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Peter Wareing
Sun 15 Jun 2003Link
Hi, Just joined this morning, New Zealander now residing in New York.
Looking forward to being part of the discussion.

Doug Block
Sun 15 Jun 2003Link
Welcome, guys. Peter, want to tell us more about yourself? Todd, I
think you're confusing the Forum with the Community. Since you've
also joined the Community (where the professionals reside), you should
introduce yourself there again. Just click on the D-Word Community
link on the top right of this page.

Kate Albright-hanna
Tue 17 Jun 2003Link
Doug - what happened to the forum about Silverdocs? Did I imagine it?

Erica Ginsberg
Tue 17 Jun 2003Link
Kate, I think it's in the D-Word Community (the members-only section).

Kate Albright-hanna
Tue 17 Jun 2003Link
found it... thanks... still figuring this thing out...

Robert Goodman
Tue 17 Jun 2003Link
lost in the d-world - lions and tiggers and bares.

Mary Gordon
Fri 20 Jun 2003Link
Hello! Greetings from Edinburgh Scotland!

I've just found you. Lara Celini in Edinburgh told me about the site.

I've made 2 short docs. My next project is to go with my Edinburgh
Women in Black group to a peace mission to Israel/Palestine. I would
like to hook up with people who have filmed in the Occupied
Territories and get any tips. Also I'm looking for contacts/names of
peace foundations in Uk which would be likely sources of funding.

In mid July I'm going to the Galway Film Festival/Flach so if anyone
on this list is going and wants to meet up please contact me.

Mary

Mary Gordon
Fri 20 Jun 2003Link
hello there!

I seem to have lost my original post...

Greetings from Edinburgh Scotland. Lara Celini told me about this
messageboard/community.

I've made two short docs (and a drama documentary). My current
project is go document Edinburgh Women in Black going to
Israel/Palestine in Oct as a peace action.

Soooo I'm looking for documentarymakers who have been there recently
who can give me tips and do's and don'ts. I'm getting traning from
ISM on Sunday.

Also any contacts with peace foundations or where to find them who
would be interested in funding this project would be greatfully
recieved.

In mid July I'm going to the Galway Film Festival/Flach and if anyone
else is going and wants to meet up please holler!

all the best

Mary

Mary Gordon
Fri 20 Jun 2003Link
sorry i@m going to have to get used to the posting format. Sorry for
wigging your ears twice!

Doug Block
Fri 20 Jun 2003Link
Mary, welcome! You'll get more help and support by joining The D-
Word Community: www.d-word.com/join. You have one more step to take
to register. The link will explain.

Ben Kempas
Sun 22 Jun 2003Link
Welcome, Mary, and thank you for the tape with your film. Will get
back to you as soon as I had a chance to watch it.

Randy Mills
Thu 26 Jun 2003Link
Aloha from Maui,

I am an independent filmmaker recently graduated from the SFSU Cinema
program as well as the SFSU Photojournalism program. Currently
working at Akaku: Maui Community TV (Public access cable on Maui).
As for my own projects I am currently in post-production on my first
music video (heavy metal band called KHRINJ) and will start
production on a documentary "Surf Art Forever: The Life and Work of
Bill Ogden" on June 28, 2003. Will be flying into LA and taking a
road trip up the coast of California with Bill Ogden, the legendary
surf artist, to San Francisco. Currently seeking sponsorship of my
project, but haven't had anything concrete as of yet, but I've only
just begun. Glad to have found this site.

Aloha,

Randy Mills
www.randomdevelopments.com

Ben Kempas
Thu 26 Jun 2003Link
Aloha Randy, welcome to The D-Word!

John Burgess
Tue 1 Jul 2003Link
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Dan Chapman
Tue 1 Jul 2003Link
My first post. I'm making a doc/bio about my brother. A labor of
love. He's the inventor of a musical instrument called The Stick.
I've been in advertising for many years, over 15 marketing major
studio films. I've always wanted to make one, but have been too
chicken. Seems like the right time, now. I'm trying to decide if
using the Panasonic AG-DVX100 is a good idea. I know it's
pretty low end, but you've got to start somewhere. I went to the
Entertainment Technology World Expo at the Los Angeles
Convention Center on Saturday and did some tests of different
cameras. It looked pretty good.

Ben Kempas
Tue 1 Jul 2003Link
Yes, John Burgess - but why hiding?

Dan - welcome to The D-Word. As you've also joined our private
filmmaker conference {LINK NOT IMPORTED}, you should introduce
yourself over there as well.

Robert Goodman
Tue 1 Jul 2003Link
The DVX-100 is a good place to start.

Doug Block
Tue 1 Jul 2003Link
randy, john, dan... welome!

Doug Block
Tue 1 Jul 2003Link
er... welcome!

Ben Kempas
Tue 1 Jul 2003Link
Forgive Doug, it's his French keyboard in Aix-en-Provence...

Dan Chapman
Tue 1 Jul 2003Link
Thanks, Ben.
I'm not sure how to introduce myself there. Under which thread?

Dan - welcome to The D-Word. As you've also joined our private
filmmaker conference {LINK NOT IMPORTED}, you should
introduce
yourself over there as well.

Ben Kempas
Tue 1 Jul 2003Link
Dan - It's "Introduce Yourself" as well. Try
{LINK NOT IMPORTED}.

Charlie Macchia
Sun 13 Jul 2003Link
Greetings one and all ...

I'm a computer programmer, actor, musician, philosopher, who got tired of arguing
with drummers and wanted a way better way to express how I think ...

So I started doing stuff like this:

http://homepage.mac.com/charliemacchia/

... and now I'd like to find a way to do more.

Doug Block
Sun 13 Jul 2003Link
Nice stuff, Charlie. You're on to something interesting. Now if
only broadband would begin to fulfill its promise.

Anyway, welcome to The D-Word.

Charlie Macchia
Sun 13 Jul 2003Link
Thanks!

Lot's of work, making these "D-Words", it's especially a problem if
you work on your own (Which I sort of have to do, since it's very
expensive to keep any sort of crew waiting while I'm trying out a new
way to explain an Epistemological concept in front of the camera) ...

I originally thought that being a guy who can "do it all" would be a
big benefit ... and it certainly is for getting things done waaaaay
low budget ... I mean I wrote & recorded the music, the script, shot
the video, acted, did the voice-overs, edited the video, color
corrected and was moving onto audio post ... but now it seems the
powers that be don't believe such a thing is possible ...

Apparently I'm too independent to get any help as an independent!

How the Gods of Irony mock me :(

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