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Birth Place: Profession: Cinematography ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Dancing Across Borders (2010)
On a trip to Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia in January 2000, filmmaker Anne Bass came across a sixteen-year-old boy who moved her immensely with his amazing natural charm and grace as a dancer. A longtime devotee of the world of dance, Bass felt compelled to give this young boy the opportunity to
2.
City Farmers: Survival in the Urban Landscape (1996) as Cinematographer
Since 1978, with the support of Operation Green Thumb, 20,000 inner-city residents of diverse ethnic backgrounds have transformed over 1,000 crime and vermin infested abandoned lots into fertile oases of vegetable and flower gardens in New York City. Here the community gardeners narrate vivid storie
3.
Four From the New Yorker (1988) as Cinematographer
A portrait of The New Yorker magazine.
4.
Electric Valley, The (1984) as Director Of Photography
5.
In Our Hands (1983) as Camera Operator
A chronicle focusing in on the largest peace demonstration in the history of the world, which took place on June 12, 1982. One million people were in New York on what's been described as a magical day, speaking in one voice to "stop the nuclear arms race." There were forty-three volunteer camera te
6.
Agee (1980) as Director Of Photography
The life and career of author James Agee are chronicled. Excerpts from his books are accompanied by interviews with people who knew him, including his three former wives, his priest, historians, critics and writers, former president Jimmy Carter, and director John Huston with whom he worked on "The

Editing (feature film)

7.
In Our Hands (1983) as Editor
A chronicle focusing in on the largest peace demonstration in the history of the world, which took place on June 12, 1982. One million people were in New York on what's been described as a magical day, speaking in one voice to "stop the nuclear arms race." There were forty-three volunteer camera te

Film Production - Main (feature film)

8.
Azul (1988) as Additional Photography
Survey of poetry in war-torn Nicaragua.

Cinematography (special)

9.
Madame Tussaud and Her World of Wax (2001) as Camera
Profile of Marie Grosholtz Tussaud, founder of Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum.
10.
People Like Us: Social Class in America (2001) as Additional Camera
Documentary that looks at the ways Americans constantly evaluate and categorize others' social status. For four years, filmmakers Louis Alvarez and Andrew Kolker crisscrossed the country, shuttling between swanky hang-outs like the Hamptons, to down-home events like Georgia's Redneck Games, to meet
11.
Vanished: The Cold Case of Kathie Durst (2001) as Camera
A report on the disappearance of Kathie Durst, a medical student and wife of a New York City real-estate heir, who was last seen in January 1982.
12.
LJU: Law and Justice Unit -- Who Really Killed Laurie Show? (2001) as Camera
One of the most notorious murder cases is getting national attention again. The program examines the 1991 murder of the Lancaster County (Pennsylvania) teen Laurie Show and the prosecution of Lisa Michelle Lambert for the crime. Federal judge Stewart Dalzell is expected to rule on whether to free La
13.
Sesame Street (2001) as Director Of Photography
A behind-the-scenes look at how the "quintessential children's educational show" began, and how it continues to come to life on children's television screens everywhere. Never-before-seen footage of the pilot for "Sesame Street" is shown, along with commercials Jim Henson made before he joined the s
14.
So, You Want to Be President (2000) as Camera
The program asks the question: "Why would anyone want to be President of the United State?" Harry Smith interviews those who've run, those who've won and those who've lost, and those who decided that they didn't have the stamina, the stomach or the hunger to face the demands of the race.
15.
You Want to Bet? (2000) as Camera
Host Harry Smith profiles the proliferation and changing face of gambling in America. Among those profiled are: Larry Flynt, high-stakes blackjack player and pornography peddler; singer Gladys Knight, who fought to conquer a gambling addiction; Wendeen Eolis, a one-time adviser to New York City's ma
16.
Bunny Years, The (1999) as Additional Cinematography
Documentary examines the successful lives of former Playboy bunny club waitresses.
17.
Tribute to Harry Chapin, A (1991) as Camera (Concert)
A musical tribute to the life and works of singer and humanitarian Harry Chapin.
18.
SST: Screen, Stage, Television (1989) as Camera Operator
A special focusing on stories about the world of show business. Included are segments on Richard Brown's film class in New York City; Ben Burtt, who created the sound effects for "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones"; Todd Solondz, who was offered development deals by both 20th Century Fox and Columbia Pi

Film Production - Main (special)

19.
Planet Plastic: The Synthetic Century (2001) as Principal Photography
Documentary that tells the story of plastic, the substance whose global production surpassed that of steel in 1979. The Belgian inventor, industrialist and activist Leo "Doc" Baekelan was the creator of the first truly synthetic plastic -- Bakelite. Moving from the birth of plastic to the nylon-stoc
20.
Art Under the Radar -- A Think Tank Special With Ben Wattenberg (2001) as Principal Photographer
For more than a century, modern art has moved from one "ism" to another: impressionism, expressionism, post-impressionism, futurism, surrealism, cubism, abstract expressionism, and more. As a new century dawns, some artists and their patrons are working to revive, preserve and extend the standards o

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