Any friend of Doug's deserves it.
Hi Lauren, glad you followed up and registered. Now go all the way and sign up for professional membership here. When you do, check out the Face 2 Face topic, since there will be a small gathering of D-Word members in L.A. tomorrow night who you'll definitely want to meet. Service dogs especially welcome!
While you're at it, fill in your profile a bit more when you can.
I am now officially a professional! And today I'm up to nine million hours of tape. Double win!
Hello all...Doug Blush here, editor of WORDPLAY, IOUSA, OUTRAGE and others. Directing a feature doc with my wife on bipolar condition for later this year, and proudly premiering FREAKONOMICS Friday April 30th at Tribeca (I edited the Eugene Jarecki segment). Glad to be aboard!
Glad to have you, Doug. Some nice credits you bring along, too. Curious to hear more about your own film (in the Works in Progress topic) if you care to share.
I'm working on a documentary film in Rocklkand. Will be filming next week. Getting tired of trekking to NYC to rent cameras. Does anyone know of any local avenues to rent , buy or borrow cameras?
Hey everyone. I'm Matt Groff, a writer-producer-director working in New York. I premiered my debut feature doc, U.N. Me, at IDFA last November (wonderful festival) and done some follow up festivals along the way. Looking forward to connecting on issues surrounding doc production and promotion.
Welcome, Alice and Matt. Alice, you're better off asking questions like that in the Classifieds topics.
Hi Everyone. I am Seth Shire, a post production supervisor and film critic with a special interest in documentaries. I look forward to discussing all aspects of documentary filmmaking from the technical to what's new and exciting in all of your work. Speaking of which Doug Blush I was at the "Freakonomics" screening at Tribeca on April 30. Nice job. In fact I have an article on my blog in which I mention it – www.unpaidfilmcritic.wordpress.com.
Great to have you here, Seth. If there's any justice in the world, you should definitely be called The Paid Film Critic very soon!
I am Jeff Bush. I work at The Wall Street Journal as a multimedia producer. I shoot and edit video stories that the print reports write as well as do a little of my own reporting. Even though I have been shooting and editing for the past 15 years or so, I have always been in more or less ENG.
I want to expand my skills by volunteering to work on a documentary in a more extreme environment. I want to learn some of the practical skills when it comes to shooting in less than ideal locations.
Hi, Jeff. Welcome to The D-Word.
Hi everyone, I'm a website editor with the Prague-based Institute of Documentary Film... Hoping to make a lot of you interested in documentary developments in Central and Eastern Europe. Please visit our portal www.dokweb.net for articles, interviews, trailers, and more...
You're welcome Jana. You've definitely got an interesting venture going on there in Prague.
A good day to all. Glad to be here & looking forward to the journey.
Me and my friend just got back from greenland where we were filming for our first documentary. Before that, we did snowboard movies. so we met this guy from australia, murray fredericks (great guy, check out his work) and he told us about the d-word. great that such a thing exists and i am looking forward to profit and contribute to and from it..
check us out on mmpfilms.ch and read you around, thanks
Greetings, Joe and Beat. Glad to have you with us here.
Hi everyone! We met Mr. Block at a screening of Racing Dreams last week at the IFC Center. We directed a documentary titled KEEPING THE PEACE. (www.keepingthepeacefilm.com) We're happy to be part of the D-Word community!
JJ & Tai
Mr. Block, who's he? Geez, making a guy feel old. Anyway, howdy JJ, welcome to The D-Word. So you know, you and Tai will need to register separately. One of our few rules here, besides the golden rule.
Hi Doug! Didnt mean to make you feel old. lol. Sure, I'll tell Tai to register on his own as well. He's not online at all times like me :) Thanks for welcoming me to the D-List! Happy to be part of it.
Hi! This is bharat nerkar. I am basically a director- cameraman and a graduate from the Film and Telivision institute of india,pune. I teach also to the students of TELEVISION PRODUCTION at the above institute.My interest is in making documentaries on various socio-political, environmental subjects.I WANT TO INTERACT WITH VARIOUS DOCU FILM MAKERS.Thanks and with best regards--bharat nerkar.
Great to have you here, Bharat. Welcome.
My name is Alex Block. I am recent graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee where I studied film. I've been working in the documentary field for almost 2 years now and I've recently embarked on a multimedia documentary about homelessness and the justice system, shot entirely on the Canon 5d Mark II.
Hey Alex, great name you have there. Welcome to The D-Word.