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Producer (feature film)

1.
True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet (2008)
17-year-old actress Morgan Carter has money, fame and thousands of adoring fans. But her world comes crashing down after she passes out on the red carpet of her movie premiere from alcohol poisoning. Morgan is quickly whisked away to rehab, but speculation about her substance abuse problem tarnishe
2.
Confessions of a Go Go Girl (2008)
Based on the stage play, this is the true story of a young student who gets lured into the world of exotic dancing. At first it is just a way to help her pay tuition and bills, but she slowly realizes how difficult it is to leave the lifestyle behind.
3.
Matters of Life & Dating (2007)
A woman tries to move on with her life, and enter the dating world after surviving breast cancer and a mastectomy.
4.
Christmas Wedding, A (2006)
A month before their Christmas day wedding, Emily gets called away for work leaving the procrastinating Ben to deal with all the wedding day details-- from bridesmaids' dresses to floral arrangements. Meanwhile, Emily gets stranded during a freak storm on her business trip, which nearly causes her
5.
House Next Door, The (2006)
Colquitt and Walker Kennedy's era of blessed tranquility in their neighborhood is ruined when a new house is constructed next door. Soon new neighbors move in and the house preys on it's inhabitants, creating havoc in their lives and bringing out the worst in people.
6.
Augusta, Gone (2006)
Based on the true story of a mother and ex-husband who seek professional help when their teenaged daughter goes on a downward spiral with depression, drugs and drinking, leaving home and taking to the streets.
7.
Murder in the Hamptons (2005)
Based on the true story of millionaire investment banker Ted Ammon who was murdered in October 2001 during a bitter divorce and custody battle. His wife's lover was later convicted for the murder.
8.
Book of Ruth, The (2004) as Supervising Producer
Based on the popular novel, drama looks at an insecure woman chafing at being in her brother's shadow and the relationship she has with her domineering mother.
9.
Plain Truth (2004)
Adaptation of Jodi Picoult's novel that chronicles the trial of an 18-year-old Amish woman accused of murder.
10.
Ann Rule Presents: The Stranger Beside Me (2003)
Based on Ann Rule's book of the same name, in which she recounts her investigation as a police officer, into the serial killings that Ted Bundy committed. It follows a cat and mouse game as she came to suspect Bundy, a personal friend of hers at the time, who brilliantly deceived her and follows how
11.
Crooked E: The Unshredded Truth about Enron, The (2003) as Supervising Producer
Based on the book by Enron employee Brian Cruver, who witnessed the firm's collapse dramatizing the satirical elements of Enron's corporate culture.
12.
Obsessed (2002) as Supervising Producer
Based on a true story, a woman is arrested for stalking a man she professes to have had a love affair with. The catch is, he denies such a romance ever occurred and claims she was harassing him. Finding who is telling the the truth may be harder than it seems.
13.
Gleason (2002) as Supervising Producer
Based on the life of the late comedian Jackie Gleason during the years before and after "The Honeymooners," comparing his life to that of his character Ralph Kramden.
14.
Redeemer (2002) as Producer
Set in the mid 1980s, novelist Paul Freeman teaches a writing class for prison inmates. Among the felons, he finds a protege in convicted murderer, Charles Henderson, who is one of four Black Panthers convicted in a college student's shooting death in the 1960s. Although Henderson didn't actually pu
15.
Disappearance (2002) as Supervising Producer
A vacationing family, while traveling through the Nevada desert, decide to take a side trip to a ghost town called Weaver. Upon arriving in the town, the family immediately senses something is wrong. They find a video camera that reveals that a previous group of visitors were taken by some unseen, m
16.
Audrey Hepburn Story, The (2000) as Supervising Producer
Movie based on the life of actress Audrey Hepburn, from her childhood during the Nazi occupation of Holland in WWII, to her celebrated status as an international film star. Tracing her career from her first days on the London stage to her debut on Broadway in "Gigi," Audrey proceeds to take Hollywoo
17.
Steal This Movie (2000) as Executive In Charge Of Production
The rise and fall of Abbie Hoffman -- activist, radical, fugitive, lover. With the love of his life, Anita, by his side, Abbie outraged the establishment and seduced his passive generation into action. In 1968, Abbie, Anita, and a small circle of friends founded Yippie! -- a band of revolutionaries
18.
Deadlocked (2000)
In a seemingly open-and-shut case, Demond Doyle is convicted of raping and then murdering his wealthy employer's wife. Convinced of his son's innocence, Jacob Doyle takes the jury hostage with only one demand: the prosecutor who convicted his son must find the evidence to clear him of the crime in 2
19.
Livin' For Love: The Natalie Cole Story (2000)
Biopic of singer Natalie Cole, from her childhood to her Grammy sweep in 1991 for "Unforgettable, With Love," in which she performed virtually with her father, the late Nat King Cole. After a complex childhood as the daughter of the famed singer, Cole was rocked by his death when she was a teenager.
20.
Sharing the Secret (2000)
A mother is forced to face the self-destructive secret her daughter has been hiding -- bulimia -- and the fact that, in order for her daughter to start down the long road to recovery, painful issues must be confronted.<P>Nina is a loving mother and dedicated child psychologist who helps distressed f
21.
Secret Path, The (1999)
A young, neglected white girl in the rural South finds solace and nurturing from an unlikely couple. After her birth to the unwed Marie, Jo Ann Foley is taken by her grandfather Hank and abandoned at the roadside. She is rescued by a caring soul who reluctantly returns her to her family with a cross
22.
