Working in Austin, Texas? We've a fully furnished, swank office space, with secure and fast WIFI on South Congress Avenue, surrounded by cool restaurants and stores. Divided by a partition it was used as an edit and office space (picture shows one side). Two giant wall bulletin boards. Free parking in a garage just seconds away. Sublet monthly price is negotiable...under $600 per month with everything included
Panasonic DVX100 Kit for Sale $1,050 OBO
Professionally handled and maintained DVX100 with 214 hours. One owner, purchased new from B&H.
The kit includes:
- Remote Control
- Camera Charger / AC Adapter
- Stock Panasonic Battery CGR-D16 / 1600mah
- Extended Life Battery, 7.2v, 5600mah (produced by dvxuser.com)
- Extended Life Battery, 7.2v, 3600mah, (comparable to CGR-D320)
- Rugged, Hard Case (with foam fitted for the DVX100)
- Kata Soft Bag
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Join us for our next freebie DOC TALKS interview happening tonight with Judith Dancoff, all about DIY Educational Distribution.
Happy New Year to you! Just wanted to give a quick heads up that our next freebie DOC TALKS interview about DIY Educational Distribution with Judith Dancoff is happening TONIGHT, Thurs. Jan 6th, 5pm Pac. This is a very lucrative distribution market and worth the time if you're up for DIY. Traditionally, educational distributors take as much as 75% of your gross sales. With some key knowledge and focused time and energy, you can put this money in your own pocket instead.
Register for tonight's live interview.
Great workspace share to edit your documentary. No need to go to Manhattan when you can work in a beautiful 3000 sq foot loft on the waterfront in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
$1600/month â€“ 250 sq ft with dual monitor Apple quad-core editing station w/FCP 7
$850/month â€“ 250 sq ft workspace
$300/month â€“ desk
We have a full range of equipment for independent productions including lights, HD cameras, digital cameras, sound equipment, backdrops and teleprompters.
1/11/11 â€“ The Untitled Bobby Bare Jr. Documentary filmmakers collaborate with Superfine to present: an evening showcasing independent music & independent film.
Nashville rocker Bobby Bare Jr. makes his DUMBO debut and will be joined by special guests Carey Kotsionis & Bonnie Whitmore! Enjoy free Titoâ€™s Handmade Vodka & PBR as they take over the stage at Superfine Bar & Restaurant!
Join us in DUMBO â€“ the center for all things art and all things that rock
Doors open at 8pm
For advance tickets and event details go to:
Very good condition Canon 5D Mark II with original box, manual and discs. Perfect functioning condition, was recently cleaned and checked by Canon. Purchased Spring 2009. Has a few dings from normal use, but they are all aesthetic.
3 x Canon batteries
LCDVF viewfinder (good shape, a few surface scratches on body)
FaderND adjustable ND filter (77mm)- Brand new
Canon wireless remote
Asking $2300 shipped. You can pay by Paypal as a gift or add 3% for Paypal fees.
I am looking for an LA based DP and Sound person for a travel show for ARTE France.
Its approximately a 2 week Job starting mid/late march.
Sound Person preferably speaks French.
All leads are welcome.
The first Docs In Progress screening of the new year is less than 2 weeks away. Come join us on Tuesday, January 25 to watch two documentary rough cuts and participate in a moderated feedback session. This honest and constructive feedback is aimed at helping the filmmakers get to the next stage of completing and distributing the film. This program is open to the general public.
HIDDEN BOOKS by Sam Hampton (30 minute rough cut)
This portrait piece of Kumi Korf explores the lifeforce which inspires art. The Japanese-American artist creates architectural designs, prints, paintings, and artist books which are held by the Library of Congress, the New York Public Library, and the Tate Library, among others. We travel with Korf from her home in Ithaca, New York to her homeland of Japan as we explore the inner life of an artist.
