|7th Annual Prism Awards||2003 2002 - 2003||Actor||n/a||20037|
|Sea of Love||1989||Director||n/a||4|
|The Black Marble||1980||Director||n/a||4|
|The Ragman's Daughter||1971||Director||n/a||4|
|The Onion Field||1979||Director||n/a||4|
|Masters of Science Fiction||2007 2006 - 2007||Director||n/a||4|
|The Ragman's Daughter||1971||Producer||n/a||3|
|Feature directing and producing debut, "The Ragman's Daughter"|
|Was producer and director of "City Hall", a portrait of New York City politics starring Pacino and John Cusack|
|Short film, "Ivanhoe Donaldson", won the Gold Prize at Germany's Mannheim Film Festival|
|Made a number of television commercials and short documentaries before turning to features|
|Worked as a designer and stills photographer|
|Directed another Wambaugh adaptation, "The Black Marble", a black comedy also starring James Woods|
|Produced and directed the thriller "Malice", starring Alec Baldwin as a doctor with a god complex|
|Produced and directed the thriller "Domestic Disturbance"|
|Raised in New York City|
|Directed the action thriller "Mercury Rising", starring Bruce Willis as a maverick FBI agent guarding a child who unwittingly cracked a National Security Agency code; Alec Baldwin was cast at the villain|
|Directed "Sea of Love", a New York-set police thriller starring Al Pacino and Ellen Barkin|
|Reteamed with Woods for "The Boost", a powerful portrait of drug addiction|
|Directed the romance "Vision Quest", starring Matthew Modine as a champion high school wrestler who falls for an alluring older woman (Linda Fiorentino)|
|Followed up with the harrowing adaptation of Joseph Wambaugh's novel "The Onion Field", starring James Woods and Ted Danson|
|Helmed "Taps", a gripping drama about an uprising at a military school that launched the careers of Sean Penn and Tom Cruise|
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