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Dominic Sena was born on April 26, 1949 in Niles, Ohio, USA. He is a director and cinematographer, known for Kalifornia (1993), Whiteout (2009) and Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000). See full bio »
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Kalifornia Director
Whiteout Director
Gone in Sixty Seconds
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 2009 Whiteout
 2006 13 Graves (TV Movie)
 2004 From Janet. To Damita Jo: The Videos (Video documentary) (video "If")
 2001 Swordfish
 1996 Janet Jackson: Design of a Decade 1986/1996 (Video documentary) (videos "The Pleasure Principle", "Let's Wait Awhile", "Rhythm Nation", "Come Back to Me", "Miss You Much")
 1994 The Best of Sting: Fields of Gold 1984-1994 (Video) (video "They Dance Alone")
 1993 Kalifornia
 1993 Janet Jackson: If (Video short)
 1991 Tin Machine: One Shot (Video short)
 1990 Janet Jackson: The Rhythm Nation Compilation (Video) (videos "Rhythm Nation", "Miss You Much", "Come Back to Me")
 1990 The Sisters of Mercy: More (Video short)
 1990 Taylor Dayne: I'll Be Your Shelter (Video short)
 1990 Janet Jackson: Come Back to Me (Video short)
 1990 Rhythm Nation 1814 (Short)
 1989 Janet Jackson: Rhythm Nation (Video short)
 1989 Janet Jackson: Miss You Much (Video short)
 1989 Richard Marx: Satisfied (Video short)
 1989 Pia Zadora: Heartbeat of Love (Video short)
 1989 The Lover in Me (Video short)
 1988 Toni Childs: Don't Walk Away (Video short)
 1988 Sting: Fragile (Video short)
 1988 Colin James: Why'd You Lie (Video short)
 1988 Dan Reed Network: Get to You (Video short)
 1988 Sheena Easton: The Lover in Me (Video short)
 1987 Jody Watley: Don't You Want Me (Video short)
 1987 Richard Marx Live (TV Movie documentary)
 1987 Bryan Adams: Victim of Love (Video short)
 1987 The Dream Academy: Indian Summer (Video short)
 1987 Fleetwood Mac: Little Lies (Video short)
 1987 Richard Marx: Don't Mean Nothing (Video short)
 1987 Yazawa: Flash in Japan (Video short)
 1987 Janet Jackson: Let's Wait Awhile (Video short)
 1987 Peter Cetera: Big Mistake (Video short)
 1986 Tease: I Wish You Were Here (Video short)
 1986 Howard Hewett: I'm for Real (Video short)
 1986 Gregory Abbott: Shake You Down (Video short)
 1986 Robert Tepper: Don't Walk Away (Video short)
 1986 Robert Tepper: No Easy Way Out (Video short)
 1986 Harold Faltermeyer: Top Gun Theme (Video short)
 1986 E.G. Daily: Say It Say It (Video short)
 1985 Maurice White: I Need You (Video short)
 1985 Klymaxx: I Miss You (Video short)
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Photographed and directed Robert Tepper music video "Don't Walk Away". See more »

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Worked for Propaganda Films.


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