The Toxic Clouds of 9/11, A Looming
Health Disaster- High Definition 60 min. Broadcast on satellite
service: Direct TV to 18 million households, distributed nationally via
DVD. The Toxic Clouds of 9/11 is the only in-depth documentary that
examines the long term health risks the first-responders face from the
rescue & cleanup efforts after the Twin Towers attack on Sept. 11,
2001. A CineVision Production, Richard Startzman creative director.
O'Keeffe: The Other Georgia O'Keeffe- 60 min. Award winning
documentary Directed and Produced by Richard Startzman of CineVision
and Charlie Cullin. It is the story of Georgia O'Keeffe and her foster
son Jackie Suazo. Jackie lived with O'Keeffe for 10 years and during
that time she taught him how to paint. This film shows rare insights
into O'Keeffe's life and investigates a controversial series of
paintings called the "Canyon Suite" which were de-authenticated because
many of the watercolors were painted either by Jackie Suazo or by
Jackie and Georgia. Hosted by Academy Award Nominee, Marsha Mason.
Visionary DVD Club: Worldwide monthly subscription, 47 issues as of
date. 3.5 hours running time. Featuring The Message Companies
collection of over 1500 visionary speakers on the subjects of Science,
Enlightenment, Sacred Sexuality and Consciousness. Speakers include
Matthew Fox, Rupert Sheldrake, Bruce Lipton, Edgar Mitchell and many
The Santa Fe Opera- Richard Startzman, Executive
Producer. Richard has produced all Santa Fe Opera productions for the
last 6 years including "Opera in the Park" 2004 a live satellite
telecast with five cameras covering Handles La Sonnambula Opera.
Silence of Cricket Coogler: A Political Murder- 90 min. AXIEM Award
winner, Best Documentary, 2000 This full length historic documentary
feature tells the story of the unsolved murder of Cricket Coogler and
how her death caused the Mafia to choose Las Vegas, Nevada for
legalized gambling rather than Santa Fe, New Mexico. Over 7 years of
research, this film was created by Tres Partes Films; edited and
co-directed by Richard Startzman and Charlie Cullin. Official film
festival showings: New York International Independent Film Festival,
Denver International Film Festival, Sacramento Film Festival, and The
Santa Fe Film Festival.
Gulf War Syndrome: Aftermath of a Toxic
Battlefield- 60min. 2005 Winner: The Telly Award: Best Documentary and
2 Videographer Awards, Best of Social Issues and Best Documentary..
Produced by Richard Startzman and Alison Johnson. The film explores the
complex causes of Gulf War Syndrome. Distributed to all members of the
U.S. Congress members, DOD, Veterans Administration, as well as the
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: How Chemical Exposures
May Be Affecting Your Health- 2004 three 90 min. videos in the series.
MCS, Gulf War Syndrome and Environmental Illness are the subject of
this feature length informative documentary series that depicts the
cutting edge of medicine's understanding of these conditions. Produced
and directed by Richard Startzman and Alison Johnson.
In The River- 20 min video about organic farming of herbs on Marsha
Mason's ranch in Abiquiu .The video concerns the detailed process of
growing and harvesting medicinal herbs, with Marsha Mason explaining
the importance of the physical and spiritual care of these plants.
in the Sun- 28 min. The State of New Mexico, Energy, Minerals, and
Natural Resources Department with the collaboration of Jeff Klein and
Associates and Cine Video Productions (Richard Startzman, Director)
produced this video. The definitive video on Solar Energy Home Building
Techniques for first place honors in the U.S. Department of Energy's
(BEEP Award: Best Energy Education Promotion) 50 state competition on
energy education. Directed, shot, & edited by Richard Startzman,
the film is a humanistic and "low key" approach to energy education
that appeals to Southwestern demographics.
Mexicans Rehabilitating Historic Buildings: Success Stories- Historic
Preservation Division and Cine Video Productions completed production
of a 35 minute video entitled: "New Mexicans Rehabilitating Historic
Buildings: Success Stories" The production called for regional travel
to cultural properties, interviewing the owners in a "This Old House"
format. The video not only takes the viewer on a tour of the historic
building, but it is designed to inform the audience of the process and
experience of Historic Preservation says producer/director Richard
Startzman of Cine Video. HPD carefully chose rehabilitation projects
that exemplified the process of "adaptive reuse" of historic buildings,
meaning, changing the intended use of a building while maintaining the
distinctive historic and architectural features. Funding for the
project came through HPD from the National Park Service. The video is
intended to be distributed to individuals interested in doing their own
historic preservation projects, builders, Realtors, mortgage bankers,
tax accountants and others. The video will be available from HPD for
purchase and loan. Award: Albuquerque Community Contribution Award 1998.
