(written from a Production point of view)
Berlatsky's credits started in 1969 when working as editor on the comedy Viva Max. He then worked as editor on the drama The Jesus Trip (1971) on which he also worked as visual designer. Further credits as editor include the drama The Last Movie (1971), the drama Kansas City Bomber (1972), the crime thriller Hickey & Boggs (1972), the television horror thriller A Cold Night's Death (1973), the western Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (1973), the fantasy film Shanks (1974), the television mini series King (1978, starring Paul Winfield) for which he received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Film Editing in a Drama Series, the television drama Red Flag: The Ultimate Game (1981), the television drama Family Sins (1987), the science fiction comedy Not Quite Human II (1989, starring Jay Underwood) and its sequel Still Not Quite Human (1992), the action thriller Night od the Running Man (1995), the thriller The Ex (1997), and the action film The Base (1999, with color timer Jim Passon and negative cutter Theresa Repola Mohammed).
Berlatsky made his directing debut in 1977 with the action film The Farmer and worked as associate producer on the crime thriller Public Enemies (1996) on which he also worked as editor.