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Joe Moulins
Sat 23 Feb 2008Link

An XLR adapter will do nothing to improve sound quality for an HV20, or any camcorder. The adapter plugs into the mini-jack, so you're still dealing with that bottleneck. Plus, you're adding another noisy connection to the path between mic and tape, and the pots in the adapter itself which will get dirty and add their own noise. In fact, even when they're not dirty they're pretty noisy.

There are some decent mics available (Rode, Sennheiser,?) with 1/8 inch plugs. I'd go with one of those, or record audio to a separate recorder altogether.


Matt Dubuque
Sat 23 Feb 2008Link

Thanks for the clear thinking Joe!

Nigel, one of the qualifications for being a Member here is that I need to be of demonstrable use and benefit to the professional documentary community. As things appear to stand now, I need to wait until completion of one of my films before I am granted membership. Unfortunately for me, that will be next year.

I do not object to that requirement. I am willing to play by the rules; that's fine. I am not complaining about the rules and I am not attempting to change them.

If you can assist me in becoming a member sooner, then I am willing to share what I know about this with you and others immediately upon receipt of Group Membership. I am aware this decision is not up to you.

As a member, you have much more power in this group than I do. You have access to all sorts of discussions that I am not privy to, that I would benefit enormously from.

Until that fine day when I become a member, I have to zealously guard certain crown jewels which I do possess. Otherwise I would be at a complete and absolute disadvantage to every member here.

Nothing personal at all. It's just part of paying my dues.

Very best wishes to you.

mdubuque@yahoo.com

Edited Sat 23 Feb 2008 by Matt Dubuque

Fredric Lean
Sun 24 Feb 2008Link

Hi Matt,

Thank you for the info. I am going to post the question on mentoring as per your suggestion. This is one crew person filmmaker who is trying to reach a professional as much as he can. so any help about shooting tips (camera, cinematography, sound) is VERY VERY welcome! :-))
Thanks for your support.


Nigel Walker
Sun 24 Feb 2008Link

No worries Matt. The question comes from just an inherent interest for 'all things production' in the Middle East. I worked there for a few years and wondered if there had been any significant changes in access to Mecca. You stated you are a newcomer and I was impressed that you had this kind of access, the assumption I made was that you weren't affiliated with any large media group. I wasn't looking for any hard earned personal contacts just some basics, in the past we used crews out of Egypt because it was difficult to get any non-muslim producers into Mecca. I should have phrased the question differently, apologies. My days working in the Middle East are, in all likelihood, over.

You are right in assuming that I have no influence here and can do nothing to help you become a member quicker, I'll leave that to Doug and the more senior members here who have invested years of their lives creating this invaluable resource and support network.

I will say this though, it surprises me how little the mentoring section is used by enthusiasts, you mention you are not privy to a wealth of information, I disagree, all you have to do is ask a question, the members are incredibly generous with their time and advice.


Lenville O'Donnell
Mon 25 Feb 2008Link

In reply to Matt Dubuque's post on Sun 24 Feb 2008 :
Matt, I may be speaking out of school here, as I'm a fairly new member and not one of the hosts. This forum is, in my limited experience (though I have read every post since the beginning and found a wealth of useful information) one that is, almost above all, based on a selfless spirit of generosity and community. Established filmmakers help each other, and they also help newcomers to the field in public forums, such as this one. I haven't seen any quid pro quo requests here... if someone requests information or assistance the response is always generous and unqualified. Paying it forward, to use a trite phrase. I should think that your providing a member with requested information would be automatic and not come attached with conditions. You could request the member's e-mail and provide the info in private if you did not want to share your "crown jewels" with the public (members do this all the time). It's only my way of thinking, but if you demonstrated through your posts in the public threads that you could indeed be a productive participant in this little village by EXCHANGING information unconditionally with both members and enthusiasts in an intelligent, thoughtful, and professional manner, it might very well accelerate your admission as a member even though you are an inexperienced filmmaker. Food for thought. And don't get me wrong: it's great to have you here participating.


Boyd McCollum
Tue 26 Feb 2008Link

Lenville, well said.


