Rex Pickett Papers

Special Collections & Archives
Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego
Copyright 2014
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla 92093-0175

Descriptive Summary

Languages: English
Contributing Institution: Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla 92093-0175
Title: Rex Pickett Papers
Identifier/Call Number: MSS 0750
Physical Description: 24.6 Linear feet (38 archives boxes, 3 flat boxes, 7 card file/media boxes, 11 film reels, and 1 records box)
Date: 1940-2013 (bulk 1970-2013)
Abstract: The papers of Rex Pickett, American novelist, screenwriter, film maker and playwright best known for his novel Sideways and his play based on the novel. The papers document Pickett's childhood through his writing career to date. The bulk of the papers cover the period of the 1970s through 2013 and include biographical materials, correspondence, journals, manuscript and typescript drafts of his novels, screenplays, and other writings, as well as photographic material and media.

Preferred Citation

Rex Pickett Papers, MSS 750. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego.

Publication Rights

Publication rights are held by the creator of the collection.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Rex Pickett Papers document Pickett's professional career as a novelist, screenwriter, film maker and playwright. Materials include biographical information, journals, correspondence, manuscript and typescript drafts of his novels, screenplays and other writings, and photographic material. It also includes media such as reel-to-reel tapes, cassettes, VHS, and digital media such as CDs and discs.


Rex Michael Pickett was born on July 9, 1952 at Castle Air Force Base in Merced County, California. Rex, the second of three boys to Major Russell Raymond Pickett and Mrs. Anna Marie (Kuchta) Pickett, attended grade school through high school in San Diego, graduating from Clairemont High in 1970. Pickett describes the first time he realized his potential as a writer was with a poem he wrote for his high school annual poking fun at the principal which garnered some attention, "And I thought, hmm, the power of words."
Pickett went on to attend the University of California, San Diego. He was a student of the American painter, writer, and film critic Manny Farber, whom Pickett describes, along with C. G. Jung, as being his greatest influence. In Farber's classes Pickett met fellow film student Barbara Schock. The couple would later marry and start their own film production company, Nightfilm Production, Inc. and later, Deadwood Productions. As an undergraduate, Pickett was a founder, co-editor and contributor to the student publication, Crawl Out Your Window, and co-wrote and self-published a book of poetry, If ears could see, if eyes could hear… (1973). Pickett graduated summa cum laude from UC San Diego in 1976 with a B.A as a Special Projects major, his diploma reading, "Specializing in Contemporary Literary and Film Criticism and Creative Writing".
After UC San Diego, Pickett enrolled at the University of Southern California graduate film school. He left USC after one year to pursue making independent feature films. Pickett and Schock worked together on two feature films during the 1980s and early 1990s, California Without End (1984), which was sold to Bavarian Radio Television, and From Hollywood to Deadwood (1989), sold to Island Pictures, now part of MGM. Their most successful collaboration to date was Pickett's screenplay, directed by Schock, entitled My Mother Dreams the Satan's Disciples in New York (1999) for which Schock won the 2000 Academy Award for Best Live Action Short.
The early to mid '90s was primarily a period of screenwriting for Pickett. He wrote over 25 screenplays, including an uncredited rewrite of the 20th Century Fox film Alien III (1990); Striking it Rich, a screen adaptation of the Craig Vetter novel (1992); and an original screenplay The Road Back (1993), optioned to Silverfilm Productions and DePasse Productions, which later formed part of the basis for his second published novel, Vertical (2011). In 1996, Pickett began his first novel, a mystery entitled La Purisima, which he hoped would be the beginning of a detective series. La Purisima, although never published, landed him representation with the Curtis Brown Ltd. literary agency and paved the way for Pickett's next novel, Sideways.
As the backdrop for Sideways, Pickett, an avid low-handicap golfer, fell in love with California's Santa Ynez Valley. The uncrowded golf courses and inexpensive winery tasting rooms inspired the set up for the story based on his road trips out to the valley with his friend Roy Gittens during the 1990s. Pickett describes his writing style, epitomized in Sideways, as having a quality of "verisimilitude." Finished in 1999, Sideways was rejected by over 100 publishers on three separate rounds of submissions. In 2000 the novel was optioned by writer/director Alexander Payne. Payne decided to make About Schmidt before Sideways, and the novel was eventually published by St. Martin's Press in June of 2004. The film, adapted by Alexander Payne and his writing partner Jim Taylor, was released in the fall of 2004. Sideways went on to win over 350 awards including the 2005 Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay and two Golden Globe awards. In 2006, the screenplay was voted by the Writers Guild of America as one of the 101 Greatest Screenplays of All Time.
Dissatisfied with the lack of promotion for Sideways, Pickett went the self-publishing route for Vertical (2011), his sequel to Sideways, and founded his own press. Vertical went on to win the Gold Medal for Fiction from the Independent Publisher Book Awards in 2012.
Inspired by the success and cult following of Sideways, Pickett was approached by the Ruskin Group Theatre Company in 2011 to do a stage adaptation of his novel. The play opened and ran for six months at Santa Monica's Ruskin Theatre under the direction of Amelia Mulkey. In late 2012, Pickett was invited as a guest of the goverment of Chile to research and write the third installment of the Sideways trilogy.
In 2013, Pickett brought Sideways: The Play to the campus of his alma mater, UC San Diego, with extended performances at The La Jolla Playhouse under Tony award-winning and La Jolla Playhouse Director Emeritus, Des McAnuff. Pickett has continued to promote the play and work on his third novel of the Sideways trilogy set in Chilean wine country.


