Joseph D. Sargent

Director
Credits
Sweet Nothings In My Ear (2007); Sybil (2006); Warm Springs (2005); Out of the Ashes; Something the Lord Made (2004); Salem Witch Trials (2001); For Love or Country (2000); Bojangles (2000); Lesson Before Dying (1999); Crime and Punishment; Miss Evers' Boys (1998); Mandela (1996); My Antonia (1994); WWII: When Lions Roared (Emmy, 1994); Miss Rose White (Emmy, 1992); The Incident (tying Emmy, 1990); Day One (Emmy, 1989); Love Is Never Silent (Emmy, 1985); MacArthur (w/Gregory Peck); Marcus-Nelson Murders (Emmy, 1975); The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 (1973).
Contact
Visual History
Sargent Interview
Visual History Interview
Veteran film and movies-for-television director Joseph Sargent (Something the Lord Made, Warm Springs, The Taking of Pelham One Two Three) discusses his long directorial career and shares his working philosophy from both on and off the set.
DGA Quarterly
DGA Quarterly Spring 2008 Joe Sargent
Joe Sargent
Joe Sargent has been making masterful movies for TV for over 40 years. But his latest film, Sweet Nothing in My Ear, about issues in the deaf community, took even him by surprise.