Felix Endara
Tue 26 Feb 2008Link

DOCUCLUB “IN-THE-WORKS” AT SILVERDOCS – CALL FOR ENTRIES

DocuClub is pleased to announce its participation in the 2008 SILVERDOCS: AFI/Discovery Channel Documentary Festival with an “In-the-Works” program.

The deadline for submissions is APRIL 18, 2008. SILVERDOCS takes place June 16-23, just outside Washington DC. For more information about the Festival, go to:
www.SILVERDOCS.com

DocuClub is currently accepting submissions for an “In-the-Works” program at SILVERDOCS. The “In-the-Works” program offers filmmakers a safe environment to screen a rough-cut of their documentaries before an audience of their peers and lovers of the form. The audience is encouraged to give constructive feedback about the structure, content, characters and clarity of the film in a post-screening discussion facilitated by an experienced filmmaker.

Past films that have screened “In-the-Works” include BORN INTO BROTHELS, METALLICA: SOME KIND OF MONSTER, and THE BOYS OF BARAKA, which won an Audience Award at SILVERDOCS.

Submission requirements for the “In-the-Works” program at SILVERDOCS include the following:

• Films must be in rough cut stage and thus ready to be screened;
• Films must be no longer than 90 minutes and no less than 45 minutes;
• Filmmaker should be able to articulate specific challenges that you wish to workshop.

To apply, please mail a clearly labeled DVD screener to the address below. (Please note that your screener will not be returned unless you provide a SASE.) :

Felix Endara
Filmmaker Services Coordinator
Arts Engine. Inc.
104 W. 14th St. 4th floor
New York, NY 10011

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: Friday April 18, 2008

For more information, contact:
Felix Endara
felix@artsengine.net
(646) 230-6368 x 221


Dale Galgozy
Tue 26 Feb 2008Link

In reply to Jamila Gaskins's post on Sat 6 Oct 2007 :

Hi Jamila, Kent is fine. Not much film activity but my teaching is going well. Sorry it took so long to reply, I don't always check this site.

I'm still looking for projects to work on.

Dale


Mercy Murugi
Thu 28 Feb 2008Link

I introduced myself, now let me introduce Ginger Ink Films.

Ginger Ink is a film and television production company based in Nairobi, Kenya and, as you will see from the following, we give creative input and practical support for any production from commercials through to documentaries and feature films filmed all over Africa.

• We have recently filmed documentaries for such clients as Crocs Inc in Malawi, “Soles United in Africa” http://www.solesunited.com/solesunited.mov,
and DHL in South Africa, Nigeria and Ghana;
• Facilitated crew and equipment in Ethiopia on the feature film, “The Athlete”, for the German-based Grand Hotel Pictures/Invicta Entertainment, which will be released in 2008;
• Filmed and produced television shows for National Geographic – “Hunter, Hunted” & “Is it Real?” ; the Travel Channel – “Stranded with Cash Peters”, and Virgin Media TV – “Take Me to the Edge” , the latter of which is to be shown in the UK in July 2008;
• Produced commercials for the African market for blue chip companies as Unilever, Reckitt Benckiser and Diageo and have a team of producers, directors, cameramen, soundmen, art department, location scouts and managers, casting agents, assistant directors, production assistants, grip and lighting crew, etc.

We also have inhouse camera and sound equipment. Grip and lighting equipment can be hired in Kenya.

For your next project in Africa, give us a shout.

mercy@gingerink.tv

Http://www.gingerink.tv

Mercy

Edited Thu 28 Feb 2008 by Mercy Murugi

Robert Richter
Thu 28 Feb 2008Link

Mercy
Kenya has been one of my all time favorite places.
Nowadays it seems to be in a big storm?


Matt Dubuque
Thu 28 Feb 2008Link

Thanks Nigel-

I'm not complaining. But I think it would be incorrect to state that being a Member is identical to not being a member.

I remember as a law student the first time I entered the Stanford Law Library. The wealth of information there is staggering. The general public is not allowed in, for good reason.

