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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Sound (feature film)

1.
Stranger in the Kingdom, A (1998) as Sound
In the early Fifties, a black minister arrives in Vermont to become pastor in a small town. When a lone drifter is found murdered in the town's environs, the minister is charged with the crime. A young white lawyer, the town's local hero, steps in to defend him and thereby risks his reputation.
2.
The Good, The Bad And The Beautiful (1995) as Sound Recordist
Film clips and interviews show how female stars have helped shape the dreams Hollywood sells to movie fans.
3.
Paul Bowles: The Complete Outsider (1994) as Sound Recordist
Profile of the reclusive expatriate artist who speaks about his writing and music, his marriage to Jane Bowles, his use of drugs, Bertolucci's 1990 film version of "The Sheltering Sky" and his intriguing array of friends.
4.
Superstar: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol (1990) as Production Sound
A feature-length "cinema-collage" about the life and times of pop artist, entrepreneur and media celebrity Andy Warhol, who died in 1987.
5.
Matter of Struggle, A (1985) as Sound
7.
King Blank (1982) as Sound Recording
8.
Conversations With Willard Van Dyke (1981) as Sound Recording Mixer
The career of Willard Van Dyke as chief curator of the New York Museum of Modern Art's film department is documented. Originally a photographer, Van Dyke discusses his move from still photography to documentary filmmaking. A committed social activist, Van Dyke expounds on the decline of the policita
9.
Day After Trinity, The (1980) as Sound
A profile of physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer and his role in producing the first atomic bomb. The film includes rare interviews with Manhattan Project scientists, and formerly classified footage of the first atomic detonation in the desert and of the atomic research facilities at Los Alamos, New Mex
10.
With Babies and Banners: Story of the Women's Emergency Brigade (1979) as Sound
The role of women in the 1937, 44-day sit-in at the General Motors factory in Flint, Michigan is documented. The strike was instrumental in the formation of the United Automobile Workers union. The women recall the sexist nature of the working conditons at the plant and how their participation in th
11.
Scenic Route, The (1978) as Sound

Film Production - Main (feature film)

12.
Married To The Mob (1988) as Boom Operator (Adr)
A recently widowed Mafia wife tries to start her life anew, only to find past acquaintances and FBI agents on her tail.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

13.
Stranger in the Kingdom, A (1998)
In the early Fifties, a black minister arrives in Vermont to become pastor in a small town. When a lone drifter is found murdered in the town's environs, the minister is charged with the crime. A young white lawyer, the town's local hero, steps in to defend him and thereby risks his reputation.
14.
Superstar: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol (1990)
A feature-length "cinema-collage" about the life and times of pop artist, entrepreneur and media celebrity Andy Warhol, who died in 1987.
17.
King Blank (1982)
18.
Conversations With Willard Van Dyke (1981)
The career of Willard Van Dyke as chief curator of the New York Museum of Modern Art's film department is documented. Originally a photographer, Van Dyke discusses his move from still photography to documentary filmmaking. A committed social activist, Van Dyke expounds on the decline of the policita
19.
Day After Trinity, The (1980)
A profile of physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer and his role in producing the first atomic bomb. The film includes rare interviews with Manhattan Project scientists, and formerly classified footage of the first atomic detonation in the desert and of the atomic research facilities at Los Alamos, New Mex
20.
With Babies and Banners: Story of the Women's Emergency Brigade (1979)
The role of women in the 1937, 44-day sit-in at the General Motors factory in Flint, Michigan is documented. The strike was instrumental in the formation of the United Automobile Workers union. The women recall the sexist nature of the working conditons at the plant and how their participation in th
21.

Sound (special)

22.
They Came For Good: A History of the Jews in the United States (2001) as Sound
Documentary on the history of the Jewish people in the United States, covering the period from 1654 -- when 23 Sephardic Jews first arrived in the harbor of New Amsterdam -- through the American Revolution, the Civil War, the arrival of German Jews, the California Gold Rush and the nation's westward
23.
Blood Money: Switzerland's Nazi Gold (1997) as Sound
Documentary focuses on the emerging story of Jews, who deposited their family money into Swiss bank accounts during the Holocaust of World War II to protect it from the Nazis. Survivors are still trying to reclaim their wealth 50 years later. A major investigation has been launched to trace possible
24.
Martha Stewart's Home for the Holidays (1995) as Sound
Lifestyle author Martha Stewart shares ideas on holiday decorating, cooking and entertaining.
25.
Carnegie Hall at 100: A Place of Dreams (1991) as Audio/Video Engineer
A special commemorating Carnegie Hall's 100th year. Includes archival footage of legendary performances and interviews with many of the artists who have played there.

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