Clifford Terry has over two decades in the film and television business,
with his personal interest centering on global culture, customs, lifestyles
and events of historical significance. A consummate traveler, his recent
achievements include writing, directing and producing the historical and
cultural documentary on Sri Lanka, "A Traveler's Tale: the Search for the
Ancient Nagas"; an environmental documentary on the Maldives that is in
postproduction; a short visual collage on the seasonal migration of the
Aboriginal tribes in the northeast corner of Victoria, Australia which was
inspired by the painting "Bogong Moth Dreaming" by Aboriginal elder, Eddie
Kneebone. Presently on the Gold Coast of Australia, he is developing a
number of documentary projects and educational CD's for production in
Australia and Southeast Asia.
Before departing on his world travels of the last four years, Cliff line-
produced a feature film "Mr. P's Dancing Sushi Bar", shot in Los
Angeles and Saigon, which premiered at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival;
served as production coordinator on the "America Watches Television"
shorts for the 1998 Television Emmys; produced video wall programming
including interstitial segments for the Promax/BDA Conference for five
years; was post-production supervising for the Children's World live
satellite broadcast for Marketing Television.