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Ben Kempas
Sun 2 Nov 2003Link
We've always had topics for both Classifieds and Shameless
Self-Promotion in {LINK NOT IMPORTED}, our private conference for
documentary professionals.

Now for the first time in The D-Word Forum, here's your chance to
reach a broader public: This topic allows ALL Cafe Utne users to read
and post.

Ben Kempas
Sun 2 Nov 2003Link
Jobs wanted, equipment for rent, need a sublet, seeking an intern...
Tell us about your company, your latest work, your skills... This is
the place to toot your own horn!

Paul Devlin
Sun 2 Nov 2003Link
"Gripping!
A real-life thriller, with a lot more at
stake than a stock price or a few careers."
 
Paul Devlin's Power Trip, adds three new awards
and continues its theatrical run in Los Angeles at
Laemmle Theaters, 4 weekends in November.
 
Please spread the word about this and the many
other November screenings below.
 
 
Electricity is Hope
When an American energy company buys the formerly state-run
electricity company in Tbilisi in the Georgian Republic,
a comical clash of culture combusts.
 
This top-notch, surprisingly humorous documentary provides
insight into today's headlines, with a graphic, on-the-ground
depiction of the challenges facing
globalization of multinational companies in emerging markets.

The story is told over two years of electrical outages, blackouts,
corrupt politicians and a host of creative, yet highly dangerous,
illegal connections.
--St. Louis Film Festival
 
 
Berlin Film Festival
Florida Film Festival
Hot Docs, Canadian Int'l Documentary Film Festival
Transparency International Film Festival
Port Townsend, WA Film Festival
Red Bank, NJ Film Festival
Freiburg Okomedia Film Festival
 
 
November
Laemmle Theaters
Fairfax Theatre, West Hollywood
Sat, Nov 1, 11AM
Sun, Nov 2, 11AM
Monica 4-Plex, Santa Monica
Sat, Nov 8, 11AM
Sun, Nov 9, 11AM
Playhouse 7 Theatre, Pasadena
Sat, Nov 15, 11AM
Sun, Nov 16, 11AM
Fallbrook Theatre, West Hills
Sat, Nov 22, 11AM
Sun, Nov 23, 11AM
(Buy tickets online)

Stadtkino, Basel, Switzerland
Sa 1.11. 17.30
So 2.11. 13.30
Mo 3.11. 18.30 & 21.00

In the DocHouse, London
Sun 2nd Nov, 4pm, The Other Cinema,
-- 11 Rupert Street, London W1
Thurs 6th Nov, 6.45pm, The Ritzy Cinema,
-- Coldharbour Lane, Brixton SW9

Rehoboth Beach Film Festival
Delaware
Thu, Nov 6, 5:15PM
Fri, Nov 7, 3:50PM
Sat, Nov 8, 6:20PM

Global Visions Film Festival
Alberta, Canada
Fri, Nov 7, 9:00PM

Margaret Mead Film Festival
New York City
Sat, Nov 8, 6:30PM,
American Museum of Natural History

Northhampton International
Film Festival

Massachusettes
11/8, 2:30PM
Wright Hall Smith College Center Campus

Daytona Beach Film Festival
Florida
11/06, 4:15PM

Oslo Int'l Film Festival, Norway
Nov 20-30
11/19 - 11/30

TBILISI, GEORGIA -- PREMIERE
Rustavelli Theater
(Sponsored by the American Chamber
of Commerce and the American Embassy)
November 20th (tentative, to be confirmed)

(December dates - including
Film Forum, NYC - still to come...)
 
 
Thanks for all your support.
 
 


Scott Peehl
Wed 5 Nov 2003Link
___________________________

Lambert House Benefit Screening

Please join Filmingk at a special Seattle screening
of Mindflank to benefit Lambert House of Capitol Hill.

What: Mindflank Screening
When: 7:30pm Friday - November 7, 2003
Where: Central Cinema - 1411 21st Ave. (at 21st & Union)
How much: $5

Proceeds of the screening will go to Lambert House, a center for Gay,
Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning youth and their allies that
encourages empowerment through the development of leadership, social and
life skills.  Further info is available online at www.lamberthouse.org

Mindflank (60 min.)

