Love DIY Days, so hope to go again this year. Have they announced when it is?
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT 101
I Made a Film, Now What?
Mar. 22, 6-10 pm, New York City
This is a hands-on workshop for independent filmmakers. We'll provide you with the tools for creating a working outreach plan. You'll leave with the draft of your outreach outline, the basic building block for your film's campaign. Come prepared to engage!
creative outreach strategies
social media--platforms & tools & strategy
Limit: 12 participants.
Requirements: laptop equipped for wifi; a film you're working on (at any stage)
Note: If space is still available, registration at the door will be $100 for members of partner organizations/students/seniors and $125 for the general public.
NYC Partner Organizations: I Can Still Do That Foundation, Shooting People NY, D-Word.
"I really truly couldnâ€™t have done this without you."--Director Ben Kalina, Shored Up, writing about his successful Kickstarter campaign
MocaMedia specializes in creating and implementing community engagement campaigns for independendent filmmakers. Films we've represented include A Sea Change, Mothers of Bedford, Saint Misbehavin': The Wavy Gravy Story, Women in the Dirt, and Mission of Mermaids.
REGISTER at: http://a3.acteva.com/orderbooking/bookEvent/A316145
I'm selling a MTF Services Ltd, Nikon G to Sony E Mount Adapter and MTF M43/E mount support, because I've switched from Nikon lenses to Zeiss.
The lens support has never been used and the adapter has been used twice.
The adapter allows you to attach any Nikon-mounted lens to the Sony NEX-3/5/7, NEX-VG10/20 and the Sony NEX FS-100 cameras. It is compatible with DX and 35mm format lenses and also supports lenses with or without aperture rings.
Nikon G to Sony E Mount Adapter
Doug – Sorry for missing your reply – DIY Days is THIS SATURDAY, March 3rd. Same location as last year – New School. http://diydays.com/
Urgh, wish I knew sooner. Just committed to something else on Saturday.
Selling my Zacuto Z finder. Bought it new for $400. If interested, make me an offer.
Hello all. I am looking for an archival research/copyright clearance person. Must have experience doing research and copyright work for documentary film/publishing. This may be a full-time job for the month of March. San Francisco Bay Area a plus, but not required. Contact yyohan 'at' yahoo.com
Wonderful office is available for share. The office is clean and large with wood floors, high ceilings, great natural light and central air conditioning/heat. The building is safe and quiet with lots of friendly, creative neighbors on the floor: doc filmmakers, photographers, etc. Great location, a few blocks from either the 7th Avenue or 15th Street/Prospect Park F stops and lots of great bodegas, cafes, Prospect Park, Celebrate Brooklyn, etc.
Space is available April 1 for short or long term rental. The ideal candidate is someone who works independently or creatively and is not on the phone all day. You'd get a large work space that includes wireless internet, refrigerator and espresso/coffee machine. There is currently an oversized desk, chair and shelves for your use or you can bring your own.
Rent is negotiable, between $275-300, depending on your work schedule (nights, weekends, days, etc) so please let me know what kind of work you do and your typical work week--if you have one.
Photos can be seen here:
Looking for a Native American Documentary-maker
A NYFA thesis student from Bulgaria will soon begin shooting a doc about an Omaha Sioux family who are trying to maintain and nourish their traditional ways against rather daunting societal, economic, and now medical odds. She and I would both like to get her connected to a Native American documentarian for mentoring as she goes. It could be as significant or minimal as anyone is willing to do. She has great craft mentors through the school. And she will have the guidance and advice of several Omaha people. Still, while some of her faculty have made docs with and about Native Americans, none of the Omaha advisers knows anything about filmmaking and none of us has the prospective that an actual Native American might lend her. She'd love to find someone Omaha but will thrilled with anyone who could combine some knowledge of film making with a Native American personal perspective.
Please email me at email@example.com if you, or someone you know, might be willing to help.
