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Garret Savage
Wed 8 Dec 2010Link

Donald, congrats! That's great news.


Kerry Candaele
Wed 8 Dec 2010Link

I'm looking for an experienced editor in Los Angeles who can work on the west side (Venice). I'm finishing a film about the global impact of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, called Following The Ninth, trailer here: www.followingtheninth.com The film should be high profile upon release. Distributor is in place, with a German partner connected to the Wim Wenders enterprise in Germany. Serious only, please. We can talk about details--payment, hours, expectations if you get in touch. Please be bring something to the creative side, and be able to play well with others. Best, kerry candaele kcandaele@gmail.com

www.followingtheninth.com


Bill Kerrigan
Wed 8 Dec 2010Link

In reply to Donald Goldmacher's post on Tue 7 Dec 2010 :

I'm looking forward to seeing your film….
Bernie Sanders is a very special guy, if there were only more like him in the world.


Vivian Kleiman
Wed 8 Dec 2010Link

In reply to Donald Goldmacher's post on Wed 8 Dec 2010 :

Kudos, Don. What an important subject to tackle.


Soudabeh Moradian
Wed 8 Dec 2010Link

In reply to Kerry Candaele's post on Wed 8 Dec 2010 :
Kerry,
I sent you an email ...


Angela Tucker
Wed 8 Dec 2010Link

Red Square Productions is currently seeking a MARKETING/OUTREACH INTERN to assist with outreach for our documentary film, MY PERESTROIKA.

MY PERESTROIKA follows five ordinary Russians living in extraordinary times – from their
sheltered Soviet childhood, to the collapse of the Soviet Union during their teenage years, to the constantly shifting political landscape of post-Soviet Russia. Together, these childhood classmates paint a complex picture of the dreams and disillusionment of those raised behind the Iron Curtain.

The film had its World Premiere at The Sundance Film Festival in January 2010. The film has won various awards including Center for Documentary Studies Filmmaker Award at Full Frame Documentary Film Festival and a Special Jury Award at AFI Discovery Silverdocs Film Festival. In August 2010, the film participated in IDA DocuWeeks’ Theatrical Showcase at the IFC Center in NY and the ArcLight in LA. It continues to play the festival circuit, including Hot Docs and Sheffield and will have its broadcast premiere on PBS’s award-winning POV series in 2011, in conjunction with the 20th anniversary of the coup that led to the collapse of the USSR.

A minimum commitment of 3 months is required for all internships unless specific projects or immediate needs arise, 10 hours a week. Candidate should have his/her own laptop. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to angela.myperestroika@gmail.com

INTERNSHIP

Depending on your interest, responsibilities may include:
+ Work directly with the Director and the Distribution and Outreach Coordinator
+Assist with administrative tasks around screenings
+ Experience with Word Press, Twitter, Facebook, and Excel.
+ Coordinate events and screenings
+ Research and contact educators, community organizations, social justice institutions, activists, and filmmakers on outreach, content, networking, and various opportunities

Skills:
+ 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 Russian is a plus though not a requirement


Donald Goldmacher
Fri 10 Dec 2010Link

In reply to Bill Kerrigan's post on Wed 8 Dec 2010 :

Thanks for your good thoughts. Let's stay in touch in terms of Canadian distribution possibilities.


Bill Kerrigan
Fri 10 Dec 2010Link

Yes, please do.


David Herman
Fri 10 Dec 2010Link

In reply to Kerry Candaele's post on Wed 8 Dec 2010 :

W-O-W!!!


Ryan Steven Green
Sat 11 Dec 2010Link

FAHRVERGNüGEN!

Looking for a DP to shoot the last leg of the feature-length documentary on Volkswagen, Circle the Wagen.

EIGHT-DAY ROADTRIP from Los Angeles to Tucumcari, NM and back to take place between January 8th and 16th.

You will be following a ramshackle 1972 bus, it’s adventuresome owner, and willing best friend in their final attempt to save this bus from the scrap heap.

While the job does NOT PAY, all expenses will be provided for.

Adventure includes: the historic sights of Route 66; the Grand Canyon; Busses by the Bridge (an annual air-cooled Volkswagen campout and auto show) at Lake Havasu; and a climactic sunset finish on Santa Monica Pier – the West Coast terminus of Route 66. All of which will look gorgeous on your reel. Mucho margaritas will be consumed, along with at least one round of shots – once we’ve shot our martini.