What do a hip hop producer, a kid who does naked comedy, terrorists, and
faith healing have to do with each other? Find out in Mindflank, the true story
of a year in the life of 23 year old Te Devan "Rocketman" Kurzweil.  He is a
strange mix of Abbie Hoffman activism and Andy Kauffman who hit the streets
of New York last year to fulfill his dream of being a rap star. Soon after 9.11.01
Te discovered he had the ability to take away people's pain without touching
them. This 6'7 Jewish kid from New Jersey spends his spare time fighting
terrorists, healing on the streets and entertaining people with his naked
comedy (as seen recently on the Ricki Lake Show). Although his mission in
life is to mess with people's heads and wake them up from their consumption
induced coma, he maintains that his healing powers are genuine. He
continues to heal people anywhere and everywhere he goes.

Further info, pics and clips are online at www.filmingk.com

Hans Bonato
Thu 6 Nov 2003Link
A planet of pure rock* A planet for you to enjoy the adventure*

PLANET FREY

A refuge for the mountain culture in the Argentine Patagonian Andes

The Film

Planet Frey is the chronicle of the discovery of a very small universe, with a very particular set of characteristics, at the center of which we find the mountain hut Emilio Frey. It is here, in this small planet of granite towers and needles, that we become fully aware of the traditional Patagonian mountain culture. Climbers find in Frey an ideal setting for rock climbing, which is one of its main attractions. The filmmakers go slowly discovering the environment, and in doing so, they begin climbing and end up by feeling the challenge in their own skin whilst attempting some of the main summits in the area. Planeta Frey is visually majestic, with an agile edition and excellent music it is virtually a celebration and invites the spectator to enjoy the mountain.

The Company

DOCSUR is a new independent production company; the first one of its kind in Patagonia. The whole idea behind the company when it was formed was to contribute in the propagation of information and images of this vast, mysterious and virginal region of the planet, with the belief that the broadcast of its natural resources and riches, full of breathtaking contrasts, was the best way to contribute with the full appreciation and preservation of the region. The company*s members and professional crew, all fully identified with their native land, work hard to offer to the world high quality products, that represent as well the infinite diversity of contents found in this territory. Patagonia harbors exquisite manifestations of nature, adventure, mystery, history, science and culture, and the world must have a chance to get to know them.

For more information and trailers visit www.docsur.com


Doug Block
Thu 6 Nov 2003Link
Sounds interesting, Hans. Thanks for posting.

Haven't seen Mindflank so can't comment, but I have seen Power Trip.
Highly recommended!

Erica Ginsberg
Sun 9 Nov 2003Link
Calling all flexible and friendly Philadelphians...

**********************

Does anybody have a favorite d.p., sound person, and/or production
assistant
in the Philadelphia area? I'm looking for a good eye, and lovely
hand-held,
verite-style shooting. A flexible and friendly personality also a
plus!

Thanks for any suggestions!
Best,
Wynette Yao
Producer/Director
Singing Cat Productions
1527 Corcoran Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20009
Tel. 202-483-0031
E-mail: wynetteyao@earthlink.net

Erica Ginsberg
Wed 12 Nov 2003Link
Please respond directly to Court TV by faxing your info to the number
given below. Good luck!

Court TV in NYC has fulltime position openings for PA's. They have
two positions open and are looking for highly organized, self-
motivated individuals with a demonstrated background or interest in
documentaries and long-form non-fiction series. Their PAs help manage
the day to day production process and deliverable schedules of their
more than 150 episodes of new documentary programs each year. This
involves organizing critical documents and serving as a liaison
between Court TV and outside producers. There is also the opportunity
to research story ideas and screen and log material for our in-house
documentary projects.

Duties also include some administrative tasks, such as assisting the
senior staff with travel, expenses, meeting organization and phone
messages.

