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Director (feature film)

1.
Carmen & Geoffrey (2009)
American artists, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder stepped forward in the 1950's to play a vital part in the newly energized world of modern dance. It is also about a forty-seven year long marriage and creative partnership that has sustained their accomplishments.
2.
Al Franken: God Spoke (2006)
A look behind the front lines of the media wars during the most contentious election in recent history. Al Franken is shown to fearlessly confront pundits and politicians, blurring the boundaries between political satire and impassioned citizenry. Featuring a host of beltway big mouths including Ann

Cinematography (feature film)

3.
Kings of Pastry (2010)
Imagine a scene never before witnessed: Sixteen French pastry chefs gathered in Lyon for three intense days of mixing, piping and sculpting everything from delicate chocolates to six-foot sugar sculptures in hopes of being declared by President Nicolas Sarkozy one of the best. This is the prestigiou
4.
September Issue, The (2009)
Anna Wintour, the legendary editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine for twenty years, is the most powerful and polarizing figure in fashion. Hidden behind her trademark bob and sunglasses, she has never allowed anyone to scrutinize the inner workings of her magazine. Until now. Every August a record-brea
5.
Carmen & Geoffrey (2009)
American artists, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder stepped forward in the 1950's to play a vital part in the newly energized world of modern dance. It is also about a forty-seven year long marriage and creative partnership that has sustained their accomplishments.
6.
Youssou N'Dour: I Bring What I Love (2008)
Senegalese pop sensation Youssou Ndour. Youssou has spent the last 20 years in the spotlight as a world-renowned musician and the musical voice of Africa. Frustrated by the negative perception of his Muslim faith, he composed "Egypt," an album dedicated to a more tolerant view of Islam. It went on t
7.
Al Franken: God Spoke (2006)
A look behind the front lines of the media wars during the most contentious election in recent history. Al Franken is shown to fearlessly confront pundits and politicians, blurring the boundaries between political satire and impassioned citizenry. Featuring a host of beltway big mouths including Ann
8.
Only the Strong Survive (2002)
Documentary filmmakers D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus and journalist Roger Friedman had a mission: to catch up with the great soul singers of the 1960s and early 1970s. Many of the legends of soul died at a early age: Marvin Gaye, Otis Redding, and practically all of the Temptations. But those wh
9.
STARTUP.COM (2001)
Traces the paths of two freewheeling entrepreneurs and their quest for the new American dream: developing a successful Internet start-up company. GovWorks.com is a new-media solution for connecting citizens with government via the Internet. By focusing on the trials and tribulations of Tom Herman an
10.
Brownsville Black and White (2001) as Cinematographer
An examination of group cooperation, social conflict, urban change and more than 60 years of Black/Jewish relations in the working-class Brooklyn community of Brownsville. The film begins by describing how a group of poor Jewish and African-American teenagers banded together to form the Brownsville
11.
American Hollow (1999)
An Appalachian family caught between century-old tradition and the modern world. There are, at present, over 40 Bowlings living in the hollow which is a mile-wide valley located in one of the poorest and most isolated parts of eastern Kentucky. For seven generations, the Bowling family has lived in
12.
It's All Good (1998) as Director Of Photography
Follows the Los Angeles and New York teams of teenage Aggressive In-Line skaters as they head to the national skating competition.
13.
Moon Over Broadway (1997)
Chronicling the guts, grind, and glory of the process of putting on an expensive Broadway show: from a Manhattan rehearsal hall to Boston and back to Broadway with intermediate stops for previews and rewrites before the official curtain rises, a behind-the-scenes look at the mounting of an ambitious
14.
Perfect Candidate, A (1996)
Mudslinging highlights Oliver North's campaign for the Senate.
15.
Perfect Candidate, A (1996)
Mudslinging highlights Oliver North's campaign for the Senate.
16.
War Room, The (1993)
Documentary following President Clinton's campaign trail and focusing on his aides, James Carville and George Stephanopoulos.
17.
In Search of Our Fathers (1992) as Cinematographer
The film documents the filmmaker's seven-year journey to find and meet his father.
18.
Branford Marsalis: The Music Tells You (1992)
Portrait of jazz saxophonist, Branford Marsalis.
19.
Who Killed Vincent Chin? (1988)
Vincent Chin, a Chinese-American auto engineer saw his American dream end in Detroit, at the hands of Ron Ebens, an alcoholic xenophobe who later pled guilty to manslaughter, but never served time in prison. The film explores the events and aftermath of the murder, including the frustrations of Chi
20.
From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China (1980) as Camera Operator
When China re-opened travel to the United States in 1979, virtuoso violinist Isaac Stern was invited to tour the country. Stern originally accepted an invitation to go to a rehearsal, and perform one recital, but wound up touring two cities, giving a formal concert, and teaching many master classes.
21.
Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars (1973)
A documentary which chronicles David Bowie's final live performance as gender-bending icon Ziggy Stardust at the Hammersmith Odeon in London in 1973. The chronicle captures, on film, Bowie performing on stage, and preparing and hanging out backstage.

Producer (feature film)

22.
Carmen & Geoffrey (2009)
American artists, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder stepped forward in the 1950's to play a vital part in the newly energized world of modern dance. It is also about a forty-seven year long marriage and creative partnership that has sustained their accomplishments.

Editing (feature film)

23.
Carmen & Geoffrey (2009)
American artists, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder stepped forward in the 1950's to play a vital part in the newly energized world of modern dance. It is also about a forty-seven year long marriage and creative partnership that has sustained their accomplishments.
24.
Al Franken: God Spoke (2006)
A look behind the front lines of the media wars during the most contentious election in recent history. Al Franken is shown to fearlessly confront pundits and politicians, blurring the boundaries between political satire and impassioned citizenry. Featuring a host of beltway big mouths including Ann

Film Production - Main (feature film)

25.
Moon Shot (1994)
A chronicle of the space race, as seen from the perspective of astronauts Alan Shepard and Deke Slayton, through archival film footage and photos and interviews with the people involved with the lunar landing.
26.
Driving Me Crazy (1988)
A close-up look at the making of the black musical "Body and Soul".

