Camera, Film, & Tape
Wrote, directed, and produced the short "Leila Attacks"
Helmed "The Case of the Grinning Cat" for French TV; also wrote
Wrote and directed the war documentary "Level Five"
Commissioned by the Wexner Center for the Arts at Ohio State University to create an installation commemorating the centenary of the motion picture; created "Silent Movie," consisting of five monitors on which random scenes played to random selections of
"La Jetée" adapted for the Hollywood-made feature film "12 Monkeys," directed by Terry Gilliam; credited as co-writer
Documented Japanese director Akira Kurosawa in "A.K."
Co-produced, and also collaborated on the screenplay for the ambitious two-part political film "The Battle of Chile," a Chilean-Cuban production directed by Patricio Guzman
Revived SLON after the famous nationwide student and worker strikes in France in May in order to distribute and produce agit-prop material
Formed production company Slon, also often designated SLON, especially for the making of the episodic documentary collaboration "Loin du Vietnam/Far From Vietnam"; collaborated on the screenplay and producing responsibilities, and was also an editorial su
Made his most famous film and only fictional film "La Jetée/The Pier"
Completed first film, the documentary short "Olympia 52," a documentary about the Helsinki Olympics; also co-photographed and provided commentary