Cameraman/Director Alan Dater Selected Credits

The Presidents, Calvin Coolidge, a 13-part PBS series. Arts & Entertainment, Biography, The Vanderbilts, The Von Trapp Family, and Charles Lindbergh.

The World in Claire's Classroom, Vermont public school children spend half the school year studying a distant culture in this intimate portrait of a veteran first and second grade teacher and her classroom.

The Young At Heart, a feature length documentary about a chorus of elders, shooting in US and Europe.

The Activists, a one-hour documentary of three social activists.

Home To Tibet, an award winning one-hour documentary on the return to Tibet of a Tibetan refugee.

ABC News for the Discovery News Network, "Cow Cloning."

His Holiness the Dalai Lama's Visit to the United States.

Merrow Report, stories for the national PBS show.

Vermont Folklife Center, documentary portraits of Vermonters. Polygram Records, music videos for several of their recording artists.

Bridge Of Fire, a 1-hour documentary on two potters, filmed in Vermont and Japan. Opened at Museum of Modern Art. Winner of Cine Golden Eagle and Best Media Award at the Montreal Festival of Films on Art.

IBM: Applying Multimedia in Higher Education, a production for IBM on multimedia use in higher education.

Learning Matters: Admissions at Middlebury College, and Community Service, two half-hour documentaries for The Learning Channel, broadcast nationally.

Tom Peters, Segments for the PBS Network show Wall Street Week and Nightly Business Reports.

Jacques Cousteau, a two-hour special on Jacques Cousteau for Turner Broadcasting network.

Smithsonian World, a segment on Siberian tigers and endangered species management. Broadcast nationally on PBS.

Acid Rain, a 5-minute film for the Emmy Award-winning PBS show 3,2,1.

Mister Rogers Goes to Yale, Fred Rogers of the PBS children's show Mister Rogers' Neighborhood lectures at Yale University.

Spring, a Sesame Street film about springtime for national broadcast.

Baby Cries, a 10-minute film on scientific research and analysis of babies' cries. Produced for the HBO science show What on Earth.

Omni, The New Frontier, segments on nuclear fusion, bone regeneration and computer art, hosted by Peter Ustinov, broadcast nationally.

The Winter Olympics, a 1-hour documentary on the arts at the Lake Placid Winter Olympics, broadcast on PBS.

Lifeline, seven 1-hour medical documentaries for the Emmy Award-winning NBC series. Each show focused on a surgeon.

The Body Human, Emmy Award -winning medical series for CBS.

IBM Burlington, an IBM training film

Medcom, over thirty medical documentaries for Pharmaceutical firms.

Thanksgiving at Sing Sing, a 1-hour PBS film on Sing Sing prison.