THE LOUDEST SHOW ON EARTH by Mariana Studart (30 minute rough cut)
Giba GonÃ§alves has built up the Batala Percussion Band from one of the poorest neighborhoods of Salvador, Brazil to a worldwide organization with more than 1,000 drummers in 10 different countries. Regardless of age, gender, nationality, or language, the band plays as one – united by the universal language of music.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
The Writer's Center
4508 Walsh Street
Bethesda, MD 20815
The Writer's Center is off Wisconsin Avenue in downtown Bethesda close to the Trader Joe's. Click here for driving and walking directions from the Bethesda Metro. Drivers, please note that the public lot immediately across the street has coin-based meters and they are strongly enforced through 10 pm.
Suggested Donation: $10. Cash only at the door.
This screening is sponsored by the Writer's Center and supported in part by the Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County and the Maryland State Arts Council.
I'm looking for a line producer for a low budget doc feature to be shot in the US and overseas. It will be centered around interviews of men and women telling their relationship stories. If interested please contact me at email@example.com. Thanks!
P.S. The attached video will give you an idea of the inspiration.
DocuClub in February!
Our February DocuClub will take place on Wednesday, February 2, 7 p.m., at DCTV, located at
This month, we will screen a rough cut of ONE NIGHT STAND by Elisabeth Sperling and Trish Dalton. The documentary is an intimate, behind-the-scenes journey from the blank page to the live stage, as top Broadway and television writers, actors, and directors produce four original short musicals, all within 24 hours. Think "A Chorus Line" meets "Project Runway" – a window into the creative process with a compressed time frame: the spark, the anxiety, the camaraderie, and the ultimate thrill of expression.
Producer/Director Elisabeth Sperling worked as a producer and writer for Maysles Films from 2005 to 2007. Her work includes HEAD BOY, an exploration of racial boundaries in small-town post-apartheid South Africa; BREAKTHROUGH NEW YORK, a promotional video about an academic enrichment program in New York City; INDIAN VILLAGE, a chronicle of an American familyâ€™s visit to their home village in India; and SOMEBODY LOVES ME, a portrait of the Upper West Sideâ€™s unique personality. She has a B.A. from Harvard, an M.A. from Columbia, held an endowed chair in the history department at the Horace Mann School, and was awarded Fulbright and Klingenstein Fellowships.
Producer/Director Trish Dalton is an independent producer and filmmaker. Her film credits include KERAS & MANIS (editor; Gold Kahuna from Honolulu IFF, Best Editing Award from Los Angeles Reel FF 2010), WHY ARE WE IN AFGHANISTAN? (producer/editor; Studs Terkel Award for Media and Journalism 2010), 34x25x36 (co-producer; aired on PBS, and was selected by many festivals, including: SXSW, Full Frame, and True/False 2008/2009), FARM SANCTUARY (co-director/co-producer; Media that Matters 'Good Food' award 2007), and TIFFANY'S STORY (director/producer; Tribeca Film Festival 2005). Dalton has also directed and produced a range of pieces for companies such as Amazon, Kashi, Danskin, Pepsi, and National Geographic television.
Our moderator will be Ann Rose, executive producer of original programming at Sundance Channel. She joined the channel in 2004, and since then has overseen critically-acclaimed and crowd-pleasing non-fiction series including the GLAAD award-winner TRANSGENERATION, SIN CITY LAW (from the Oscar-winning producers of THE STAIRCASE), and GIRLS WHO LIKE BOYS WHO LIKE BOYS. She has also pre-licensed and executive-produced numerous documentaries for the channel such as GUEST OF CINDY SHERMAN, BEAUTIFUL DARLING, PRODIGAL SONS, and JOHNNY WEIR: POP STAR ON ICE. As an independent filmmaker, she worked on documentaries and TV series for a variety of broadcasters including HBO, PBS, BBC, ARTE, Fox, and USA Network, and directed and produced two short films, LICENSE TO PLAY and BO: THE I CHING AND THE FALL OF THE TWIN TOWERS.
Admission at DCTV is free for current DocuClub members and $6 for non-members.
If youâ€™re planning to attend, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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