Please refer to our website where you can see a short as well as an extended trailer of our film: www.circlethewagen.com

Sound up your alley? Contact director Ryan Green at ryan@circlethewagen.com. Please include a cover letter describing production experience that included travel, as well as a link to your documentary reel.


Neil Orman
Tue 14 Dec 2010Link

I'm seeking a cinematographer. I'm doing a documentary about New York artists struggling to find work to sustain themselves. I'm shooting some of it myself, but I need someone to help me with the portions I'm involved in, such as my own job search. I'm on a tight budget but I'm offering $50/day, and the days won't be long. I'm a recent graduate of NYU film school and you can read more about me at thinkpiecefilms.com. If you're interested please email me at neilorman@earthlink.net.


Christopher Wong
Tue 14 Dec 2010Link

Any dinosaurs, er, artists out there still working with film? or planning to anytime soon?

I have a $1000 gift certificate with Kodak redeemable for any of their motion picture film stock. Instead of using it myself, I can sell it for $800 to anyone interested. Let me know as soon as you can – I have to use the certificate by the end of the year!


Jesse Epstein
Wed 15 Dec 2010Link

Brooklyn Apt. Available: January 1 – June 1

Hello. I'm going to Northampton Mass. for five months starting in January. and looking for a nice person or couple to rent a large room in my apt.

It's sunny, has hardwood floors, and is near the 1st stop on the L train in Williamsburg.

Sorry no pets or smoking in the building.

But there is bike storage in the ground floor hallway, which is great.

If you are looking or know someone who is – get in touch. epstein.jesse@gmail.com or 917.723.2605


Beth Levison
Fri 17 Dec 2010Link

Hi D-Word,

I am seeking triple-threats – producer/shooter/editors – in Israel (ideally Tel Aviv), London, and Chennai, India. If not triple-threats, ideally a very strong producer/shooter who can build a team. Etsy.com is expanding its video program to include documentary and stylized shorts; I'm looking for filmmakers needing / wanting / open to projects that allow them to creatively stretch their wings.

Etsy stories average about 3 – 5 minutes in length and for the most part, bring the sellers on the site — and their objects — to life. Currently, we feature three main video series: Handmade Portraits, which profile those Etsy sellers; There's No Place Like Here, which feature the interiors of collection-filled homes; and Process, where the methods tell the story. The videos live on the etsy.com's blog.

We're shooting for high values – on the Canon 5D and 7D – but are open to other HDSLRs. Editing tends to happen in Final Cut Pro, but we've been able to work with freelancers who use other systems..

I've posted once before but am trying again – with these specific locations (others may contact me!) interested, please e-mail me yoru info. Thank you! And/or spread this around!

All best,
Beth Levison
Supervising Producer
Etsy Video Team
blevison@etsy.com


Doug Block
Fri 17 Dec 2010Link

seeking someone with good graphic design skills to help sundance competition doc with their poster. some pay involved but the filmmaker is dead broke, so we'd like to defer as much as we can. fast turnaround required, too. sundance is asking for posters to be delivered before the end of the month.

email any recommendations to doug@d-word.com. thanks!

Edited Fri 17 Dec 2010 by Doug Block

Ines Sommer
Mon 20 Dec 2010Link

Today's the day to submit your film to the 2011 TALKING PICTURES FESTIVAL!

We seek films that are thought-provoking, intriguing, entertaining, vibrant, authentic, artful and informative. All styles and lengths welcome. Cash awards for winning entries.

Regular deadline is TODAY: Monday, Dec 20.

This very doc-friendly fest takes place April 15 – 17 in Evanston, IL (next to Chicago) and attracts filmgoers from the entire Chicago metro-area. Venues include Northwestern University's Block Cinema, Medill School of Journalism and Evanston Public Library.

True to its name, screenings at The Talking Pictures Festival foster a lively dialogue between filmmakers and audience members and get the community involved.

"What a wonderful experience the Talking Pictures Festival was! It totally lived up to its name... The shared experience of a film, and then being able to discuss it right away with a group is so important. This was really why I made the film – as a catalyst for discussion, challenging people to ask difficult questions."
– Laura Israel, Director: WINDFALL, 2010 Talking Pictures Festival

Regular DEADLINE: December 20, 2010
Late DEADLINE: January 4, 2011

Entry form and more info at:
www.talkingpicturesfestival.org

Or you can submit your entry at:
www.withoutabox.com/login/8776

Questions? Contact: Ines Sommer, Festival Director
tel 847.371.2804
filmvideoforum@yahoo.com
www.talkingpicturesfestival.org

The Talking Pictures Festival is produced by Percolator Films (www.percolatorfilms.org), a 501c3 non-profit organization that engages audiences with independent films.