Materials in Series 5, MEDIA AND RECORDINGS, including film reels are restricted.

Acquisition Information

Acquired 2012.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Motion picture plays
Novelists, American -- Manuscripts
Screenwriters -- United States -- Manuscripts
Pickett, Rex -- Archives



Scope and Content of Series

The BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS series contains juvenalia including Pickett's childhood and school photographs and diplomas; address books; family photographs, portraits and Pickett's wedding album of his marriage to director, filmmaker Barbara Schock; some realia relating to Pickett's career in the film industry, scrapbooks and other biographical materials are also included. The materials range in date from 1943, which includes family photographs, to 2012.
Box 1, Folder 1

Address books


Certificates and Awards

Box 1, Folder 2

Birth announcement, certificate of Baptism, International Driving Permit 1952, 1953, 1971

Box 1, Folder 3

Junior High and High School certificates and memorabilia 1967-1970

Box 1, Folder 4

Little League Baseball certificate and team photo 1964 July 11

Box 1, Folder 5

Independent Publishers Book Award, for Vertical, 2012

Box 1, Folder 6

Contracts - Agents and Lawyers

Box 1, Folder 7

Golf memorabilia



Box 1, Folder 8

Family photographs - Pickett's parents and siblings ca. 1943-1975

Box 1, Folder 9

Grade school class pictures 1958-1964

Box 1, Folder 10


Box 1, Folder 11

Sideways cast and crew

Box 1, Folder 12

Wedding album photographs undated

Box 1, Folder 13

Misc photographs

Oversize FB-525, Folder 5

Oversized photographs - Rex Pickett with Alexander Payne at Sanford Winery, Pickett on set of California Without End undated

Box 45

Realia - Wallet, watch, ring, personalized matchbook, Sideways baseball cap

Box 1, Folder 14

Slides - Cheyenne, WY 1985 and undated

Oversize FB-523

Scrapbook - Sideways Oscars, SAG Awards and Golden Globe Awards buzz 2004-2005

Oversize FB-524

Scrapbook - From Hollywood to Deadwood, My Mother Dreams the Satan's Disciples in New York, and Sideways reviews, articles, invitations and other memorabilia 1988-2005

Box 1, Folder 15

UCSD Special Studies form and UCSD Bachelor of Arts diploma 1974, 1976



Scope and Content of Series

The CORRESPONDENCE SERIES, arranged alphabetically by correspondent, is comprised of letters, cards, postcards and some printed e-mail and includes personal correspondence with friends and family members as well as professional correspondence with agents, publishing houses, film production companies and others related to the publishing and film industries. Notable correspondence is with Pickett's publishing agents at Curtis Brown, Ltd. and include letters from publishing houses regarding his novels La Purisima and Sideways. The series ranges in date from 1973 to 2003.
Box 2, Folder 1

Carlson, Krista 2002 & undated

Box 2, Folder 2

Curtis Brown Ltd. (Letters from publishing houses to Pickett's agents Mitchell S. Waters and Jess Taylor) 1997-1999

