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Editing (feature film)

1.
Catfish in Black Bean Sauce (1999) as Dialogue Editor
Dwayne and his sister Mai are Vietnamese siblings who were adopted by an African-American couple. Now in his mid-20s, Dwayne is very comfortable, enjoying a good relationship with his parents and his African-American girlfriend. Meanwhile Mai is less satisfied with her life, Because she was adopted
2.
Invader, The (1997)
An alien comes to Earth to inpregnate a female in order to prevent his own race from becoming extinct. A Washington school teacher finds herself carrying the alien's child.

Sound (feature film)

3.
Life is Hot in Cracktown (2009)
Life is hard where drug dealers, prostitutes and cockroaches rule the streets. This unique and gritty drama weaves several stories of crack and the lives it ruined together to create a portrait of a world gone bad.
4.
Paul Blart: Mall Cop (2009)
A single, suburban dad tries to make ends meet as a security officer at a New Jersey mall. It's a job he takes very seriously, though no one else does. When Santa's helpers at the mall stage a coup, shutting down the megaplex and taking hostages (Paul's daughter and sweetheart among them), Jersey's most formidable mall cop will have to become a real cop to save the day.
5.
Paper Heart (2009)
Charlyne Yi does not believe in love. Or so she says. Well, at the very least, she doesn't believe in fairy-tale love or the Hollywood mythology of love, and her own experiences have turned her into another modern-day skeptic. Charlyne embarks on a quest across America to make a documentary about th
6.
Tenth Circle, The (2008)
Laura Stone teaches at a local college and her husband Daniel, a comic book artist has been the stay-at-home dad. Their idyllic lives are turned upside down when their daughter accuses her ex-boyfriend, Jason, of raping her. When Jason later dies in an apparent suicide, the family finds itself in th
7.
Raisin in the Sun, A (2008)
During the 1950's in Chicago's South Side, the struggling Younger family anxiously await the arrival of a $10,000 life insurance check made out to Lena Younger, the family matriarch, from the estate of her late husband, Walter Lee. Lena would like to retire from her job as a domestic for a white fa
8.
Riding the Bus with My Sister (2005)
Following the sudden death of their father, the busy New York fashion photographer Rachel Simon must come to terms with her relationship with Beth, her developmentally disabled younger sister who fills her days by riding city buses.
9.
Encrypt (2003)
Set in the future where destructive storms destroy the Earth, former Marine Officer John Garth is given an offer by Anton Reich, a wealthy broker that he thinks will save his father and the decaying world they inhabit. Free the world's greatest art treasures, held safely in a giant estate, and food
10.
Kiss My Act (2001)
A contemporary adaptation of Edmond Rostand's play "Cyrano de Bergerac." Samantha "Sam" Berger, a bartender at a New York comedy club, cannot find the courage to perform her own material. Having spent her life as a "big" girl in a beauty-obsessed world, she is convinced that only petite, curvy girls
11.
Alien Fury (2000)
San Diego Police Department investigator Kevin Anjanette suspects that a Department of Defense agency is claiming to have detected an impending alien invasion to avoid budget cuts that will eliminate their unit. His suspicions lead him to a deadly confrontation with Ava Zurich, the head of security
12.
Cabin By the Lake (2000)
Stanley Caldwell, a successful writer of teenage horror movies, takes his research too far when he becomes a serial killer himself. His agent Regan is on Stanley's case to finish his current project about a serial killer who kidnaps and drowns beautiful young women, then tethers them in an underwate
