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Born: January 26, 1941 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: Director ...
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Director (feature film)

1.
M Word, The (2014)
When a struggling LA television station is in economic trouble, children's show actress Moxie leads a group of women in protecting their jobs from the cost-cutting bosses from New York.
2.
Just 45 Minutes From Broadway (2012)
The only place Pandora Isaacs has ever felt truly safe and entirely at home is on a stage. Stinging from a recent break-up, she retreats to the safety of her parents' ramshackle upstate country house - just 45 minutes from Broadway - where her non-theatrical sister and her sister's non-Jewish fiance
3.
Queen of the Lot (2010)
An electronic ankle bracelet and being under house arrest isn't about to stop up-and-coming actress Maggie Chase from the two things she craves the most: real fame and true love. With more "Google points" than her Iowa hometown, but far less than Angelina Jolie, Maggie is desperate to claw her way off the B-list of action/adventure pictures and into major movie stardom. With a team of handlers to spin her recent drunk driving arrests into tabloid gold and bad-boy movie star boyfriend Dov Lambert on her arm, Maggie's star is on the rise. Things get complicated when a trip home to meet Dov's legendary family introduces Maggie to the world of Hollywood Royalty and to her boyfriend's brother Aaron Lambert, the black sheep of the family, a failed writer who can actually see who Maggie really is behind her ingénue facade, but who has dark secrets of his own.
4.
Irene in Time (2009)
A look at the complex relationships between fathers and daughters and the consequences - years later - on the grown women's relationships to the men in their lives.
5.
Hollywood Dreams (2006)
A young woman from a small town in Iowa, Margie Chizek, arrives in Los Angeles deeply scarred by certain events in her childhood and profoundly obsessed with a life-long dream of achieving fame and stardom. After a series of difficult and sometimes comic struggles--including a failed audition for th
6.
Festival (2001)
7.
Festival in Cannes (1999) as Director
A behind-the-scenes-look at the flamboyant madness surrounding the Cannes Film Festival, the world's premiere film event. The luxurious gathering serves as a backdrop to the desperate, needy, funny, alternately glamorous and duplicitous world of the international movie business.
8.
Deja Vu (1998) as Director
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.
9.
Last Summer in the Hamptons (1995) as Director
Three generations of a large and brilliant theatrical clan spend each summer at their sprawling family home rehearsing and staging a new production that they then perform for an exclusive audience at season's end. This year the play is Chekhov's "The Seagull" and, oddly enough, the family finds itself in a Chekhovian drama of its own when, due to economic circumstances, they are forced to sell their decades-old family retreat. On the last weekend of their last summer together, the family, led by matriarch Helena, is visited by Oona, a rising Hollywood film star who is fleeing fame and fortune in pursuit of a higher artistic purpose. Undeterred by her own lack of theatrical credentials, Oona nonetheless proves that she has "a method" of her own--both onstage and off-and slowly wreaks havoc on the illustrious, insular, and sometimes insane assemblage of actors, directors, and playwrights who comprise this extraordinary gathering of family and friends.
10.
Babyfever (1994) as Director
A young woman is torn between her steady boyfriend and a dynamic old flame who suddenly reappears in her life. Thinking she must be pregnant and wrestling with security versus erotic appeal, she reluctantly arrives at a friend's baby shower where she encounters a diverse group of women in their thir
11.
Venice/Venice (1992) as Director
The story of an American director in Venice, and his love for a female journalist.
12.
Eating (1990) as Director
A group of women gather for the birthday party of a friend and discuss their lives and associations with food.
13.
New Year's Day (1989) as Director
A man in a mid-life crisis decides to depart Los Angeles and start life anew in New York City, but when he arrives at his apartment he discovers it's been sublet to two attractive young women.
14.
Someone to Love (1987) as Director
A Hollywood film director assembles a group of friends and strangers in a deserted movie theater in an examination of failed relationships and loneliness.
15.
Always (1985) as Director
When a woman goes to her ex-husband's house to finalize their divorce decree, he talks her into staying, with the hope of persuading her to give the marriage another chance.
16.
Can She Bake A Cherry Pie? (1983) as Director
17.
National Lampoon's Movie Madness (1981) as Director ("Municipalians" "The Bomb")
Three stories that make references to movies, directors, or movie characters. The first vignette is about a corporate lawyer who gets his wife to leave him, believing that raising their four children by himself will help him grow. The second tells the story of an erotic dancer who becomes the CEO of a company and exacts revenge on her male colleagues who once abused her. And in the last, an honest police officer begins to adopt the cynicism of his partner.
18.
Sitting Ducks (1980) as Director
Simon is a naive man who works as a bookkeeper for a crime syndicate. After stealing some of the mob's money, Simon and his friend Sidney gleefully escape to Costa Rica and along the way get involved with two women they meet at a Holiday Inn.
19.
Tracks (1977) as Director
A soldier (Dennis Hopper) returns from Vietnam on special assignment, accompanying the body of his friend by train to California for burial. During the trip, he falls in love with a gentle college student. But their relationship is shattered by his flashbacks to combat.

