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Michael Burlingame (I)

Michael Burlingame is an editor and director, known for Nine Hundred Nights (2001), A Woman in Half (1991) and To a Random (1986). See full bio »

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Nine Hundred Nights
A Woman in Half
A Woman in Half Director
To a Random
To a Random Director
Joy Road
Joy Road Editor


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 2013 Sandy: Left in Her Wake (TV Movie documentary)
 2013 The House That Never Wavered (TV Movie documentary)
 2009 In Face of Disability (Short)
 2004 Joy Road
 2004 Gunsmoke Blues (Video documentary)
 2003 Dave Matthews Band: The Central Park Concert (TV Special documentary)
 2001 Nine Hundred Nights (Video documentary)
 1999 Winter Solstice on Ice (TV Movie documentary)
 1999 Dave Matthews Band: Listener Supported (Video documentary)
 1998 Neil Diamond: The Making of 'The Movie Album' (TV Movie documentary)
 1993 Bob Dylan: 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration (TV Special documentary)
 1991 Sting at the Hollywood Bowl (TV Movie documentary)
 1990 Midnight Oil: Black Rain Falls (Video documentary)
 1990 Blazing Away (Video)
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