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David Rojas
Sun 15 Apr 2012Link

In reply to Peter Brauer's post on Fri 13 Apr 2012 :

Hey, thanks for replying! I will not be bringing a laptop. I've thought about purchasing the go pro. Do you think we'd need a gps or will road maps do just fine? Also, can we contact the local news stations or any other place tothat might find our story interesting? Thanks for the help.


Peter Brauer
Sun 15 Apr 2012Link

I have never done anything like what you are trying to attempt. So I got no idea about the GPS. I would say, it will be very hard to carry enough SD cards without the ability to dump them onto a hard drive. You can always reach out to the news, but I would think FB would be the best way to build an audience for your ride. http://www.facebook.com/pianoacrossamerica Take a lot at this FB page for a guy who drove around america with a piano for inspiration.


David Herman
Sun 15 Apr 2012Link

My son and his mates did a similar in the UK 2 years ago. Lucky them had padre along to shoot. They made quite a bit of money hitting tourist buses arriving in rest stops, especially when the camera was recording the hit.


David Rojas
Sun 15 Apr 2012Link

That's awesome! Thanks for all the advice, guys! We have a website (AAFSO.org) as well as a facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Across-America-For-Special-Olympics/229855320432108) if you guys wanna check us out! We'll be posting pics and hopefully a documentary. Thank you all.


Syed Azfar Ali Rizvi
Sun 22 Apr 2012Link Tag

Incase you guys were not on the 'Hot Docs 2012' thread ... I'll be attending the entire festival and would love to meetup with any d-worder. Also as Im based in TO, I can meet after the festival, if you intend to stay back!

Cheers
Azfar
azfarali@gmail.com

(double posting ... sorry!)


Christine Beebe
Thu 26 Apr 2012Link

Hi there,
I'm finally getting around to introducing myself. Why? Because I need something!! Could I pick your wise and experienced brains?

I'm currently onlining my documentary, FELIX AUSTRIA!. At this very late point in the game, my experienced music composer raised a red flag and said that my credits don't look like the other credits he's scored – - it seems to him like they're missing a lot of the legal jargon.

Could someone speak with me about what I may be missing? I'm pretty sure my composer has only worked on films that have been pre-sold and have bigger backing with specific credits required, but I need to make sure I'm on the up and up here.

Thanks so much!
Christine Beebe
beebe(at)laturistafilms.com


Elise Laatz
Fri 27 Apr 2012Link

The biennial festival Berlin Documentary Forum is dedicated to documentary practices across a variety of disciplines. From May 31 to June 3, 2012, Berlin Documentary Forum 2 will investigate the ability of images to produce truth and authenticity, to provoke controversy, and to implement change.
http://www.berlindocumentaryforum.de


Marj Safinia
Fri 27 Apr 2012Link

Christine, since you're a professional member, why don't you ask your question again in the Editing topic, and perhaps give us a sense of what you have, so we can tell you if we agree that something is missing.


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Wed 2 May 2012Link

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Thanks,
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Michael Oved Dayan
Wed 2 May 2012Link

Hi All,

I'm happy to share the news that my film, High Plains Doctor: Healing on the Tibetan Plateau, will be screening on CBC documentary channel next Monday (May 7th). I hope those of you in Canada will be able to check it out. I'm going to start sending it to international festivals and I look forward to meeting some of you along the way. Here's the link:

http://www.cbc.ca/documentarychannel/feature-programs/high_plains_doctor/

Best,

Michael


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