Looking for shooter in Cincinnati for Thursday March 28 and Friday March 29, with gear, for medical related interviews & b-roll. The person will also being doing sound and need to have appropriate lav mic for interview. Possibly lighting also. I will be there as producer and camera assistant. Will need to capture or transfer files on location before I return to NYC. $600/day. jill at jillwoodward dot com
Christina King might have ideas for you, Andrea. She is currently Director of Production at Arts Angine in NYC, and she is Native American (Navajo, I think?) She is on Facebook, or feel free to email me for her contact info.
In reply to Andrea Swift's post on Wed 7 Mar 2012 :
I'll pass your request on to a few friends.
Need steady cam op with EX1/3 with wide angle 3 days of week of 3/19 on long island. anyone have anyone? firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for a handheld rig suitable for the Sony F3 for Tues. March 13th--in Seattle. Please email me: margaretlongley(at)gmail(dot)com Thanks!
I am looking for a field sound recordist in Missouri. We'd especially like it if you had your own package. Please email me: tracy(at)dinkypictures(dot)com
Anthology Archives NYC
"Speaking for Myself" Directed by Bert Shapiro, screens tonight 6pm.
Just joined D-Word so would be happy to meet other members who can attend.
from Arts Engine, Inc.:
Our next DocuClub will take place on Thursday, March 22, 7 p.m. at DCTV, located at 87 Lafayette (at Walker). This month, we will screen a rough cut of Changing Face of Harlem by award-winning filmmaker Shawn Batey. March's DocuClub will be moderated by Marilyn Ness, Arts Engine's Director of Production.
Changing Face of Harlem is a one-hour documentary that examines the revitalization of Harlem told through the deeply personal stories of its residents, small business owners, politicians, developers and clergy. The film takes a critical look at Harlemâ€™s history, early development, and present transformation. Twenty years ago, according to the press, Harlem was a crime-ridden ghetto full of hoodlums and drugs. Though recognized internationally as â€œThe Black Mecca,â€ the historic neighborhood was overlooked for decades. Longtime residents weathered the storm despite the lack of city services and building landlord abandonment. Bank practices of redlining in the 1980â€™s prevented many residents from purchasing turn of the century brownstones within their own blocks. Recently, however Harlem has matured into a prosperous locale for commercial and corporate interests. As New York City exhausts its scarce amount of centrally located prime real estate, it has marketed Harlem as an ideal investment. With this influx of new investment has come a younger, more professional, and affluent class of residents. The film offers fresh perspectives from community members on the pressing issues of class, cultural preservation and sustainability.
If youâ€™re planning to attend, please RSVP to email@example.com. Admission at DCTV is free for current DocuClub members and $6 for non-members.
Tickets will be sold at the door, cash only.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
No admittance after 7:15 p.m. Membership is an annual $50 and it includes free admission to all DocuClub events. It takes five minutes to join online:
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Point of View Magazine's Marc Glassman had a chance to talk to Wim Wenders about his successful documentary "Pina." To accompany the most recent issue's cover piece, we have uploaded the interview for you to enjoy on YouTube. Check it out!
Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/POVmagazine
we have a desk(s) available in our dumbo studio for $350 per month (or less for more than one desk).
pics + info here: https://www.loosecubes.com/workspaces/brooklyn/brooklyn-film-networks#/overview
we are looking for one more renter at our shared office space in the u-district of Seattle.
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Hello! I am looking for a grant writer to help with my film – Star in the RIng – it tells the story of when Jews DOMINATED the sport of boxing. It is a part of Jewish history / American history and sport history, that is all but forgotten.
I am honored to say that I received a grant from The Righteous Persons Foundation.
The ideal grant writer could start with helping me write a two page letter of inquiry that can be tailored to the foundations I have narrowed down. I am part of NYFA – which makes this project have a 501 – c – 3 status. I am hoping the good people here – who have done this adventure, may have some recommendations they had good experience and are willing to share. I have been in touch with Joanna Rabiger – she sounds wonderful from people on here... but she is not available till the summer.
Thanks so much for any help!
