Kleiser went on to direct many successful features, including The Blue Lagoon; Big Top Pee Wee; Flight of the Navigator (the first film to use digital morphing); Grandview, USA; Honey, I Blew Up the Kid and White Fang. His film Shadow of a Doubt was produced in 70mm 3-D, and his short, Honey, I Shrunk the Audience draws crowds at Disney Theme Parks around the world. Working with the Graphics Lab at USC's Institute for Creative Technologies, Kleiser co-invented a digital Cinerama-like process called Vistarama HD. His recent films include It's My Party; Red Riding Hood (an original musical shot entirely on virtual sets); and the romantic comedy Lovewrecked. Most recently, he directed and produced The Nina Foch Course for Directors and Actors.
Randal Kleiser is a member of the DGA’s Special Projects Committee, serving as chair of its Digital Day/New Technology subcommittee. He currently serves on the DGA Western Directors Council and as a First Alternate on the Guild’s National Board. He previously served three terms on the WDC (as a member or Alternate), and five terms as First Alternate on the National Board.