First - Sixth Annual International Conferences on Science and
Consciousness, Albuquerque, New Mexico: Over 100 90 min. to 2-hour
videos about the current state of research into the boundaries of
science and the philosophy of consciousness.
of Earthen Building Materials- 60 min. Produced by the Historic
Preservation Division, Office of Cultural Affairs, The State of New
Mexico, as well as funding from national and international sources at
the UN, the film explains the scientific and highly technical nature of
testing methodology involved in historic preservation of earthen
buildings. Richard Startzman, Director/ Editor and Cameraman for this
internationally oriented program teaches scientists methods for earthen
building materials analysis to determine the best modalities to
preserve our earthen building treasures. Produced in English and
transcoded for worldwide distribution. It is the definitive reference
video for this type of architectural preservation.
The First -
Tenth Annual International Conferences on Business and Consciousness-
Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta, and Acapulco, Mexico: Over 350 90 min. and 2
hour videos in the series. The series depicts the worlds leading
theorists & authors in delivering their most up to date white
papers and workshops.
Totah: Land Where the Rivers Meet- (An
early history of the City of Farmington and the San Juan Basin) 28
min. Produced and directed by Richard Startzman of Cine Video
Productions and Don Heath of Visions West, the story of Farmington's
early history is told by the old timers and locals of the area. Shot
documentary style but stylized by editor Richard Startzman, the
character of this little known town comes to life as a real and
palatable community whose history still lives on today. Researched,
narrated and written by Don Heath for the City of Farmington and the
Farmington Museum's Educational Outreach Program.
Assisted Vaginal Hysterectomy)- A series of 30, 60 minute films teaching
the latest techniques in gynecological surgery with Dr. Michael
Seitsinger. Winner: AMA best medical video of 1997.
Corporate Video- 18 min. This corporate video piece displays the style
of the on camera presenter (played by local Santa Feen, Stephanie
Jones). Directed and edited by Richard Startzman of Cine Video for
thousands of Nambe Mills outlets nationwide.
The First - Sixth Annual International Conferences on Science and Consciousness- Albuquerque, New Mexico: Over 100 90 min. to 2-hour videos about the current state of research into the boundaries of science and the philosophy of consciousness.
Characterization of Earthen Building Materials- 60 min. Produced by the Historic Preservation Division, Office of Cultural Affairs, The State of New Mexico, as well as funding from national and international sources at the UN, the film explains the scientific and highly technical nature of testing methodology involved in historic preservation of earthen buildings. Richard Startzman, Director/ Editor and Cameraman for this internationally oriented program teaches scientists methods for earthen building materials analysis to determine the best modalities to preserve our earthen building treasures. Produced in English and transcoded for worldwide distribution. It is the definitive reference video for this type of architectural preservation.
The First - Seventh Annual International Conferences on Business and Consciousness- Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta, and Acapulco, Mexico: Over 150 90 min. and 2 hour videos in the series. The series depicts the worlds leading theorists & authors in delivering their most up to date white papers and workshops.
Santa Maria El Mirador- 8min. Cine Vision and Charles Thomas Productions team up on this piece about a local Santa Fe agency's determination to challenge the developmentally disabled into self sufficiency, and independent living. Written by Richard Startzman and Marilyn Taylor. Directed and edited by Richard Startzman.
City of Las Vegas- 10 min. Addy Award for editing was given to Richard Startzman for his part in creating this video about Las Vegas as an "old movie" town.
Baca Land Grant # 1- 12 min. Cine Vision produced an informational video on the acquisition of the Baca Land Grant by the federal government for both houses of the US Congress, and President Clinton. The land is now being considered for National Park status. Directed and edited by Richard Startzman.
Lynn Pickard Political Campaign- 30 sec. Spots Cine Vision produced 2 spots for Lynn Pickard, Lynn received more actual votes than President Clinton, largely due to the TV spot.
Cathy Roe's Dance Video Series- Over 100 videos instructing the dance instructor on the fine points of Ballet, Tap, Jazz, and Lyrical dance. Directed and produced by Richard Startzman and Cathy Roe, national distribution, 11 teaching award certificates.
Magic Flute and Albert Herring
Tomorrows America: (Richard Startzman is one of the producers)
North American Institute (Produced by Being There)