myths surrounding the giant squid. Epic poems, legends, books and classic motion pictures have spoken of terrifying sea monsters attacking ships, lunging up out of the ocean and pulling sailors into the abyss. Some of these reports are now believed to be based

Writer (special)

14.
Surviving Salvation (1992) as Writer
A documentary following the 20th-Century exodus of 40,000 Ethiopian Jews to Israel.
15.
Do the Guilty Go Free? (1988) as Writer
A documentary that probes the consequences of justice gone awry by focusing on three nationally publicized criminal cases where the Exclusionary Rule -- which says that if evidence is not properly obtained, it cannot be allowed in court -- was used to gain rulings favorable to confessed killers.

Producer (special)

16.
Surviving Salvation (1992) as Producer
A documentary following the 20th-Century exodus of 40,000 Ethiopian Jews to Israel.
17.
Don't Divorce the Children (1990) as Executive Producer
A documentary hosted by Timothy Busfield, profiling six families and how divorce effects the lives of children.
18.
Guns: A Day in the Death of America (1990) as Producer
A documentary recounting four of the 61 fatal shootings that took place in the United States on July 16, 1989. Includes interviews with witnesses and the victims' families and friends.
19.
You Don't Have to Die (1988) as Co-Producer
A documentary about Jason Gaes, a ten-year-old boy who successfully battled cancer and wrote a book about his experience, encouraging other young victims to fight the disease. Included is an animated version of the book, and footage of Gaes receiving the American Cancer Society's Courage Award from
20.
Do the Guilty Go Free? (1988) as Producer
A documentary that probes the consequences of justice gone awry by focusing on three nationally publicized criminal cases where the Exclusionary Rule -- which says that if evidence is not properly obtained, it cannot be allowed in court -- was used to gain rulings favorable to confessed killers.
21.
Surveillance... No Place to Hide (1986) as Executive Producer
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.
22.
Being Homosexual (1984) as Executive Producer
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.

Misc. Crew (special)

23.
Sea Monsters: Search For the Giant Squid (1998) as Scientific Advisor
Documentary examining the facts and the myths surrounding the giant squid. Epic poems, legends, books and classic motion pictures have spoken of terrifying sea monsters attacking ships, lunging up out of the ocean and pulling sailors into the abyss. Some of these reports are now believed to be based

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