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Editing (feature film)

1.
Galaxis (1998) as Dialogue Editor
A young rapper is arrested when his drug dealer is shot dead. he is sent to prison and must decide between rival gangs in order to survive.
2.
Slam (1998) as Dialogue Editor
A young rapper is arrested when his drug dealer is shot dead. he is sent to prison and must decide between rival gangs in order to survive.

Sound (feature film)

3.
Bobby Fischer Against the World (2011)
The tragic and bizarre life of late chess-master Bobby Fischer, as he careened from a troubled childhood to World Champion and Cold War icon to a fugitive on the run.
4.
Steep (2007)
The story of big mountain skiing, a sport that barely existed 35 years ago. It started in the 1970s in the mountains above Chamonix, France, where skiers began to attempt ski descents so extreme that they appeared almost suicidal. Men like Anselme Baud and Patrick Vallencant were inspired by the cha
5.
Waitress (2007)
When Jenna, a waitress in a cheery southern diner, discovers that she's pregnant with her immature husband's baby, she doesn't exactly jump for joy. Suddenly hopeless, her dreams for a better life are in ruins, until a good-looking doctor arrives in town.
6.
Inside (1996)
Exposing the excesses of the South African police state under apartheid, a political drama which unfolds when Marty Strydom, an idealistic university professor from a prominent white South African family, is accused of conspiring to subvert the racist regime after attending an Amnesty International

Misc. Crew (feature film)

7.
Daria: Is It Fall Yet? (2000)
Television movie based on the characters from the MTV animated series "Daria." The story focuses on what Daria and her friends from Lawndale High School are doing on their summer vacations. Daria finds herself forced into "volunteering" at the OK to Cry Corral, a summer camp for the overly sensitive
8.
Daria: Is It Fall Yet? (2000)
Television movie based on the characters from the MTV animated series "Daria." The story focuses on what Daria and her friends from Lawndale High School are doing on their summer vacations. Daria finds herself forced into "volunteering" at the OK to Cry Corral, a summer camp for the overly sensitive

Sound (special)

9.
Death on a Factory Farm (2009)
An investigator goes undercover to reveal animal cruelty on a factory hog farm.
10.
Peter Jennings Reporting: Ecstasy Rising (2004) as Rerecording Mixer (Sync Sound, Inc.)
Documentary chronicling the rise in popularity of the drug ecstasy, its physiological effects on users, and law enforcement efforts to combat distribution.
11.
AMC Project, The: Cult of Cindy, The (2004) as Sound Editor (Sync Sound)
Special which examines Cindy Jackson, the self-proclaimed "Living Doll," the Guiness Book record-holder who has undergone over 49 cosmetic surgery procedures to date, and her influence on the men and women who have used her particular taste in surgical enhancements as a basis for their own cosmetic
12.
College of Comedy With Alan King III, The (2001) as Audio Editor
Alan King hosts his third university forum exploring the historical principles of stand-up comedy from Beckman Auditorium at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena.
13.
Dancing With Divas: A G-String Special (2001) as Sound Editor
A compilation of the most provocative moments from the HBO reality series "G-String Divas," which followed the personal and professional lives of erotic dancers at a Pennsylvania strip club.
14.
Trade Secrets: A Moyers Report (2001) as Sound Editor
Americans say corporations should have the burden of proving chemicals are safe. They believe most chemicals are already tested for safety, and that the government is protecting them against harmful chemicals. But what is the true story? Correspondent Bill Moyers and producer Sherry Jones uncover ho
15.
Wingspan (2001) as Sound Editor
The story of Paul and Linda McCartney's early years together is told in a series of conversations with their daughter, Mary. The program, covering the years 1970-80, features home-movie footage of McCartney, his late wife, Linda, and their family, as well as Wings concert footage.
16.
Money & Power: The History of Business (2001) as Sound Editor
Documentary that chronicles the origins of trade, banking, industry, commerce and power over the past 1000 years. The program traces the visionaries and their products and ideas that brought the revolution of change over the past millennium -- the transfer of money and power from church and crown t
17.
Good Rockin' Tonight: The Legacy of Sun Records (2001) as Sound Editor
Documentary that chronicles the founding of the Sun Records label by Sam Phillips. The program features contemporary artists performing the music of Sun Records artists, including Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison and Johnny Cash.
18.
Real Sex 27: Slippery When Wet (2001) as Sound Editor (Sync Sound)
This edition of the erotic magazine show includes the following highlights: Menage, a Philadelphia "adult entertainer" with an impossibly long tongue, who teaches men how to please women; Mark Yasanchak, a man who shoots adult films entirely underwater; a Florida company that produces high-end sex t
19.
Eleanor Roosevelt (2000) as Sound Editor
Documentary about Eleanor Roosevelt -- the most powerful woman in the United States for over 30 years. The niece of one president and wife of another, she was a tireless advocate for the disadvantaged, a woman who influenced American social policies for decades and pushed through the first internati
20.
Beatles Revolution, The (2000) as Sound Editor
Documentary that examines how much of the world we know in 2000 was inspired by ideas the Beatles popularized during the six years they commanded the world's attention. The special is also a portrait of today's heroes, who talk about the influence the band had on them as individuals.
21.
Andrea Bocelli: Sacred Arias (1999) as Audiofile
Andrea Bocelli sings selections from religious music featured on his "Sacred Arias" CD. Taped at the Roman basilica of Santa Maria sopra Minerva.
22.
Travis (1999) as Sound Editor
Eight-year-old Travis Jeffries lives in the South Bronx, and has full-blown AIDS. Filming over a three-year period, documentarian Richard Kotuk presents not only the roller-coaster of hope, pain, improvements and setbacks intrinsic to the disease, but also introduces us to an extended family -- from
23.
America 1900 (1998) as Sound Effects Editor
Documentary examines the emerging forces of America in 1900 that would come to shape the 20th century.

Sound (special)

24.
Stephen King's "The Langoliers" (1995)
Ten strangers napping on an overnight flight from Los Angeles to Boston awake to discover that all the other passengers and crew members have disappeared. Upon landing, they also find that this new reality is home to the langoliers -- night-time childhood fears come to life.

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