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Catherine Tatge's Resume

 

OVERVIEW

 

I am an award-winning producer and director of film and television and the CEO/Co-Founder of Tatge/Lasseur Productions and the not-for-profit, Global Village Media.  For over 30 years, my work has encompassed many genres, from public affairs, performance and dance, to biographies and the world of ideas. I am a skilled storyteller and have created documentaries, historical dramas, and feature films. My work has been recognized for excellence in film and television through numerous awards, including an Emmy.

 

Through my career in filmmaking, I have gained and demonstrated a unique and powerful skill-set that translates beyond the screen. The complexities of filmmaking are such that each new film is the equivalent of launching a start-up business – with the outcome to deliver a single product.  As producer, director and I confident and capable to act as both a Manager and Product Strategist to accomplish targeted outcomes. 

 

CEO and PROJECT STRATEGIST

  • Setting and clarifying the overall project vision and strategy

  • Conceiving, resourcing, staffing, negotiating, and guiding complex development processes

  • Team development with high level creative and technical professionals

  • Human resource management

  • Stakeholder communication - written and face-to-face

  • Financial tracking and accounting

  • Project management

 

FILMMAKING FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD

 

My filmmaking skills have earned me recognition as a leader, an educator as well as an artist. Leveraging the power of film to connect and communicate in service of deeper cultural and civic understanding has been my passion. 

 

Recently I produced three short narrative films #Stop the Traffic on the subject of sex trafficking for distribution in high schools across the nation. For the past few years, I have been collaborating with a group of highly talented and experienced women in the marketing world to create an interactive web-based series, Global Women 50 – Shattering The Glass Ceiling of Ageism and Gender Inequality. Designed as a multi-dimensional digital destination, GW50™ is a multicultural community where women 50+ can freely discuss the gender-and age-based dynamics of the day, while charting the next chapter of their lives.  In addition, I am developing a series of documentaries for PBS on The Fight to Vote that looks at what is happening with current voting rights through the lens of the history of voting in America.

 

From 2011 to 2016 I spearheaded the development of the new Film Studies program at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin.  Working with University administrators and faculty, I helped design the curriculum, developed plans and assisted in raising additional funds for new facilities. While teaching courses to build momentum for the new program, I collaborated with the architect on the design and construction of the $7 million film studio, editing suites and classrooms that opened in June 2013.

 

In 2008 I co-founded The Civic Life Project, a program designed to engage high school and college students in civic action through the use of documentary filmmaking. The project has been implemented in dozens of public and private schools. In addition, the college-level version of the program was piloted at Lawrence University. Currently, Civic Life Project is expanding nationwide through the Civic Life Youth Film Challenge.

 

In my career, I have tackled important, controversial public affairs issues, as I did in two documentaries on the subject of domestic violence produced with CPTV, Breaking the Silence: Journeys of Hope and Breaking the Silence: Children’s Stories, which premiered on PBS.  My work translating intellectual material to the screen includes numerous works broadcast on PBS about the human condition – including the series, The Question of God: Sigmund Freud & C.S. Lewis, which compared and contrasted the two men’s worldviews and the IBM-funded four-part series on the nature of creativity, The Creative Spirit.  I also contributed to the series, Auschwitz:  Inside the Nazi State, by directing the epilogue segments hosted by Linda Ellerbee.

 

My close working relationship with Bill Moyers started in 2008 when I produced and directed Joseph Campbell and The Power of Myth, for which I received an Emmy Award. This led to many projects: Beyond Our Differences, a two hour documentary which explored the positive role of faith in the world today and the fundamental unity of world religions; A ten-hour series, Genesis: A Living Conversation; the two-hour special Fooling with Words and the series Sounds of Poetry, both documenting the 1998 Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival, the largest poetry event in the United States; the four-part series, What Can We Do About Violence? Three programs on the nature of hate—Beyond Hate, Facing Hate with Elie Wiesel, and Hate on Trial; and numerous other Moyers programs including his World of Ideas series featuring among others, Nadine Gordimer, Derek Walcott, and Louise Erdrich.

 

From 2007 to 2012, I directed two hours of the four-hour PBS series, Art of the 21st Century. My visual arts documentaries broadcast on PBS include Rings of Passion: Five Emotions in World Art, produced and directed with J. Carter Brown; Robert Motherwell: Storming the Citadel for American Masters; The Meanings of Modern Art with John Russell. I have also produced short films for Christie’s and Sotheby’s.