Box 2, Folder 3

Freilicher, Melvyn 1973-1974

Box 2, Folder 4

Hoshen, Shiri 1996-1997 & undated

Box 2, Folder 5

Nations, Opal L. 1975 & undated

Box 2, Folder 6

Orange, Wendy 1973-1974

Box 2, Folder 7

Payne, Alexander and Michael London (re: Sideways) 2000, 2003

Box 2, Folder 8

Pickett, Anna (mother) undated

Box 2, Folder 9

Schock, Barbara (ex-wife) 1994-2003, & undated

Box 2, Folder 10

Woodard, Miriam and Ken. Mark Woodard photograph 2000 and undated

Box 38, Folder 13

Independent Feature Project, newsletter, correspondence and playbill featuring California Without End, March-October, 1983

Box 2, Folder 11

Miscellaneous correspondence



Scope and Content of Series

The WRITINGS series includes handwritten and typescript drafts of Pickett's articles, journals, novels, screenplays and plays and includes both completed and unfinished works. The series is arranged into four subseries: A) Articles, B) Journals, C) Novels, Screenplays, and Plays; D) Collaborations and E) Other Writings.
A) Articles contains clippings of published articles written by Pickett. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by title and ranges in date from 2004 through 2012. Included in this subseries are the awards: North American Travel Journalists Association Best Domestic Magazine Article, 2006 and North American Travel Journalists Association First Place Award, 2008.
B) Journals, arranged chronologically, contains Pickett's personal journals with typescript and handwritten notebook pages. Included in this are dream journals as well as filming/project journals from Los Angeles and London. The materials range in date from 1972 to 2013.
C) The Novels, Screenplays, and Plays subseries includes handwritten and typescript drafts of Pickett's work. Many drafts include marginalia and edits. The series is arranged chronologically by title of work, and includes most notably drafts of his two independent feature films California Without End (1985) and From Hollywood to Deadwood (1990), his short screenplay My Mother Dreams the Satan's Disciples in New York (1999) which won the 2000 Academy Award for Best Live Action Short, his first published novel Sideways (2004) the source material for which Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor won the 2005 Academy Award for best adapted screenplay, and Sideways: The Play drafts of Pickett's novel adapted to the stage. This series also contains some related professional correspondence to editors and film production staff. The series ranges in date from 1974 to 2013.
D) Other Writings includes earlier works such as drafts of unfinished screenplays, poems, treatments, notes, short scripts, novelettes and other works by Pickett. The files range in date from 1974 to 1984 include many undated partial works. In most cases, the files retain Pickett's original folder titles.
E) The Collaborations subseries includes Pickett's early work on a self-published book of poems entitled If ears could see, if eyes could hear, if hearts could be everywhere and omniscient! which he co-wrote with Kim Vacariu, June 1973 and his collaboration on the UCSD student publication Crawl Out Your Window from June, 1975.


Box 2, Folder 12

Blown 'Sideways' Through Life, The Biz, Premiere 2004 October

Box 2, Folder 13

Case Closed: the Guy Who Came in From the Cold, Wine Enthusiast 2004 October

Box 2, Folder 14

How I Got 'Sideways', Travel and Leisure Golf, includes North American Travel Journalists Association Best Domestic Magazine Article Award 2006 May/June

Box 2, Folder 15

La Purisima, California Golf 1992 December

Box 2, Folder 16

Looking into Golf's Future, California Golf 1993

Box 2, Folder 17

Ojai Valley Rhapsody, Travel + Leisure Golf, Includes North American Travel Journalists Association First Place Award 2008 January/February

Box 2, Folder 18

Reds, Whites and Greens: The Connoisseur's Guide to the Best of Wine and Golf, Travel + Leisure Golf 2007 March/April

Box 2, Folder 19

Take Me to the Valley, Travel + Leisure Golf 2009



Box 3, Folder 1-4

Dream journals 1971 December-1972 September, and undated

Box 3, Folder 5-7

1972 May-1973 February

Box 4, Folder 1-9

1973 May-1980 December

Box 5, Folder 1-9

1981 January-1986 July

Box 6, Folder 1-8

1986 April-1991 January

Box 7, Folder 1-9

1991 January-1993 July


Novels, Screenplays, Plays

Box 8, Folder 1-5

Suicide Last Summer 1974

Box 8, Folder 6-7

Crash 1975

Box 9, Folder 1-4

Critical Mass, screenplay by Rex Pickett and Howard Cohen 1976

Box 9, Folder 5-8

a.k.a. Eric Dolan ca. 1976

Box 9, Folder 9-10

Operation Culiacan 1978

Box 10, Folder 1-4

Operation Culiacan

Box 10, Folder 5-6

Point of Decay 1978

Oversize FB-525, Folder 1

Point of Decay - Poster for film by Rex Pickett, Howard Cohen and Henry Witkowski 1978

