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Megan A Clancy
Thu 5 Jan 2012Link

Hello I'm Megan Clancy a deaf journalist who interviewed deaf and normal hearing Koreans in Seoul and Los Angeles. Please contact me if you are interested to help me with networking.


Doug Block
Fri 6 Jan 2012Link

Welcome to The D-Word, Megan!


Justine Jacob
Fri 6 Jan 2012Link

Hi Rachel! You forgot to say how awesome you are and how much the Bay Area misses you, so thought I would add that quickly for you!


Stacy Jill Calvert
Sat 7 Jan 2012Link

In reply to Doug Block's post on Wed 28 Dec 2011 :
Aww! Not sad at all! :)


Stacy Jill Calvert
Sat 7 Jan 2012Link

In reply to Nick Verbitsky's post on Tue 3 Jan 2012 17:58 UTC :
Hi Nick! Small world! I'm going to be a two-time saluki when I get out of here (someday!) :)


Ron Osgood
Sun 8 Jan 2012Link

In reply to Stacy Jill Calvert's post on Sat 7 Jan 2012 :

I wish they had digital documentary courses when I was at SIU...actually would have had to have been called analog documentary.


Oggi Tomic
Tue 10 Jan 2012Link

Hi everyone,

My name is Oggi Tomic, I'm originally from Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and currently based and working in London and Cambridge (UK).

I have recently completed a course (BA Hons) in documentary film and TV at the IFSW. I am professional camera and sound operator with my own equipment looking to collaborate on any current and future productions so please get in touch.

Best wishes to you all in 2012!

Oggi


John Burgan
Tue 10 Jan 2012Link

Welcome Oggi – hear good things about your work (as it happens, as well as being one of the Co-Hosts here at The D-Word I also work at the Newport Film School in Wales, formerly the IFSW). Always good to have the next generation of filmmakers join our community.


Oggi Tomic
Tue 10 Jan 2012Link

Hi John,

Thanks – look forward to getting to grips with this community and get in touch with people. Hope all is going well at IFSW.


gabriella kessler
Tue 17 Jan 2012Link

Hi everyone,

I'm French-American based between Paris and New York (mostly Paris for the last few years).

I'm going to Houston on the 24th of January for 2 weeks to do a research/trailer trip on a documentary about women who fall in love and marry prisoners who are either on death row or sentenced to life without parole. I am particularly interested in the dichotomy between these love stories and a judiciary system that is not built on rehabilitation or redemption, and does not encourage social reintegration. I am hoping that these love stories will allow for a greater reflection on forgiveness and reinsertion, in contrast to a prison system that is often times built on a vicious and violent cycle from which it is difficult to break.

An integral part of the film will be the weekly radio program called the Prison Show (recently profiled on NPR's All Things Considered), which, as its name indicates, is a radio show that discusses the Texas criminal justice system. It's a fascinating show, which has listeners who call in and leave messages for inmates, hosts and airs weddings by proxy, among general conversations about death row and prisons in Texas.

I'd love to meet any Houston doc filmmakers while I'm in town, or hear about anyone's experiences filming in prisons. Also, I'll probably need a PA for a couple of days work (paid), so if anyone has any advice on any of these fronts, I am open to all suggestions.

Many thanks!
Gabriella

www.gabriellakessler.com


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