Here is a link to my website:
and my email is:
pugilistpictures (at gmail dot com)
Hello. I'm shooting a feature in Eastern Washington state some time this summer. I'm curious if anyone can point me towards the best grip and electric rental house in Seattle. If there is even more than one. I'm looking for a good deal on a 5 ton package and a 500 amp genny. I'm also looking for local talent in the grip and electric departments. I know this isn't strictly along documentary lines, but I thought I'd give this forum a try, as I'm striking out in other places.
Hi Holden, I recommend Anne Seidlitz, I have worked with her several times on similar projects. I have forwarded your listing to her. Good luck!
Is anyone in need of audio post production services for their documentaries? I work independently as well as with a world class post production studio called Clatter&Din studios. I was recently lead sound designer for the feature films "Safety Not Guaranteed" and "Eden" which did extremely well at Sundance and SXSW respectively. I have also worked on a number of documentary projects including a 50 minute doc called "Uncertain Ice" which you can find a clip from on my website.
I hope to hear from some of you soon.
Award-winning director is seeking an editor for a major high-def PBS documentary with an airdate. Post production to begin shortly.
Willing to consider editors with all levels of experience, but you must be able to work in a team environment, on our site, and you must be fast on FCP 7.0.3
Please respond with current bio or CV to firstname.lastname@example.org (rfilmprod [at] gmail [dot] com
My podcast "The Real Stuff" is a series of one-on-one interviews with the makers of unscripted tv & film.
There is a new one posting today and it was a lovely conversation, I hope you will find it interesting too!
Please check it out on my website: www.darrencoyle.com
My guest this episode is Ray Foley.
Ray is a documentary director and producer working in New York.
In reply to Elizabeth Westrate's post on Wed 28 Mar 2012 :
Thank you so much Elizabeth. I started to work with Joanna Rabiger and will let the group know how it goes. So far she has been more then quick with her communication and full of wonderful ideas! Thanks for the recommendation of Anne.
Seeking fiscal sponsorship for a documentary film made in or about the
American South? Look no further... The Southern Documentary Fund is
accepting proposals for new projects thru April 15th:
(If you miss our April 15th deadline, don't worry. We review proposals
quarterly – Jan 15, April 15, July 15, Oct 15.)
The Southern Documentary Fund is based in Durham, North Carolina, and
serves independent media makers from around the Southeast and beyond.
We connect documentary artists with resources and audiences through:
networking events, screenings, seminars, project consults, and fiscal
sponsorship. Follow us and our great sponsored projects via our
website, Facebook and Twitter (links below).
Join our community of Southern docmakers!
Executive Director, SDF
10 years of nurturing Southern storytelling!
on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/SouthernDocumentaryFund
on Twitter – @SouthernDocFund
If anyone is looking for a nice Sony EX-3 package, we are selling ours right now and it includes the camera, two lenses (the 14x stock lens and the wide angle lens) plus some other goodies (full list of items in the hidden section).
Everything is in great condition and well taken care of. If you would like any more information you can contact me through eBay or send an email to elgin [at] backtrackfilms [dot] com
For those of you who teach college/film school students, I'm looking for a summer intern to help us out this coming summer. I'm working with a graduate school that relies heavily on doc-style video in its curriculum. I've attached the job description. Feel free to share with your students or distribute to your campus film department list.
I am currently seeking a MARKETING/OUTREACH INTERN to assist with outreach for our documentary film, WORDS OF WITNESS.
WORDS OF WITNESS follows a young female journalist navigating historical times in Egypt. It premiered at the Berlin Film Festival in 2012. We are currently gearing up for our US premiere.
A minimum commitment of 3 months is required for all internships 10 hours a week. Candidate should have his/her own laptop. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. After 3 month internship is completed, this position has the potential to lead to a long term paying job.
Depending on your interest, responsibilities may include:
+ Work directly with the Director and the Distribution and Outreach Coordinator
+Assist with administrative tasks around screenings
+ Extensive knowledge of Twitter, Facebook, and other Social Media
+ Coordinate events and screenings
+ Research and contact educators, community organizations, social justice institutions, activists, and filmmakers on outreach, content, networking, and various opportunities
+ Candidate should have good oral and written communication skills
+ Comfortable working on Mac environments and with applications like Word, Excel, internet, Mail, etc.
