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BOOKS:

 

Fiction:

 

Solay (Bradbury), 1993; hardcover.

 

Come the Morning (Bradbury), 1989; hardcover. FOCAL Award for Best California Children's Book, 1990; nominated for 1990-91 Dorothy Canfield Fisher Children's Book Award and 1991-92 Sequoyah Young Adult Award.  Reprinted with a new afterward and author’s commentary by Wayne State Press in 2005.

 

Confessions of a Prime Time Kid (Lothrop, Lee & Shepard), 1985; hardcover and paperback.  A Weekly Reader Book Club Selection.

 

The Last Run (Lothrop, Lee & Shepard), 1981; hardcover. Golden Spur Award for Best Western Juvenile Fiction in 1981; nominated for 1982-83 Dorothy Canfield Fisher Children's Book Award; nominated for 1983-84 Mark Twain Award.

 

With a Wave of the Wand (Lothrop, Lee & Shepard), 1980; hardcover and paperback. A Children's Choice Selection of the International Reading Association. 

 

Nonfiction:

 

“Breaking the Cycle,” an essay in Under Fire: Childhood in the Shadow of War, edited by Elizabeth Goodenough and Andrea Immel, (Wayne State University Press), 2008.

 

Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport (Bloomsbury), co-written with Deborah Oppenheimer, preface by Lord Richard Attenborough, introduction by David Cesarani, 2000; hardcover and paperback.

 

The Long Way Home (Simon Wiesenthal Center), 1997.

 

"Modulate Your Voice, Please," an essay in Infant Tongues: The Voice of the Child in Literature, edited by Elizabeth Goodenough, Mark Heberle, and Naomi Sokoloff, foreword by Robert Coles. (Wayne State University Press), 1994.

 

The Homefront: America During World War II (G.P. Putnam's Sons), written with Franklin Mitchell and Steven Schechter, introduction by Studs Terkel, l984; hardcover and paperback.

 

 

FILMS:

 

Documentaries:

 

Perspectives, 2011—host and writer of 8 shows on the Documentary Channel featuring contemporary and classic documentaries.

 

Doctors of the Dark Side, 2011—a feature length documentary about the involvement of doctors in torture in our military prisons. Writer.

 

The Defector, 2008– a feature length documentary about Victor Kravchenko, the famous Communist defector who wrote I Chose Freedom. Director, co-writer.  Unreleased.

 

Living in Emergency, 2008 – a feature length documentary about Doctors Without Borders. Executive Producer. Venice Film Festival. Special Jury Award for Documentary at Cinequest Film Festival. Hot Docs Toronto. Shortlisted for 2009 Oscar for Best Feature Documentary.

 

Oceans Away, 2008 –- a 14-episode series examining Chinese students who have chosen to study and live in America. Made for China’s CCTV.  Co-producer.

 

Darfur Now, 2007 -– a feature length documentary focusing on six people who are trying to end the genocide in Darfur.
Producer.  Toronto International Film Festival. Barcelona Documentary Film Festival, and others. Nominated for Best Documentary of the Year by the Broadcast Film Critics Association, the National Board of Review, the International Press Academy, and Cinema for Peace.  NAACP Image Award for Documentary.

 

Spirit of the Marathon, 2007 – a feature documentary on six runners competing in the Chicago Marathon.  Executive Producer.  Audience Award at the Chicago International Film Festival.

 

The Boomer Century: 1946-2046, 2007-- a two-hour documentary for PBS examining the largest generation in American history and the impact it may have on this country now that baby boomers are turning 60. Writer.

 

Doc Talk, 2006-—three half hour programs interviewing today’s cutting edge documentary filmmakers. Host and producer.  Documentary Channel.

 

DocU, 2006 -- Four short films about Los Angeles made by film students from USC and CUC (the Communication University of China) in a summer workshop I taught at USC. Executive Producer.  Broadcast on the Documentary Channel.

 

The Cutting Edge:  The Magic of Movie Editing, 2004 -- a 98-minute documentary about editing with Steven Spielberg, Quentin Tarantino, George Lucas, Jodie Foster, Walter Murch, Dede Allen and many others. Produced for the BBC in England, NHK in Japan, and Starz TV in the United States. Writer. Opening night film Hollywood Film Festival, Mill Valley Film Festival, Denver Film Festival, Maui Film Festival. Grand Award, Best Documentary, 2006 International TV Programming and Promotion.

 

Unchained Memories: Readings from the Slave Narratives,  2002 – a 75-minute documentary about slavery in the United States based on interviews with ex-slaves conducted by the WPA in the 30’s. Writer. Produced by HBO. Sundance Film Festival, 2003. Emmy Nominations for Outstanding Nonfiction Special and Outstanding Writing for Nonfiction Programs. Literacy in Media Award for Outstanding Television Special.

