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Comfort Anix
Mon 17 Mar 2008Link


Houston Cypress
Tue 18 Mar 2008Link

As a greeting, we could ask:

CHeehantaamo = How are you?

or we could ask:

Hee(th)oklo? = Is it good?

It's also important to remember that we have no word for "GOODBYE" in our language: because we will see each other again. Tomorrow, next month, or in the next life. So instead we say:

Teheechoolaka! = We'll see each other again!

Doug Block
Tue 18 Mar 2008Link

welcome alissa, adrian and huey. hello back, comfort (winner of the shortest intro in d-word history).

Ben Kempas
Tue 18 Mar 2008Link

Heethoklo, Comfort? I think you need to post a bit more in order to attract attention here...

Laurence Solomon
Tue 18 Mar 2008Link

Hi, I just finished editing a documentary on gay/straight marriages, and have edited and co-produced many films, sports, arts, TV Magazine shows, historical and am happy to join D Word. Larry

Adrian Pirvu
Tue 18 Mar 2008Link

In reply to Peter Gerard's post on Mon 17 Mar 2008 :

I`m about 50% into shooting it but i would like to get more financing. can you give me some tips about development workshops and so on?

Ben Kempas
Tue 18 Mar 2008Link

Welcome, Larry. Cheehantaamo!

Nikos Stamboulopoulos
Tue 18 Mar 2008Link

Hi everybody. I'm an all around player based in Athens, Greece. Currently producing and directing a doc for the last remaining fishermen at a village in a Greek island. I recently attended the Pitching Forum at Thessaloniki Doc Festival (organized by EDN), where I had the chance to pitch my project for international funding.

I own a small production company called "Yperoptix", which specializes in creative documentaries and corporate videos. Will also do location management and second unit photography. Anything you might need from Greece, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Cynthia Winings
Tue 18 Mar 2008Link

Hello, i am pursuing my interest in making documentary films by attending the Maine Media Workshop's documentary course this summer. (i want to use this medium for education and outreach for non-profits and ngo's.)
i was looking for doc. film-making internship possibilities online when i came across your website! i'm happy to have found this community and will check here often to learn more about what is going on – Thank you! cynthia
(ps. i love the 'enthusiast' banner beneath my pic!)

John Tait
Wed 19 Mar 2008Link

hello. just happy to be here...

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