Our Guys: Outrage in Glen Ridge (1999)
Television movie based on Bernard Lefkowitz's book about the rape and assault of a mentally deficient young woman by a group of high school athletes in Glen Ridge, New Jersey, in 1989. Examines the culture of Glen Ridge that raced to defend the accused rather than protect the victim.
23.
Day Lincoln Was Shot, The (1998)
Minute-by-minute account of the moments leading up to the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, from the perspective of Lincoln and his murderer, John Wilkes Booth. On April 14, 1865, Abraham Lincoln met with his cabinet and signed an executive order lifting the blockade of the South. That evening, he took wife Mary Todd Lincoln to see a new play, "Our American Cousin," at Ford''s Theatre in downtown Washington. While watching the play, he was shot and mortally wounded by John Wilkes Booth, an actor and Southern patriot. Also recreates Booth''s dash for freedom and the showdown that ended in his death.
24.
Blood on Her Hands (1998) as Producer
Isabelle Collins is not satisfied with her husband Stewart. She seduces her lover Richard Davis into killing Stewart so they can marry, but Richard is arrested for the murder. Isabelle conspires with Richard's young, handsome lawyer Gavin Kendrick to frame Richard for the murder she lured him into c
25.
Breaking Up (1997) as Executive In Charge Of Production
A young couple wrestles with the idea of breaking up or continuing along in their volatile relationship. Driven together by good times and great sex, a wedge develops between them when the guy refuses to commit. Fearing he''ll lose her forever, he has a change of heart and asks for her hand in marriage, but then backs out at the altar. Eventually they realize that, even though they love one another, they''d both be better off apart.
26.
Secret, The (1997)
Nicole, a popular cheerleader suspects that her boyfriend Greg, the star quarterback, may be guilty of murder when she learns that he had been having a secret affair with Emily, a pregnant young woman who was found dead. Nicole puts herself in danger when she tries to prove Greg's guilt, even after
27.
To Love, Honor and Deceive (1996)
Until her husband and son disappear, a woman thinks she has the perfect life. As she uses all of her skills to locate her son, she discovers that her "ideal" husband isn't who he appeared to be -- he has faked his own death and has dangerous gangster connections.
28.
Semi-precious (1995)
A mother returns to claim the children she abandoned ten years earlier. However, the woman who raised them in her absence is not prepared to give them up.
29.
Death in Small Doses (1995) as Producer
Based on a real-life courtroom drama in which a man is accused of poisoning his wife slowly with arsenic-laced vitamin pills. Events become suspicious to the victim's brother and to the victim herself, until the truth is finally realized.
30.
The Portrait (1993)
A young artist deals with her parents'''' aging when she comes home to paint them.
31.
Scattered Dreams (1993)
Wrongfully imprisoned for fraud in 1951, a Florida sharecropper and his wife fight the legal system to regain custody of their children. Based on a true story.
32.
Shattering the Silence (1993)
Severe postpartum depression revives memories in a new mother who was sexually molested by her father when she was a child.
33.
Zelda (1993)
Dramatization of the lives of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald.
34.
Our Sons (1991)
Two women from different social circles come together when the son of one of them is near death as a result of complications from AIDS.
35.
Entertainers, The (1991) as Producer
Follows the unique relationship between a veteran vaudeville-style comedy actor and his beloved partner and best friend, a chimpanzee, as they attempt to achieve their unfulfilled dream of playing "the big room" in Las Vegas.
36.
Murder in New Hampshire (1991) as Producer
Based on the true story of a 23-year-old New Hampshire high school teacher who was arrested along with her 16-year-old lover and two of his friends, for the murder of her husband.
37.
Violation Of Trust (1991) as Producer
A mother struggles to believe in her daughter's innocence when the teenager is accused of murder.
38.
Forgotten Prisoners: The Amnesty Files (1990) as Executive Producer
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.
39.
How to Murder a Millionaire (1990)
A rich Beverly Hills matron suspects her husband is trying to kill her. She makes her escape when an enterprising con-artist convinces her to run away.
40.
Hiroshima: Out of the Ashes (1990)
A television movie depicting the story of the dropping of the first atomic bomb in 1945 and how it affected a group of Hiroshima citizens -- along with two American POWs and a European missionary -- as they struggle to survive amid the chaos and devastation.
41.
Deadly Silence, A (1989)
A movie based on the actual story of Cheryl Pierson, a teenager sexually abused by her father. Out of fear that her father would also sexually abuse her little sister, Pierson hired a schoolmate to kill him.
42.
My Brother's Wife (1989)
A perpetual prankster pursues a conservative beauty for nearly three decades even though she's his own sister-in-law.
43.
Perfect People (1988)
A middle-aged couple decide to change their looks -- and ultimately, their lives -- by embarking on an obsessive odyssey of diet, exercise and plastic surgery.
44.
Lena: My 100 Children (1987)
A story based on the real-life story of Lena Kuchler-Silberman, a courageous Jewish woman who risked her life after World War II to save 100 Jewish children from prejudice and poverty in Poland and escaped with them to Israel.
45.
Daddy (1987) as Supervising Producer
Two high school students are ill-prepared for the bitter reality of teenage parenthood.
46.
Can You Feel Me Dancing? (1986)
A 19-year-old, blind from birth, struggles to break free from the overly protective grip of her family and friends. Karin Nichols, although blind, is a well-adjusted, independent woman who, however, finds herself smothered by the well-meaning protection of her family. When she meets Richie, who is