Cast (feature film)

20.
Just 45 Minutes From Broadway (2012)
The only place Pandora Isaacs has ever felt truly safe and entirely at home is on a stage. Stinging from a recent break-up, she retreats to the safety of her parents' ramshackle upstate country house - just 45 minutes from Broadway - where her non-theatrical sister and her sister's non-Jewish fiance
21.
Searching for Orson (2006)
An exploration of Orson Welles's career and public life. Blending lost footage from his incomplete films and interviews with those who knew him best, film serves as an oral and visual history of an artist who put forth an image of himself in everything he did.
22.
Last Summer in the Hamptons (1995) as Max Berger
Three generations of a large and brilliant theatrical clan spend each summer at their sprawling family home rehearsing and staging a new production that they then perform for an exclusive audience at season's end. This year the play is Chekhov's "The Seagull" and, oddly enough, the family finds itself in a Chekhovian drama of its own when, due to economic circumstances, they are forced to sell their decades-old family retreat. On the last weekend of their last summer together, the family, led by matriarch Helena, is visited by Oona, a rising Hollywood film star who is fleeing fame and fortune in pursuit of a higher artistic purpose. Undeterred by her own lack of theatrical credentials, Oona nonetheless proves that she has "a method" of her own--both onstage and off-and slowly wreaks havoc on the illustrious, insular, and sometimes insane assemblage of actors, directors, and playwrights who comprise this extraordinary gathering of family and friends.
23.
Venice/Venice (1992) as Dean (Italy)
The story of an American director in Venice, and his love for a female journalist.
24.
New Year's Day (1989) as Drew
A man in a mid-life crisis decides to depart Los Angeles and start life anew in New York City, but when he arrives at his apartment he discovers it's been sublet to two attractive young women.
25.
Someone to Love (1987) as Danny Sapir
A Hollywood film director assembles a group of friends and strangers in a deserted movie theater in an examination of failed relationships and loneliness.
26.
Always (1985) as David
When a woman goes to her ex-husband's house to finalize their divorce decree, he talks her into staying, with the hope of persuading her to give the marriage another chance.
27.
28.
Sitting Ducks (1980) as Jenny'S Friend
Simon is a naive man who works as a bookkeeper for a crime syndicate. After stealing some of the mob's money, Simon and his friend Sidney gleefully escape to Costa Rica and along the way get involved with two women they meet at a Holiday Inn.
29.
31.
Drive, He Said (1971) as Conrad
A basketball star has more on his mind than shooting hoops, shrugging off his severe coach's pep talks, fooling around with his professor's wife, and keeping his 1-A draft status roomie from freaking out.
32.
The Last Movie (1971) as Minister's son
A film shoot in Peru goes badly wrong when an actor is killed in a stunt, and the unit wrangler, Kansas, decides to give up film-making and stay on in the village, shacking up with local prostitute Maria. But his dreams of an unspoiled existence are interrupted when the local priest asks him to help stop the villagers killing each other by re-enacting scenes from the film for real because they don't understand movie fakery...
33.
The 1,000 Plane Raid (1969) as Worchek
34.
Psych-Out (1968) as Warren
A deaf girl gets mixed up in drugs and free love while searching for her missing brother.

Writer (feature film)