Dana Bartle
Thu 23 Dec 2010Link

Fellow D-Word Members,

I recently joined the team at Brooklyn Bowl as their new Event Director! If you are not familiar with the space it is the premier event space in New York, perfect for your next screening or film related event! If you have any questions or want to speak to me about planning an event please drop me a line at dana@brooklynbowl.com

Brooklyn Bowl can accommodate everything from intimate gatherings of 12 to special events for 600 people and everything in between. With a Zagat rating of 27/30 and comments such as “this is what heaven must be like”, let us be the answer to your next event. We have proudly hosted the Brooklyn Public Library’s Annual Winter Gala as well as the Clinton Foundation’s Millennium Network Benefit, and have counted among our guests and performers NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Kanye West, to name a few. With vintage decor,great live music, comfy leather couches and food by Blue Ribbon, your event is guaranteed to be a strike!! Let our team craft and cater a personal event just for you.

Warmly,

Dana Bartle
Event Director
BROOKLYN BOWL
61 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211
718.963.3369 | office
718.363.3699 | fax


Theresa Loong
Mon 27 Dec 2010Link

Hi D-Worders,

I am showing my work-in-progress, Every Day Is a Holiday, tomorrow (Tuesday, 12/28, free admission) at the Chen Dance Center in Chinatown, NYC. My documentary has been greenlit by ITVS/LINCS. Information below. Hope you see some of you.

Best,
Theresa

Heartbreaking wartime memories, family secrets, and the legacy of America’s harsh anti-Asian immigration policies collide in Theresa Loong’s work-in-progress, “Every Day Is a Holiday,” a spellbinding account of an 87-year-old man’s journey from a prisoner-of-war in Japan to an American citizen.
Event: “Every Day Is a Holiday”
Event Type: Work-in-progress film screening
Showdate & time: 
Tuesday, December 28, 2010 

Reception at 6:30pm 

Screening starts at 7:00pm (one hour)

Q&A follows screening
Venue: 
Chen Dance Center 
70 Mulberry St, 2nd Floor 
New York, NY 10013
Admission: 
Free to the public; suggested donation 

Please RSVP by calling (212)349-0126, or just show up
“Every Day Is a Holiday” is made possible with generous assistance from the Chen Dance Center and the Manhattan Community Arts Fund.

http://www.chendancecenter.org/index.php/about_us/latest_news/every_day_is_a_holiday/

http://www.everydayisaholiday.org


Michael Collins
Fri 31 Dec 2010Link

Anyone need accommodations in Sundance? I know someone with 2 weeks available.

Jan 15-22
Park Plaza Resort
2 BR – Sleeps 8
$1500 for the week

http://www.parkplazaresort.com/stay_2br.php#slideshow/images/2br/2bed.jpg

Jan 23-30
Marriott's Summit Watch (amazing location!!)
2 BR – Sleeps 8
Guest room has own bath, kitchen and entrance
$3500 for the week

http://www.marriott.com/hotels/photo-tours.mi?marshaCode=slcvi&pageID=HWGRD&imageID=2

If so, contact me at mcrobot@mac.com


Felix Endara
Tue 4 Jan 2011Link

DocuClub in January!

Our January DocuClub will take place on THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 7 p.m., at 92YTribeca, located at 200 Hudson (at Canal). (We had previously announced a January 12 date, but please make note of this change.)

This month, we are excited to workshop two short documentary films: AN IMAGINARY THING by Reva Goldberg and SONNY by Christina Antonakos-Wallace.

Reva Goldberg's AN IMAGINARY THING is an intimate portrait of passionate children’s theater director Bill Bartlett and his unique gift for unlocking the creativity of troubled kids. An independent educator outside the New York City school system, Bill believes meaningful experiences in the performing arts are critical for children in crisis – encouraging their natural impulses towards creativity, community and self-expression when they might otherwise be snuffed out forever. The short follows Bill over the course of one summer when he is invited to put on an original play, by and for kids, in a prestigious theater festival. He is determined to include some children he has worked with in homeless shelters in his cast, but this goal forces him to face profound personal and professional challenges.