 

In music for the European channel ARTE I produced Book of Days conceived and directed by Meredith Monk. This feature film was filmed on location in France and showcased at the New York, Berlin and Hong Kong Film Festivals. In addition, I produced and directed Dawn Upshaw: Voice of an Angel; Barbara Hendricks Sings Gershwin and Murray Perahia. Also for PBS, I directed the television adaptation of Elizabeth Swados’ musical theater work The Hating Pot—about the perpetuation of racial and religious intolerance and the two-hour special on the 10th Van Cliburn Piano Competition as well as eight half-hour master classes with Maestro James Conlon.  

 

For the PBS series American Masters, I have produced and directed biographical portraits about creative geniuses such as Stella Adler, Martha Graham, Tennessee Williams, William Wyler, Walter Cronkite, and John Muir.  For Europe’s ARTE, I created a documentary on the singer, Barbara Hendricks.

 

My dance productions include notable collaborations with Alvin Ailey, The American Indian Dance Theater, Mikhail Baryshnikov, George Balanchine, The Central Ballet of China, Katherine Dunham, Bill T. Jones, Natalia Makarova, Pilobolus, Jerome Robbins and Twyla Tharp. I executive produced Wolf Trap’s Face of America, a special for Dance in America featuring four of the country's most innovative choreographers combining the grandeur of America's national parks with the art of the camera.  I collaborated with the peoples of the Pacific Islands in two performance documentaries Holo Mai Pele, about the goddess epic of the Hawaiian people and Dances of Life which journeys to five Pacific Islands capturing the encounter between Pacific Islanders’ earliest cultural traditions and the modern world. Most recently I produced Dancing Across Borders, a feature-length documentary following Cambodian folk dancer Sy Sar’s transformation to a classical dancer. In 1994, I produced the feature film version of the New York City Ballet Nutcracker, starring Macaulay Caulkin and released by Warner Brothers.

 

AWARDS

  • Emmy Award for Outstanding Television

  • CINE Gold Eagle Awards

  • National Education Association Award

  • Chicago International Film Festival Gold Hugo Awards 

  • The Gracie Award

  • The DuPont Columbia Award

  • Bronze Cindy Award

  • The ACE Award

  • The Humanitas Prize

  • The San Francisco International Film Festival Golden Gate Award

  • The Silver Screen Award for the U.S. International Film

  • U.S. International Film and Video Festival Award

  • Huston Film Festival Award

  • Video Festival Awards, among many others

 

AFFILIATIONS

I am a member of the Directors Guild and Writer’s Guild of America, of Women in Film and the National Academy of Television, Arts and Sciences. I serve as Chairman of the Board of Education in my small town of Northwest Connecticut and I founded an educational enrichment fund for my local school and I am a member of the Economic Development Commission for the towns of Cornwall, CT.

 

EDUCATION

  • Bachelor of Arts from Lawrence University

  • Honorary Doctorate from Lawrence University (2006)

  • International work and residence:  Fluent in Italian, French, Spanish and Portuguese.

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Catherine Tatge's Filmography

 
Feature Films
 

BUCKY AND THE SQUIRRELS – Producer
(Dinosaur of the Future Productions)
Feature film comedy written and directed by Alan Katz (M*A*S*H and Roseanne) about an obscure rock band that had a mega dance hit called “Do the Squirrel.” The band members are lost somewhere in the Swiss Alps and fifty years later are discovered frozen. They are brought back to life and cope with the changed world around them. (2014-15)

 

GEORGE BALANCHINE'S THE NUTCRACKER – Producer
(Warner Brothers)
Feature version of the New York City Ballet favorite, starring the New York City Ballet and Macaulay Culkin. (1993)

BOOK OF DAYS – Producer
(ARTE, France)
Conceived and directed by Meredith Monk, this feature film was filmed on location in France and premiered at the New York Film Festival in October 1988. It was also shown at the 1989 New York, Berlin and Hong Kong Film Festivals. (1988)

 

 

Television Series
 

ART IN THE 21ST CENTURY – Director
(Art 21 Production)
A PBS Documentary series about contemporary visual art in the United States and the artists who make it. (2000-2009)

 

 

THE QUESTION OF GOD: C.S. LEWIS & SIGMUND FREUD – Producer/ Director
(Global Village Media)
A 4-hour PBS series contrasting the thoughts and experiences of C.S. Lewis, a well-known Christian apologist, and the avowed atheist Sigmund Freud. By examining these men's contrasting worldviews, the series explores questions that bear on our everyday lives. (2004)