But being allowed to study in those stacks of 18th and 19th century books, where the majority of thoughts are in complete paragraphs, was a revelation indeed.

And I have lots of questions about Vertov. For example, what influence did his films have on the very famous German actress Leni Riefenstahl before she started directing many years later? She must have seen his films; they were a smash in Europe. What influence did Vertov have on Bunuel?

And James Longley (member and 3 time Academy award nominee) is the only person I know of who has spent 2 years in Russia absolutely immersed in Soviet montage. I know he's a member here, but I've never seen him post in the Mentoring section. And I'm sure he has the kind of deep, specialized knowledge I seek.

I'm not being ungrateful or complaining. I'm simply able to make distinctions between my specialized inquiries and the general needs of others.

If you are ever at the SF Doc-u-Link I'd love to meet you.

And I'm glad you understand my point about crown jewels, even if others do not. One thing I can say, for me it just seems essential to have an Islamic film crew filming in Saudi Arabia, especially given what I intend to film there. All my analysis starts from there.

Edited Thu 28 Feb 2008 by Matt Dubuque

Mercy Murugi
Fri 29 Feb 2008Link

In reply to Robert Richter's post on Fri 29 Feb 2008 :

Robert,

The big storm slowed to a tiny squall. Now it looks like it's a beautiful breeze!

Things have gotten back to normal(what is normal anyway?)... and i have a deep-seated feeling that they will stay so.


Le Sheng Liu
Fri 29 Feb 2008Link

Hey everyone I'm helping out with marketing and distribution for this feature documentary "Rapping With Shakespeare." Directed by Emmy Award-winner Michael King, it tells the story of how five Crenshaw High School students integrate Shakespearean literature with modern day urban music culture to express adolescence in South Central LA. We had a sold-out debut in Wisconsin and our next screening will be at the Palm Beach International Film Festival. Any support or help getting the word out on this project would be greatly appreciated!!!

Our website
http://www.rappingwithshakespeare.com/

Our Myspace
http://www.myspace.com/rappingwithshakespeare

My email if you have questions
lesliu@gmail.com


Robert Richter
Fri 29 Feb 2008Link

Mercy
I sincerely hope you are right! I look forward to another visit, and this time a side trip to Lamu.


Jason Keis
Mon 3 Mar 2008Link

CALL FOR ENTRIES [Deadline April 9, 2008]: LOOK Presents: Things To Come... A Sci-Fi Film & Music Festival

FILMMAKERS: Deadline: April 9, 2008: We are seeking short films with themes of Innovation, Man vs. Technology, Globalization, Conspiracy, Big Brother, the Apocalypse, Time Travel, Alternate Reality, etc. –- all are welcome.

Go to http://www.LOOKpresents.com/events/thingstocome.html for further details.

Also Appearing that evening will be DJ Chris Alker on the mix spinning a unique blend of space dance rock,

go-go dancers decked in the height of futuristic chic, and to close it out a very special performance by one of our interplanetary live bands.

GUESTS: Open to everyone. We hope to see you all there April 27th.

Sincerely,

Otto de Owl


Rose Rosenblatt
Mon 3 Mar 2008Link

Cozy private office space with a great view in Midtown West Manhattan. 130 square feet. Would easily accommodate 2 desks plus extra storage and receptionist area. We are filmmakers and would like to share our space with others in the filmmaking community. The rent is $800 plus minimal extra charges. Contact info@incite-pictures.com or 212-216-9315.


Liza James
Mon 3 Mar 2008Link

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Learn more at http://xlntads.com. Join us today!


Rachel Talbot
Tue 4 Mar 2008Link

Seeking English speaking producer and/or videographer based in Santiago.
Please send resume to: rachel.talbot@gmail.com before March 14 after which time search will be closed.


Tina Difeliciantonio
Tue 4 Mar 2008Link

Time is of the essence—

We're looking for a small doc video crew, based in Dubai, to shoot March 8th, 9th and 10th. The gig is shooting a prestigious art opening for J.P. Morgan Chase.

