IDA is also my fiscal sponsor, so here's hoping they find someone great!
Hi, Beth. Is this LA based?
I need a producing company that this interesting in investment and co-producing one documentaries trilogic named "Three Histories, A Single Pain". over the phenomenon of the paramilitary and guerrilla violence in some Colombian regions. .
The documentary is for realizing in Colombia, with natives communities in danger due to the armed conflict: the indigenous groups of the Colombian Guajira, Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta and the Nukak Makuk, of the forests of the Guaviare.
The doc investigation is ready and I based in this investigation, made the treatment. In this moment we needed one co-productor for realising the grabations and the post-production. Our interest is that many people in the word know the situation of the Colombian native people and his situation in the armed conflict. We the Colombian producers take charge of carrying out the total plan of shooting and post-production and the foreign co-producer, the money for that process and we the colombian producer, have loaned to foreign coproducer, the total right of the sale of the documentary in this Word Ã¡rea and one percentage ( 60 %) in others countries. This is our proposal.
This is the Managing Producer with American News Project in Washington D.C. (http://www.americannewsproject.com). ANP is planning to fly me to St. Louis on Thursday to cover the Vice Presidential Debate between Joe Biden and Sarah Palin.
Instead of covering the debate venue itself, we are planning to cover the VP watching party at this following venue.
St. Louis University
1 South Compton Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63103
We are looking for a stringer to work Thursday with us. We need the stringer to do two things:
1.) Pick up two tickets to the event ASAP at one of six locations. The producer should get one ticket in their name and one in the name of Dave Hutchins.
The pickup locations are here:
2.) Meet with me on Thursday midday to use small HD cams to capture the event and co-produce the piece. We can offer a typical day-rate stringer fee and co-producer credit for the piece on our site. We will supply all equipment.
Interested parties should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. I will provide details.
I would like some comments on this documentary site http://www.indiaonfoot.com
Its a bunch of ideas on Indian subjects that could be made into interesting documentaries.
Filmmaker Anne Aghion (Emmy-award winner best known for her films 'In Rwanda we say...the family that does not speak dies' and 'Gacaca') is screening her latest film, 'Ice People' for Independents Night at the Walter Reade Theater (165 W. 65th) in NYC on Thursday, October 16th at 6:30 pm. Check out the brief synopsis below or click to go to the Film Society site and to buy tickets.
Aghion spent four months 'on the ice' with modern-day polar explorers, to find out what drives dedicated researchers to leave the world behind in pursuit of science, and to capture the true experience of living and working in this extreme environment.
"...An intriguing slice-of-life that observes the area's staggeringly beautiful and imposing landscapes and the unique challenges experienced by those who work there."
â€”Variety, May 12, 2008
I'm looking to hire an experienced editor to help with a number of upcoming documentary and commercial projects, including:
Our immediate need is for someone to cut one and three minute trailers for each character in the film as well as one master trailer. Experience with trailer editing would be helpful.
Please email me: email@example.com and include links to editor reels. (This is paid)
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DocuClub in October: Wednesday, October 15, 2008, 7 p.m.
Our next DocuClub screening will take place on Wednesday, October 15, at 7 p.m., at Goldcrest Post (799 Washington Street, between Horatio and Gansevoort), in New York Cityâ€™s West Village. Our moderator will be Dr. Seth Clark Silberman, a New York-based independent scholar who writes on race, gender, and sexuality in popular culture. He has taught film studies at Yale University, and is currently working on a novel that considers how films both mediate and facilitate the ways in which we connect with one another.
Please join us as we screen DISTURBING THE UNIVERSE: RADICAL LAWYER WILLIAM KUNSTLER by Sarah and Emily Kunstler. William Kunstler was one of the most famous lawyers of the twentieth century. When he spoke about his past, he was like a hero from legend. He fought for civil rights with Martin Luther King Jr., and represented activists protesting the Vietnam War. When the inmates took over Attica prison, or Native Americans stood up to the federal government at Wounded Knee, they asked Kunstler to be their lawyer. It seemed to his daughters that he was at the center of everything important that had ever happened. But Emily and Sarah werenâ€™t around for their fatherâ€™s glory days. The sisters were born in the late 1970s when Kunstler was almost sixty-years-old. When they were growing up, he represented some of the most unpopular members of society: people accused of rape, terrorism, organized crime and cop killing. Was Kunstlerâ€™s later work consistent with the moral code he claimed to live by? In DISTURBING THE UNIVERSE, the filmmakers explore their fatherâ€™s life, from middle-class family man, to movement lawyer, to â€œthe most hated lawyer in America." You can view a short trailer at www.disturbingtheuniverse.com.
Emily Kunstler and Sarah Kunstler (producers/directors) manage Off Center Media (www.off-center.com), a production company that produces documentaries exposing injustices in the criminal justice system.
Emily Kunstler graduated from NYUâ€™s Tisch School of the Arts with a B.F.A. in Film and Video in 2000. She worked as a video producer for Democracy Now!, an independent national television and radio news program that broadcasts on the Pacifica Radio Network and on public access and satellite television. With Off Center Media, Emily has produced, directed and edited a number of short documentaries, including TULIA, TEXAS: SCENES FROM THE DRUG WAR (2003), which won Best Documentary Short at the Woodstock Film Festival, and was instrumental in winning exoneration for thirty-five wrongfully-convicted people.
Sarah Kunstler graduated from Yale University with a B.A. in Photography in 1998 and from Columbia Law School with a J.D. in 2004. She is currently a criminal defense attorney practicing in the Southern District of New York. Along with Emily, she has produced and directed a number of short documentaries, including GETTING THROUGH TO THE PRESIDENT (2004), which has aired on the Sundance Channel, Current TV, and Channel Thirteen/WNET. DISTURBING THE UNIVERSE is the sistersâ€™ first documentary feature.
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