35.
M Word, The (2014)
When a struggling LA television station is in economic trouble, children's show actress Moxie leads a group of women in protecting their jobs from the cost-cutting bosses from New York.
36.
Just 45 Minutes From Broadway (2012)
The only place Pandora Isaacs has ever felt truly safe and entirely at home is on a stage. Stinging from a recent break-up, she retreats to the safety of her parents' ramshackle upstate country house - just 45 minutes from Broadway - where her non-theatrical sister and her sister's non-Jewish fiance
37.
Queen of the Lot (2010)
An electronic ankle bracelet and being under house arrest isn't about to stop up-and-coming actress Maggie Chase from the two things she craves the most: real fame and true love. With more "Google points" than her Iowa hometown, but far less than Angelina Jolie, Maggie is desperate to claw her way off the B-list of action/adventure pictures and into major movie stardom. With a team of handlers to spin her recent drunk driving arrests into tabloid gold and bad-boy movie star boyfriend Dov Lambert on her arm, Maggie's star is on the rise. Things get complicated when a trip home to meet Dov's legendary family introduces Maggie to the world of Hollywood Royalty and to her boyfriend's brother Aaron Lambert, the black sheep of the family, a failed writer who can actually see who Maggie really is behind her ingénue facade, but who has dark secrets of his own.
38.
Irene in Time (2009)
A look at the complex relationships between fathers and daughters and the consequences - years later - on the grown women's relationships to the men in their lives.
39.
Hollywood Dreams (2006)
A young woman from a small town in Iowa, Margie Chizek, arrives in Los Angeles deeply scarred by certain events in her childhood and profoundly obsessed with a life-long dream of achieving fame and stardom. After a series of difficult and sometimes comic struggles--including a failed audition for th
40.
Festival (2001)
41.
Festival in Cannes (1999) as Screenwriter
A behind-the-scenes-look at the flamboyant madness surrounding the Cannes Film Festival, the world's premiere film event. The luxurious gathering serves as a backdrop to the desperate, needy, funny, alternately glamorous and duplicitous world of the international movie business.
42.
Deja Vu (1998) as Screenwriter
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.
43.
Last Summer in the Hamptons (1995) as Screenwriter
Three generations of a large and brilliant theatrical clan spend each summer at their sprawling family home rehearsing and staging a new production that they then perform for an exclusive audience at season's end. This year the play is Chekhov's "The Seagull" and, oddly enough, the family finds itself in a Chekhovian drama of its own when, due to economic circumstances, they are forced to sell their decades-old family retreat. On the last weekend of their last summer together, the family, led by matriarch Helena, is visited by Oona, a rising Hollywood film star who is fleeing fame and fortune in pursuit of a higher artistic purpose. Undeterred by her own lack of theatrical credentials, Oona nonetheless proves that she has "a method" of her own--both onstage and off-and slowly wreaks havoc on the illustrious, insular, and sometimes insane assemblage of actors, directors, and playwrights who comprise this extraordinary gathering of family and friends.
44.
Babyfever (1994) as Screenwriter
A young woman is torn between her steady boyfriend and a dynamic old flame who suddenly reappears in her life. Thinking she must be pregnant and wrestling with security versus erotic appeal, she reluctantly arrives at a friend's baby shower where she encounters a diverse group of women in their thir
45.
Venice/Venice (1992) as Screenwriter
The story of an American director in Venice, and his love for a female journalist.
46.
Eating (1990) as Screenwriter
A group of women gather for the birthday party of a friend and discuss their lives and associations with food.
47.
New Year's Day (1989) as Screenwriter
A man in a mid-life crisis decides to depart Los Angeles and start life anew in New York City, but when he arrives at his apartment he discovers it's been sublet to two attractive young women.
48.
Someone to Love (1987) as Screenwriter
A Hollywood film director assembles a group of friends and strangers in a deserted movie theater in an examination of failed relationships and loneliness.
49.
Always (1985) as Screenwriter
When a woman goes to her ex-husband's house to finalize their divorce decree, he talks her into staying, with the hope of persuading her to give the marriage another chance.
50.
Can She Bake A Cherry Pie? (1983) as Screenwriter
51.
Sitting Ducks (1980) as Screenwriter
Simon is a naive man who works as a bookkeeper for a crime syndicate. After stealing some of the mob's money, Simon and his friend Sidney gleefully escape to Costa Rica and along the way get involved with two women they meet at a Holiday Inn.
52.
Tracks (1977) as Screenwriter
A soldier (Dennis Hopper) returns from Vietnam on special assignment, accompanying the body of his friend by train to California for burial. During the trip, he falls in love with a gentle college student. But their relationship is shattered by his flashbacks to combat.

Producer (feature film)

