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Paul Cowan (II)

Paul Cowan is a director and cinematographer, known for Paris 1919: Un traité pour la paix (2009), The Peacekeepers (2005) and Going the Distance (1979). See full bio »
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 2014 The Wanted 18 (Documentary)
 2012 Engraved on a Nation (TV Series documentary) (1 episode)
- The Crash (2012)
 2009 Paris 1919: Un traité pour la paix (TV Movie documentary)
 2005 The Peacekeepers (Documentary)
 2001 Westray (Documentary)
 2000 Give Me Your Soul... (Documentary)
 1995 Lessons (Documentary)
 1988 See No Evil (Documentary)
 1986 At the Wheel: After the Crash (Documentary)
 1986 At the Wheel: Under the Influence (Documentary)
 1986 No Accident (Short documentary)
 1983 Anybody's Son Will Do (Documentary)
 1983 The Deadly Game of Nations (Documentary)
 1983 The Kid Who Couldn't Miss (Documentary)
 1982 War (TV Mini-Series documentary) (episode "Anybody's Son Will Do", episode "Deadly Game of Nations, The")
 1981 Where the Buoys Are (Documentary short)
 1980 Coming Back Alive (Documentary short)
 1980 Stages (Documentary)
 1979 Going the Distance (Documentary)
 1977 I'll Go Again (Documentary short)
 1976 Coaches (Documentary)
 1975 Descent (Short documentary)
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Paul D. Cowan

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