13.
Alien Fury (2000)
San Diego Police Department investigator Kevin Anjanette suspects that a Department of Defense agency is claiming to have detected an impending alien invasion to avoid budget cuts that will eliminate their unit. His suspicions lead him to a deadly confrontation with Ava Zurich, the head of security
14.
Simple Life of Noah Dearborn, The (1999)
An aging carpenter fights developers who are trying to force him to sell his land.
15.
Kidnapped in Paradise (1999)
Beth, her sister Megan, and Megan's fiance Jack are enjoying a cruise on Jack's yacht when burglars storm the boat. They murder Jack in the ensuing struggle, plunder the boat, kidnap Megan, sink the yacht, and leave Beth for dead. But Beth manages to survive, and pursues the modern-day pirates to th
16.
Evolution's Child (1999)
A fertility expert is called upon to extract the semen and study the DNA of a frozen Bronze Age man discovered in the Alps. Because of a mix-up of samples in the fertility clinic, a woman who has had trouble conceiving is accidentally inseminated with the Bronze Age man's sperm. She gives birth to a
17.
UniverSoul Circus, The (1999) as Rerecording Mixer
Special featuring the UniverSoul Circus, the first touring African-American owned and operated circus in more than a century. Hosted by Ringmaster Casual Cal and his sidekick Zeke, and featuring Monique, a black female lion tamer; the King Charles Troupe, basketball-playing unicyclists from the Bron
18.
Catfish in Black Bean Sauce (1999) as Re-Recording Mixer
Dwayne and his sister Mai are Vietnamese siblings who were adopted by an African-American couple. Now in his mid-20s, Dwayne is very comfortable, enjoying a good relationship with his parents and his African-American girlfriend. Meanwhile Mai is less satisfied with her life, Because she was adopted
19.
Man of the Century (1999) as Re-Recording Mixer
Johnny Twennies, a young fast-talking reporter who writes a column for New York's lowly Sun-Telegram, has convinced himself that he's living in the 1920s. Unfortunately, his old-fashioned ethics prevent him from fulfilling the physical needs of his increasingly frustrated girlfriend Samantha, a SoHo
20.
UniverSoul Circus, The (1999) as Sound Designer
Special featuring the UniverSoul Circus, the first touring African-American owned and operated circus in more than a century. Hosted by Ringmaster Casual Cal and his sidekick Zeke, and featuring Monique, a black female lion tamer; the King Charles Troupe, basketball-playing unicyclists from the Bron
21.
Man of the Century (1999) as Sound Designer
Johnny Twennies, a young fast-talking reporter who writes a column for New York's lowly Sun-Telegram, has convinced himself that he's living in the 1920s. Unfortunately, his old-fashioned ethics prevent him from fulfilling the physical needs of his increasingly frustrated girlfriend Samantha, a SoHo
22.
Kidnapped in Paradise (1999)
Beth, her sister Megan, and Megan's fiance Jack are enjoying a cruise on Jack's yacht when burglars storm the boat. They murder Jack in the ensuing struggle, plunder the boat, kidnap Megan, sink the yacht, and leave Beth for dead. But Beth manages to survive, and pursues the modern-day pirates to th
23.
Killers in the House (1998)
A young family is taken hostage in their newly inherited mansion by armed and dangerous bank robbers who will stop at nothing to get away with their crime.
24.
Grief (1993) as Lead Mixer
A young gay man tries to cope with his lover's recent death from AIDS while producing a tacky tabloid-style syndicated series.
25.
Grief (1993) as Sound Effects Editor
A young gay man tries to cope with his lover's recent death from AIDS while producing a tacky tabloid-style syndicated series.