Box 10, Folder 7-10

The Decision 1978

Box 11, Folder 1-4

The Decision

Box 11, Folder 5-8

Fashion, Flesh and Fantasy 1979

Box 11, Folder 9-11

Interior Night L.A. (1979)

Box 12, Folder 1-4

Interior Night L.A., also notes for A Novel of Desire

Box 12, Folder 5-11

California Without End (also under title, A Time of Uncertainty) (1985)

Box 13, Folder 1-8

California Without End (also under title, A Time of Uncertainty) (1985)

Box 14, Folder 1-10

California Without End (also under title, A Time of Uncertainty) (1985)

Box 15, Folder 1-9

California Without End (also under title, A Time of Uncertainty) (1985)

Box 16, Folder 1-13

California Without End (also under title, A Time of Uncertainty) (1985)

Box 17, Folder 1-7

California Without End (also under title, A Time of Uncertainty) (1985)

Oversize FB-525, Folder 2

California Without End (also under title, A Time of Uncertainty) - Director's clapboard

Box 17, Folder 8-11

Who Shot Samuel Ray? (also under title Who Shot Sam Fuller?) 1983

Box 18, Folder 4-7

Red Wind, adapted screenplay based on novel by Raymond Chandler 1983

Box 18, Folder 8

Decoy or Man Bites Dog 1990

Box 37, Folder 9

Decoy or Man Bites Dog

Box 18, Folder 9-14

From Hollywood to Deadwood (1989)

Box 19, Folder 1-20

From Hollywood to Deadwood

Box OM-1, Folder 1

From Hollywood to Deadwood - Laserdisc

Oversize FB-525, Folder 3

From Hollywood to Deadwood - Director's clapboard 1986 December 18

Box 19, Folder 21-22

Knife in the Heart 1989

Box 38, Folder 11

Knife in the Heart - Contracts and related correspondence. Under original proposed title This Little Ziggy

Box 20, Folder 1-8

The Road Back (also under title Sheboygan, WI) 1995

Box 21, Folder 1-7

The Road Back (also under title Sheboygan, WI)

Box 22, Folder 1-11

Alien III 1990

Box 22, Folder 12

Alien III by Walter Hill/David Giler 1991

Box 23, Folder 1-2

Alien III

Box 23, Folder 3-8

Baja Hideaway 1991

Box 24, Folder 1-6

Baja Hideaway

Box 24, Folder 7

Lily, an adaptation of a short story by Jane Smiley 1991

Box 24, Folder 8

Dreamboat 1991

Box 25, Folder 1-4

29% Less Full, with notes by Barbara Schock 1992

Box 25, Folder 5-6

Striking it Rich 1992

Box 37, Folder 10

Inside of Me 1994

Box 37, Folder 11

Raw 1994

Box 37, Folder 12-13

Desperate Measures 1995

Box 38, Folder 1-2

Gryphon, based on a short story by Charles Baxter 1995

Box 25, Folder 7-12

My Mother Dreams the Satan's Disciples in New York (Also under title My Mother Dreams the Hell's Angels in New York) 1999


Includes typescript drafts, publicity and Academy award news and related correspondence.
Box 38, Folder 3-7

My Mother Dreams the Satan's Disciples in New York (Also under title My Mother Dreams the Hell's Angels in New York) various dated drafts

Box 25, Folder 13

The Squatter

Box 26, Folder 1-7

La Purisima (A Raymond Savage Mystery) 1996

Box 27, Folder 1-4

La Purisima (A Raymond Savage Mystery)

Box 32, Folder 15-17

Repairman 2007

Box 38, Folder 8-10

Vertical: A Novel - Proofs 2011



Box 28, Folder 1-2

Novel by Rex Pickett, under original title Two Guys on Wine 2003

Box 28, Folder 3-7

Drafts of novel 2003

Box 29, Folder 1-7

Drafts of novel 2003

Box 30, Folder 1

Drafts of novel 2003

Box 30, Folder 2-4

Proofs of novel 2004

Box 30, Folder 5-6

First draft of adapted screenplay by Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor 2003