+ Ability to think outside of the box and multi task while paying close attention to detail
+ The ideal candidates will be highly motivated self-starters, able to work independently and collaboratively
+ Knowledge of Arabic is a plus though not a requirement
DocuClub Screenings: Next DocuClub Wednesday April 18th at DCTV!
This month, we will screen a rough cut of MEXICAN DREAM. Our moderator will be Vanessa Erazo of New York International Latino Film Festival.
MEXICAN DREAM is about one group of indigenous migrants who change a pastoral but poverty-stricken life in Mexico for a new home in a small meatpacking town in Minnesota. It introduces several families from an impoverished agrarian community in the state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico. It also presents a Midwestern meatpacking town that was at the center of a crushing national defeat of the meatpackerâ€™s union during the Reagan administration, where the Mexican migrants have formed their own community that exists uncomfortably alongside the mostly white population.
A mix of observational documentary and montage with reportage via interviews and several inter-titles shows how the strong sense of community amongst these immigrants perseveres in the U.S. while the anxieties of working class life set in. The social effects on the families of migrants back home are profound. MEXICAN DREAM brings these pressing issues to light and humanizes the denigrated, undocumented â€œillegals.â€ It also discusses how these same anxieties haunt the long time white community. Shot on both sides of the border, it shows the contradictions in many Americansâ€™ ideas about immigration
and how Mexican society has accepted it as a convenient outlet for decades.
About the filmmaker:
Jon Wetterau (Videography/Co-Producer) has worked on documentary productions in various roles in India, Central America and Cameroon. He initiated and photographed ONE COUNTRY, CAMEROON; TWO QUARTIERS. He has directed two other projects in his native Queens, New York City and has a work-in-progress about Americans gentrifying San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
About the moderator:
After having spent several years working for various film festivalsâ€”such as the International Latino Film Festival – San Francisco Bay Area, the International Contemporary Film Festival of Mexico City(FICCO) and the Havana Film Festival New Yorkâ€”in a variety of roles, Vanessa Erazo now acts as the Documentary Programmer at the New York International Latino Film Festival. She has curated films on a wide range of topics such as human rights, autism, sports, adoption and homelessness. Until recently, she served as the Programming Co-chair for the New York chapter of the National Association of Latino Independent Producers. She is also a regular film contributor for Remezclaâ€”an online Latino culture guide. Vanessa holds a Masterâ€™s degree in Latin American and Caribbean Studies from New York University, and a B.A. in Political Science from San Francisco State University.
Admission at DCTV is free for current DocuClub members and $6 for non-members.â€¨
Tickets will be sold at the door, cash only.â€¨
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. No admittance after 7:15 p.m.â€¨â€¨
Membership is an annual $50 and it includes free admission to all DocuClub events. It takes five minutes to join online:â€¨â€¨
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Looking for a shooter in NASHVILLE April 20th. Interview and b-roll, prefer Canon 5D, 7D, or T2i. Drop me a line if you are interested or have a recommendation. margaretlongley(at)gmail(dot)com
Buy your tickets now to the 13th annual Newport Beach Film Festival!!
Los Angeles D-Worders:
Two great Doc U event coming up next week. I've managed to arrange D-Word discounts for both:
DOC U: TRAILER MECHANICS WITH FERNANDA ROSSI
SATURDAY, APRIL 21 FROM 9:30AM TO 6PM
THE ANNEX, SANTA MONICA
Your trailer should be the ultimate pitch, the one thing that sells potential funders on the potential of your project. A fundraising trailer can make or break your film. We want you to stop guessing what works and what doesn't.
IDA has asked internationally renowned author, speaker and story consultant Fernanda Rossi to host a full-day workshop for producers, directors, writers and editors to help make your trailer all that it can be. In this workshop, held on the 3rd floor of The Annex in Santa Monica, you will learn the foundational story structures for fundraising trailers, and hear some of the most common mistakes filmmakers make when crafting their proposals, budgets, and trailers. This workshop will also give you a chance to see Fernanda's work applied to actual trailers, with before and after examples and a few of the successful fundraising trailers.
