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Erica Ginsberg
Host
ONE WEEK FROM TONIGHT IN WASHINGTON DC

Docs in Progress
Tuesday, July 11, 2006 at 7:00 pm

Docs in Progress is back, ready to offer you the latest in
provocative documentaries by local filmmakers. Best of all, you get
to see them at the near-finished stage and help the filmmakers figure
out how to make good films great. Come join us on Tuesday, July 11
to watch two new docs and to participate in the feedback sessions
with the filmmakers.

WHEN? Tuesday, July 11, 2006 7:00-10:00 pm

WHERE? Jack Morton Auditorium at the George Washington University
805 21st Street (at H Street), NW Washington DC
Closest Metro: Foggy Bottom. Free neighborhood street parking after
6:30 pm. Garage parking across the street.

COST
$5 at the door
Advance tickets and subscription also available. See our website for
details.

THE FILMS

TUMAINI LETU(Our Hope) by Natalie Halpern (20 minutes)
In the villages of western Kenya, AIDS has robbed hundreds of
thousands of children of their parents. Three women face the
challenges of how to care for these orphans and help the next
generation have a chance at a better future.

BLACK DIAMONDS by Catherine Pancake (90 minutes)
How has a nation's appetite for cheap energy forced one of its most
enduring regions into a fight for survival? A look at how the debate
over underground and surface coal extraction impacts not only the
environment, but the Appalachian people whose lives have been
surrounded by mountains and coal.

Programs are organized by Docs in Progress and sponsored by The
Documentary Center at the George Washington University. Visit the
Docs in Progress website at <http://www.docsinprogress.org> for more
details.
Soo Hugh
Pro
FILM INDEPENDENT'S 2006 PRODUCERS LAB DEADLINE EXTENDED TO AUGUST 28,
2006

Film Independent is now accepting submissions for its annual Producers
Lab that will take place in Los Angeles during October and November
2006. The deadline for submissions is August 28, 2006 (postmarked).
Sponsored by Technicolor, Film Independent's Producers Lab is an
intensive seven-week program designed to help filmmakers working in
both fiction and documentary develop skills as creative independent
producers. Lab fellows develop a strategy and formal action plan for
bringing their projects to fruition -including a budget, schedule, and
business plan. Fellows have one-on-one meetings with established
producers, directors, and other industry professionals who act as
advisors to them on their specific projects.

A maximum of ten producers are accepted into the program each year.
Some projects that have gone through the Labs are the following: So
Yong Kim's Sundance-winning film, In Between Days; Jessica Sanders'
After Innocence, short listed for the Academy Awards' documentary
category; Andrea Millers' Dark Matter, currently in production with
Val Kilmer and Meryl Streep; Scott Prendergast's Kabluey, currently in
production with Lisa Kudrow; Dana Jackson's Park starring Billy
Baldwin; Mora Stephens and Joel Stephens' Conventioneers, winner of an
Independent Spirit Award; Ted Kroeber's American Gun recently released
by IFC Films.

Past instructors include Effie Brown (In the Cut), Eric D'arbeloff
(Lovely and Amazing), Alison Dickey (Piggie), Matthew Greenfield (The
Good Girl), Jasmine Kosovic (D.E.B.S.), and Shelby Stone (Lackawanna
Blues). Past guest speakers include Craig Emanuel, Debra Grieco,
Midge Sanford, Peggy Rajski, Laurie Parker, Ron Yerxa, among others.
For an application or more information, go to

http://www.filmindependent.org/index.php/talent_development/
producers_labs

For more information, please contact Soo Hugh, 310.432.1275, or email
shugh@filmindependent.org
Kris Samuelson
Pro
Assistant Professor, Documentary Film and Video Production
Department of Art & Art History, Stanford University

The Program in Film and Media Studies in the Department of Art &
Art History at Stanford University is seeking candidates for a
tenure-track Assistant Professor position with an emphasis in the
field of Documentary Film and Video Production. The appointment is
expected to begin September 1, 2007.

The successful candidate will teach at the graduate level in the
M.F.A. Program in Documentary Film and Video and at the
undergraduate level in the Film and Media Studies program.
Candidates will be expected to teach a range of core courses in
both documentary production and studies. The production sequence
includes research, conceptualization, producing, directing,
cinematography, sound, and editing of non-fiction media. The
successful applicant will be encouraged to develop studies courses
that explore the history and theory of documentary. The Program
welcomes applicants who are filmmakers with significant experience
teaching beginning and advanced production students.

Applicants must have a completed MFA or Ph.D. Please send a
letter of application with a statement that details the direction
of your creative work, a description of your approach to teaching,
a CV, a DVD or VHS of recent productions, and a list of three
referees to Chair, Search Committee in Documentary Film and Video
Production, Department of Art & Art History, 435 Lasuen Mall,
Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-2018.

Deadline: November 14, 2006.

Stanford University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action
employer.
Steve Holmes
Pro
IFP's FILMMAKER CONFERENCE

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Complimentary drinks and special events nightly at the Liquid
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THREE WAYS TO REGISTER - (hurry, sells out fast)

Phone: 212-465-8200 x218

Web: http://market.ifp.org/newyork/market/conference/

Live: IFP, 104 West 29 St, 12 Floor, New York

Help: rsvp@ifp.org
Karen Bernstein
Pro
Hi everyone! I am looking for suggestions for a good documentary film
composer to work mid September early October. Suggestions? Call
917-856-2027
Doug Block
Host
i know a great one but he's in LA. h. scott salinas -
www.salinasmusic.com. scott@salinasmusic.com. listen to his music
from "laugh clown laugh" and you'll know why. was v. fortunate to
have him compose the soundtrack for 51 Birch Street.
Andrew Zinnes
Pro
The Documentary Film Makers Course is here!!!

Conducted by the authors of The Documentary Film Makers Handbook and
The Guerilla Film Makers Handbook: Genevieve Jolliffe and Andrew
Zinnes. Genevieve and Andrew are working filmmakers who have toiled in
both the narrative and documentary world for nearly two decades!

Learn how to get your documentary MADE through practical advice, how
to avoid the pitfalls of the industry and how to save time money and
gray hairs with this intensive two day course.

Topics include:
Concept - how to organize your thoughts and make them exciting to
funders. Finance - where and how to get those elusive $$$!
Production & Post - what to think about in the field and edit room.
Lots of info on HD!
Film Festivals - which ones are best and how to make the most out of
them.
Standard and Alternative Marketing & Distribution
Living the filmmaker lifestyle - how to survive!

Price: $299
When: November 11 & 12th, 10AM-6PM.
Where: The Heart Touch Project, 3400 Airport Avenue, Santa Monica, CA
90405. Go to www.hearttouch.org for directions.

For more information and to purchase the course go to www.script-
tonic.com or call 310-941-2168.

Free parking is available at on both sides of the building.
Sarah Adams
Fan
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Sarah Adams
Fan
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