My apprenticeship in film was served ghostwriting what was to have been the first American film by the legendary Hungarian filmmaker Marta Meszaros. That year of close collaboration with one of Europe’s great artists of the cinema has continued to influence my sense of the medium.

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TRIANGLEOn March 25, 1911, the Triangle Waist Company, located on the upper three stories of a building just off New York City's Washington Square, went up in flames. In the fire's brief eighteen minutes, it cost 146 lives. Based on two years of original research, this is a story of corrupt political bosses, dewy-eyed reformers, innocent young girls dreaming of a better life, and a deadly fire. A panoramic portrait of a world in the midst of change.

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