Featured Projects
Experience Music Project

2000- Music documentary installations for the Seattle Museum of Rock 'N Roll founded by Paul Allen.
Producer and Director- Dana Heinz Perry

Public Enemy: Fight the Power

1989- A collection of concert footage, music videos and assorted happenings in the life of a controversial rap group, Public Enemy.
Producer, Editor- Dana Heinz Perry

Awards: Certified Platinum Home Video, Silver Star-Houston Film Festival

Peter Gabriel - POV

POV sledgehammer tour 1990 -longform

1989 pioneer project in music longform video.
Director- Hart Perry
Co-Producers- Peter Gabriel and Dana Heinz Perry

Awards: Platimum Home Video, Nominated for a Grammy and MTV as Best Long Form

Leonard Bernstein's New York

Ovation 1998- Bernstein's music illustrates the world that was New York in the 40s and 50s. Performances by Broadway stars including Mandy Patinkin, Donna Murphy, Audra McDonald and Dawn Upshaw.
Director- Hart Perry
Segment Director- Dana Heinz Perry

Award: Cable Ace Award

Additional Music Programs

Rhythms of the World

PBS 1991- World music special hosted by Peter Gabriel and Bobby McFerrin.
Producer, Editor- Dana Heinz Perry

The Vatican Concert to Commemorate the Holocaust

1994- With the London Philharmonic and Holocaust survivors.

Real World Week

1992- Documentary about world music artists collaborating and recording with artists like Peter Gabriel and Sinead O'Connor.

Sun City

1985 - Sun City, is the anti-apatheid record produced by Little Steven and Arthur Baker with Bruce Springsteen, Bono, Bob Dylan, Miles Davis and 54 other artists from various genres. Hart Perry produced and co-directed (with Jonathan Demme, and Godley and Creme) the video, "Sun City" (best video of the year, Rolling Stone magazine) and grammy nominated home video (executive produced by Danny Schecter and produced with Steve Lawrence and Vinnie Longbardo, MTV). Proceeds from the album benefited the "African Fund," an organization devoted to overthrowing apartheid in South Africa.

The program, "The Making of Sun City," first aired in a shorter form on MTV. It tells the story of how and why, in the summer of 1985, more than 54 recording artists from many genres of music took a musical stand against apartheid and racism, performing together in "Sun City" in support of the struggle to free South Africa."

Review: Critic's Choice "Video of the Year" 1985 —Rolling Stone Magazine

Hurricane Irene

1986- Peter Gabriel's peace concert that featured Lou Reed, Jackson Brown and others.

Award: Monitor Award- Editing

Review: "...a streamlined synthesis of its recent predecessors... [it has] a profound historical edge from the Live Aid Production." —The Village Voice

Perry Films