Student films, in Oregon

Hamlet (1951-52, 8mm), shot on campus, University of Oregon

The Silver Spur (1956, 16mm), shot in the Blue family backyard, Portland


Student film, in Paris

Une Tragedie en Trois Mauvaises Actions (1958, 35mm) at L’Institut des hautes études cinématographiques (IDHEC), in Paris


Films made while employed by Georges Derocles, at Les Studios Africa in Algiers

Le Voleur (Algeria, 1960, 35mm, 20 min.)

Amal (Algeria, 1960, 35mm, 21min.)

La Princesse Muette (Algeria, 1960, 12 min.)

L’Avare (Algeria, 1960, short)

Le Jardin des Roses (Algeria, 1960, 18 min.)

L’Endormi (Algeria, 1961, 35mm, 10 min.)

Le Menuisier (Algeria, 1961, 35mm, 10 min.)

Le Match-de-Catch (Algeria, 1961, 12 min.)

Les Oliviers de la Justice (Algeria/France, 1962, 35mm, b/w, 90 min.) Winner of the Critics Prize at Cannes


Films made while employed by George Stevens, Jr. for United States Information Agency

Letter from Colombia (1962, 35mm, 10 min.)

School at Rincon Santo (1962, 35mm, 10 min.)

Evil Wind Out (1962, 35mm, 10 min.)

The March (The March to Washington, 1963-1964, 35mm, 33 min.)


Films made while teaching at UCLA

Prologue to George Roy Hill’s Hawaii (1966)

A Few Notes On Our Food Problem (with Stevan Larner, 1968, 35mm, color, 35 min.) Oscar Nominee


Films made in Houston, while co-directing the Rice Media Center

Karate Texas (1971-1973, Super-8, color, unfinished)

Kenya Boran (with David MacDougall, 1974, 16mm, color, 66min.)

Who Killed Fourth Ward?: A Non-fiction Mystery in Three Parts (1976-1977, Super-8 and video, color, 3 one-hour segments)

The Invisible City: Houston Housing Crisis (with Adele Santos, 1977-1979, Super-8 and video, color, 5 one-hour segments)

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