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

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Believer, The (2001) as Camera Operator (Additional Photography)
Inspired by real events, a tale about evolution and contradiction which tells the story of Danny Balint, who transformed himself from a Jewish religious student to a venerated principal in the Neo-Fascist political movement. Danny is an intense young man whose fierce intelligence and inexhaustible c
2.
Story of Lassie, The (1994) as Camera
Documentary about canine superstar Lassie, combining film clips, still photographs, home movies, archival footage and on-camera interviews with many figures involved with the Lassie films or television series.
3.
Audrey Hepburn: Remembered (1993) as Camera
The life and career of actress Audrey Hepburn.
4.
Metamorphosis: The Alien Factor (1990) as Additional Cinematography
A genetic research lab is assigned by the government to experiment with extra-terrestrial matter.
5.
Family and Honor (1986) as Director Of Photography
Steven is a soft-spoken man who is training to be an accountant. He lives with his wife Clara and works for her brothers, doing the books for their business. Steven is content with his life until he becomes infatuated with Anke, the belly dancer hired to perform at his birthday party. Anke is likewi

Film Production - Main (feature film)

6.
Bogart: The Untold Story (1996) as Photography
Stephen Bogart hosts this one-hour special on the life and career of his legendary father, Humphrey Bogart.

Cinematography (special)

7.
Jim McKay: My World in My Words (2003) as Camera
Sports announcer Jim McKay takes a look back at his life and the major sporting events he's covered over the past four decades.
8.
Vermeer: Master of Light (2002) as Director Of Photography
Documentary about seventeenth century Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer. Focuses on Vermeer's painting techniques, such as his manipulation of reality, use of perspective and handling of light.
9.
Parole Officers (2000) as Camera
Documentary about the New York State parole system, one of the oldest and largest systems handling thousands of parolees. The program explores the role of parole officers from the perspective of those whose lives are now under their care and scrutiny.
10.
Ginevra's Story (2000) as Camera
Art historians examine da Vinci's first known portrait, on display at the National Gallery in Washington, D.C.
11.
TV's Most Romantic Couples (1999) as Field Camera
Interviews and clips of television's most romantic couples as selected by "TV Guide."

Sound (special)

12.
Parole Officers (2000) as Audio
Documentary about the New York State parole system, one of the oldest and largest systems handling thousands of parolees. The program explores the role of parole officers from the perspective of those whose lives are now under their care and scrutiny.

Film Production - Main (special)

13.
Greta Garbo: A Lone Star (2001) as Photography
Profile of actress Greta Garbo, who rose to stardom from poverty in Sweden only to abandon her successful acting career at its peak.
14.
Philip Roth: My True Story (1994) as Photography
Interview with author Philip Roth on his 60th birthday.

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