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Film Production - Main (feature film)

1.
Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010)
Tucker and Dale are two best friends on vacation at their dilapidated mountain house, who are mistaken for murderous backwoods hillbillies by a group of obnoxious, preppy college kids. When one of the students gets separated from her friends, the boys try to lend a hand, but as the misunderstanding
2.
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (2007)
An adaptation of the book which describes the destruction of the Native American people and their way of life as they were pushed from ancestral lands into ever-diminishing reservations during the latter half of the 19th century. Monumental events will be revisited such as the massacre of hundreds
3.
September Dawn (2007)
The Mountain Meadows Massacre, as it is known, occurred on September 11, 1857, and was the first known act of religious terrorism on U.S. soil. A group of Mormons, many disguised as Paiute Indians slaughtered all but 17 small children on a wagon train of 120 men, women and children traveling through
4.
Just Friends (2005)
Chris Brander has it all--money, good looks and a flashy job as an LA music executive. But back in high school in New Jersey in the 1990''s, Chris was shy, overweight and the butt of the cool crowd''s jokes. The only bright spot in his life was his friendship with Jamie Palamino a super-popular cheerleader. But Chris was harboring a secret--he was hopelessly in love with his best friend. On the night of their high school graduation, Chris finally works up his courage and makes his feelings known. In response, a surprised Jamie proceeds to give him the "Just Friends" speech. Enraged and humiliated, Chris declares himself no longer friends with Jamie and storms off. Ten years later, Chris has reinvented himself as a smooth talking lady-killer, living large in Los Angeles. Chris''s boss, KC, has just given him his most challenging job assignment yet--turning spoiled socialite, diva and magazine pin-up girl Samantha James into a pop-singing sensation. The well-known fact that Chris and Sam used to date, and that she still carries a torch for him, makes it all the more hellish. The less than talented Sam doesn''t feel she can "create" unless Chris whisks her off to Paris. En route, a plane malfunction causes them to make an unexpected pit-stop in New Jersey--the first time Chris has been back in 10 years. Chris'' plans to only stay the night are detoured when he runs into Jamie working at the local bar. Suddenly faced with the chance to undo the past and "seal the deal" with the "just friends" girl of his dreams, Chris finds himself postponing Paris. This sets off a chain of events in which Chris tries to woo Jamie, all the while distracting the suspicious Samantha. Unbelievably, Chris is finding it more difficult to romance Jamie than it was 10 years ago. Can one escape the clutches of the ''friend zone?'' Is it possible to go from ''just friend'' to boyfriend? Chris is about to find out the hard way.
5.
Man in the Mirror: The Michael Jackson Story (2004)
A warts and all look at Michael Jackson as a musical phenomenon and as a controversial public figure, including an examination of his search for identity via his own brand of extremism. Story follows his life from the peak of his career during the "Thriller" era through his legal troubles in his lat
6.
Monte Walsh (2003)
An aging cowboy realizes that the West is changing and fights to keep his piece of it alive. Facing the death of an era as the age of technology invades his old-school cowboy ways at the turn of the 20th century, Monte Walsh must change with the times or die defending his way of life.
7.
Rat Race (2001) as 2nd Company Grip (Canadian Crew)
Donald Sinclair owns the biggest, snazziest, flashiest, high rolling-est casino in Las Vegas. And to entertain some of his wealthiest patrons, he''s staged the most original high stakes game that Sin City has ever seen! The contestants? Six teams. The jackpot? Two million dollars stuffed in a locker hundreds of miles away. The odds of winning? One in six. The rules? Well there''s only one--get there first! What the racers don''t know is that the tycoon and his rich buddies are betting on the outcome and are tracking every move the teams make. It''s only a matter of time before they figure out who really stands to win the most before switching course to look for a different kind of pay-off.
8.
Crossfire Trail (2001)
Rafe Covington is a restless wanderer who promises a dying friend that he will look after his widow in Wyoming. When Rafe and his two traveling companions arrive at Long Valley, his late friend's ranch, oil has been discovered and the small Wyoming town is terrorized by a conniving land owner and hi
9.
Virginian, The (2000)
Television movie based on Owen Wister's novel about love and justice in the old West. The Virginian is a man who has left his native state to test his fortunes in the new territories of the West. In Wyoming, he falls in love with Molly Stark, a schoolteacher who has recently moved from Vermont. Desp
10.
Snow Day (1999) as 2nd Company Grip
During one warm Syracuse winter, the Brandston family struggles through their daily routines, while daughter Natalie prays for snow. Her wish comes true when an unexpected snowstorm arrives, canceling school. Alas, before long the dreaded Snowplow Man is on the job making it his mission to have school back in session. Now Natalie must make every effort to sabotage the Snowplow Man, while her parents and two brothers simultaneously struggle to accomplish their own difficult goals.
11.
Jack Bull, The (1999)
Western set during the late 19th century when the territory of Wyoming was seeking statehood. Myrl Redding, a Wyoming horse trader, clashes with fellow rancher Henry Ballard after Ballard abuses two of Myrl's horses and their Crow Indian caretaker Billy. When Judge Tolliver throws out Myrl's complai
12.
You Know My Name (1999)
Story of legendary lawman Bill Tilghman, who lived by the laws of the old West, but found himself fighting 20th century criminals -- heavily armed, organized gangsters, bootleggers and swindlers who preyed on the people who lived in the Oklahoma oil fields. In 1924, although retired from active serv
13.
Wild America (1997) as Best Boy Grip (2nd Unit) (-Calgary)
The true story of "Wild America" host Marty Stouffer and his two brothers photographer Marshall and producer Mark as young boys in rural Arkansas. Together they set out to discover and film North America''s endangered wildlife.
14.
Edge, The (1997) as Best Boy Grip
A bookish billionaire, Charles Morse, accompanies his younger model wife, Mickey, to Alaska for a photo shoot. When fashion photographer Robert Green and his assistant Stephen set out on a private plane in search of an Indian to pose for the shoot, Charles comes along for the ride. Stranded after the plane crashes into a lake, the men must formulate a strategy to survive and it is Charles, with his book smarts, who devises many of the best ideas. Stephen, whose bleeding leg attracks a Kodiak bear, is killed leaving only Charles and Robert to continue. Both have become suspicious of each other with Charles beginning to suspect Robert of trying to kill him so that he can continue an affair with Mickey.

Film Production - Main (TV Mini-Series)

15.
In Cold Blood (1996)
Miniseries adaptation of Truman Capote's 1965 nonfiction book, "In Cold Blood," about the vicious murder of a central Kansas family. Chronicles the events leading up to the slayings, the state police investigation and subsequent cross-country pursuit of the killers.

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