53.
Last Summer in the Hamptons (1995) as Executive Producer
Three generations of a large and brilliant theatrical clan spend each summer at their sprawling family home rehearsing and staging a new production that they then perform for an exclusive audience at season's end. This year the play is Chekhov's "The Seagull" and, oddly enough, the family finds itself in a Chekhovian drama of its own when, due to economic circumstances, they are forced to sell their decades-old family retreat. On the last weekend of their last summer together, the family, led by matriarch Helena, is visited by Oona, a rising Hollywood film star who is fleeing fame and fortune in pursuit of a higher artistic purpose. Undeterred by her own lack of theatrical credentials, Oona nonetheless proves that she has "a method" of her own--both onstage and off-and slowly wreaks havoc on the illustrious, insular, and sometimes insane assemblage of actors, directors, and playwrights who comprise this extraordinary gathering of family and friends.
54.
Little Noises (1991) as Executive Producer
An aspiring poet decides to publish someone else's work un- der his name in order to boost his career.
55.
New Year's Day (1989) as Producer
A man in a mid-life crisis decides to depart Los Angeles and start life anew in New York City, but when he arrives at his apartment he discovers it's been sublet to two attractive young women.
56.
Someone to Love (1987) as Producer
A Hollywood film director assembles a group of friends and strangers in a deserted movie theater in an examination of failed relationships and loneliness.
57.
Always (1985) as Producer
When a woman goes to her ex-husband's house to finalize their divorce decree, he talks her into staying, with the hope of persuading her to give the marriage another chance.
58.
Hearts and Minds (1975) as Producer ("Presents")
Filmmakers capture conflicting attitudes toward the Vietnam War.

Editing (feature film)

59.
M Word, The (2014)
When a struggling LA television station is in economic trouble, children's show actress Moxie leads a group of women in protecting their jobs from the cost-cutting bosses from New York.
60.
Irene in Time (2009)
A look at the complex relationships between fathers and daughters and the consequences - years later - on the grown women's relationships to the men in their lives.
61.
Hollywood Dreams (2006)
A young woman from a small town in Iowa, Margie Chizek, arrives in Los Angeles deeply scarred by certain events in her childhood and profoundly obsessed with a life-long dream of achieving fame and stardom. After a series of difficult and sometimes comic struggles--including a failed audition for th
62.
Festival in Cannes (1999) as Editor
A behind-the-scenes-look at the flamboyant madness surrounding the Cannes Film Festival, the world's premiere film event. The luxurious gathering serves as a backdrop to the desperate, needy, funny, alternately glamorous and duplicitous world of the international movie business.
63.
Deja Vu (1998) as Editor
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.
64.
Last Summer in the Hamptons (1995) as Editor
Three generations of a large and brilliant theatrical clan spend each summer at their sprawling family home rehearsing and staging a new production that they then perform for an exclusive audience at season's end. This year the play is Chekhov's "The Seagull" and, oddly enough, the family finds itself in a Chekhovian drama of its own when, due to economic circumstances, they are forced to sell their decades-old family retreat. On the last weekend of their last summer together, the family, led by matriarch Helena, is visited by Oona, a rising Hollywood film star who is fleeing fame and fortune in pursuit of a higher artistic purpose. Undeterred by her own lack of theatrical credentials, Oona nonetheless proves that she has "a method" of her own--both onstage and off-and slowly wreaks havoc on the illustrious, insular, and sometimes insane assemblage of actors, directors, and playwrights who comprise this extraordinary gathering of family and friends.
65.
Babyfever (1994) as Editor
A young woman is torn between her steady boyfriend and a dynamic old flame who suddenly reappears in her life. Thinking she must be pregnant and wrestling with security versus erotic appeal, she reluctantly arrives at a friend's baby shower where she encounters a diverse group of women in their thir
66.
Eating (1990) as Editor
A group of women gather for the birthday party of a friend and discuss their lives and associations with food.
67.
New Year's Day (1989) as Editor
A man in a mid-life crisis decides to depart Los Angeles and start life anew in New York City, but when he arrives at his apartment he discovers it's been sublet to two attractive young women.
68.
Someone to Love (1987) as Editor
A Hollywood film director assembles a group of friends and strangers in a deserted movie theater in an examination of failed relationships and loneliness.
69.
Can She Bake A Cherry Pie? (1983) as Editor

Film Production - Main (feature film)

70.
Easy Rider (1969) as Consultant
A cross-country trip to sell drugs puts two hippie bikers on a collision course with small-town prejudices.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

71.
Deja Vu (1998)
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.
72.
Deja Vu (1998)
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.

Special Thanks (feature film)

75.
Edie & Pen (1996)
Two women, both in Reno to divorce their husbands, meet each other and a few cowboys at a local bar.

Cast (special)

76.
Martian Mania: The True Story of "War of the Worlds" (1998) as Interviewee
Documentary on the epic Halloween Eve, 1938 broadcast of Orson Welles' radio adaptation of H.G. Wells' "War of the Worlds." Heard by an estimated 6 million listeners nationwide, many mistook the radio drama for an actual Martian invasion. Host James Cameron takes a look at Welles' masterful use of s
77.
Natalie Wood: The E! True Hollywood Story (1997) as Interviewee
Chronicles the life of actress Natalie Wood.

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