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Producer (feature film)

1.
Uncle Frank (2003) as Producer
The story of TV journalist Matthew Ginsberg as he accompanies his 85-year-old great uncle, musician Frank Pour, on a tour of old people's homes in Rome, New York.

Editing (feature film)

2.
Uncle Frank (2003) as Editor
The story of TV journalist Matthew Ginsberg as he accompanies his 85-year-old great uncle, musician Frank Pour, on a tour of old people's homes in Rome, New York.
3.
Interstate 84 (2000) as Editor
Joe Weldon is an emotionally screwed-up cop living in a small, grimy town in upstate New York. Recently separated from his wife and kids, he is intensely devoted to his work - especially when he stumbles on the case of an anonymous dead man just fished out of the Hudson River. Unable to positively i
4.
Dirty Laundry (1996) as Editor
Meet the Greens: Joey Green ia a dry cleaning magnate with a crumbling empire who's fretting impotence and hair loss rather than his impending financial ruin. His wife Beth, an advice columnist for a national woman's magazine, is ready to feature her own marital strife in her publication. She is int
5.
Blessing (1993) as Film Editor
A young Midwestern woman struggles to break away from her family's dairy farm. In her quest for independence and escape, she is confronted with the stark realities of her family's reliance on her. They struggle to hold together amidst an explosion of conflicting emotions and violence.
6.
Listen Up: The Lives of Quincy Jones (1990)
Biographical film on music producer, arranger and performer Quincy Jones.

Editing (special)

7.
Saving Pelican 895 (2011)
After the BP oil spill of 2010, the Fort Jackson Oiled Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Louisiana works to save pelicans that were drenched in the oil. This documentary tells the story of one rescued bird, the 895th pelican saved.
8.
Dare To Dream: The Story of the U.S. Women's Soccer Team (2005)
During the 1980s, a group of young women struggle to establish themselves as high school and then U.S. National Team soccer players. During its 18-year journey, the team won two Olympic gold medals, two World Cup titles and has since redefined access for young women in team sports in the U.S. Duri
9.
Rise and Fall of Impressionism, The (2000)
Documentary about the Impressionist period in art history. Through their works of art, the program discusses the interplay of Manet, Monet, Renoir, Degas, Morisot and Cassatt -- who knew each other socially, as well as professionally -- with technology, sexism, love and rivalry.
10.
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SWIMSUIT PROGRAM (1999) as Editor
Sports Illustrated swimsuit special that coincides with the release of the 1999 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue.
11.
Sugar Ray Robinson: The Bright Lights and Dark Shadows of a Champion (1998)
Documentary explores boxer Sugar Ray Robinson's ring career, the innovations he brought to the business side of the sport, and his lifestyle.
12.
Michelangelo, Restored (1998)
Documents the 13-year restoration of the Vatican's Sistine Chapel and the cleaning of Michelangelo's frescoes. Uses the Sistine Chapel as a starting point to examine Michelangelo, the man and the artist.
13.
Where Have You Gone, Joe DiMaggio? (1997)
Documentary on the life and career of baseball great Joe DiMaggio. Includes rare film footage, archival photos and interviews.
14.
Sonny Liston: The Mysterious Life and Death of a Champion (1995) as Editor
Documentary look at the life and career of Sonny Liston, the ex-con who became world heavyweight boxing champion in 1962 and later died under mysterious circumstances.
15.
40 For the Ages: Sports Illustrated's 40th Anniversary Special (1994)
A celebration of the 40 most influential sports figures since 1954, as chosen by the editors of "Sports Illustrated" magazine and printed in the September 19, 1994, issue.
16.
Ray Charles: The Genius of Soul (1992)
A documentary profiling the career of singer/composer/pianist Ray Charles.
17.
America's Political Parties: Power and Principle (1992) as Editor
An examination of the Democratic and Republican Parties, the forces leading to the 1992 presidential race, exploring the concepts of liberalism and conservatism. The two parts are entitled, "The Democrats, 1960-1992" and "The Republicans, 1960-1992."

Film Production - Main (special)

18.
Miles Ahead: The Music of Miles Davis (1986)
A portrait of legendary jazz trumpeter, bandleader and composer Miles Davis, who defined the sound of contemporary jazz. The program profiles his life and career, and features Davis in performance at the Saenger Theater in New Orleans as part of the 1986 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, and i

Editing (special)

19.
Happy to Be Nappy and Other Stories of Me (2004) as Editor
A selection of animated stories and poetry that celebrate diversity and self-esteem.

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