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Oren Jacoby
Thu 26 Jan 2012Link

PRODUCTION OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE TO RENT NEAR TIMES SQUARE, NYC

  • MONTH-TO-MONTH LEASE ONLY **

CONTACT FILMS[at]STORYVILLE.ORG FOR MORE INFORMATION

Package 1: Office + Optional Desks: $1500/month each
– two approx 115 square feet offices available (see attached pdf for details)
– each office comes with optional access to a discount on desks in the main room for $325/month each

Package 2: Desks Only: $1500/month for 4 desks
– must rent in groups of four
– each workstation comes with bookshelf, filing cabinet, drawer, chair

ALL PRICES INCLUDE:
- unlimited printing in black & white, color printing within reason
- unlimited phone (local + domestic long distance) and internet
- utilities
- cleaning service
- shared kitchen
- 24/7 access

  • Storyville also has full FCPro and AVID Media Composer workstations and camera equipment available for rent. Please ask for more details **


Nick Verbitsky
Thu 26 Jan 2012Link

In reply to Daniel Gilbert's post on Mon 16 Jan 2012 :

Dan, I'd recommend InterNation very highly.....Eric Derkatsch is the guy there.....Internation.com


Stephen Grynberg
Sat 28 Jan 2012Link

Im a Documentary Filmaker (www.alifeascending.com) four weeks from launching the film on DVD and itunes and I just lost the person managing the website, ecommerce, and digital marketing. Looking to hire someone or more than one person immedietely to help with some
website changes (wordpress) to connect and test the shopping cart (1shopping cart) and someone to keep the social media and online marketing campaign on track to launch date and past.

Please post or send an email to me at sgryny@yahoo.com.

Thanks for your help

stephen


gabriella kessler
Mon 30 Jan 2012Link

Hi everyone,

I'm currently in Houston shooting some material for a documentary I'm making about the radio program, the Prison Show.

I'm looking for a PA for a few hours this week to help with some tracking shots. Depending on the weather (rain is predicted), either Thursday, Friday or Saturday. There is pay.

If anyone has any recommendations I'd be most appreciative.
You can email me at gabriella.kessler@gmail.com

Many thanks,
Gabriella


Steve Holmgren
Mon 30 Jan 2012Link

UNIONDOCS WORKSHOP: Can Documentaries Change the World? Assessing, Funding, and Harnessing the Social Impact of Nonfiction Film

Sunday, February 12th at 4:00pm, $15

Filmmaker and activist Judith Helfand (Everything's Cool), philanthropist and filmmaker Abigail Disney (Pray the Devil Back to Hell), and Debika Shome (The Harmony Institute), in conversation with distributor Caitlin Boyle (Film Sprout), as they explore the promise and potential of documentary to effect social change.

UnionDocs is a non-profit center for documentary arts based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY.

For more details and to purchase tickets, check out the event post here:

http://www.uniondocs.org/february-12-2012-can-documentaries-change-the-world/


Margaret Longley
Tue 31 Jan 2012Link

Looking to rent an HDV deck or camera (in Seattle) 1/31/12 or 2/1/12 to capture a couple tapes. margaretlongley[at]gmail[dot]com

Thanks,
Margaret


goro toshima
Thu 2 Feb 2012Link

HPX 170 for sale.

one owner, 755 hours, excellent condition.

comes w:
-64/32/16 GB P2 cards
-hard petrol bag
-clear and polarizing filter
-4 batteries
-manual/barry green manual
-all accessories
-original box, if wanted

$3000

prefer LA buyer...if any questions, please email at:
goroto22(at)hotmail(dot)com.

thanks.
goro


Andrew Zinnes
Fri 3 Feb 2012Link

The Documentary Summit Washington D.C. MARCH 10th and 11th, 2012

London's successful Documentary Summit is coming to Washington DC on March 10th and 11th, 2012. This intensive 2 day event is hosted by the authors of The Documentary Film Makers Handbook in association with The Documentary Center at The George Washington University.