The ideal candidate will have a college degree and at least some
experience in a related field, such as journalism, television, or
film. Computer literacy and the ability to multitask are also
requirements

To apply fax your resume to 240.337.8569

Nina Gilden Seavey
Thu 13 Nov 2003Link
The Institute for Documentary Filmmaking at George Washington
University is looking for either one or two instructors in
camera/lighting/sound and Avid editing for the spring semester. The
most intensive time for teaching for the technical portion of the
program is in March and April. For more information about the
Documentary Center and this program, go to www.gwu.edu/doccenter and
click on the Institute for Documentary Filmmaking link.

Pay is competitive for academic salaries. To submit a resume, either
send it to seavey@gwu.edu or fax to (202) 994-5806.

Ben Kempas
Fri 14 Nov 2003Link
From the Documentary Filmmakers Group:

There are still places available on this Saturday's Production
Management Course, focusing on scheduling and budgeting, music rights,
use of archive and stills, health and safety, release forms, booking
crews, setting up a shoot, shot listing, transcripts, translations,
insurance, final financial matters, post production and delivery

9.45am in Brixton.

Call 020 7428 0882 NOW to book one of the final places!

Our tutor LINDA STRADLING... is a well-established and experienced
Production Manager with a broad knowledge of budget preparation and
negotiating, credit control, setting up systems and personnel
contracts - right through to production supervision and delivery. She
started out working as a production secretary in the Features and
Current Affairs department at LWT and moved on to become a freelance
Production Manager making social history documentaries for Channel 4,
a Dispatches on El Salvador and a doc for Granada which was nominated
for a BAFTA. Her subsequent work for Channel Four, BBC, Discovery
Channel and National Geographic amongst others has included several
series, docu-dramas, live studio shows, and current affairs programmes
including a BAFTA nominated (Originality) EQUINOX drama/doc for
Channel 4 and the first YOU DECIDE series with Jeremy Paxman.

Ben Kempas
Fri 14 Nov 2003Link
From Discovery Campus:

APPLY NOW for the Discovery Campus Masterschool 2004 - a unique
European master class for documentary professionals and up-and-coming
talents.

Application Deadline: 28th November 2003

> Develop your documentary project for an international audience >
Get intensive tutoring from international experts > Take part in four
effective, practically orientated workshops > Discover the strategies
of international production and distribution companies > Enter the
network of European non-fiction professionals > Meet European and
North-American decision makers and get your documentary produced

More info at <http://www.discovery-campus.
de/english/specials/programme1.html
>

Lorenzo Meccoli
Thu 20 Nov 2003Link
Dear Sir/ Madam,

Please, join me for the world premiere
of an independent documentary on the
voices of dissent in the Bush's America.

"XXI CENTURY"
INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY
FILMFESTIVAL AMSTERDAM 2003
November 21 from 10 am to 6:30 pm
November 24 from 12 pm-noon to 8:15 pm
At City Theatre * City 3
Kleine-Gartmanplantsoen 13-25

Thank you very much for your time and consideration.

Sincerely,
Lorenzo Meccoli

THE BACKYARD
Fri 21 Nov 2003Link
Hi all,

I just wanted to let you know that my doc THE BACKYARD
(www.thebackyardfilm.com) was released today on DVD in the
USA and Canada via Image Entertainment.

Very Best,

Paul Hough
Director
THE BACKYARD

Harry Pallenberg
Fri 21 Nov 2003Link
Over 10 years in the making, SHOTGUN FREEWAY: Drives Thru Lost L.A. the DVD is here. With an all star cast, great reviews, and now added bonus features, why not buy 2 for the Holidays!!!

See a Trailer and Buy it here http://www.customflix.com/Store/ ShowTtl.jsp?id=205166

or buy it by calling toll free 1-888-232-0049

You can see another trailer and read reviews at http://www.kingpix.com/films/ shotgun/index.html

Los Angeles Times says... Morgan Neville and Harry Pallenberg's irreverent, insightful 'Shotgun Freeway' is surely one of the most ambitious documentaries on Los Angeles ever attempted..... - Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times

Hollywood Reporter thinks..... "A breezy, informative look at Los Angeles history and culture... the films angle and talkative, analytical interviewees stitch together a thought provoking portrait of a teaming metropolis unlike any other." - David Hunter, Hollywood Reporter

