I am a documentary film director. Subjects of my films have included love, sex, 9/11, indigenous fisheries, hurricanes, refugees, HIV/AIDS orphans, and visualization of God. I am best known for the Real People, Real Life, Real Sex series of documentaries that simultaneously explore the vital role of sexual pleasure in committed relationships and the problematic place of explicit sexuality in cinema. This is my "Safe" blog.

The only thing I’m ever going to say about the “Ground Zero Mosque”.

Posted: September 8th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | Comments Off on The only thing I’m ever going to say about the “Ground Zero Mosque”.

Skin in the game:

My wife’s sister was in one of the towers that morning, but made it out alive. My uncle would have been, but didn’t go into work that day. For a few hours that morning I thought they were both dead.


If you have employees who are smokers and you don’t provide them with the time to smoke, a place to smoke and a place to put their cigarette butts, they’re going to smoke at times and in places that are inconvenient or even dangerous to themselves and/or their co-workers, and there are going to be cigarette butts all over the place.

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