Christopher Award.

 

Into the Arms of Strangers, Stories of the Kindertransport, 2000 -- a feature documentary about the British rescue of 10,000 German, Austrian and Czech children just before the outbreak of WWII. Writer-director. Produced by Warner Bros. Academy Award for Best Feature Length Documentary. London Evening Standard Award for Best Documentary.  Heartland Film Festival Crystal Heart Award.

 

A Dream No More, 1998, a two-hour documentary for the 50th anniversary of Israel. Co-writer-director. (Unreleased)

 

The Long Way Home, 1997--a two-hour theatrical documentary for the Simon Wiesenthal Center exploring what happened to the survivors of the Holocaust from the liberation of the concentration camps in 1945 to the founding of the State of Israel in 1948. Writer-director.  Sundance, Valladolid, Montreal, Chicago, Jerusalem and many other international film festivals. Multiple awards including Gold Hugo at Chicago, Time Out of History prize at Valladolid and Academy Award for Best Feature Documentary. 

 

How Will I Survive?  1992--an hour documentary on coping with breast cancer.  Executive producer.  Best Health and Medical Film, Silver State Film Festival.

 

Toward 2,000, 1990--a twelve-minute video produced for the Toyota Co. forecasting social and economic trends in the U.S. by the end of the century. Writer-director. Cindy Award for Special Achievement in Cinematography.

 

Co-director of Documentary Production at USC's School of Cinema-TV, 1985-1991.  During this period I supervised the production of 34 student-produced documentaries.  The films won over 100 international awards, including two Academy Award nominations for Best Short Documentary.  The films have been shown on PBS, the Learning Channel, Discovery, the BBC, and Swedish television.

 

The Homefront, 1984--a 90-minute PBS documentary examining the profound social and economic changes brought about in the U.S. by World War II. Co-producer.  Blue Ribbon American Film Festival, Houston Film International Festival Special Jury Award, Best of Festival National Educational Film Festival. Cine Golden Eagle.

 

The Foreigners, 1968--a 60-minute documentary made for the Peace Corps about a group of volunteers doing community development work in a small village near Bogota in the Colombian Andes. Writer-producer. Invitational screening at Robert Flaherty Seminar, Museum of Modern Art, New York.

 

The Redwoods, 1967--a documentary made for the Sierra Club about the importance of creating a redwoods national park in California.  Writer, co-producer. Academy Award for Best Short Documentary. Cine Golden Eagle.

 

Huelga! l966--a 60-minute documentary about the first year of the Delano grape strike. Writer-producer. NET Journal. Award of Merit Vancouver International Film Festival.  Special Award Leipzig International Film Festival, among others.

 

Speak for Myself, 1966--a 30-minute examination of Portland, Oregon's poverty program from the vantage point of the poor. Writer.

 

The Golden Calf, 1965--an hour television documentary about the state of the church in America. Writer. Regional Emmy Award.

 

As They Like It, 1965--a half hour television documentary about the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland. Associate Producer.  Regional Emmy Award.

 

 

 

Educational Films:

 

How Many Ways Do I Grow? 1974--a 15-minute film for pre-adolescents.  Produced for BFA Educational Media.  Producer-writer-director.

 

Two Grasslands: Texas and Iran, 1971--a geography film comparing the Edwards Plateau in western Texas and the steppes of Iran. Produced for Learning Corporation of America. Writer-director for the Texas sections.

 

Almost Anyone Can Build a House, The Story of a Pair of Blue Jeans, and The Story of a Peanut Butter Sandwich, 1970--three freewheeling comic explorations of food, clothing and shelter for primary grade children.  Produced for Learning Corporation of America. Writer-director.

 

The Day Grandpa Died, 1969--a fictional film about a young boy's painful confrontation with death. Produced for King Screen Productions. Writer-director. Gold Medal New York International Film and Television Festival.

 

Wheels, Wheels, Wheels, 1969--a 10-minute perception film about the beauty and ubiquity of the wheel.  Produced for King Screen Productions. Writer-director.

 

 

 

CD-ROMS:

 

Runaways, 1996--an interactive video game for teenagers that deals with issues of gender and ethnic identity.  Co-writer and producer with Marsha Kinder.  Financed by a grant from the Annenberg Center for Communications at USC.

 

 

 

Filmstrips:

 

Communications Panorama, 1975--12 filmstrips on language and communication for elementary school children. Produced by Doubleday Multimedia. Writer.

 

History of Technology, 1972--12 filmstrips on the impact of technology on American history. Produced by Learning Corporation of America. Co-writer.