Before "L.A. Confidential", there was "Shotgun Freeway"-- the groundbreaking 1996 documentary about Los Angeles coming to grips with it's own history. Against a backdrop of never-before-seen archive footage on the L.A., Shotgun Freeway presents a diverse group of "Angelinos" who guide the film through their own past as well as the city's. We get crime scribe James Ellroy reliving his youth as a burglar, Actor/writer Buck Henry's tour of Hollywood fakery, Jazzman Buddy Collette's trip down Central Avenue, Historian Mike Davis' tour of LA's eventual Armageddon, and writer Joan Didion's take on LA's own ephemerality. From the Beaches to the Valley, "Shotgun Freeway" will show you a Los Angeles you never knew existed.

Directed by Morgan Neville & Harry Pallenberg

BONUS MATERIALS include Director's Commentary, The Lost Tim Leary Interview, and three rare promotional films: Hollywood 1931, LA Police Tour, The Free Way.


Paul Hough
Fri 21 Nov 2003Link
Harry,

Your film sounds terrific!

Paul

Doug Block
Sat 22 Nov 2003Link
[copied from Introduce Yourself]


{LINK NOT IMPORTED}: Brian Pia {brianpia} Sat, 22 Nov 2003 18:40:05
EST (24 lines)

Need a strong voice over talent? Former ABC and CNN freelance
television news correspondent Brian Pia now available for documentary
voice over. Contact for demo on CD. E-mail: bpia@bellsouth.net, (205)
877-9870 (W), (205) 988-0607 (H)

Served as on-air talent, writer and producer for thousands of top-
rated news reports, newscasts and documentaries:

·Freelance correspondent for ABC*s Good Morning America and ABC
affiliates. ·Freelance correspondent for CNN and NHK-TV in Japan.
·Staff correspondent for FNN (now CNBC) and FNN Business Radio, with
110 major market radio affiliates. ·Staff correspondent for This
Morning*s Business, which was syndicated to 140 CBS-TV affiliates.
·Former chief reporter/special projects anchor for WBRC-TV in
Birmingham. ·Reported from Wall Street, the Chicago Mercantile
Exchange, Capitol Hill, Saudi Arabia, Honduras and Panama. ·Covered
the presidential campaigns of Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan and Walter
Mondale. ·Covered the Challenger shuttle accident and investigation,
the fall of Drexel Burnham Lambert, Exxon*s handling of the Valdez oil
spill and prepared numerous investigative reports.

Rhonda Moskowitz
Tue 25 Nov 2003Link
A documentary film fundraiser with special guest, author Grace Paley,
is being held at The Museum of the City of New York on Monday night,
December 8th, for the film "Living in the Coops," which tells the
story of radical Jewish garment workers who built housing
cooperatives in the Bronx in the 1920s -- a utopia from which they
set out to change the world. The film has received both NEH and NEA
funding.

Volunteers are needed from 6 PM to 10:30 PM to serve food and drink
and for coat check. Volunteers will be able to participate in the
event,where the director, award-winning doc filmmaker,Michal Goldman,
will be present and show clips, and acclaimed author Grace Paley will
read from her works.

Please contact associate producer, Ellen Brodsky ASAP by e-mail at
filmcoll@aol.com or phone at 781-647-1102.

Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Ave. at 103rd Street is
easy to reach by bus and subway. There is also a parking lot nearby.
Ellen Brodsky will give you the particulars.

Rianne Tol
Thu 27 Nov 2003Link
hello all, Any Dutch or Hollandbased documentarymakers on the d-
word? I am looking for an internshipplace for 3 till about 6 months
starting march 2004. I am a senior student journalism and currently
working on my final project and first documentary. It's a great
tragedy and a tough battle but I am still loving it.

Robert Goodman
Thu 27 Nov 2003Link
rianne - you only need to post a message in one place. We all tend
to read all of the categories. Multiple posts become an annoyance.
That said, welcome to the d-word. I'm sure someone will take you up
on your offer. More hands always needed.