The 2 days are filled with panels that will take you through EVERY step of the process including storytelling, fundraising, cutting edge filmmaking techniques, distribution, and social media strategies. Our visiting documentary experts include successful & critically acclaimed filmmakers and producers, commissioning editors, foundation directors, social media gurus, DSLR and HD experts, as well as distributors and online platform Dynamo Player's founder, Rob Millis.

For more information and to book tickets, go to www.documentarysummit.com and click Washington DC. Early bird price for the 2 day event is only $99 (normally $149) until February 10th. Seating is limited so book now!

www.documentarysummit.com/washington-d-c/


Gillian Klempner Willman
Mon 6 Feb 2012Link

Looking to rent a DVC Pro deck to digitize some tapes shot on DVC-Pro 50. Does anyone know of any affordable rentals in the DC/MD/VA area? Or of places that would give an indie filmmaker a deal on digitizing 7-8 tapes to a drive? Thanks!


Felix Endara
Mon 6 Feb 2012Link

DocuClub in February!

Our next DocuClub screening will take place on Thursday, February 23, at 7p.m., at DCTV, located at 87 Lafayette (at Walker).

This month, we will screen a rough cut of "Miracle on 42nd Street" by Alice Elliot. The film documents the unique apartment complex called Manhattan Plaza located in Manhattan’s historic theatre district, a neighborhood also known as Hell’s Kitchen. Located on the block between 42nd and 43rd Streets, it is often called the “Miracle on 42nd Street” due to the near-miraculous effect the complex has had on the once-blighted neighborhood and on the lives of its residents. Seventy percent of the occupants work in the performing arts and thirty percent are Hell’s Kitchen residents who are elderly, disabled or have been relocated from substandard housing. The film tells the story of how this innovative affordable housing experiment came to be, the artists it has nurtured, the close community its residents and management have created and the positive impact it has had on the economy of Manhattan’s West Side. By making this film, the filmmakers want to tell the story of the pioneering people, community leaders, government and business people who joined together to resurrect a blighted neighborhood. To watch a trailer of the film, please go to: http://miracleon42ndstreet.org/home.

Director Alice Elliott is an Academy Award-nominated documentary filmmaker whose films are dedicated to celebrating the role of community activism in elevating the quality of people’s lives.

Producer Mary Jo Slater was an original tenant of Manhattan Plaza. As a working single mother, she was able to launch a successful career as an award-winning casting director while also supporting the career of her son, actor Christian Slater.

Producer Nancy Perkins lived in Manhattan Plaza in the 1980s along with her actor husband, Ron Perkins, where she began a successful career in casting, rising to become head of casting at Universal Television Studios for fourteen years.

Editor/Producer Lisa Shreve has lived in Manhattan Plaza since the building opened and resides there today, working as an editor of award-winning documentary and narrative films.

Producer Erika Lockridge of Bahr Productions has joined on as a producer because of her belief in the Manhattan Plaza concept of affordable housing.

Producer Cindy Cowan is currently producing the feature "Red Lights" (starring Robert DeNiro).

Our moderator will be Caitlin Boyle. A leading champion of grassroots and community distribution for independent films, Boyle is the architect of national screening and audience outreach initiatives for dozens of feature documentaries, including "King Corn," "Pray the Devil Back to Hell," "The End of the Line," "A Small Act" and "Bag It." Previously on staff at NPR affiliates WFIU and WFUV and PBS affiliate Thirteen/WNET, she is a graduate of Columbia University and the Indiana University Graduate School of Journalism. Her workshops and presentations have rallied filmmakers at SXSW, Hot Docs, Independent Film Week, Sheffield Doc/Fest, the Los Angeles Film Festival, and The New York Foundation for the Arts. She serves on the board of Brooklyn documentary arts center UnionDocs, and on the advisory board of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts Research Institute for the Advancement of Cinema Arts and Commerce. To learn more about her film services, visit: www.filmsprout.org.

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

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:

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

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