Director/Producer Reva Goldberg is, by day, the Communications and Fellowships Manager at Cinereach, a New York City not-for-profit film foundation and production company that champions vital stories, artfully told. There she handles all public communications, as well as serving on the grants selection committee, and heading up a fellowship program that provides a grant and four months of advising to emerging filmmakers producing socially conscious short films. Before joining Cinereach, she was a producer at Pureland Pictures where she produced the documentary ALL OF US, which aired on Showtime in 2008 in connection with World AIDS Day. Goldberg also co-produced Pureland’s TOE TO TOE, a narrative feature that premiered at Sundance 2009. In 2004, she was Associate Producer of an Emmy-nominated History Channel documentary on the 9/11 Commission (produced by CBS). She has worked with TLC, UPN, Discovery, The Travel Channel, Washington Square Films/Arts, Cronkite Productions and the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. She is a graduate of the SI Newhouse School at Syracuse University. AN IMAGINARY THING is Reva’s first independent documentary as both Producer and Director.

Co-Producer Kacie Barton is the in-house coordinator and live action specialist at Imaginary Forces, a design/commercial production house based in New York and Los Angeles. Prior to this, she has worn many hats, from Production Manager to Second Second Assistant Director on the films TOE TO TOE, A KISS FOR JED WOOD, and TODAY'S SPECIAL, among others. She has directed and produced music videos and other promotional pieces for bands and artists and her work has been featured on MTV.com. She was a production and office manager at Pureland Pictures, where she managed grantwriting and distribution for the company’s social-issue documentaries, including ALL OF US. She is a graduate of the SI Newhouse School at Syracuse University.

In SONNY (working title) by Christina Antonakos-Wallace, we meet Sonny Singh, a Brooklyn-based activist and full-time musician who hopes to be "the first dude in a turban” on MTV. His dream changes, however, when his poised-for-success rock band insists on recording lyrics insulting religious people. Growing up in Charlotte, North Carolina, Sonny and his brother were the only Sikh boys, and he has faced discrimination his whole life. Because his Sikh faith is intimately tied to his musical path and work for social justice, Sonny feels he has no choice but to quit the band. In figuring out his next move, he decides to work as an organizer for the Sikh Coalition. Heading an anti-bullying campaign in New York City schools, he tries to help combat the bigotry he experienced as a young person. Still, working in his own community presents new challenges, and Sonny will have to come to terms with whether or not he can pursue a music career that won’t betray his ideals.

Director/Producer Christina Antonakos-Wallace is a documentary filmmaker and activist based in Brooklyn, NY. In 2006, she graduated at the top of her class at the New School and Parsons School of Design with a B.F.A. in Fine Arts and Video, and a B.A. in Sociology. Her honors include MTV’s "Fight for Your Rights" scholarship and a Fellowship from Humanity in Action. Her varied experiences include assisting filmmaker Barbara Hammer, and interning with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, in Berlin. Currently, she produces videos for NGOs, and teaches media literacy and video production to high school students with the organization Global Action Project. SONNY is a short film featuring one of the protagonists of her feature documentary, WITH WINGS AND ROOTS, currently in production.

Demonstrating enormous talent and stamina, Cheree Dillon is the Editor for both of our featured shorts. Dillon’s most recent feature documentary is Nicole Opper’s OFF AND RUNNING, a co-production of ITVS and The National Black Programming Consortium. The film premiered at Tribeca in 2009 and went on to screen at Silverdocs (WGA Screenplay Award), Outfest (Jury Prize for Outstanding Documentary), and was broadcast on PBS’s P.O.V. in 2010. Dillon began her career as a commercial editor in Chicago and her first foray into short films was editing LESSONS FOR GIRLS, which premiered on The Education Channel and also played at Belgium’s International Film Festival. Since moving to New York, she has edited social issue documentaries for a variety of non-profits including V.O.W. (Voices of Women of Color with HIV/AIDS), Passionists of Harlem, New York Women’s HIV Collaborative, and The American Jewish World Service, along with teaching youth media classes around the city. She was Editor/Producer of SONG OF HANNAH, distributed by The National Center for Jewish Film and Avoda Arts. She also edited the award-winning short comedy HIS SONG IS COSMO, which ran in festivals around the world and won three audience awards for Best Short. Her other broadcast experience includes editing for NBC’s The Today Show, The Science Channel’s Exploring Time, PBS’s History Detectives, and other works for the Discovery Channel, HBO, HGTV, and NYC-TV.