 

 

GENESIS: A LIVING CONVERSATION – Producer/Director
(A Public Affairs Television Production)
A ten-hour PBS series with Bill Moyers exploring the stories from the Book of Genesis. (1996)

THE CREATIVE SPIRIT – Producer/Director
(for Alvin H. Perlmutter Productions)
A four-hour series that explores the nature and process of creativity. Funded by IBM and aired on PBS. (1992)
 
JOSEPH CAMPBELL & THE POWER OF MYTH WITH BILL MOYERS – Producer/Director
(A Public Affairs Television Production)
A six-part Emmy Award-winning series with Bill Moyers which includes the shows: The Hero's Adventure, The Message of the Myth, The First Storytellers, Sacrifice and Bliss, Love and the Goddess, and Masks of Eternity. (1988)

 

 

CIRCUS TIME! – Producer
(Telmondis, France)
A ten-part series on circuses from around the world, produced for international distribution. (1984)

 

 

Cultural Documentaries
 

JOHN MUIR AND THE NEW WORLD – Producer/Director/Writer
(Global Village Media)
A ninety-minute documentary biography of writer John Muir, the founder of Nature conservation in America and “father” of the American National Parks system for PBS’

American Masters. (2012)

 

 

BEYOND OUR DIFFERENCES – Producer
(PBS Bill Moyers Journal)
A documentary that explores both the positive roles of faith in the world today and the fundamental unity of world religions. (2008)

 

 

BARBARA HENDRICKS: ARTIST OF LIFE - Director
(Cineleve, France)
The documentary is an intimate and comprehensive portrait of one of the leading classical performers of her generation. (2001)

 

 

FOOLING WITH WORDS WITH BILL MOYERS – Producer/Director
(Public Affairs Television)
A two-hour special with Bill Moyers capturing the vitality and diversity of contemporary poetry at America's largest poetry festival, the 1998 Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival in Waterloo, New Jersey. (1999)

 

 

SOUNDS OF POETRY – Producer/Director
(Public Affairs Television)
This series of nine half-hour programs with Bill Moyers features readings and conversations with poets at the 1998 Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival in Waterloo, New Jersey. (1999)

 

 

THE HATING POT – Producer/Director
(Global Village Media)
An hour-long television adaptation for PBS of Elizabeth Swados' project depicting contemporary scenarios of prejudice and racism through song and dance. Also includes question and answer periods with the school-aged audience as well as interviews with the cast focusing on real-life solutions for these everyday encounters. (1996)

 

 

JEAN HOUSTON: A PASSION FOR THE POSSIBLE – Producer/Director
(Global Village Media)
A sixty-minute pledge week special co-produced with Connecticut Public TV. (1995)

 

 

TENNESSEE WILLIAMS: ORPHEUS OF THE AMERICAN STAGE – Producer
(Global Village Media)
A ninety-minute documentary exploring the life and work of the great American writer. Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, aired on PBS’ American Masters series, and distributed worldwide. (1994)

 

 

STELLA ADLER: AWAKE AND DREAM! – Producer
(PBS/American Masters)
A documentary on the actress and teacher Stella Adler produced for the PBS series American Masters. Executive Producer: Jack Willis. Silver Hugo Chicago Film Festival 1989. (1989)

 

 

DIRECTED BY WILLIAM WYLER – Producer
(PBS/American Masters)
Academy Award-nominated documentary on the life and work of the American film director with Lillian Hellman, Charlton Heston, John Huston, Gregory Peck, Bette Davis and Barbra Streisand. Gold Hugo, Cine Golden Award, and the American Film & Video Festival's Blue Ribbon. (1986)

 

 

News and Public Affairs
 

BREAKING THE SILENCE: CHILDREN’S STORIES – Producer/Director
(Global Village Media)
Funded by the Mary Kay Foundation, this one-hour special for PBS focuses on the effects of domestic violence on children.  This is a follow-up to the program produced for PBS in 2001 entitled Breaking the Silence: Journeys of Hope. (2005)

 

 

JUSTICE AND JIHAD AND ISLAM VS. ISLAM – Producer/Director
(Public Affairs Television)
These two hour-long programs on Islam and the West were produced in conjunction with the Aspen Institute. Both programs were broadcast as special episodes of the weekly news show "NOW with Bill Moyers." (2002)

 

 

BREAKING THE SILENCE – Producer/Director
(Global Village Media)
A one-hour program for PBS funded by Mary Kay Foundation on domestic violence involving the legal system, advocates and personal interviews. (2001)

WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT VIOLENCE? – Executive Producer
(A Public Affairs Television Production)
A four-hour series produced for Bill Moyers that takes an in-depth look at youth, violence, and what positive actions can be taken towards the growing trend of violence in America. (1995)

HATE ON TRIAL – Producer/Director
(Global Village Media)
A program about the civil court trial of Tom and John Metzger, leaders of the hate group White Aryan Resistance. Bill Moyers and a panel of experts explicate the legal strategies employed and the constitutional issues at stake in this examination of the American justice system. (1992)

 

 

FACING HATE – Producer/Director
(Global Village Media)
A sixty-minute special co-produced with Bill Moyers' Public Affairs Television. Bill Moyers interviews the Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel about the role of hate in contemporary world affairs and about the terrifying experiences that launched Wiesel's own journey into the reality of hate. (1991)

BEYOND HATE – Producer/Director
(Global Village Media)
A ninety-minute special co-produced with Bill Moyers' Public Affairs Television and in association with the Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity. Featuring interviews with Nelson Mandela, Vaclav Havel, and Jimmy Carter. Silver Hugo, Cine Golden Eagle  (1991)

 

 

Music Programming

 

BARBARA HENDRICKS SINGS GERSHWIN – Director
(Cineteve, France)
An hour-long tribute to George Gershwin featuring Barbara Hendricks with the Monty Alexander Trio. (2005)

 

 

LITTLE RED CABOOSE – Producer/Director
(Global Village Media)
A pilot program to teach music to young children in a fun and educational way. (2001)

DAWN UPSHAW: VOICE OF AN ANGEL – Director
(Idéale Audience, France)
An hour-long program featuring the world-renowned soprano in the opera St. Francis directed by Peter Sellars. (1999)

CECE WINANS: A GOSPEL CELEBRATION – Producer/Director
(Tatge/Lasseur Production)
A performance documentary on the African-American gospel singer CeCe Winans, produced in association with Galilee Com and 1 Roof Productions. (1999)

HEARING EAR TO EAR WITH JAMES CONLON – Producer/Director
(Global Village Media)
Eight thirty-minute performance documentaries on the master class James Conlon gave to the finalists of the 10th Van Cliburn Piano Competition. (1998)

 

 

PLAYING WITH FIRE: THE TENTH VAN CLIBURN PIANO COMPETITION Producer/Director
(Global Village Media)
A ninety-minute documentary on young pianists competing in the 10th Van Cliburn Piano Competition. (1997)
 
CABARET – Director
(Thirteen/WNET – City Arts #106)
This program features work of the popular cabaret singer Mary Cleere Haran, filmed at the Rainbow Room. (1995)

A GRAND NIGHT – Producer
(WTTW/Chicago)
A ninety-minute PBS gala pledge special featuring Michael Feinstein, The Kronos Quartet, Shirley Jones, Leona Mitchell, Gerard Schwarz, et al. (1988)

GLENN MILLER: A MOONLIGHT SERENADE – Producer
(Tatge/Lasseur Productions)
Produced for PBS and UK’s Channel 4 in association with Silverlake Productions and RKB Productions, this salute to one of the world's most legendary musicians features Jack Jones, Van Johnson, Marion Hutton, Johnny Desmond, Tex Beneke and Anita Gillette. (1984)

 

 

Visual Arts Documentaries
 

FRESH INK – Producer/Director
(Tatge/Lasseur Productions)
Short films on three of the leading contemporary Chinese artists: Liu Dan, Li Jin and Li Huayi for Sotheby’s. The documentaries celebrate the rich diversity and creativity of Chinese art today and its profound connection to the millennia-long tradition of ink painting. (2012 and 2013)

 

 

PAINTING IN NY 1970s – Producer/Director
(Tatge/Lasseur Productions)
“We had to destroy it in order to save it”: Painting in New York in the 1970s is a visual conversation with Robert Pincus, Amy Cappellazzo and Barbara Rose that aims to shed light on the keeper of the lost language of painting, demonstrating that at this moment these artists were not only preserving painterly expression but redefining it for a new generation. Produced for Christie’s (2012)

 

 

RINGS OF PASSION: FIVE EMOTIONS IN WORLD ART – Producer/Director
(Ovation)
A sixty-minute television documentary with J. Carter Brown based on the Olympic Games exhibition at the High Museum in Atlanta. (1997)