IDA is offering a limited number of discounted tickets to D-Worders using code "DWORDTRAILER". Buy tickets here
Seriously people, if you're working on fundraising trailers, you need to take Fernanda's class
DOC U: YES, BUT IS IT ART?
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18 AT CINEFAMILY
With the growing popularity of documentary film, many have admirably seized on the power of non-fiction storytelling to affect change around social and political issues. But in all the discussion about content and impact, have we forgotten to explore documentary as cinema, as art? In a lively conversation about how they mobilize aesthetic choices to generate meaning, filmmakers discuss stylistic strategies, creative inspirations, story structure, and the tension between form and content.
On Wednesday, April 18 join Caroline Libresco, Senior Programmer at the Sundance Film Festival, as she moderates a discussion with filmmakers whose documentary work not only delivers a powerful message, but also storytelling impact through visual imagery.
IDA is offering D-Worders the IDA Member discount rate, which you can get by using code "DWORDDOCU" when buying tickets here
I'm holding a big open house equipment sale Saturday April 21 in Manhattan (w 38th st.)
I'm helping a domestic violence nonprofit (Makers of Memories) unload a bunch of film equipment that they bought but do not want or need. There is a long list so I have attached a PDF of the items.
Some of these items are currently being used and are marked as not for sale but if you're interested in anything in particular let me know and I can see if we can part with them. Otherwise they should become available within a month.
We are looking for about 75% of the purchase price for these items but are open to negotiation.
Tell your friends!
In reply to Charles Farrell's post on Sun 15 Apr 2012 :
Can you give me more information about the time and location of the sale? Is it possible for you to set aside equipment? I'm very interested in a few items and can stop by on Saturday to pick them up at the sale. Thanks – firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for NYC indie producers who would like to gather regularly to screen, share resources, and support each other. Please contact me if you;re interested and if you're already meeting, can I join?
We have $5000 credit with Panavision for sale for less than its value. Open to offers. Contact me directly if you're interested. Thanks!
In reply to Rachael Morrison's post on Mon 16 Apr 2012 :
Hey everyone, we are going to have to reschedule the big equipment sale to Saturday the 28th. I hope this doesn't inconvenience anyone too much. Same items are avaliable, come check them out.
More details (exact address, start time) to follow.
See you on the 28th!
My name is Jenny, I'm a second year doc MFA student at Hofstra with a BFA in film from UCF. I looking for an internship this summer. I'm not above slavery, but as a poor, starving graduate student paid is preferred. I've interned with Supermarche (Catfish, Paranormal Activity 3) and have done (and am doing) several independent projects.
I speek geek, comfortable and confident editing, shooting, researching or writing... I can get a mean cup of coffee. I've had festival experience, marketing, social media, etc. Basically, I want to be around other artists, learn what I can, meet who I can and eventually become one of you.
Here's a documentary I did finding my biological mother , and here's a spec trailer of my current film about the death of my father. Willing and excited to learn anything. Those are both reflexive, but I've done and will do other types.
Please let me know if you're looking for someone, or if you know of someone needed extra help.
TV_Talk06 at mac dot com
Any recommendations for a post house that will capture about 100 HDV tapes at a reasonable rate?
I hate to do this but we are postponing the equipment sale this Saturday again. More details to come
A friend needs a DP willing to work a short time for nominal pay to contribute to a really great cause. Read below:
Writopia Lab, a non-profit that offers creative writing workshops for kids ages 8 to 18, is producing 85 plays in a two-week Off-Broadway run, May 8th to 20th. We are looking for someone to shoot all 12 performances. Each night consists of six to eight 10-minute plays. Actors will not be mic'ed, so we'll have to hang some mics or run some digital recorders to get sound.
We can pay you a stipend for this work. You will be contributing to a life-changing experience for these kids. For more information about the project, please see writopialab.org/plays.
