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Daniel Chretien

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Film Production - Main (feature film)

Silk (2007)
In the mid 19th century, a silkworm merchant travels from France to Japan to locate silkworm eggs that are uncontaminated by the epidemic that threatens Europe's silk supply. The merchant falls in love with the occidental concubine of a Japanese baron, though he has a loyal and doting wife awaiting
Wall of Secrets (2004)
A couple find that their new apartment is less than ideal as they discover mysterious happenings around them.
Deadly Betrayal (2003)
A woman feels conflicted when she develops feelings for her child's teacher and puts her family's relations in danger. When she discovers her amor's true nature, she puts her life in danger.
Deception (2003) as Gaffer
Erin is an actress who makes her living by helping an investigator set up cheating husbands. When she starts to fall for her next "target," Max, her world crumbles and her life begins to appear in jeopardy.
Red Violin, The (1998) as Gaffer (Canadian--Travelling Crew)
A magical red violin passes around the world from owner to owner. It originates in Italy, where its maker's wife dies in childbirth; next it surfaces in the eighteenth century as the instrument of a child prodigy. In the nineteenth century, we find ourselves in England, where the violin's owner, a c
No Greater Love (1996)
When a woman's parents and fiance are killed aboard the Titanic, she must care for her siblings, mend her broken heart and run the family newspaper business alone. Based on Danielle Steel's novel.
Barbara Taylor Bradford's "Everything to Gain" (1996)
Adaptation of Barbara Taylor Bradford's novel about a young woman who, after the murder of her husband and children, struggles to pick up the pieces of her life.
Vanished (1995)
A television movie based on "Vanished," Danielle Steel's novel about a woman who must confront her tragic past and the loss of her first child when her ex-husband is accused of kidnapping her new son. Set during World War II.
Moderns, The (1988) as Gaffer
A stylized look at 1920s Paris.
La Guepe (1986) as Gaffer
Bach and Broccoli (1986) as Gaffer
A rambunctious orphan girl is sent to live with her crotchety bachelor uncle.
Exit (1986) as Gaffer
Femme de l'Hotel, La (1984) as Gaffer
Les Annees de Reve (1984) as Gaffer

Film Production - Lighting/Electrical (feature film)

Warm Bodies (2013)
After a zombie epidemic, an unusual zombie name R rescues a human survivor named Julie from a zombie attack. Julie sees that R is different from the other zombies, and as the two form a special relationship in their struggle for survival, R becomes increasingly more human setting off an exciting, romantic and often comical chain of events that begins to transform the other zombies and maybe even the whole lifeless world.
Snow in August (2001)
Set in Brooklyn during the summer of 1947, the telefilm tells the tale of a fatherless Catholic boy who is endangered after witnessing a violent crime and subsequently forms an extraordinary bond with Rabbi Judah Hirsch, a refugee of war. The young boy struggles to tell the truth and confront a mena
Press Run, The (2000)
Framed for the murder of his publisher, a hard-boiled newspaper editor is drawn into a web of intrigue and seduction when he sets out to find the real killer.
Patty Duke Show: Still Rockin' in Brooklyn Heights, The (1999)
Update of "The Patty Duke Show," which aired on ABC from 1963 to 1966, about a pair of identical-twin cousins, Patty and Cathy Lane, both played by Patty Duke. Three decades later, Patty still spends her days at Brooklyn Heights High School where she is now a drama teacher. She is divorced from high
My Friend Max (1994) as Chief Electrician
After 25 years, two friends are reunited, and one of them, Max, searches for the child she gave up for adoption.
Case of the Witch Who Wasn't, The (1992) as Chief Electrician
The summer adventures of two girls who befriend an old lady suspected of being a witch.
Dans le ventre du dragon (1989) as Chargehand Electrician
A young man signs up to be a human guinea pig for some experiments being conducted by a pharmaceutical company and gets more than he bargained for.
Les Portes tournantes (1988) as Chief Electrician
An elderly jazz pianist takes refuge in New York and reflects on her past.
Peanut Butter Solution, The (1987) as 1st Electrician
Michael and Conrad believe that a building that recently burned down is filled with ghosts and visit the spot to prove it. When Michael looks into the ruins, he instantly goes bald, and a couple of friendly spirits concoct a peanut butter-based solution that restores his hair. In fact, he grows so m
Captive Hearts (1987) as Chief Lighting Technician
Pat Morita, Chris Makepeace, Mari Sato, Michael Sarrazin, Seth Sakai. After being shot down in Japan, American soldier Chris Makepeace is taken prisoner and later falls in love with a Japanese woman.
Mario (1984) as Electrician

Misc. Crew (feature film)

Return of Tommy Tricker, The (1994)
An outlandish children's adventure (with a philatelist theme) involving exploitation, deceit and mass consumption.
Return of Tommy Tricker, The (1994)
An outlandish children's adventure (with a philatelist theme) involving exploitation, deceit and mass consumption.

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