Chuck Workman

Chuck Workman's theatrical short, "Precious Images," made for the Directors Guild of America, won an Academy Award for Best Live Action Short and has become the most widely shown short in film history. It was recently selected as a landmark film for preservation by the Library of Congress National Film Registry. Workman wrote, directed and produced several documentaries, including "Superstar," a theatrical documentary on artist Andy Warhol which appeared at the Berlin Festival, London Film Festival, and several other festivals. Workman's history of the motion picture, "The First 100 Years," appeared on HBO, and received a Cable ACE Award. He produced and directed "The Source," a documentary film on the Beat Generation, with performance sequences starring John Turturro, Dennis Hopper, and Johnny Depp. This film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. His documentary "Visionaries," on experimental film, was at the Tribeca Festival in 2010. He has just completed a feature length film ess

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