Hey there, everybody! I am a third-year cinema student and am looking for a summer job/internship. Really, I am looking for an experience that will help me move further down the path to becoming a documentary filmmaker. I have no money, so I can't buy gear and make my own stuff yet, but I have a lot of experience with professional, prosumer, and consumer HD cameras as well as Super 8mm and 16mm. I am proficient at FCP 7 and have experience in Premier Pro, Photoshop, After Effects, and FCP X (though I hate FCP X) and am learning Avid. I have an experimental background but am in a very mainstream commercial position at my university right now, so I have experience on both sides of the spectrum. I work very well with others but also by my self. Does anyone need an extra hand or brain this summer? even if you're traveling and need someone to take care/keep track of your equipment I would be down for that (I just need the experience of being involved with a professional production so I feel more sure of the whole process when I start my own next year)
Anyway, I hope everybody is having a great day. If any of you are interested, contact me at K[dot]R[dot]Hallagan [at]Gmail[dot]com
[Kevin, as this is one of our few public forums, I've removed your full email address to keep it away from spambots]
Thank you very much, John
I am renting a SONY HDR-FX7 HDV camera I use to shoot small projects. This is no Canon C300 but if you're on a budget, it'll get the job done. Great for students or indie/doc projects with a lo/no budget. For a $100 rental fee per day, you'll get the following package listed below. All rentals are subject to a rental agreement and/or deposit. If you are interested in renting individual items, I have an a la carte price list as well. Feel free to email or text me: vjuare[at]yahoo[dotcom] or 718.909.2227
ENTIRE PACKAGE RENTAL: $100/day
Sony HDR-FX7 (incl original battery pack)
Rode NTG-2 shotgun mic w/ Shock Mount
Sony UWP-V1 Wireless Lavalier Microphone Package (incl XLR)
3-Pin XLR-M to Angled 2-Pin XLR-F Cable
Sony NP-F970 Battery Pack (12-hour life)
The Big Equipment Sale is finally happening, this Saturday May 5 at 263 West 38th Street in New York.
We'll be running from 11am to 3pm. Here is a list of the equipment we're selling with the original purchase price. We're looking for about 75% of the original price but are open to negotiating. Come by Saturday to check it out. We'll be taking cash or Paypal, no checks or credit cards.
This gear was purchased for Makers of Memories, a domestic violence awareness organization who got very little use out of it. They no longer need it so you can help yourself with a good deal and help out a good cause at the same time.
Please email me with any questions or just to let me know you're interested in coming.
Call for Entries! Lifetime Network Seeking Docu-series TV Treatments, Teasers
NYTVF – Lifetime Unscripted Development Pipeline
Lifetime Networks, home of cableâ€™s number one competition series, "Project Runway," and TV hits "Designing Spaces,â€ and "Dance Moms", has teamed up with the NYTVF for an innovative initiative seeking concepts for original unscripted television programming from independent artists and production companies.
Twenty-five semi-finalists will be considered by Lifetime with five finalists each receiving $2,500 to shoot additional tape. One winner will receive $10,000 and the opportunity to participate in pilot production with the network.
Free to submit.
Unscripted formats of all genres are welcome, with particular interest in docu-series, social experiment, close-ended competition, and game show formats.
TV show concepts and characters should revolve around big, unique personalities and worlds that bring a fresh perspective to the television landscape.
Submissions must include:
- A short treatment (1-2 pages) describing your original unscripted format
- A brief video (2-4 minutes) introducing the subject(s).
Deadline: July 18, 2012.
Details here: http://www.nytvf.com/2012_lifetime_pipeline.html
Additional opportunities for Semi-Finalists:
All 25 Official Semi-Finalists will be invited to participate as Official Artists at the 2012 New York Television Festival in NYC in October, with exclusive access to:
- Participate in NYTVF Pitch, offering guaranteed development deals from: Â Bio Channel, Hasbro Studios, Logo, SevenOne International, Sundance Channel, Channel 4
- Network, meet and collaborate with over forty U.S.-based television networks, studios, agencies, fellow TV creators and MORE.
