Alan Dater is known for his work on Taking Root: The Vision of Wangari Maathai (2008), You Got to Move (1985) and Someone Sang for Me (2002). See full bio »

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You Got to Move
You Got to Move Cinematographer
Someone Sang for Me
Someone Sang for Me Cinematographer


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 2007 Sonia (Documentary) (director of photography: New York)
 2002 The Secret Life of the Brain (TV Mini-Series documentary) (additional photography - 1 episode)
- The Baby's Brain: Wider Than the Sky (2002) ... (additional photography)
  Operation: Lifeline (TV Series documentary) (additional cinematographer - 6 episodes, 1978 - 1979) (camera operator - 2 episodes, 1978 - 1979)
- Dr. Joan Hodgeman (1979) ... (camera operator)
- Robert Simon: Vascular Surgeon (1979) ... (additional cinematographer)
- Dr. Theodore Kurze (1979) ... (additional cinematographer)
- Dr. J. Alex Haller, Jr. (1978) ... (additional cinematographer)
- Daniel Smith (1978) ... (additional cinematographer)
 1973 Gospel Road: A Story of Jesus (photographer)
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