Check out: http://www.menafn.com/qn_news_story_s.asp?StoryId=1093186087

We need a professional broadcast format (i.e. Beta, Digibeta, high-end DVcam.) We're shooting 16:9 NTSC but tapes can be converted from PAL or SECAM

Please send resume to Tina DiFeliciantonio, Producer, Naked Eye Productions Ltd., Tina@NakedEyeProductions.com


Andrew Berends
Wed 5 Mar 2008Link

Tina,

Try my friend Basheer barakat76@gmail.com. I don't know if he's a producer himself, but he was a good coordinator for me at the Dubai Film Festival, very helpful. I think he'd be able to point you in the right direction.


Mercy Murugi
Fri 7 Mar 2008Link

In reply to Robert Richter's post on Fri 29 Feb 2008 :

Lamu is fantastic... well, at least the beach though. Was there for Christmas and they have let the street (their version of 'streets') get filled with donkey crap, which makes sight seeing hard as you have to walk with your eyes fixed to the ground...a pity, there is so much to see!

Holla when you are around, will help you get make the best out of your trip!


Alejandro Cock-Peláez
Fri 7 Mar 2008Link

A recommended posgraduate course (diplomado) in "creative documentary" in Cali, Colombia.

http://documentaldecreacion.com/


Alessandro Cassigoli
Mon 10 Mar 2008Link

Hi everybody,

I’m looking for a flat for 2 person in the period between 15th April – 12th May in New York (Lower East side, East Village, LES…). I’ll be there shooting a documentary for the French- German channel “arte”. My name is Alessandro Cassigoli and you can contact me at:
alcassigoli@gmail.com
thank you,
alessandro


Amelia Hanibelsz
Mon 10 Mar 2008Link

I have a friend who recently got a job offer to work in ROME and EGYPT for a year – for a Discovery documentary. If anyone has any contacts or advice please do pass it along. She will be moving at the end of March !!

Many thanks,

Amelia


Amelia Hanibelsz
Mon 10 Mar 2008Link

Oh and i am looking for a LA sound guy for a shoot from the 19th – 22nd of March

Any suggestions ?


Joe Moulins
Mon 10 Mar 2008Link

May I suggest relaxed-fit pants for Rome?


Lenville O'Donnell
Mon 10 Mar 2008Link

Amelia: I know a good sound guy in L.A. E-mail me for details...


Niam Itani
Tue 11 Mar 2008Link

What kind of things about Egypt Amelia? :)


Felix Endara
Tue 11 Mar 2008Link

For folks in New York:

TWN Wednesday Night Seminars

Walk-in seminars on production topics you need – from fundraising to budgets, to media management. All classes are $20/$10 (low income) unless otherwise noted. Register now at workshop@twn.org.

March 19, 6:30PM, Production Planning and Budgeting with Ann Bennett
Preparing to produce your film – from research and preproduction to post production and distribution, with a special focus on preparing budgets. With lots of useful handouts! Led by Producer/Director Ann Bennett, who has worked for WGBH, WNET, HBO, The History Channel, England's Channel Four, and the renowned Blackside Productions.

March 26, 6:30PM, Byron Hurt, Director of Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes
Byron Hurt, an award-winning documentary filmmaker, writer, and anti-sexism activist, talks about making his recent documentary, Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes, which premiered at the Sundance Festival and was broadcast on the Emmy award-winning series Independent Lens, and his film I Am a Man: Black Masculinity in America. A former graduate of the TWN workshop, Hurt aims to make films that help make change. Free Workshop!

April 2, 6:30PM, Fundraising: Grant Proposals and Producing a Winning Sample with Dorothy Thigpen
Just in time to talk about the NYSCA proposal and sample, Dorothy Thigpen, Filmmaker and Executive Director of TWN, goes over useful tips on grant writing and sample production. Bring your proposals and samples for critiques!

April 9, 6:30 PM, Techno Organizing with Rolando Brown of the Hip Hop Association
This workshop demystifies using the new age of Web 2.0 online services instead of desktop applications, and details how storing data online rather than onto one's desktop or laptop hard drive can help with the overall effectiveness and value of the information being created, stored and/or distributed among the community.