NYTVF is also accepting entries to:
The 2012 Independent Pilot Competition
- Accepting independent TV pilots and web series 4-22 min in all genres.
- Win guaranteed deals from US network partners IFC, MTV, SyFy and VH1.
- Early Deadline May 11; Final Deadline June 15; Late Deadline June 29 More info here: http://www.nytvf.com/2012_ipc.html
I'd love to invite you all to apply to join Storyhunter. We connect video journalists, doc filmmakers, and multimedia storytellers to the world's top digital publishers. Our mission is to help tell the world's most important, untold stories. Please check out www.storyhunter.tv for more information.
Hi there, I know of a position for a top-notch story and people researcher to work on a social anthropology documentary series that appears on a major cable network. Perfect for people who love to unearth hard-to-find stories and don't mind rejection and dead ends. Position is full time but short term and located in Los Angeles. Please email me privately with a few lines about your background and I can give you the information on where to submit a resume.
juliehaire AT yahoo DOT com
I'm very ashamed to do this again. We will sadly not be having a sale this Saturday after all. It has been an issue getting access to the office where the gear is being held and I feel as jerked around as many of you probably do.
Very sorry all
Docs In Progress is back at the George Washington University next Thursday, May 17 for a documentary rough cut screening of FATE OF A SALESMAN by D-Worders Ben Crosbie and Tessa Moran. This program is sponsored by The Documentary Center at the George Washington University.
We'd love to see you there. More on the film, location, and tickets at http://docsinprogress.org/events/43/work-in-progress-screening-dc/
Local News: Three Neighborhood Films by John Smith at UnionDocs
Saturday, May 12th at 7:00pm. $9 suggested donation.
For more information see:
Between 1988 and 1996, John Smith made three quasi-documentary works that register the disastrous effects of the construction of the M11 Link Road on the filmmakerâ€™s East London neighborhood. While all three function to preserve the memory of this vanishing landscape, and implicitly participate in the large-scale protests that met the highwayâ€™s construction, Smith â€” one of Englandâ€™s most consistently inventive avant-garde filmmakers â€” puts the material to various suggestive uses, crafting three very different formal investigations whose unfolding stimulates a profound reflection on memory, time, history, and the lived experience of the city.
John Smith will appear via conference for a conversation with UnionDocs Critical Writing Fellow Colin Beckett.
29 Panasonic Varicam DVC PRo tapes for sale – name your price.
I have a last minute shoot tomorrow in Manhattan and Brooklyn, and am looking for an intern/P.A. to help. We're shooting on the new Canon C300 which is really cool.
The shoot is actually a Kickstarter video for a very cool new product.
The budget is minimal, but I can pay a bit of cash for the day.
Hello D-Worders, we're very excited to be screening our new feature doc OF TWO MINDS this Saturday at 2pm at the Cobble Hill Cinemas in Brooklyn as part of the New York United Film Festival!
Fresh off our sold out screenings at Cleveland International FF and winning both the Jury and Audience Awards at the LA United Fest, we'll be at Saturday's screening with people from the film to talk about their experiences. Hope to see you there!
More info: http://www.oftwomindsmovie.com/
Doug Blush, co-director
OF TWO MINDS
New Yorkers: my son (late 20's) will be enrolled in a one-year master's program at Columbia starting this summer. He needs modest single or shared housing in NYC (ideally upper west side) from June 7 – July 31. And, a year's accommodation for three responsible twenty-somethings beginning August 1. Any leads, please contact me offline and I'll forward them. Any general suggestions as to other viable (more affordable?) neighborhoods welcome too!
Email address for the above: email@example.com. Thanks!
From Emmy award-winning filmmaker, Gayle Kirschenbaum of A DOG'S LIFE: A DOGAMENTARY and MY NOSE, comes a work-in-progress screening of MY NOSE: THE BIGGER VERSION at The People's Film Festival (TPFF) Friday May 18th, 2012 at 6pm at Maysles Cinema in New York.
