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Stephen Vaughan

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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Producer (feature film)

1.
Soul Man (1986)
When his father cuts him off financially, spoiled young Mark Watson manages to get himself a scholarship to Harvard by lying on his application about his race and pretending to be an African-American. Mark utilizes bronzing pills, changes his hairstyle, and manages to pass himself off as a person of

Sound (feature film)

2.
Thank God He Met Lizzie (1997) as Sound
On his wedding day, a man cannot shake the memories of his long-standing relationship with a former girlfriend.
3.
To Have and To Hold (1996) as Sound Recordist
Jack, an expatriate Australian living in New Guinea, is mourning the sudden death of his much-beloved wife, Rose, when he meets a similar-looking woman on a business trip to Melbourne. She returns with him to the tropics where their life together turns out to be far from the imagined romantic ideal.
4.
Dogs in Space (1987) as Sound Recording (Location)
Events evoking the sixties in communal house in Australia.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

5.
Beyond My Reach (1990) as Boom Operator
A film writer and director from Australia go to Hollywood to make a film and encounter the familiar problem of requests from those in power to restructure the film.
6.
Father (1990)
A family and community react to a television journalist's accusation that a pub owner's immigrant father is a war criminal.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

7.
Thank God He Met Lizzie (1997)
On his wedding day, a man cannot shake the memories of his long-standing relationship with a former girlfriend.
8.
Australian Daze (1988)
A documentary on Australia's 1988 bicentennial celebrations, taking place on Australia Day, January 26, 1988.
9.
Dogs in Space (1987)
Events evoking the sixties in communal house in Australia.

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