April 16, 6:30 PM Sound Tips with JT Takagi

April 23, 6:30 PM, Camera/Hard Drive/P2

Third World Newsreel
545 8th Avenue, 10th Floor
between 37th and 38th streets
1, 2, 3, 7, A, C, E, N, R, Q, W to Times Square 42nd street
212 947-9277 x 304
Register by emailing: workshop@twn.org.


Mercy Murugi
Wed 12 Mar 2008Link

In reply to Amelia Hanibelsz's post on Mon 10 Mar 2008 :

Amelia, Advice first..we had to get permits for everything when we filmed there, and literally had to pay the police to stay off our backs.

Contact – we used a guy called Tamer Abass from Egypt Productions –

tamerabbas@egyptproductions.com

Good luck to her!


Andrew David Watson
Wed 12 Mar 2008Link

In reply to Amelia Hanibelsz's post on Mon 10 Mar 2008 :

Amelia – what exactly is your friend in need of? I have a friend teaching in Rome right now. If she is looking for a place to stay, he might know of something. IF she is looking for any other advince, i lived in Rome for 5 months and short a few little projects there.


Emily Meyers
Wed 12 Mar 2008Link

Eyes of the World Media Group is looking for an enthusiastic and committed video sales and marketing representative for METH INSIDE OUT, an innovative educational DVD series on methamphetamine addiction and recovery produced in partnership with UCLA. The series is geared towards users in recovery, their families and the counselors who treat them. You will be selling the best product ever created in this marketspace. The series combines cutting-edge motion graphics and 3D animation, compelling first person accounts, and the most up-to-date research using an effective and engaging presentation style. We need someone with the passion and experience to effectively get the series to the people who need it most.

Eyes of the World Media Group is a dynamic, team-oriented company that specializes in socially conscious media. Visit our website (www.eyesoftheworldmediagroup.com) for more information about us and METH INSIDE OUT. Please submit a resume and cover note to kate@eowmg.com.

Schedule: Part-time, flexible

Pay: $14/hour plus commission

Minimum commitment: 1 year

Start date: ASAP

Location: Work from home with bi-weekly meetings at our Culver City office

Qualifications: Experience in product sales to large organizations, companies or institutions is necessary. Experience in DVD or educational video sales a plus. Knowledge of online networks and strong internet research skills essential. Excellent telephone, writing, and interpersonal skills. Responsible, self-motivated, good attention to detail.

Minimum education: Bachelor’s degree

Thanks for your interest. We look forward to hearing from you.


Leslie Henslee
Wed 12 Mar 2008Link

CALL FOR REPORTS & DOCUMENTARIES SHOW
This here is a call for art in any medium that accounts the result(s) of some inquiry, investigation, or experiment and purports to document reality in one fashion or another. This may include science fair reports, news reports, book reports, progress reports, process reports, re-enactments, etc… Video documentaries will be played on our small in-store TV's. DVD's for play and sale welcome.

DROP-OFF DATES at the beginning of the show: Apr 12 and 13, noon to 7pm
Duration of show/ Arterrarium dates available: Apr 20 to Jul 13, 2008
Address: 515 Balboa Street, San Francisco 94118

ADD TO THE SHOW DURING THE SHOW by making art in the arterrarium
People of all ages, of all skill levels, are invited to make artwork in any medium in response to the show's theme. The show grows as more people participate. You can make an arterrarium appointment by emailing frankenart@gmail.com. Or if you don't like to plan ahead, Thursday nights are drop-in arterrarium nights,6-9pm.

INTERACTIVE PROJECTS
the frankenNews hour
Add your local news via our drop boxes. Or come read the news or do a segment on air with us. See our website for taping times – www.frankenartmart.com.

frankenmagazine
Writing, drawing, and photography (B&W only, 4 pages max.) submissions will be "published" in the frankenmagazine once a month during the show.

NEEDED!
We need TV's, DVD players, and a digital video camera for this show. If you could lend us any of these for the duration of the show, we would be forever grateful. Thanks!


leslie, reuben, and zeke
frankenart mart
515 balboa street
415.221.2394
www.frankenartmart.com


Jason Rosette
Thu 13 Mar 2008Link

(((Screen Your Movie in Cambodia!!!)))