Our moderator will be Angela Tucker. A Brooklyn based filmmaker and writer, Tucker was the Director of Production at Big Mouth Films, a social issue documentary production company that is a project of Arts Engine, Inc. There, she produced PUSHING THE ELEPHANT (IDFA, Independent Lens), the Emmy-nominated documentary, DEADLINE (NBC), ELECTION DAY (PBS' POV) and BEYOND THE STEPS: ALVIN AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER (Great Performances). She directed two pieces for The National Black Programming Consortium and ITVS' Initiative, The Masculinity Project, entitled INVISIBLE MEN and a fiction short film, THE BIRTHDAY GIRL. She directs and produces educational videos for non-profit organizations such as Johns Hopkins Medical Center’s Project Restore and GLSEN, in addition to producing spots for Nickelodeon. She is currently finishing her feature-length directorial debut, (A)SEXUAL, which was featured in last month's DocuClub.

Admission at 92YTribeca is free for current DocuClub members and $8 for non-members.

If you’re planning to attend, please RSVP to docuclub@artsengine.net.

Membership is an annual $50 and it includes free admission to all DocuClub events. It takes five minutes to join online:

http://www.artsengine.net/store/items/docuclub_membership_individual_rate


Jill Morley
Tue 4 Jan 2011Link

Looking for a DP with access to a teleprompter to do a short corporate interview for the web in Toronto February 17th. It should take 2 hours at most with set up. Please contact Jill@jillmorley.com


David Piperni
Tue 4 Jan 2011Link

At the corner of Broadway and Houston in downtown New York, there are 3 large desk spaces or more available in a furnished and networked communal office.

There are lots of shelves, lots of room and lots of light. The large windows face south (Houston Street). There is a table available for meetings. Also a refrigerator, microwave, water cooler, etc. 24/7 access.

It is a friendly, easy going atmosphere with respect for noise levels. Rent is $1,525 the whole space which is about 400 sq ft of the 900 sq ft office.

We’re located at 611 Broadway, 6th floor at the corner of Broadway & Houston.

You would be sharing with a Film/TV Sales & Finance Co., Web Designers.

Move in date flexible but it is available immediately. E-m Dave.

Anyone interested or know anyone interested, please contact me directly and i can send you more info! (dpiperni@cargofilm-releasing.com)

Thank you!


Karen Bernstein
Wed 5 Jan 2011Link

Working in Austin, Texas? We've a fully furnished, swank office space, with secure and fast WIFI on South Congress Avenue, surrounded by cool restaurants and stores. Divided by a partition it was used as an edit and office space (picture shows one side). Two giant wall bulletin boards. Free parking in a garage just seconds away. Sublet monthly price is negotiable...under $600 per month with everything included


Catherine Mattingly
Wed 5 Jan 2011Link

Panasonic DVX100 Kit for Sale $1,050 OBO

Professionally handled and maintained DVX100 with 214 hours. One owner, purchased new from B&H.

The kit includes:

- DVX100
- Remote Control
- Camera Charger / AC Adapter
- Stock Panasonic Battery CGR-D16 / 1600mah
- Extended Life Battery, 7.2v, 5600mah (produced by dvxuser.com)
- Extended Life Battery, 7.2v, 3600mah, (comparable to CGR-D320)
- Rugged, Hard Case (with foam fitted for the DVX100)
- Kata Soft Bag

For more information or to see photos, please get in touch.


Katie Cook
Thu 6 Jan 2011Link

Join us for our next freebie DOC TALKS interview happening tonight with Judith Dancoff, all about DIY Educational Distribution.

Happy New Year to you! Just wanted to give a quick heads up that our next freebie DOC TALKS interview about DIY Educational Distribution with Judith Dancoff is happening TONIGHT, Thurs. Jan 6th, 5pm Pac. This is a very lucrative distribution market and worth the time if you're up for DIY. Traditionally, educational distributors take as much as 75% of your gross sales. With some key knowledge and focused time and energy, you can put this money in your own pocket instead.

Register for tonight's live interview.

www.documentaryhowto.com/free-documentary-teleseminar-registration


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