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Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Roller Boogie (1979) as 3rd Assistant Camera
When her favorite roller disco is threatened with closing, a girl organizes the skaters to save it.

Make-Up (feature film)

2.
Drop Dead Fred (1991)
Comedy about a young woman who loses her husband, job, car and purse, all during her lunch hour and is forced to return home to her domineering mother, where a childhood imaginary friend returns to comfort her.
3.
Last Best Year, The (1990)
A television movie in which two women -- a psychologist who is careful not to get too involved, and her patient, an isolated woman dying from cancer -- develop a relationship that grows from doctor and patient to best of friends.
4.
Thanksgiving Day (1990)
During a family gathering at Thanksgiving, the head of the family dies during the meal, leaving the family to cope with his funeral, their neighbors, their bills and -- worst of all -- each other.
5.
Stella (1990)
Drama of a mother''s love and self-sacrifice for her daughter.
6.
New Life, A (1988)
After 26 years of marriage, Steve and his wife Jackie decide to call it quits. The newly divorced workaholic finds himself thrust back into the dating scene but the bars and the singles scene is not what either of them expected.
7.
When the Time Comes (1987)
A terminally ill young wife turns to those she loves to help her end her suffering. First her husband, and then her best male friend are forced to consider her unusual request for aid in committing suicide.
8.
Bates Motel (1987)
A young man inherits the Bates Motel from Norman Bates and who, after his release from a mental institution, is unprepared for the eerie happenings at the Motel. Based on the classic movie "Psycho," directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
9.
Deadly Care (1987)
A television movie about a dedicated critical-care nurse and her descent into drug and alcohol abuse which she hides from her colleagues.
10.
Just Between Friends (1986)
Two women are good friends despite their different lifestyles: one is single while the other is married. However, they discover that they have more in common than they realised, as both are in love with the same man.
11.
Bunny's Tale, A (1985)
In 1963, celebrated feminist/author/editor Gloria Steinem -- then a struggling journalist -- decided to do a piece on the newly opened Playboy Club in the Big Apple for Show Magazine and gamely joined other new recruits for training as a Playboy Bunny. The fluff piece later turned up in her best-sel
12.
Early Frost, An (1985)
A successful young lawyer, Michael Pierson, is tired and reticent when he returns home to celebrate his parents' thirtieth wedding anniversary. He is later diagnosed as having AIDS, and afterwards breaks the shocking news to his family that he has the disease -- and that he is homosexual. The televi
13.
Summer Fantasy (1984)
A summer of sun and fun awaits the first female lifeguard on a Southern California beach, a seventeen-year-old who becomes infatuated with the rugged head guard and is encouraged to "go for it" by her boy-crazy best friend.
14.
Obsessive Love (1984)
A shy, introverted woman imagines herself in a seamy love affair with a television soap star, turns herself into a chic, attractive blonde and insinuates her way into his life, causing him to panic ultimately and try frantically to free himself from her machinations. Star Yvette Mimieux, the co-prod
15.
Heartsounds (1984)
A happily married couple -- he's a successful physician, she's a respected writer -- refuse to be crushed when a series of heart attacks repeatedly threaten the doctor's life. Both stars (Garner in particular shedding his genial rugged man image with extra poundage and thinning hair) demonstrated tr
16.
Mass Appeal (1984) as Makeup
A young seminarian rattles the established order at a Catholic parish run by an older pastor.
17.
A Streetcar Named Desire (1984)
Ann-Margret and Treat Williams, in the second TV-movie for each, have the roles made famous in the 1951 film of Tennessee Williams' play by Vivien Leigh and Marlon Brando as the sexually repressed Southern belle and her animalistic brother-in-law. While Kazan's film left out some of the more unabash
19.
Eleanor, First Lady of the World (1982)
A dramatization of the life of Eleanor Roosevelt following FDR's death through the time of her new career at the fledgling United Nations. Jean Stapleton was Emmy Award-nominated as Outstanding Actress, and other nominations went for costume design and hairstyles.
20.
Jinxed! (1982) as Makeup
After Don Siegel suffered a heart attack during production, Sam Peckinpah directed some of the film without credit. Screenwriter Frank D Gilroy removed his name from the finished film.
21.
Mae West (1982)
Ann Jillian's portrait of legendary actress Mae West in this customarily white-washed TV biography, covering her flamboyant career through her triumphant Broadway return in "Diamond Lil" in 1948, won her an Emmy Award nomination. James Brolin plays Mae West's long-time lover and manager, Jim Timony,
22.
Madame X (1981)
In this latest filming of the famed weeper (the seventh version), Tuesday Weld -- who replaced Susan Blakely -- is the woman who had married into a prominent family and subsequently is forced by her mother-in-law (Eleanor Parker) to abandon her beloved husband and daughter to protect them from shame
23.
Moviola: This Year's Blonde (1980)
The first of two 1980 television movies about Marilyn Monroe, this version of her story, for which writer James Lee won an Emmy Award nomination, came from a chapter of Garson Kanin's popular behind-the-scenes-of-Hollywood book and covered the Monroe story from her days as an aspiring actress throug
24.
Scarlett O'Hara War, The (1980)
The second of the "Moviola" segments, a light-hearted look at David O. Selznick's search for his "Gone With the Wind" leading lady, was acclaimed as the best of the three and brought Emmy Award nominations to Tony Curtis as Outstanding Actor for his Selznick, in supporting acting categories to Harol
25.
Love For Rent (1979)
Two small-town sisters go to Hollywood and find themselves seduced by the glamour of the big time and big money as high-priced professional escorts.

Art Department (feature film)

26.
Animalympics (1980) as Background Artist
27.
Mouse and His Child, The (1977) as Background Artist
A wind-up mouse and his son are trying to find a way to become self-winding when they accidentally fall off a shelf and are thrown out in the garbage. After this, they are imprisoned by an evil rat and have to find a way to escape.

Make-Up (special)

28.
Reno Finds Her Mom (1998)
Comedian/performance artist Reno searches for her birth mother who abandoned her as an infant. Combines hidden-camera and cinema verite footage with animation, scenes of Reno performing onstage and fantasy sequences.

Make-Up (TV Mini-Series)

29.
Scarlett (1994)
An eight-hour miniseries based on Alexandra Ripley's novel, "Scarlett," the sequel to "Gone With the Wind." Scarlett O'Hara travels to Ireland to be with family and escape the confusion of her rocky marriage to Rhett Butler.Separated from Scarlett and seeking a divorce, Rhett is now pursued passiona
30.
Two Mrs. Grenvilles, The (1987)
A miniseries based on Dominick Dunne's novel about the sensational Woodward murder case of 1955. Showgirl Ann Arden marries wealthy Billy Grenville and must contend with the disapproval of her patrician mother-in-law, Alice. Ann's rag-to-riches ascent into New York society comes to a halt when she s

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