Box 31, Folder 1-4

Drafts of adapted screenplay by Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor 2003

Box 31, Folder 5

Sideways: The Play - Draft 2013

Box 31, Folder 6

Sideways: The Play - Memorabilia 2013

Oversize AB-28-E

Sideways: The Play - Poster from the La Jolla Playhouse production 2013

Box 32, Folder 1

Cartoons by John McPherson and Jeff Stahler 2005

Box 32, Folder 2

Contracts, related correspondence with Endeavor

Box 32, Folder 3

Related correspondence

Box 32, Folder 4

Japanese contract

Oversize FB-525, Folder 4

Canvas from "director's chair"

Box 32, Folder 5

Memorabilia, various

Oversize MC-21-08

Movie poster 2004

Box 32, Folder 6-8

Publicity, press kit, promotional materials and correspondence

Box 32, Folder 9

Shooting schedule

Box 32, Folder 10

Ticket for Academy Awards and playbills

Box 32, Folder 11

Production materials

Box 32, Folder 12

Writers and Artists Agency correspondence and payments


Other Writings

Box 33, Folder 1

Metaxy: Passkey 1974 May

Box 33, Folder 2

...And Then Pomeroy Drew His Knife 1974 July

Box 33, Folder 3

Tetrakis 1978 May

Box 33, Folder 4

The Ca$tle 1978 May

Box 33, Folder 5

Hollywood Babble On! 1978-1979, 1991

Box 33, Folder 6

A True Story Never Told

Box 33, Folder 7-8

Wiretrap 1978

Box 33, Folder 9

Out of Context 1979 January

Box 33, Folder 10

The Disco Phenomena - Article for Eros Publishing 1979 May

Box 33, Folder 11

Diary of a Screenwriter 1979 June-July

Box 33, Folder 12

The Long Goodbye 1987 November

Box 33, Folder 13

Style as Sensibility in Wim Wender's Kings of the Road 1980 February

Box 33, Folder 14

The Real Estate Broker's Anxiety at the Close of Escrow 1980 February

Box 33, Folder 15-24

2nd Raymond Savage Mystery 1983-1984

Box 34, Folder 1-3

Against the Tide undated

Box 34, Folder 4

The Avacado Nightmare undated

Box 34, Folder 5

The Avacado Op undated

Box 34, Folder 6

Beverly Hills Cop undated

Box 34, Folder 7

Beyond Alcohol and Art undated

Box 34, Folder 8

The Black Eagle undated

Box 34, Folder 9

The Chicken Man undated

Box 34, Folder 10

The Combat Zone undated

Box 34, Folder 11

Del Mar Alexanderplatz undated

Box 34, Folder 12

Disengaged undated

Box 34, Folder 13

The Director undated

Box 34, Folder 14

Disclosures undated

Box 34, Folder 15

Drought undated

Box 34, Folder 16

Duty Calls undated

Box 34, Folder 17-18

Fragments of a Piece undated

Box 34, Folder 19

The Gemologist undated

Box 34, Folder 20

Herzog's 2nd Phase undated

Box 34, Folder 21

Hitchhiking Nymphos, After-School Naughtiness, and Hot & Horny Hustlers (under pseudonym Irv N. Tons) undated

