Film Documentaries (subject of)

1991     At the Forefront (Kurtis Productions, Ltd., PBS half-hour documentary)

On the University of Chicago highlighting five faculty members and their research. Includes footage of a class field trip to Big Bend National Park and the discovery of a six-foot long dinosaur skull.

1992     Fragments of Time (New Explorers, PBS half-hour documentary)

On the 1991 Expedition to Argentina, its fossil (Eoraptor) and geological discoveries, and the science of reconstructing evolutionary history.

1993     The Next Generation, 1% Inspiration (WNET, PBS one-hour documentary)

One of a three-part series on scientific innovation that highlights five scientists and their research.

1994     Skeletons in the Sand (New Explorers, PBS one-hour documentary)

On the 1993 Expedition to Niger, its fossil discoveries and the adventure and science of a large scale paleontological expedition.

1995     African Graveyard, Part I: Hunting Dinosaurs and African Graveyard, Part II: The Discovery (The Learning Channel, two half-hour documentaries)

On the 1995 Expedition to Morocco, its fossil discoveries and the adventure and science of working in the Sahara. Part II won a National Educational Media Award.

1996     Flesh on the Bones (The Learning Channel, half-hour documentary)

On the results of the 1995 Expedition to Morocco and the process of reconstructing skulls, skeletons, and flesh models.

1998     Colossal Claw (National Geographic Explorer, half-hour documentary)

Highlights the discovery and development of the predatory dinosaur Suchomimus, following the work from the Sahara Desert to the finished skeletons and flesh model.

1998     Dinosaur Fever (National Geographic Explorer, half-hour documentary)

Highlights the discovery and excavation of a graveyard of huge sauropod dinosaurs in the Sahara during the 1997 Expedition to Niger.

1999     Africa’s Dinosaur Giants (National Geographic Explorer, one-hour documentary)

Highlights the discovery and excavation of a graveyard of huge sauropod dinosaurs in the Sahara during the 1997 Expedition to Niger and the steps involved in reconstructing their skeletons.

2001     SuperCroc (NBC/NGC 2-hour special)

Documents the discovery and development of Sarcosuchus, the world's largest fossil crocodile.

2006     Sky Monsters (NGC 2 hour special)

Featuring the pterosaur discovery from Niger, its reconstruction and the attempt to make a life-size flying model.

2009     Bizarre Dinos (NGC 1 hour special)

Featuring recent dinosaur discoveries in the lab including Nigersaurus, Raptorex, and Mykocephale.

2009     When Crocs Ate Dinosaurs (NGChannel 1 hour special)

Featuring a series of new croc discoveries from the Sahara (BoarCroc, PancakeCroc, DuckCroc, DogCroc, RatCroc) and tracking live crocs in Australia.

2013     Skeletons of the Sahara (NOVA-NGTelevision 1 hour special)

On the discovery and development of the archaeological site Gobero in Niger.

2014     Bigger then T. rex (NOVA-NGTelevision 1 hour special)

On the re-discovery and reconstruction of the Moroccan predatory giant Spinosaurus.