Director of Recreations
Co-Writer / Associate Producer
Mega Structures: Berlin Wall explores the Iron Curtain’s most infamous barrier. This documentary uncovers its design, construction, and legend and revisits some of the most exciting and daring escapes that defined the 28 years of the Wall’s existence.
Writer / Producer – Dan Bree
Coordinating Producer – Hilke Schellmann
Camera – Eli Adler, Bobby Dunn, Tom Kaufman
Editor – Andres Alegria
Executive Producers – Michael Hoff and Chris Valentini
CarolAnn Dolan – Supervising Producer
(c) Michael Hoff Productions
(c) National Geographic Channel
A short film by Dadaist experimental rock band Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, featuring butoh dancer Shinichi Iova-Koga (InkBoat) as the Last Human Being in existence. See trailer- full release in late 2012.
Story and Music – Sleepytime Gorilla Museum
Director – Max Baloian
Director of Photography – Matt Hazelrig
Production Designer – Claire Mack
Writer – Nils Frykdahl
Editor – Max Baloian
Production Company: Sleepytime Gorilla Press
Crybaby tells the story of the wah wah guitar pedal, from its invention in 1966 up to the present day. The film features interviews with pedal inventor Brad Plunkett and musical luminaries such as Ben Fong-Torres, Eddie Van Halen, Slash, Buddy Guy, Art Thompson, Eddie Kramer, Kirk Hammett, Dweezil Zappa, and Jim Dunlop.
Directors – Max Baloian and Joey Tosi
Director of Photography – Danny Nieder
Art Director – Graham Shaw
Producers – Joey Tosi, Jimmy Dunlop, Jasmin Dunlop
Editor – Max Baloian
Music – James Santiago, Scheila Gonzalez, Max Baloian, Nino Moschella, Dan Cantrell
Client – Oracle (Open World 2011)
Directors – Adam Patch and Amy Law
Director of Photography – Norman Bonney
Creative Director – Lisa Berghout
Senior Designer – Amy Law
Executive Producer – Johnny Wow
Producer – Sharlene Duale
Music – Future Perfect
Production Company – L.inc Design
Based on a painting by Mark Stock of the same name, The Butler’s In Love tells the story of a forbidden romance at an absinthe-fueled dinner party in 1912. Filmed in 3D using a Kernercam stereoscopic camera.
Director – David Arquette
Director of Photography – Peter Anderson
Producers – Jason Hervey and Eric Bischoff
Editor – Tara Timpone
Music – Brian Withycombe
Photographs courtesy of Allison E. Cohen
(c) 2008 by Converge Entertainment, LLC
A drama centered on the romance between Ernest Hemingway and WWII correspondent Martha Gellhorn, Hemingway’s inspiration for For Whom the Bell Tolls.
Director – Philip Kaufman
Director of Photography – Rogier Stoffers
Production Designer – Geoffrey Kirkland
Producers – James Gandolfini, Trish Hofmann, Peter Kaufman, Alexandra E. Ryan, Barbara Turner
Editor – Walter Murch
Music – Javier Navarette
Production Company – HBO
A writer with a declining career arrives in a small town as part of his book tour and gets caught up in a murder mystery.
Director – Francis Ford Coppola
Director of Photography – Mihai Malaimare Jr.
Art Director – Jimmy DiMarcellis
Producers – Anahid Nazarian, Fred Roos, Francis Ford Coppola
Editors – Kevin Bailey, Glen Scantlebury, Robert Schafer
Music – Dan Deacon, Osvaldo Golijov
A brilliant but overly cautious forensic detective is paired with a take-no-prisoners insurance claims investigator. Together they embark on a road trip to see if they can better understand the motivation of potential Darwin Awards recipients.
Director – Finn Taylor
Director of Photography – Hiro Narita
Production Designer – Peter Jamison
Producers – Johnny Wow, Jane Sindell, Jason Blum
Editor – Rick LeCompte
Music – David Kitay