Erica Ginsberg
Sun 30 Nov 2003Link
Forwarding message (I am not the contact)
***********************

Application Deadline Extended to December 1, 2003

The Film Studies Program at the University of Colorado at Boulder
invites applications for a tenure-track position in the production
area
effective fall 2004. Rank is open, although the Program anticipates
hiring at the associate or early full professor level. Those applying
for a senior rank will be considered for the position of chair and
should have previous experience in departmental administration,
grant-writing, and fund-raising.

The production area of Film Studies combines the study of 16mm
filmmaking (narrative, documentary and experimental) with digital
video
and new technologies. We are seeking a film/video maker with an MFA,
significant teaching experience, and a strong portfolio and exhibition
record that demonstrates substantial expertise in digital editing,
sound
design and graphics. Candidates should be thoroughly familiar with the
following applications:

Avid
Final Cut Pro
Pro Tools
2-D and 3-D graphic programs
Internet and New Technologies

The Film Studies curriculum is unique in that it integrates critical
studies and production requirements in the BA and BFA degrees. A
background in the history and aesthetics of new technologies is highly
desirable.

Salary range and rank: Commensurate with experience.

All applications should include a cover letter, vitae, and three
letters
of reference. Please send all applications to Suranjan Ganguly, Chair,
Film Studies Program, Campus Box 283, University of Colorado at
Boulder, Boulder, CO 80309. Review of applications will begin on
October 15 and continue until position is filled.

The University of Colorado at Boulder is committed to diversity and
equality in education and employment.

++++++++++++++++++++++
Karla Berry
Associate Professor
Coordinator, Media Arts
Department of Art
University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC 29208
803.777.6773

Paul Devlin
Sun 30 Nov 2003Link
The movie My Flesh & Blood opened this weekend, and they need some
support at the box office, so if you have any interest in the movie,
please buy a ticket today!

They just won 2 awards at IDFA, 2 awards at Sundance, shortlisted for
the Academy and will probably get a nomination, and not only that
it's an incredible film that gets me choked up just reading the New
York Times review.

But all that may be eclipsed if they do poorly at the box office,
which would be bad news for all of us, so help get the word out, and
help get some people in the seats, today!


"In what has been called the year of the documentary, "My Flesh and
Blood" stands beside "Capturing the Friedmans" and "Fog of War" as an
unforgettable experience".
-Stephen Holden, NY Times

"My Flesh and Blood" etches and unforgettable portrait"
-Kevin Thomas, LA Times

"There's no denying that "My Flesh and Blood" is one of this year's
best documentaries and that the experiences of this family from
Fairfield will resonate with moviegoers from around the country.
***** Five Star Rating
-Jonathan Curiel, SF Chronicle

"You'd have to be a stone to not be affected by "My Flesh and Blood".
-Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly


VENUES:

NEW YORK
ANGELIKA FILM CENTRE
18 W. Houston Street (at Broadway)
Tickets: www.moviefone.com or 777-FILM x531


LOS ANGELES
NUART
11272 Santa Monica Blvd. (at the 405 Freeway)
Tickets: www.moviefone.com or 777-FILM
More info: (310) 478-6379
www.landmarktheatres.com


SAN FRANCISCO
CLAY THEATRE
2261 Fillmore
Tickets: No online or phone pre-sales. Advance sales at the box
office
only.
More info: (415)267-4893
www.landmarktheatres.com

BERKELEY
SHATTUCK THEATRE
Landmark Shattuck Cinemas
2230 Shattuck Avenue
Berkeley, CA
Tickets: www.moviefone.com or 777-FILM
More info: (510) 843-3456
www.landmarktheatres.com

PALO ALTO
AQUARIUS
Aquarius Theater
430 Emerson Street
Palo Alto, CA
Tickets: No online or phone pre-sales. Advance sales at the box
office
only.
More info: (650) 327-3241
www.landmarktheatres.com

SAN RAFAEL
RAFAEL FILM CENTER
Rafael Film Center
1118 4th Street
San Rafael, CA
Tickets: www.cafilm.org
More info: (415) 454-5813

SAN JOSE
CAMERA CINEMAS
Specific Theater to be determined. Please check local listings.
Tickets: No online or phone pre-sales. Advance sales at the box
office
only.