ROBERT MOTHERWELL & THE NEW YORK SCHOOL: STORMING THE CITADEL – Producer/Director
(PBS/American Masters)
The film portrait is about Robert Motherwell, the distinguished artist and spokesman for Abstract Expressionism.  (1990)

 

Dance Programming
 

DANCING ACROSS BORDERS – Producer
(First Run Features)
A feature-length documentary that follows Cambodian folk dancer Sy Sar’s transformation to classical Western dance. (2010)

 

WOLF TRAP’S FACE OF AMERICA – Executive Producer
(PBS/Great Performances)
A special featuring four of the country’s most innovative choreographers, combining the grandeur of America’s National Parks with the art of the camera. Choreographers include Elizabeth Streb, Donald Byrd, Doug Varone and Project Bandaloop. (2007)

 

DANCES OF LIFE – Producer/Director
(Global Village Media)
A one-hour PBS performance documentary, in association with Pacific Islanders in Communications, is a journey to five Pacific Islands – New Zealand, Palau, Guam, Samoa and New Caledonia capturing the rich traditions of Pacific Dance. (2005)

 

HOLO MAI PELE – Producer/Director
(Global Village Media)
Produced for PBS’s Great Performances Dance in America series in association with Pacific Islanders in Communications is an hour-long performance program about the goddess epic of the Hawaiian people. (2001)

STILL/HERE – Producer/Director
(Global Village Media)
An hour-long television adaptation for PBS’s Great Performances of Bill T. Jones' dance and multimedia piece Still/Here that portrays individuals with life threatening diseases. Featuring dancers from the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane company as well as members of various workshops held by Mr. Jones throughout the country for people with fatal diseases. A co-production of Amaya Distribution and KTCA/Alive TV. (1995)

MARIA TALLCHIEF – Producer/Director
(Global Village Media)
An archival project commissioned by the George Balanchine Foundation. The piece chronicles Ms. Tallchief's experience with George Balanchine as she instructs today's dancers through his technique and relates a historical overview of events of their time and the creation of the New York City Ballet. (1995)

MARTHA GRAHAM: THE DANCER REVEALED – Producer/Director
(Global Village Media)
The film is about Martha Graham and her work, with emphasis on the nature and demands of her creative process, and how her art has been a part of shaping our contemporary culture. Produced for American Masters, Caméras Continentales, BBC, and La Sept/Arte. (1994)

 

BALANCHINE ESSAYS – Producer/Director
(Tatge/Lasseur Productions)
A series on the teaching and the technique of George Balanchine produced for the George Balanchine Foundation. (1990)

 

AMERICAN INDIAN DANCE THEATER: FINDING THE CIRCLE – Producer
(Tatge/Lasseur Productions)
A program of traditional Native American dance encompassing a diverse range of sacred, seasonal and celebratory Indian movement and music for PBS Great Performances/ Dance in America. Gold Plaque Chicago Festival 1989. (1989)

ON THE MOVE: THE CENTRAL BALLET OF CHINA – Producer
(Tatge/Lasseur Productions)
This performance documentary on the Central Ballet of China's tour of the United States aired on PBS and won numerous awards, including a Blue Ribbon at the American Film & Video Festival and Silver Plaque at the Chicago Film Festival. Cine Golden Eagle in 1988. (1986)

 

THE ALVIN AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER: THREE BY THREE – Producer
(Tatge/Lasseur Productions)
Featuring works by Alvin Ailey, Donald McKayle and Bill T. Jones. Produced in association with PBS's Great Performances and Polivideo, Switzerland. Gold Plaque Chicago Festival 1985. (1985)

 

 

Promotional/Fundraising Films

 

CALL TO THE WORLD – Producer/Director
Tatge/Lasseur Productions
A film for the Fetzer Institute calling for a movement to integrate spirituality into healthcare both in clinical settings as well as in medical education. (2014)

 

JONAS CENTER FOR NURSING EXCELLENCE – Producer/Director
Tatge/Lasseur Productions
A short video presenting the work of the Jonas Foundation for Nursing Excellence. (2010)

 

IMAGINING THE INFINITELY SMALL: A JOURNEY THROUGH THE NANOWORLD
(Columbia University)
A film on the science and applications of nanotechnology. (2008)

 

WNET/THIRTEEN, N.Y. GALA TRIBUTE – Producer/Director
(Tatge/Lasseur Productions)
A video tribute produced yearly to celebrate artists and philanthropists who have supported Public Television. This tribute video was created as part of the major fundraising event for the station. (2000-2008)

 

 