Director (special)

27.
Elaine Stritch at Liberty (2004)
A documentary about Elaine Stritch and her one-woman show, "Elaine Stritch at Liberty." The Broadway stage production traces Stritch's life from her youth in Michigan through the loss of her husband and break-up with alcohol. The film combines footage from Stritch's show with a behind-the-scenes loo
28.
Sanford Meisner: The Theater's Best Kept Secret (1990)
A documentary about one of the founding members of the Group Theater and one of the American theater's best-known teachers of actors, Sanford Meisner.

Cinematography (special)

29.
By the People: The Election of Barack Obama (2009)
Chronicles the historic presidential campaign mounted by Senator Barack Obama.
30.
Elaine Stritch at Liberty (2004)
A documentary about Elaine Stritch and her one-woman show, "Elaine Stritch at Liberty." The Broadway stage production traces Stritch's life from her youth in Michigan through the loss of her husband and break-up with alcohol. The film combines footage from Stritch's show with a behind-the-scenes loo
31.
Local News (2001)
Documentary special that depicts one local television station's efforts to lift its newscasts' ratings out of third place while simultaneously improving its journalistic standards. The behind-the-scenes look at WCNC-TV, the NBC affiliate in Charlotte, North Carolina, follows the daily drama of the r
32.
Hitler's Lost Sub (2000)
In 1991, professional diver John Chatterton discovered a sunken German U-boat from World War II, lying undetected only 60 miles off the New Jersey shore, its unexploded torpedoes and the bodies of its crew still aboard. The program follows Chatterton and his dive partners in their quest to identify
33.
Searching For Jimi Hendrix (1999)
Documentary that examines the influence of musician Jimi Hendrix.
34.
Battle Alert in the Gulf (1999)
An examination of U.S. war capability and the technology of a changing battlefield in a post-Cold War scenario.
35.
Different Moms (1999)
Documentary follows three families headed by mentally challenged parents. A married couple and two single mothers discuss the struggles and challenges they face.
36.
She's Having a Baby... Brother (1998)
Eight-year-old Angela Reece prepares herself for the arrival of a baby brother. Angela learns important lessons about her parents Nona and Michael, her own role in the family and the process of childbirth.
37.
Tales of the Kentucky Derby: You Ain't Seen Nothin' (1998)
Documentary look at the Kentucky Derby. Juxtaposes tales of three Kentucky Derbies with segments on society parties, street vendors, breeding and auctions.
38.
She's Having a Baby... Brother (1998)
Eight-year-old Angela Reece prepares herself for the arrival of a baby brother. Angela learns important lessons about her parents Nona and Michael, her own role in the family and the process of childbirth.
39.
Haiti: Killing the Dream (1992)
A documentary focusing on the the events in Haiti following the coup of September 30, 1991. The program includes interviews with exiled President Jean Bertrand Aristide, his cabinet, dissident clergy, underground resistance leaders, U.S. State Department officials, and a cross-section of Haitian peo

Producer (special)

40.
Local News (2001)
Documentary special that depicts one local television station's efforts to lift its newscasts' ratings out of third place while simultaneously improving its journalistic standards. The behind-the-scenes look at WCNC-TV, the NBC affiliate in Charlotte, North Carolina, follows the daily drama of the r

Editing (special)

41.
Elaine Stritch at Liberty (2004)
A documentary about Elaine Stritch and her one-woman show, "Elaine Stritch at Liberty." The Broadway stage production traces Stritch's life from her youth in Michigan through the loss of her husband and break-up with alcohol. The film combines footage from Stritch's show with a behind-the-scenes loo
42.
Sanford Meisner: The Theater's Best Kept Secret (1990)
A documentary about one of the founding members of the Group Theater and one of the American theater's best-known teachers of actors, Sanford Meisner.

Film Production - Main (special)

43.
Hymn For Alvin Ailey, A (1999)
A tribute to the late Alvin Ailey by choreographer-dancer Judith Jamison, performance artist-actress Anna Deveare Smith and filmmaker Orlando Bagwell. Features the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre performing Jamison's choreography to Smith's synthesis of the dancer's memories of working with Ailey
44.
Search For the Submarine I-52 (1999)
Documentary explores the Japanese submarine I-52, sunk by Allied planes on June 23, 1944 during WWII. Lost in the depths of the mid-Atlantic for half a century, this Japanese submarine carrying cargo and gold was on its way to German-occupied France. The progam includes two dives to the bottom of th
45.
Sanford Meisner: The Theater's Best Kept Secret (1990)
A documentary about one of the founding members of the Group Theater and one of the American theater's best-known teachers of actors, Sanford Meisner.

Director (TV Mini-Series)

46.
Boy's Life, A (2004)
Documentary detailing the lives of a poor, fragmented family in Eupora, Mississippi, including emotionally troubled seven-year old son Robert and his struggles in school and at home, and his repeated interactions with Social Services.

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

47.
Boy's Life, A (2004)
Documentary detailing the lives of a poor, fragmented family in Eupora, Mississippi, including emotionally troubled seven-year old son Robert and his struggles in school and at home, and his repeated interactions with Social Services.

Editing (TV Mini-Series)

48.
Boy's Life, A (2004)
Documentary detailing the lives of a poor, fragmented family in Eupora, Mississippi, including emotionally troubled seven-year old son Robert and his struggles in school and at home, and his repeated interactions with Social Services.

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