Sound (special)

26.
Disney Presents Alaska: Dances of the Caribou (2000) as Rerecording Mixer
Documentary highlights the caribou's annual trek to Alaska's North Slope of the Brooks Range.
27.
Kamchatka: Siberia's Forbidden Wilderness (2000) as Rerecording Mixer
Documentary about Kamchatka, a region of the former Soviet empire, just east of the Aleutian Islands and America. A top-secret submarine base gave the Soviets access to the Bering Sea and the Pacific, while two Soviet islands off Kamchatka -- Bering and Medhy -- provided convenient eavesdropping pos
28.
Anamalai: India's Elephant Mountain (2000) as Rerecording Mixer
Rising from the dusty plains of Southern India is a mountain range called Anamalai, which means "The Elephant Mountain." Through lush tropical forests and bamboo stands, elephant herds roam free. Considered to be the living incarnation of the Hindu god Ganesh, the Asian elephant is revered as the lo
29.
Shooting War (2000) as Rerecording Mixer
Documentary that celebrates the motion picture combat cameramen who served on the front lines of World War II. The program traces their story from Pearl Harbor to the war's aftermath in devastated Nagasaki. Most of the combat camera operators were enlisted men who were handed cameras instead of guns
30.
Thailand: Jewel of the Orient (2000) as Rerecording Mixer
Documentary about the flora and fauna of Thailand, the Southeast Asian nation near the equator, on the shores of the Andaman Sea. Thailand's jungles are the domain of the tiger. Elephants amble through the dense forest while white-handed gibbons swing from branch to branch. Beneath the warm surround
31.
Ngorongoro: Africa's Cradle of Life (2000) as Rerecording Mixer
Nearly three million years ago, a massive explosion tore apart an enormous statovolcano in Eastern Africa's Great Rift Valley to form the Ngorongoro Crater, a barren wasteland of rock, smoldering with poisonous gases. Today, the Ngorongoro Crater is a microcosm of life, vibrant with rolling grasslan
32.
Borneo: Island in the Clouds (1999) as Rerecording Mixer
Documentary about Borneo, the third largest island in the world. Dominated by Mount Kinabalu, the tallest peak in Southeast Asia at 13,000 feet, the island teems with plant and animal life.
33.
Kakadu: Australia's Ancient Wilderness (1999) as Rerecording Mixer
Documentary about Kakadu, a 8000-square mile national park located on Australia's northern coastline. This tropical antipodean wilderness is inhabited by fish that spit to disable their prey, birds that mate in threesomes, kangaroos that box, lizards with frills, green ants and flocks of flying fox.
34.
Canyonlands: America's Wild West (1999) as Rerecording Mixer
An exploration of the land of the Colorado Plateau. Located mainly in southeastern Utah, the plateau extends south into Arizona and east into Colorado, covering 40,000 miles. In the heart of the plateau is a geological spectacle where millions of years of exposure to weather and the chiseling force
35.
Madagascar: A World Apart (1998) as Rerecording Mixer
A look at the island of Madagascar, the fourth largest island in the world. Three hundred miles off the coast of Africa, Madagascar has followed its own evolutionary path. More than 80 percent of the plants and animals are unique to the island.
36.
Bhutan, the Last Shangri-La (1998) as Rerecording Mixer
Nature documentary on Bhutan, or the Land of the Thunder Dragon, the only remaining Buddhist Himalayan kingdom. Shrouded in mystery, Bhutan is one of the few surviving regions whose secrets have passed undisturbed through the millennia. Since 95 percent of the Bhutanese people remain subsistence far
37.
Etosha, Africa's Untamed Wilderness (1998) as Rerecording Mixer
Nature documentary on Africa's Etosha, a vast and ancient land of seasonal paradox. During the blooming of the wet season, animals thrive, but the inevitable heat, drought and thirst put all life at risk, except for that of the opportunistic vultures.
38.
Palau, Paradise of the Pacific (1998) as Rerecording Mixer
Nature documentary on Palau, an archipelago of more than 200 mostly uninhabited islands, surrounded by waters and lagoons filled with more than 300 species of coral. The coral produce skeletons forming vast rock-like structures that attract a variety of fish.
39.
Manu, Peru's Hidden Rain Forest (1997) as Rerecording Mixer
Documentary on the 7,000-square mile Manu Biosphere Reserve in Peru, home for some of the Amazon's most endangered species.
40.
Namib, Africa's Burning Shore (1997) as Rerecording Mixer
Documentary traveling to a 1200-mile strip of land off the southwestern coast of Africa where the searing Namibian desert and the frigid Atlantic Ocean meet. This coastal desert offers a unique habitat to a diverse group of desert fauna and forges bizarre connections between the ocean's inhabitants

Sound (TV Mini-Series)

41.
Ike: Countdown to D-Day (2004) as Rerecording Mixer

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