Family & Companions
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First collaboration with Joe Berlinger, editing the short "Outrageous Taxi Stories"
Sinofsky left Maysles Films to buy 50 percent of Berlinger's production house Creative Thinking, Inc. (formed 1988)
First feature-length collaboration, "Brother's Keeper"
Edited first fictional film, "Terminal Bliss"
Berlinger and Sinofsky formed Gray Matter, a commercial production house
With Berlinger, filmed "The Begging Game", a segment of the PBS TV series "Frontline"
Co-produced and co-directed (with Berlinger) the acclaimed documentary "Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills"; also edited; film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival before airing on HBO
Produced and co-directed "Paradise Lost 2: Revelations" which revisited the case and focused on those who felt those originally convicted might be innocent
Directed the documentary "American Masters: Good Rockin' Tonight - The Legacy of Sun Records" (PBS)
Directed the documentary "Metallica: Some Kind of Monster" which followed the band for the better part of 2001-2003