Interviewed for my investigation into Megan's Law and my perspective into how it works, does it work and what changes could be made.
Undercover surveillance involving a teenager involved in drugs and prostitution to make sure she didn't run away before her intervention two day's later when the Dr. Phil and his cameras arrived at her house without her knowledge.
THE RED DOOR
A blood-drenched psychological mystery through the distorted gaze of Lynda and her fantasy self, Loma, heroines who both try to redeem Lynda from a tragic past.
THE INVISIBLE WAR
INVISIBLE WAR is a groundbreaking investigative documentary about one of our country's most shameful and best kept secrets: the epidemic of rape within our US military. Profoundly moving, we meet characters who embraced their service with pride and professionalism, only to have their idealism crushed. Their chilling stories of violent sexual assault become even more rattling as they seek justice in a Kafkaesque military legal system.
As a courageous few defy victimhood, they face their most challenging fight yet: penetrating a closed circuit where officers collude, cases are routinely swept under the rug, and few perpetrators are tried or convicted. Both a rallying cry for the hundreds of thousands of men and women who've been assaulted and a hopeful road map for change, THE INVISIBLE WAR is one of those rare films so powerful it has already helped change military policy.
“A powerful and significant film.”
-Kenneth Turan, LOS ANGELES TIMES
One of the most explosive films about politics ever made, OUTRAGE is a searing indictment of the hypocrisy of closeted politicians who actively campaign against the LGBT community they covertly belong to. Boldly revealing the hidden lives of some of the United States' most powerful policymakers, the film takes a comprehensive look at the harm they've inflicted on millions of Americans, and examines the media's complicity in keeping their secrets. With analysis from prominent members of the gay community such as Congressman Barney Frank, former NJ Governor Jim McGreevey, activists Larry Kramer and Mike Rogers, and openly gay congresswoman Tammy Baldwin, the film probes deeply into the psychology of this double lifestyle, the ethics of outing closeted politicians, the double standards that the media upholds in its coverage of the sex lives of gay public figures.
Distributor: Magnolia Pictures
Television: HBO Documentary Films
US Premiere: 2009 Tribeca Film Festival
International Premiere: 2009 Edinburgh Film Festival
Print/List of Articles:
* January 16, 2006 ‘Rating (and Finding) the Movie Raters’ by The New YorkTimes.com
* August 29, 2006 ‘Rewind: These Film Ratings Are Not Yet Rated; New documentary has us looking at 10 historical (or is that hysterical?)moments in movie rating history.’ by MTV.co
* October 5, 2009 ‘Outrage’ by Popmatter.com
*November 08, 2009 ‘Inside Story: Randy Quaid’s Journey from Actor to Alleged Felon ’ by People Magazine
*December 24, 2009 ‘Home video: Randy and Evi Quaid's even more bizarre world’ by NY Dairy News.com
*January 15, 2010 ‘EXCLUSIVE: Randy And Evi Quaid P.I. To Get Own Reality TV Show EXCLUSIVE: Randy And Evi Quaid P.I. To Get Own Reality TV Show’ by radaronline.com
* April 29, 2010 ‘La Verne’s Very Own Columbo P.I. Right Out of Disney Central Casting’ by laverneonline.com
* October 20, 2010 ‘Courting Disaster: What Went Wrong with Randy Quaid’ by ABC news
* January 2011 ‘The Quaid Conspiracy’ by Vanityfair.com
SEX OFFENDERS AND MEGAN'S LAW
THIS FILM IS NOT YET RATED
The hit of the 2006 Sundance Film Festival, THIS FILM IS NOT YET RATED is an unprecedented undercover investigation into the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) film ratings system and its profound impact on American culture. Featuring insightful and often hilarious interviews with John Waters, Matt Stone, Mary Harron, Kimberly Peirce, Atom Egoyan, and Kevin Smith, the film reveals how the rating system restricts the exhibition independent and foreign films, gay themed films, and rates sexuality much more harshly than violence. Maintaining power through secrecy, the MPAA refuses to let the public know even the names of the people who rate the films. To overcome that secrecy, the filmmaker's team up with a female private investigator, Becky Altringer and follow her as she goes deep inside the rating system – what they discovered compelled the MPAA to finally make long overdue changes to its rating system.
Investigations into the Paparazzi and their
illegal tactics to gain photos or information
of individuals. The pilot was never released.