Henry Jaglom’s filmmaking career began in the cutting room when he and Jack Nicholson helped edit Hopper’s 1969 hit, “Easy Rider.” His first film as a writer/director, 1971’s “A Safe Place,” was acclaimed by Anais Nin who said: “Henry Jaglom is The Magician of American Cinema!” Since then Jaglom has written and directed twenty more films: “Tracks” (1976); “Sitting Ducks” (1980); “Can She Bake A Cherry Pie?” (1983); “Always (But Not Forever)” (1985); “Someone To Love” (1987); “New Year’s Day” (1989); “Eating” (1990); “Venice/Venice” (1991); “Babyfever” (1994); “Last Summer in the Hamptons” (1996); “Deja Vu - A Love Story” (1998); “Festival in Cannes” (2002); “Going Shopping” (2004); “Hollywood Dreams” (2006); “Irene in Time” (2009); “Queen of the Lot” (2010); “Just 45 Minutes From Broadway” (2012), based on his hit play; “The M Word” (2014); "Ovation!" (2016) and Train to Zakopané (2018) which is adapted from his hit play that had a successful nine month run at the Edgemar Theatre in Santa Monica. In 2013 Metropolitan Books (Henry Holt and Company) released – to great acclaim - the book: "My Lunches With Orson: Conversations Between Henry Jaglom and Orson Welles.