CAMBOFEST: Film and Video Festival of Cambodia continues to accept entries for its 2nd year, the 2008 Edition, to be held in Siem Reap (Angkor Wat City), CAMBODIA

To submit, or for more information, visit WWW.CAMBOFEST.COM


Jason Rosette
Thu 13 Mar 2008Link

Also:

the iPOD MOVIE ZONE seeks content!

Sell your movie from the iPOD Movie Zone as a download, viewable on portable players like iPods, Zune, and more

Contact camerado@camerado.com to discuss

WWW.IPODMOVIEZONE.COM


Jester Pictures
Fri 14 Mar 2008Link

*OFFICE/EDIT SPACES FOR RENT* (Chelsea, New York)

We are a small production company in New York looking to share our extra space with likeminded creatives.

We have several gorgeous furnished and unfurnished offices in a variety of sizes, Edit Suites with or without systems available for short or long-term rentals. Desk rental is also available in large shared office space. We are in a great location, close to subways and restaurants. High ceilings, lots of light, in a quiet and newly refurbished building.

Please call/email Edna to schedule a viewing and discuss options.

edna@jesterpix.com


Guy Birman
Sat 15 Mar 2008Link

PALESTINE DEMOLITION FOOTAGE?
I'm a film student in City College of San Francisco working on a short doc on Palestinian Home Demolitions by the Israeli military. I need some more demolition footage to finish my film. Does anyone out there have demolition footage I could use or know anyone who does?
Thanks so much for your help.
GUY


Mario Berlinguer
Mon 17 Mar 2008Link

In reply to Amelia Hanibelsz's post on Mon 10 Mar 2008 :
Amelia, I live in Roma, if she wants to contact me for any kind of infos she's welcome to do so. Better via e-mail: e-mail is just "info" and then the @ and then "marioberlinguer.com" ( without the "s of course, sorry I'm trying to keep my e-mail spam free).
Cheers.


Felix Endara
Tue 18 Mar 2008Link

DocuClub’s first session for 2008 is scheduled for Thursday April 3rd, at 7:30pm, at the screening room of our partner Goldcrest Post (799 Washington Street, between Horatio and Gansevoort. For map with directions, go to www.goldcrestpost.com), in New York City.

We will watch Kimberly Reed’s PRODIGAL SONS, the story of “a brotherly rivalry between a man and a woman... and Orson Welles.” Reed was named one of Filmmaker Magazine’s 25 New Faces of Independent Film for 2007. Our moderator will be DocuClub founder Susan Kaplan.

If you are planning to attend, please RSVP at: docuclub@artsengine.net.

Thanks and I look forward to meeting you on April 3rd!

Warm regards,

Felix Endara
Filmmaker Services Coordinator
Arts Engine. Inc.
104 W. 14th St. 4th floor
New York, NY 10011
T. 646-230-6368, x 221
F. 646-230-6388
www.docuclub.org

Arts Engine, Inc. supports, produces and distributes independent media of consequence and promotes the use of independent media by advocates, educators and the general public.


Doug Block
Tue 18 Mar 2008Link

I saw an early cut of Prodigal Sons about 6 months ago and, while it needed more work, it's an utterly fascinating (very!) personal story. I hear Kim's put narration in so can't wait to see it again.

Edited Tue 18 Mar 2008 by Doug Block

Felix Endara
Tue 18 Mar 2008Link

Yes, it's an incredible story with many twists and turns, and it will benefit from the input of DocuClub's smart and dedicated audience.


Le Sheng Liu
Tue 18 Mar 2008Link

To all NYC-area doc makers seeking funding for prod. and/or post...