Box 34, Folder 22

Important Parts undated

Box 35, Folder 1

Innocent Victims undated

Box 35, Folder 2

It Was One of Those Wild Free You Call Nights undated

Box 35, Folder 3

The Kid Mayor undated

Box 35, Folder 4

Killer in Suburbia undated

Box 35, Folder 5

Lanny Budd undated

Box 35, Folder 6

The Leper Cowboys undated

Box 35, Folder 7

Making It! A Series Comedy undated

Box 35, Folder 8

The Mogul undated

Box 35, Folder 9

Moths to the Flame "Bill Haller" undated

Box 35, Folder 10

Notes of a Maniac

Box 35, Folder 11

Paradise Heights undated

Box 35, Folder 12

The Profit God undated

Box 35, Folder 13

Queen of the Mist undated

Box 35, Folder 14

Reconciliation Junction undated

Box 35, Folder 15

Relief for an Advanced Case of Fear, poems and notes undated

Box 35, Folder 16

Return to Mystic undated

Box 35, Folder 17-18

Special Team undated

Box 35, Folder 19

Take Me to the End undated

Box 35, Folder 20

This is How I Lost the Mystery in My Soul undated

Box 36, Folder 1

The Video-tape Ritual Sex Murders undated

Box 36, Folder 2

Vindication undated

Box 36, Folder 3

Wing and a Prayer undated

Box 36, Folder 4

Cartoons - The Screenwriter's Saloon undated

Box 36, Folder 5

Documentary Ideas undated

Box 36, Folder 6

Early love story/notes on relationship undated

Box 36, Folder 7

Manny Farber film notes/questions undated

Box 36, Folder 8

Miscellaneous early writings undated

Box 36, Folder 9

Miscellaneous notes undated

Box 36, Folder 10

Notes for seminar undated

Box 36, Folder 11-13

Screenplay ideas various

Box 36, Folder 14

Shot composition notes undated

Box 36, Folder 15

Treatments for Allison/Dart Productions (various titles, some under pseudonym Rexford G. Pickett) undated

Box 36, Folder 16

Untitled partial script undated

Box 36, Folder 17

Various writings undated


Early Collaborations

Box 36, Folder 18

If ears could see, if eyes could hear, if hearts could be everywhere and omniscient! - Rex Pickett and Kim Vacariu (two copies, enscribed to Pickett's parents; and Jocelyn, with related correspondence) 1973 June

Box 36, Folder 19

Crawl Out Your Window, UCSD student publication, various contributors, original typescript draft with photograph by Philip Steinmetz June 1975



Scope and Contents of Series

The WRITINGS BY OTHERS series is arranged alphabetically by author. It contains a draft of an essay about UC San DIego film professor Manny Farber written by Barbara Schock, and reviews.
Box 37, Folder 1

/Hough/S/0 Prove/His/Him o/So He Kep/a/1/./T1. - Howard Cohen, typescript excerpt for Crawl Out Your Window, edited by Rex Pickett and Charles Heimer 1975 March

Box 37, Folder 2

Boowzh Out on Highway Nine, four performance compositions by Anton Czerny. Performed by The Heartaches: Howard Cohen, Melvyn Freilicher, Rex Pickett and Adele Shaules 1975 May

Box 37, Folder 3

A Hard (Wonderful) Look at the Movies, essay on Manny Farber by Barbara Schock undated

Box 37, Folder 4

Reviews of From Hollywood to Deadwood various

Box 37, Folder 5-8

Reviews of Sideways various



Scope and Contents of Series

MEDIA AND RECORDINGS series includes reel-to-reel films on celluloid, VHS tapes, BetaMax tapes, ¾", DVD; 5 ¼" and 3 ½" floppies. These materials are restricted for use.
Box 39

CD-ROMS - drafts of Sideways, Repairman, The Corn Exchange, Moths to the Flame; article entitled "My Life on Spec"; and Rex Pickett interview on The David Lawrence Show 2002-2005

Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions Apply


Box 40

5 1/4" Floppy disks - Journal 1985-1989; From Hollywood to Deadwood drafts; Knife in the Heart draft; Letters to Barbara drafts; Word documents backup.

Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions Apply
Box 41-44

3 1/2" Diskettes - drafts of Sideways, La Purisima, The Road Back, Striking it Rich, Alien III, Baja Hideaway, Squatter, Decoy, Lily, Desperate Measures, and other drafts of scripts, letters, email back up

Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions Apply

Film reels

Box 46-49

California Without End, 4 reels

Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions Apply
Box 50

Fragments of a Piece, 1 reel

Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions Apply
Box 51-53

My Mother Dreams the Satan's Disciples in New York, 3 reels

Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions Apply
Box 54

Neon Stains, 1 reel

Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions Apply
Box 55-56

Pt. of Decay, 2 reels

Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions Apply
Box 57

University of Southern California Film School graduate school project, untitled, undated. Super 8 film, 1 reel

Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions Apply

Video cassettes

Box 58, Folder 1

California Without End

Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions Apply
Box 58, Folder 2-6

From Hollywood to Deadwood

Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions Apply
Box 58, Folder 7


Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions Apply
Box 58, Folder 8-10

My Mother Dreams the Satan's Disciples in New York

Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions Apply
Box 58, Folder 11-13

The Academy Awards 2000

Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions Apply
Box 58, Folder 14

Demo, untitled

Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions Apply
Box 58, Folder 15


Conditions Governing Access

Restrictions Apply