 

 

Public Service Spots:

 

Two 60-second spots produced for the National Lutheran Council of the U.S. for the 450th anniversary of the Reformation in 1967.  Writer-producer.  First prize for Public Service Spots at the International Film and Television Festival.

 

 

SCREENPLAYS:

 

Legacy,2004, written with Paul Wolansky.

 

Reckless,2002.

 

Come the Morning, 1992, an adaptation of my novel. Produced by World Wide Pictures, Inc. in 1993.

 

Raging Waters, 1989, written for Pat Wells Productions.

 

Black Tide, 1976, written with Trevor Greenwood.

           

The Mustangers, 1975, written with Trevor Greenwood, Merit Award Athens International Scriptwriting Competition.

 

The Rainbow Boys, 1971, written for Potterton Productions in Montreal.

 

 

SHORT STORIES:

 

"Princess Zenobia," Sgraffito, Spring 1995.

 

"Office Hours," Buffalo Magazine, March 20, 1988, syndicated by Fiction Network.

 

"A Drink with Oppie," New Mexico Humanities Review, Summer 1985.

 

"Night Beat," Writers Forum X, September 1984.

 

"Father's Day," Neworld, February/March 1979.

 

 

ARTICLES:

 

Exhuming the Mass Graves of the 20th Century, Contemporary Cinema, China, Vol. 1, 2006

 

Chronicle of a Summer,” looking back at the groundbreaking film sixty years later, International Documentary, February, 2002.

 

Docu-demia,” a two-part interview with Michael Renov and Jane Gaines, editors of the Visible Evidence book series, International Documentary, September and October, 2000.

 

Secret Spaces of Childhood,” part of a writers’ symposium with Joyce Carol Oates, Philip Levine, etc. Michigan Quarterly Review, Summer 2000.

 

"Matching the Media and the Message: Making Effective Corporate Films and Videos," written with Doe Mayer, Journal of Management Development, Vol. 12, No. 4, 1993.

 

"Modulate Your Voice, Please," Los Angeles Times Book Review, August 15, 1993.

 

"Living Side by Side," a discussion of children's books on drug addiction and homelessness, Hungry Mind Review, Fall 1992.

 

"Reality Fictions," a review of Frederick Wiseman's work, International Documentary, Winter 1990/91.

 

"It's So Much Easier To Write About the Rich," New York Times Book Review, November 12, 1989.

 

"Rosie the Riveter Remembers," an excerpt from The Homefront: America During World War II, American Heritage, February 1984.

 

"Archie's Little Goil Grows Up," a profile of Sally Struthers, Canadian TV Guide, December 25, 1982.

 

"She'd Fly 1500 Miles for a Hot Fudge Sundae--and a Friend," a profile of Lisa Whelchel, TV Guide, July 10, 1982.

 

"Sorry, Guys--Heather's No Fall Girl," a profile of Heather Thomas, TV Guide, June 19, 1982.

 

"Those Ruthless Vixens of Prime Time," cover story, TV Guide, July 11, 1981.

 

"Crusade Against Condescension," (Gray Panther Eva Skinner takes on TV's stereotyping of the elderly), Prime Time, July 1981.

 

"After All I've Done for You," an article on children of aging parents, written with Susan Harris, Ph.D., Prime Time, April 1980.

 

"The Dust Between the Devil's Toes," cover story on the day in the life of a teenage Angel Dust user, L.A. Weekly, January 4, 1979.

 

"He Always Gives a Powerful Performance," profile of Lou Ferrigno, TV Guide, December 2, 1978.

 

"The Southern California Housing Crisis," a four-part investigative series, Los Angeles Herald Examiner, August 13-16, 1978.

 

"Bradbury Building: Monument in Downtown L.A.," Americana, July/August 1978.

 

"Coming of Age at a Free School: Reading, Writing and Relationships," New West, March 27, 1978.

 

"A Few Magic Passes,"(a look at scientific investigations of psychic healing), New West, February 13, 1978.

 

"The Hard-Liner Behind Soft Energy,"(a profile of energy analyst Amory Lovins), New West, December 19, 1977.

 

"Why California Needs Rent Control," New West, November 7, 1977.

 

"How to Live to be 100,"cover story, New West, January 3, 1977.

 

"California's New Child's Play: Teenage Bodybuilding," New West, October 11, 1976.

 

"Now Prosperity Threatens Venice,"(California's Greenwich Village struggles to preserve its community identity), New West, September 27, 1976.

 

"Where the timid honor the shallow," an essay about the Academy Awards reprinted in Special to the N.C.R., 1969, a selection from the first five years of the National Catholic Reporter, a newspaper for which I wrote film reviews from 1967 to 1969.

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