| A.C. Warden: Film and Video Credits
IN PROGRESS: LEADING LADIES: The Life and Times of It's All Right To Be Woman Theater Company
STAND UP FOR CHOICE
Three part independent video series about abortion rights including: FROM VIGILANCE TO VIOLENCE: Voices from the Anti-Abortion Front (15:00)
ESCORTS: ON THE LINE FOR FREEDOM OF CHOICE (15:50)
THE BLOCKADE (14:27)
Awards: CINE Golden Eagle, (1993), American Public Health Assoc. Conf. (1991); Int'l Women's Day Video Festival (1992); Finalist, USA Film Festival (1992); Finalist, Houston Int'l Film Festival (1992).
WE ALL LIVE DOWNSTREAM 28:50
About the voyage of Greenpeace's "Beluga" down the Mississippi River discovering toxic pollution and the communities along its banks fighting for environmental justice.
Awards: CINE Golden Eagle, (1990); Juror's Award, NYFilmExpo(1990); Int'l Environmental Film Festival (1991); Bronze, Columbus Film Festival (1991); Int'l Women's Day Video Festival (1992); Best Script, Brazilian Environmental Film & Video Festival (1992).
PATRICIA'S NEIGHBORHOOD WALL 8 min. A look at an artist and her work on a wall in Washington, DC.
Awards: Berlin Film Festival, (1985); CINE Golden Eagle, (1985); Sinking Creek Festival (1985);
Best of Category, Salerno Film Festival, (1985); NY Filmmaker's Exposition, (1986).
GOING TO THE WELL 12 min. Made for the Advocacy Institute as part of their capacity building program.
COLLECTING THE EVIDENCE, 9 min. About collecting evidence in rape cases. Made for the Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault for their outreach to Police Departments.
PUJA: Expressions of Hindu Devotion, 12 min. for the Smithsonian Institution's Arthur M. Sackler Gallery's exhibition on Hindu worship.
Awards: Bronze Apple, Nat'l Educational Media Network, (1997).
MAKGOMO: Hope and Hardship in the New South Africa, 12 min. Microenterprise in rural South Africa for Rooy Media.
GULF CRISIS PSA, :30 for the American Red Cross.
ADA INTO THE 21st CENTURY 18:00 About the new Americans With Disabilities Act for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
...BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE 21 min. Produced for Greenpeace's National Toxics Campaign.
Awards: Certificate of Creative Excellence, USA Film & Video Festival(1989);
Finalist, Vermont World Peace Film Festival (1989); Honorable Mention, Video
Witnesses Festival of New Journalism (1991).
BE NOT AFRAID 27 min. Associate Producer/ Editor/Sound Recordist. Produced for The Sojourners about a non-violent protest of the nuclear arms race.
THE OLDEST DREAM: A CELEBRATION OF FLIGHT 20 min. Multi-media production Produced for the National Air & Space Museum.
CRUDE JUSTICE for Alliance for Justice, 15 min. About the long term legal and environmental consequences of the Gulf Oil Spill on people and businesses in the gulf region. Produced by G-V-I Prod.
AWARDS: Special Jury Award; 2011 Houston International FilmFest; Best Short Doc, Atlanta Underground Film Festival 2011
VIRUS HUNTERS, National Geographic Explorer, Episode about how viruses may have altered our genetic structure. Produced by David Elisco for National Geographic TV.
ROBOCARS: Episodes 1 & 4 1 hr. each for Discovery Studios about the DARPA Urban Challenge.
SAVE ALASKA'S WOLVES 15 min. For Defender's of Wildlife Campaign. Produced by GVI Prod..
Awards: Cine Special Jury Award 2009
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC'S WILD DETECTIVES: Penguin Adventures, 30 min. Episode for Children's wildlife series and DVD extra for HAPPY FEET, Produced by Natioanl Geohraphic Missions. Awards: Cine Golden Eagle
KENNEDY & CASTRO A SECRET HISTORY produced by JWM Productions for Discovery Times.
AVOIDING ARMAGEDDON: Nuclear Nightmares; Losing Control produced by Turner Productions for PBS.
LADY BIRD profile of the First Lady for PBS produced by MacNiel/Lehrer Productions
TREASURE SEEKERS series for NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TELEVISION and produced by JWM Productions.
Treasures of the Nile
Treasures of the Incas
Treasures of India
GREAT BOOKS series for TLC produced by Cronkite/Ward Television.
The Right Stuff
Heart of Darkness
The Naked and the Dead
ONE WOMAN ONE VOTE, 1 hr. for PBS "American Experience"series History of the American woman suffrage movement.
AMERICAN RESPONSES 1940 - 1945 for the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Awards: CINE Golden Eagle, (1993); "Chris" Columbus Film Festival, (1993); Chicago Film Festival, (1993).
MINIDRAGONS, South Korea, 1 hr. The economic miracle of South Korea is profiled in part 1 of this PBS series.
LOCAL HEROES: GLOBAL CHANGE Part III1 hr. Leaders in developing countries are profiled in this five-part PBS series.
POLITICS OF PROSPERITY 1 hr. for PBS "Frontline" series About the Shadow Debate on economics. William Greider - correspondent. Awards: Red Ribbon, American Film Festival (1989).
FIELD TO FACTORY 8 min. for an exhibition about Afro-American migration 1915-1940 at the Smithsonian's American History Museum.
GEORGE STEVENS: A FILMMAKER'S JOURNEY feature length biography of the director. (Sound Editor).
WOMEN MAKE MOVIES FESTIVAL 1981-1985 Director. Sponsored by Women in Film and Video and the American Film Institute. Festival of international films and videos written, directed, or produced by women.
LEARNING TO FLY 1972-1974 1/2 hr. weekly radio series. Women's radio show for Philadelphia NPR affiliate, WUHY (now WHYY).