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Writer (feature film)

1.
Silent Hill (2006)
The eerie and deserted ghost town of Silent Hill draws a young mother desperate to find a cure for her only child's illness. Unable to accept the doctor's diagnosis that her daughter should be permanently institutionalized for psychiatric care, Rose flees with her child, heading for the abandoned to
2.
My Baby's Daddy (2004)
Lonnie, Dominic and ''G'' are three bachelor buddies from the hood who, after a lifetime of hard-partying, are in for a crude awakening when their respective girlfriends all get pregnant at the same time. The fathers-to-be embark on an emotional journey while learning as much about themselves as they do about love and fatherhood.
3.
Mary Higgins Clark's Pretend You Don't See Her (2002)
While working as a real estate agent in New York, Lacey Farrell witnesses a client's murder and must change her identity to escape the killer.
4.
Recipe For Murder (2002)
When an actress friend is killed in a mysterious car crash, Murray Maguire, Chief Medical Examiner for the city of New York, refuses to declare her case an accidental death.
5.
Mary Higgins Clark's Haven't We Met Before (2002)
Law student Emily Winton barely escapes from an attack by a man named Stephen Koening, who believes she was responsible for his death in a previous existence. The detective assigned to the case thinks Koening may have committed several unsolved murders in retribution for crimes Koening believes were
6.
Sons of Mistletoe (2001)
A foster home for boys is in danger of being closed when its benefactor dies. Helen Radke, a businesswoman, has returned home for the holidays to settle her father's estate, which includes the foster home established by her father more than 60 years earlier. The director, Jimmy, must win Helen's sup
7.
Walter and Henry (2001)
Walter and his precocious 12-year-old son Henry are street musicians who live in a dilapidated trailer home in Brooklyn while working the streets of Manhattan. Smart, charming and musically gifted, Henry is having a ball leading the busker's life. When Walter suffers a nervous breakdown during one o
8.
Spinning Out of Control (2001)
Actress Amanda Berkeley is the star of the hit family television sitcom "Whaddaya Want, Mom?", in which she reigns as America's TV sweetheart. However, the side of Berkeley that her weekly television audience doesn't get to see is quite different, as her battles with drugs and alcohol reveal a thinl
9.
Dirty Pictures (2000)
In 1989, Dennis Barrie, the director of the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, booked "The Perfect Moment," an exhibit of 175 controversial photographs by the late artist Robert Mapplethorpe. Although he anticipated opposition from a select few who may have labeled the photographs as pornographic,
10.
Black and Blue (1999)
Adaptation of Anna Quindlen's novel about a woman who flees with her son to escape her abusive husband in order to start a new life. To the casual observer, Fran Benedetto has a handsome husband, Bobby, and adoring 10-year-old son and a house in a Long Island suburb. But what her neighbors don't see
11.
Long Island Incident, The (1998)
Telefilm concerning the life of Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy. Focusing on the life changes that occurred after her husband was shot and killed and her son Kevin was wounded by a gunman on a Long Island, New York, commuter train in December 1993. The movie follows her treatment of her son through h
12.
Bride of Chucky (1998)
The world's most notorious doll, Chucky, meets his match--in more ways than one when his ex-girlfriend Tiffany embarks on a mission to get him back into her life so that they can wed. For better or for worse, Chucky and Tiffany will be a matched set if they ever get back into human bodies. To do thi
13.
Keeping the Promise (1997)
Follows the harrowing adventures of a 13-year-old boy who survives the American wilderness only with the help of a young Native American. Matt and his father travel to claim their land in the new territory of Maine in the 1700's. His father leaves him behind to guard the land while he returns to Mas

Producer (feature film)

14.
Exiles, The (1989)
A chronicle of the rescue of oppressed intellectuals and artists from Europe before the outbreak of World War II. It studies the cultural and intellectual impact of this emigre population on American life.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

15.
One Tough Cop (1998)
In a prematurely bitter autumn, 1981, New York City is ignited as EMS workers gurney out from a modest Harlem convent a young nun who's been violated, mutilated and beaten into a coma. The infamy of the crime attracts the media and forces the hand of the Police Department's downtown brass. A hastily

Writer (TV Mini-Series)

16.
Ghost Cat (2003)

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