Film Production - Main (feature film)

47.
Sharing the Secret (2000)
A mother is forced to face the self-destructive secret her daughter has been hiding -- bulimia -- and the fact that, in order for her daughter to start down the long road to recovery, painful issues must be confronted.<P>Nina is a loving mother and dedicated child psychologist who helps distressed f
48.
Secret, The (1997)
Nicole, a popular cheerleader suspects that her boyfriend Greg, the star quarterback, may be guilty of murder when she learns that he had been having a secret affair with Emily, a pregnant young woman who was found dead. Nicole puts herself in danger when she tries to prove Greg's guilt, even after
49.
To Love, Honor and Deceive (1996)
Until her husband and son disappear, a woman thinks she has the perfect life. As she uses all of her skills to locate her son, she discovers that her "ideal" husband isn't who he appeared to be -- he has faked his own death and has dangerous gangster connections.
50.
Semi-precious (1995)
A mother returns to claim the children she abandoned ten years earlier. However, the woman who raised them in her absence is not prepared to give them up.
51.
Death in Small Doses (1995)
Based on a real-life courtroom drama in which a man is accused of poisoning his wife slowly with arsenic-laced vitamin pills. Events become suspicious to the victim's brother and to the victim herself, until the truth is finally realized.
52.
Scattered Dreams (1993)
Wrongfully imprisoned for fraud in 1951, a Florida sharecropper and his wife fight the legal system to regain custody of their children. Based on a true story.
53.
Shattered Spirits (1986)
Martin Sheen's chilling portrayal of an abusive drunk whose alcoholism tears apart his family, although his wife steadfastly denies there's a problem, gave this commanding drama its own sheen, as it were. In a small part is his real-life daughter, Renee Estevez, whom Dad later would direct in a dayt
54.
Silent Witness (1985)
A young working woman is torn between testifying against her brother-in-law after seeing him rape a girl in a bar or remaining silent to protect the close-knit working class family into which she had married. When the victim commits suicide, she faces ostracism by both family and friends after going

Producer (special)

55.
Trump Unauthorized (2005)
A chronicle of the last 25 years of Donald Trump's incredible rise to business success.
56.
Dead Will Tell, The (2004)
After she receives an antique wedding ring, a woman has fleeting visions of the original owner of the ring, visions of a long-deceased soul who died 35 years ago. She begins investigating deeper into the woman's death and becomes embroiled in dangerous circumstances from present day and the hereafte

Producer (TV Mini-Series)

57.
And Never Let Her Go (2001)
Anne Marie Fahey is a well-liked girl from the Delaware suburbs, working as an aide in the upper levels of her state government when she meets attorney Thomas Capano, a top politcal advisor. Their friendship slowly transforms into an obsessive and deadly relationship until one night in July 1996, An
58.
Blonde (2001)
Adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates' fictionalized biography of Norma Jean Baker -- best known to the world as Marilyn Monroe.<P>Recounts the life of a beautiful and talented but vulnerable woman on an eternal quest for happiness and belonging. From her abysmal childhood to her tempestuous affairs as an
59.
Woman of Independent Means, A (1995) as Supervising Producer
A woman living during the turn-of-the-century is determined not to be ruled by the conventions of her time.

Film Production - Main (TV Mini-Series)

60.
Blonde (2001)
Adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates' fictionalized biography of Norma Jean Baker -- best known to the world as Marilyn Monroe.<P>Recounts the life of a beautiful and talented but vulnerable woman on an eternal quest for happiness and belonging. From her abysmal childhood to her tempestuous affairs as an

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