Dear Filmmakers,
>
>> Are you working on a feature-length documentary that is in
> production or post-production with the intended premiere exhibition
> in 2009? Does your film examine or document people who are
> ignored, ostracized or otherwise marginalized; people fighting for
> social or political change; or broad social movements? If the
> answer is yes, then you should know about the Gucci Tribeca
> Documentary Fund.
>
>
>
> The Fund will provide finishing funds to documentaries that promote
> social change and illuminate issues in need of comprehensive
> coverage currently missing in mainstream media. Grants ranging from
> $5,000 – $30,000 will be awarded in 2008, totaling $80,000.
>
>
>
> Come hear more and bring your questions for Ryan Harrington who
> will answer questions and share information about the application
> process.
>
>
>
> Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund
>
> Thursday, March 27th, 7:00PM – 8:00PM
>
> WMM Office, 462 Broadway, 5th Floor. (Between Broome and Grand in
> SoHo)
>
> FREE
>
> RSVP: fsprogram@wmm.com
>
> Space is limited, RSVP today!

Questions and details go to http://WMM.com

Women Make Movies
462 Broadway, Suite 500WS (at Grand Street)
New York, NY 10013
tel: 212-925-0606 fax: 212-925-2052

Office Hours: 10am to 6pm, Monday through Friday
Subway: Canal Street Station (J, M, N, Q, R, W, Z, and 6 trains)


Mario Berlinguer
Wed 19 Mar 2008Link

Hello again. As i said on my "introduce yourself" post, I'm available for composing original music for interesting documentaries.
Some of my work can be heard on my website at http://www.marioberlinguer.com.

I have a myspace page with some more music, and then another page on NextCat with a couple different things.

Best way to contact me is at "info" and then the @ and then "marioberlinguer.com" (without the " of course).

Thanks and keep up with the good work!


Ben Kempas
Wed 19 Mar 2008Link

By the way, for those who don't know yet, The D-Word has a MySpace page as well.

And a group on Facebook ...

Help spread The D-Word!


Doug Block
Wed 19 Mar 2008Link

Hmmm, the D-Word is a 34 year old male residing in New York New York. Who knew?


Ben Kempas
Wed 19 Mar 2008Link

Your city, my age, and John's good karma.

We had to set these things, there was no way to hide them.


Joe Scherrman
Wed 19 Mar 2008Link

Clever.


Brian Regienczuk
Sat 22 Mar 2008Link

I am interested in advice on how to find right person (film maker) and fund a small documentary style effort and what might be interesting goals / benefits that makes it a win/win for company and film producer. Budget would likely be shoestring, but could be an interesting experience.

Example situation:
Say you have a big event every year like MacWorld (AppleWorld) or an auto show (but put on by only one company, not a tradeshow)... you show off your latest products, you launch 2 or 3 new things, and you show a vision of where your company is going (concept cars, or other physical immersive manifestations). You have to entice the media and your top customers to attend and you want to broadcast and create discussion around all 3 parts of this event experience...

I am exploring how a highly experiential event with similar attributes could leverage film/documentary storytelling in interesting, meaningful ways – meaningful to the company, its stakeholders, and the film maker...

Some nice to have goals for company might be:
+ capture people's reactions around new product innovation at large/major event in Eastern Europe (new product concepts around several themes, dramatic event experience in major city, new products being launched, other interesting products being demonstrated/show for sales in both business to business and business to consumer arena)
+ capture value design is adding to business
+ possible interviews with CEO/CMOs from top companies
+ many other areas that could be mutually interesting if discussed... but trying to understand if this might be interesting to a qualified independent film maker or high potential starting out

There could be two cuts... both would likely be very people-focused. But, one could capture essence of business value and the other could be all around creative/design side of things.


Nicole Cattell
Sun 23 Mar 2008Link

Need help getting your doc funded? I've written and gotten grants and fellowships from ITVS, NEA, LPB, Guggenheim, Jerome Foundation, NYSCA, NYFA and more. I can help you make your proposal successful. Email for more information: nicolecattell at gmail dot com.


Doug Block
Sun 23 Mar 2008Link

Nicole, I see from your profile you helped Natalia Almada write a proposal that got her ITVS funding. Nice. Natalia's an old friend – be sure to say hi if you're still in touch. She's also a D-Word member who hardly ever posts, so nag her for me.

Glad to have you here as a member, too. Be sure to say howdy in the Introduce Yourself topic.


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