LIBRARY OF AMERICA – Producer/Director
(Tatge/Lasseur Productions)
This video celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the non-profit publishers of classic American literature. (2007)

 

 

NEW YORK CHOREOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE – Producer/Director
(Tatge/Lasseur Productions)
A video celebrating the fifth anniversary of this institute that encourages the development of choreographers and dancers involved in classical choreography by providing opportunities to develop their talents. (2005)

 

 

CHILDREN & THE ENVIRONMENT: CARING FOR CREATION – Producer/Director
(Tatge/Lasseur Productions)
Produced for The National Religious Partnership for the Environment. This film on environmental hazards to children focused on caring for creation through its expression in children. (2001)

AMERICANS DISCUSS SOCIAL SECURITY – Producer/Director
(Tatge/Lasseur Productions)
A calling card video funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts to introduce a two-year campaign by Americans Discuss Social Security to involve the American public in the Social Security debate. (1998)

INTRODUCTION TO CONGRESSIONAL RETREAT – Producer/Director
(Tatge/Lasseur Productions)
A 13-minute film shown to over 300 members of the House of  Representatives participating in a bipartisan congressional retreat. For the Aspen Institute (1997)

OUR MIXED-UP CULTURE – Producer/Director
(Tatge/Lasseur Productions)
A light-hearted but informative half-hour magazine hosted by Buck Henry and produced for General Motors on current trends in American culture with an emphasis on architecture, technology, and theater. (1994)

THE PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART – Producer/Director
(Tatge/Lasseur Productions)
A film presenting the Museum's collections and services for their $50 million fundraising campaign. (1988)

THE CAMPAIGN FOR CARNEGIE HALL – Producer/Director
A film about the history of the Hall and the famous artists who performed there. Produced to raise $50 million for the renovation of the Hall. (1985)

 

 

 

“A World of Ideas” with Bill Moyers
Public Affairs Television

 

GRO HARLEM BRUNDTLAND – Producer/Director
A conversation with the former Prime Minister of Norway on global development and the role of women in politics. (1990)

NADINE GORDIMER – Producer/Director
On the occasion of Nelson Mandela's release, the Nobel prize-winning novelist discusses her work and the political changes in her native South Africa. (1990)

LOUISE ERDRICH AND MICHAEL DORRIS – Producer/Director
Two separate programs: one on the Native American literary examination of the 500th anniversary of Columbus' discovery of America, and the other on fetal alcohol syndrome. (1988)

DEREK WALCOTT – Producer/Director
A conversation with the Nobel Prize-winning poet. (1988)

 

SARA LAWRENCE LIGHTFOOT – Producer/Director
Educator/author discusses her book Balm in Gilead, the story of her mother's experience as an African-American woman. (1988)

SISSELA BOK – Producer/Director
The Harvard philosophy professor talks with Moyers about public and private ethics and her book on lying. (1988)

 

 

Works and Process at the Guggenheim Museum
Produced in cooperation with the Guggenheim Museum for WNET/Thirteen, the series explores the creative processes of various international performing artists:
NEW YORK NOTES (1990)
THE WOOSTER GROUP: BRACE UP! (1990)
SOUNDSHAPE: TAN DUN (1990)
PAUL DRESHER AND NED ROTHENBERG: OPPOSITES ATTRACT (1989)
MAGUY MARIN: HEY WHAT'S ALL THIS TO ME!? (1989)
INVESTIGATION OF THE MURDER IN EL SALVADOR (1989)
TWYLA THARP: BUM'S RUSH (1989)
CHIANG CHING: VARIATIONS ON A POETESS' LAMENT (1989)
SUSAN MARSHALL: INTERIOR WITH SEVEN FIGURES (1988)
THE AMERICAN COMPOSERS ORCHESTRA: LOST IN THE STARS (1988)
FIVE (1988) With Charles Wuorinen, Jean Pierre Bonnefous & New York City Ballet dancers.
THE NEW YORK CITY OPERA: RASPUTIN (1988)
FOUR SECTIONS AND ELECTRIC COUNTERPOINT (1988) with Steve Reich and Pat Metheny
DISCOVERING THE MAHABHARATA (1987) An evening with Peter Brook, Jean Claude Carriere and actors and

musicians from The Mahabharata.
 
Websites and New Media
 

CROSS-CULTURAL INSPIRATION WEBSITE
Created for Terry Pearce Communications.  A multimedia exploration of the nature of inspiration including interviews with neuroscientists, artists, leaders, etc. (2012)