Filmmaker Gayle Kirschenbaum introduces us to her critical mother in a humorous short film about her mom's quest to get her to have a nose job.
Be a part of the development in this groundbreaking film; join the filmmaker for a Q&A and audience engagement discussion following the presentation.
Check out the People's Film Festival trailer below
Ticket prices for individual film programs: $10.00
Tickets can be purchased at Ticketbud.com http://thepeoplesfilmfestival.ticketbud.com/tpff
Friends, I am looking to borrow or rent one kinoflo (or similar) 4 tubes 2 feet daylight plus tripod for the shooting of some interviews for research for a new project. Would be 8 or 9 June in Houston, 11 June in Denver and 13 June in Grand Rapids (MI) for just a few hours. Who can help? Thank you. (koen[at]elrayofilms[dot]com)
LA friends -
<b>seeking asian female</b> is screening at 7pm tonight, May 11, and 3pm tomorrow, May 12, at the LA Asian Pacific Film Festival. These are the first screenings since our successful premiere at SXSW. We'd love to see you there!
Tickets & details here: http://laapff.festpro.com/films/detail/seeking_asian_female_2012
This is a short documentary that I will be trying to exhibit/submit to film festivals this year. The title is THE GOLDEN SCHOOL, which centers around a Madrassa (school) in Quiapo, Manila. The running time is around 25 minutes. More info of it, here
Any suggestions regarding what festivals to send it?
Raymund, you already posted this in the Festivals topic (a much more appropriate place for it) and we really try to discourage double postings. Trust that people really will find it if it's in the right topic.
In reply to Doug Block's post on Sat 12 May 2012 :
Oh ok. Growing pains! :) I had a mistake on posting this here, and i couldn't erase it anymore. My bad.
No worries at all, Raymund, happens all the time. We're really happy to have you here on The D-Word, and that you've thrown yourself into the discussions so enthusiastically and generously.
A new episode of my podcast THE REAL STUFF is posting today, please give it a listen.
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My guest this episode of Pete Penebre – he is an audio engineer living and working in Washington DC
Looking for a VERY EXPERIENCED ASSISTANT EDITOR in the WASHINGTON, DC area to MEDIA MANAGE film files and do so some drive cloning IMMEDIATELY. Please get in touch with me: JehanHarney@aol.com
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Seeking assistant editor for a one and half week gig starting Monday, May 21, near Columbia University in Manhattan.
The position is unpaid, but an opportunity to work with two award winning filmmakers on a very cool film shot in Africa.
The film follows the recent presidential elections in Senegal that started off with a great deal of turmoil and evolved into a fascinating story.
Production is complete and we are editing a 15 minute work sample to use in seeking additional funding for post-production.
Candidates must be smart, have knowledge of final cut pro, ability to pull selects and edit basic scenes.
Our next DocuClub screening will take place on Wednesday, May 23, at 7p.m., at 92YTribeca, located at 200 Hudson Street @ Canal. This month, we will screen a rough cut of THE INTERNET MUST GO by Gena Konstantinakos. The moderator will be Arts Engineâ€™s own Marilyn Ness.
THE INTERNET MUST GO is an online film-based campaign designed to ignite a national conversation about threats to the open Internet. At its center is a comedic documentary about a fictional character on a misguided mission to take the power of the Internet back from regular people, and restore it to corporations.
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Gena Konstantinakos is an award-winning documentary producer and cinematographer whose work has appeared on ABC News (Peabody Award-winning Hopkins, Boston Med), MTV (Emmy Award-winning MADE), MSNBC (CINE Award-winning Lockup: Getting Out), PBS (NOW with Bill Moyers, Life 360), Discovery/New York Times (Politics and the Media), in independent films, and elsewhere. She has a passion for stories that shed light and inspire positive change.
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Once again: I am looking to borrow or rent one kinoflo (or similar) for the shooting of some interviews for research for a new project. Would be 8 or 9 June in Houston, 11 June in Denver and 13 June in Grand Rapids (MI) for just a few hours. Who can help? Or what rental houses could I call? Thank you. (koen[at]elrayofilms[dot]com)