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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Possums (1998) as Teammate (Possums Team)
Nowata has the worst football team in Oklahoma, and a town that has lost much of its industry and some of its spirit. The team is closed down to make way for a discount mart, despite the protests of Will Clark, who used to announce team scores on the local radio station. Refusing to give up, he begins to comment on fictional games - and these he makes the Possums win. People begin to listen to his broadcasts, and soon, Possum fever begins anew in Nowata - but can the real team live up to Will's fantasy games?
2.
Robin of Locksley (1996) as Tommy Tarla
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.
3.
Slipstream (1989) as Committee Member
A futuristic film which takes place after disasters have irrevocably changed and destroyed the world.

Producer (feature film)

4.
Notes on a Scandal (2006)
An aging, lonely teacher, Barbara, finds herself drawn to her colleague, Sheba--the pretty new art teacher at school; however, Sheba soon begins an illicit affair with a student, and the dangerously unstable Barbara becomes the keeper of her dark secret.
5.
Closer (2004) as Executive Producer
Set in contemporary London, a story of passion, drama, love, and abandonment involving four strangers--their chance meetings, instant attractions and casual betrayals.
6.
The Hours (2002) as Producer
Spanning across various time periods in the 20th century, a drama revolves around three very different women: two of whom have been profoundly affected by the works of Virginia Woolf; the other woman is Woolf, herself. All three are battling with issues of freedom, responsibility and identity. As th
7.
Iris (2001) as Producer
John Bayley's memoirs about his wife, journalist Iris Murdoch.
8.
Month By The Lake, A (1995) as Producer
On the brink of World War II, a beautiful young nanny enters the romantic lives of an Englishwoman and a Major from the Queen's Army.
9.
Gothic (1986) as Producer
June 16, 1816. At the Villa Diodati on the shores of Lake Geneva, the exiled poet Lord Byron and his biographer-physician Polidori play host to Shelley, his lover Mary Godwin, and her half-sister Claire. Based very loosely on the memoirs of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley.
10.
Another Country (1984) as Executive Producer
It's 1932, and Guy Bennett is coming to terms with his own hidden homosexuality while his classmate Tommy discovers the work of Karl Marx. As Bennett grows increasingly infatuated with an underclassman, the school's rigid structure threatens to crush him.

Production Designer (feature film)

11.
Carnal Crimes (1991) as Production Designer
A neglected wife has an affair with an artist and is swept up into a murderous love triangle.

Production Companies (feature film)

12.
The Hours (2002) as Company
Spanning across various time periods in the 20th century, a drama revolves around three very different women: two of whom have been profoundly affected by the works of Virginia Woolf; the other woman is Woolf, herself. All three are battling with issues of freedom, responsibility and identity. As th

Film Production - Main (feature film)

13.
Can't Buy Me Love (1987) as Gaffer
Astronomy student Ronald Miller is an outcast at school who daydreams incessantly about Cindy, the most popular girl in school. To win the girl of dreams he offers Cindy his life savings of $1,000 if she will date him for one month to see if true love will blossom.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

14.
Deja Vu (1998) as Production Runner (United Kingdom)
Dana, a young American woman traveling on business in Jerusalem meets a mysterious older French woman with whom she has an instant rapport and who shares a fascinating story of lost love. When the French woman abruptly exits and leaves behind an antique ruby pin, Dana reschedules her trip to Paris to meet her fiance and instead searches for the French woman. Clues lead her to the English coastal town of Dover where she finds herself inexplicably drawn to an enigmatic, married painter. It is there that circumstances conspire to force them to fulfill their fate.

Producer (special)

15.
My Zinc Bed (2008)
Based on the stage play by David Hare, which explores addiction, love and loss. It focuses around a young and idealistic alcoholic, who has an affair with his wealthy boss' wife.
16.
Suddenly Last Summer (1993) as Executive Producer
A broadcast of Tennessee Williams' one-act play. A psychiatrist tries to determine the events leading to the breakdown of his patient.

Art Director (special)

17.
John Fogerty (1998) as Art Direction
Concert featuring rock legend John Fogerty performing songs he wrote for his band Creedence Clearwater Revival, from 1968 to 1972, as well as songs from his solo career.

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