FILMMAKERS WILL BE ATTENDING THE FOLLOWING SCREENINGS FOR Q&A
SESSIONS:

SUNDAY, NOV. 30th
Shattuck Theater
3pm show (check listings for exact start time)
Producer Jennifer Chaiken and key subject Susan Tom in attendance

Clay Theater
5pm show (check listings for exact start time)
Producer Jennifer Chaiken and key subject Susan Tom in attendance

7pm show (check listings for exact start time)
Producer Jennifer Chaiken and key subject Susan Tom in attendance

Odile Isralson
Tue 2 Dec 2003Link
A large NYC bank is looking to staff their teleconferencing group.
They need a manager to manage a group of 4-5 people with experience in
production/AV and teleconferencing. The salary is 90K + up to 30K bonus.
If interested, please contact Duane.Aliah@pobox.com for more information

Christopher Pavsek
Tue 2 Dec 2003Link
Final Cut Pro Training: Long-time D-Word member offers FCP training
in Philadelphia or NY City or thereabouts. I've got lots of
experience teaching groups and one-on-one. I am an excellent teacher
with more than a decade of university teaching experience. I am also
available for consulting and trouble shooting on your system.

Please email me privately for information and rates.
cpavsek@haverford.edu

Erica Ginsberg
Wed 3 Dec 2003Link
Please contact them directly and do not call...Good luck!

Optomen Productions seeks an associate producer for a reality series
pilot to broadcast on a major US cable network. Associate Producer
will work with executive producer, researching and supporting all
production needs, including expert and subject casting, scheduling
and conducting interviews and shoots; locating and acquiring footage;
securing all consent and release forms and clearances for footage;
arranging transcription, developing storyline, making transcript
selects and providing support during post production.

Associate Producer will be responsible for all paperwork required,
including music cue sheets, style sheets, etc., and will occasionally
write and edit elements of the show. AP must demonstrate good
interviewing skills, field production skills and fiscal
responsibility and must be willing to perform any additional tasks
required by the executive producer. This is a 17 week commitment to
begin immediately with potential to continue if the series is picked
up.

This is a full time 17 week commitment with travel and weekend
flexibility. Candidates should possess excellent research and writing
skills, demonstrate creativity, responsibility and organizational
abilities and must exhibit diplomacy and cooperation in all aspects
of production. Candidates must also be organized, responsible and
accurate and be able to work under pressure and without constant
supervision.Prior reality/ factual series experience preferred.

Subject to negotiation/ commensurate with past experience and
qualifications

Fax Cover Letter & Resume to Colin Steele, (no phone calls please!)
or email as attachments and in body text of email to:
colin.steele@optomenusa.com

or fax to: 212-431-4641

Ben Kempas
Sat 6 Dec 2003Link
Found this in my inbox...

Australian Int. Documentary Conference 2004

Take the Journey to the Australian International Documentary
Conference 2004

Journey to where the sand and sea meet for one of the largest
recurrent screen industry conferences in Australia - the 2004
Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC).

The 9th AIDC - hosted by ScreenWest - will run for three
inspirational and stimulating days from 26-28 February 2004 at The
Esplanade Hotel in the picturesque port city of Fremantle.

AIDC is expected to attract more than 600 national and international
delegates who will traverse a very practical program covering topics
such as film content, craft, contemporary theory, technology,
marketplace demands and future directions in documentary production.
Program highlights include:

· Refugees in the World The numbers grow each year, governments make
it harder for the refugee, and film makers to keep telling stories of
the individual who is the person behind the name - refugee. Do their
films make any difference?

· Documentaries - What's New? Are audiences really watching the same
TV show for 20 years? Has anything really changed in the TV guide
between 1984 and 2004? Is Steve Irwin a recycled Harry Butler?

· Different Ways of Measuring A single documentary can alter a
person's life forever. How do you measure that? A look at the impact
of some documentary programs on people's lives.

Rachael Cochrane Mills Wilson ------------------- Telephone:+61 8
9228 1999 Facsimile: +61 8 9228 1970 Mobile: 0411 771 004 Suite 2/ 642
Newcastle Street Leederville WA 6007

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