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Art Director (feature film)

1.
Feast of July (1995)
Bella Ford is a young woman who sets forth in winter on an arduous journey to locate Archie Wilson, the lover who has abandoned her. Suffering a grave personal misfortune along the way, Bella finds shelter in the home of the Wainwright family whose three sons, Jedd, Matty and Con, eventually battle
2.
Shadowlands (1993)
Adapted by William Nicholson from his own play, this drama recounts the unlikely love story of British professor and celebrated author C.S. Lewis and the brash American divorcee Joy Gresham who later became his wife. She died shortly after their marriage, in 1960.

Art Department (feature film)

3.
Ballad of Jack and Rose, The (2005)
1986. Jack lives on the site of his abandoned island commune with his 16-year-old daughter Rose. Since the breakup of the commune, Jack has sheltered Rose completely from the influences of the outside world, but now his fatal illness and Rose's emerging womanhood pose troubling questions about the d
4.
Conspiracy of Silence (2003)
Set in modern day Ireland, the story begins with two seemingly unrelated events--the unexpected suicide of beloved and well-respected priest, Father Frank Sweeny, and the expulsion of idealistic, young Seminary student, Daniel McLaughlin. Local investigative reporter, David Foley, aggressively pursu
5.
Darkest Light, The (1999) as Set Decorator
One day, while roaming about the local Yorkshire moorlands, 10-year-old Catherine and her new Hindu classmate, Uma, experience a flash of blinding white light that the former interprets as a divine sign that her 8-year-old brother will recover from leukemia. As the news of their "vision" spreads amo
6.
Real Howard Spitz, The (1998)
Howard Spitz is a cranky, has-been detective novelist out of money and out of luck - until he meets eight-year-old Samantha, who convinces him he has what it takes to write children's books. Faster than you can say "Moo" the 'Crafty Cow Detective' series is born and Howard is on his way to greener p
7.
Firelight (1997) as Set Decorator
Set in the winter of 1838, a romantic tale of a poor Swiss governess who meets secretly with an English landowner to conceive a child in exchange for money. Seven years later, the two are drawn together again when the governess is hired to care for the landowner's young daughter. Sworn to secrecy, t
8.
Forgotten Prisoners: The Amnesty Files (1990)
A lawyer representing Amnesty International tries to find the whereabouts and condition of 17 political prisoners detained in a country known for its systematic torture of prisoners.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

9.
Frozen With Fear (2001)
An agoraphobic woman hires a detective to search for her husband, who she believes was murdered.
10.
Shipping News, The (2001)
A man makes a journey to self-discovery when he returns to his ancestral home on the coast of Newfoundland. After the death of his estranged wife, Quoyle's fortunes begin to change when his long lost Aunt Agnis convinces him to head north with his daughter Bunny. He relocates to the small coastal vi
11.
4th Floor, The (2000)
When a young New York decorator moves into an apartment inherited from a recently deceased relative, she finds herself being harassed by the creepy recluse who lives below her.

Art Director (special)

12.
Cider With Rosie (1999)
A story about the awakening of manhood, set in 1918 in the heart of the Gloucestershire countryside. From poet Laurie Lee's memoirs in which as a teenager he recalls the efforts of his mother, after his father deserted her, to support nine children.
13.
Chandler & Co. (1996)
A detective agency specializing in personal and marital cases is run by two women who use modern equipment and high technology to bug and photograph suspects, track missing partners and expose guilty secrets.
14.
Adventure of the Western Star, The (1992)
The third television series for PBS about Agatha Christie's fictional detective, Hercule Poirot. In this episode, Poirot must solve a mystery related to the famous diamonds of two rival socialites.
15.
Tragedy at Marsdon Manor, The (1992) as Art Director
The third television series for PBS about Agatha Christie's fictional detective, Hercule Poirot. In this episode, Poirot investigates a murder in a Norfolk village where ghost stories abound.
16.
Wasps' Nest (1992) as Art Director
The third television series for PBS about Agatha Christie's fictional detective, Hercule Poirot. In this episode, Poirot finds himself in a situation where he must investigate a crime before it has happened. A dying man attempts to get revenge on his fiance and her former boyfriend when he suspects
17.
How Does Your Garden Grow? (1992) as Art Director
The third television series for PBS about Agatha Christie's fictional detective, Hercule Poirot. In this episode, Poirot investigates the mysterious sudden death of an elderly woman he meets at a flower show.

Art Department (special)

18.
Wives and Daughters (1999)
Miniseries set amid the broad range of middle-English society during the 1820s. Forthright and passionate Molly Gibson was brought up from childhood by her father. At 17-years-old, Molly acquires a stepmother and a beautiful stepsister, Cynthia. The loveable but worldly Cynthia brings Molly both joy

Art Director (TV Mini-Series)

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Art Director (TV Mini-Series)

20.
Jenny's War (1985)

Art Department (TV Mini-Series)

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