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Here's your chance to reach a broad public interested in documentaries. Get the (D-)Word out!

Please include a LOCATION. Spam will be deleted.

As this is a PUBLIC forum, it is also a good idea to write email addresses longhand (person[AT]d-word[dot]com)

Joanna Rabiger
Pro

Looking for a Paris based French and English speaking PA to work on a UNESCO shoot 3 through 5 February at a rate of 150 euros per day. Email me at jorabiger@fastmail.fm if interested. Thanks.

Christopher Pavsek
Pro

DVX100a for sale. Very few hours. Great shape. All original accessories plus a uv filter, polarizing filter and a padded shoulder bag.

Make an offer. They sell for about 1000 US on ebay.

email me directly at monkeybz (at) telus dot net

Tailinh Agoyo
Fan

What's it like to be in the middle of the Sundance buzz? Stressful? Thrilling? Fun? Expensive? Find out on Monday, as Hank talks live from the Sundance Film Festival with filmmakers Annie Sundberg and Ricki Stern. Their film, JOAN RIVERS: A PIECE OF WORK, is premiering that very night in the Documentary Competition. REGISTER now to hear the latest fest news and how Ricki and Annie are faring under the pressure and excitement of Sundance. Find out the back story on how they made this eye-opening portrait of one of America's most interesting icons.

DATE: Monday, January 25th, 2010

TIME: 10am PST (11am Mtn, Noon Central, 1pm EST) for one hour

REGISTER NOW! You can listen in via your computer or phone, and can email questions in to the filmmakers.

go to www.documentaryhowto.com and click on free teleseminar

Tailinh Agoyo
Fan

Check it out Hank's Sundance Blog – Entry #2 -Sundance Scene and Overherd

...People come to the fest to walk main street and troll for celebs. I heard Ben Affleck was creating quite a crowd, and I passed Michael Chiklis today. The sidewalks are continuously blocked by flocks around someone 'famous'. I am so outa da loop that I am not recognizing many faces in these spontaneous crowds. I passed by one gaggle yesterday, and did not recognize the guy who was signing autographs. Then a young lady said she wanted to tell him how much she loved him on General Hospital. Main Street is always good for a chuckle.

At a panel yesterday on Media Marketing, a panelist referred to 'District 9' as an “independent film,” because it had a budget of $30 million. The crowd groaned. More proof that the 'indy film' label has become as ubiquitous as 'fat free'...

READ THE REST OF HANK'S BLOG AT http://www.documentaryhowto.com/documentary-blog/114-hanks-sundance-blog-entry-2

Doug Block
Host

Don't take this hard, Tailinh, but passing Michael Chiklis on the street doesn't exactly make me wanna go run to read Hank's blog. On the other hand, hearing Ben Affleck was creating quite a crowd is pretty damn exciting, gotta give you that.

Dempsey Rice
Pro

Independent Documentary Filmmaker Seeks Outreach and Marketing Intern

I am an award winning documentary filmmaker based in Brooklyn, New York who is just finishing a new experimental short documentary about remembering called FORGET ME NOTS.
I am seeking an intern who can help me research the markets I have targeted for the distribution of this film and to help me focus my audience outreach strategy. This person must be able to employ critical thinking skills, work independently and be familiar with Mac computers. Knowledge of Excel and/or FileMaker are a plus.
This is an opportunity to get hands on experience for a very small company (rather than answering phones at a big firm) and would be ideal for someone studying marketing/outreach and/or a documentary film student who wants to learn what grass roots distribution is all about.
To learn more about the film and my work please visit www.dempseyrice.com
To ask questions or to apply for the position please email a resume and cover letter stating your experience (as a student or professional), why you are interested in working for a small production company and what you bring to the table.
dempsey@dempseyrice.com

Thank you!

Tailinh Agoyo
Fan

REBEL DOCS
Rebel against the entrenched establishment. Reject authority, fight the power. Re-new your right for freedom and individuality. Docs can help us do that....right? Redford has said many times that docs are our last bastion of reliable truth since the traditional media... “has gone the way of the dodo.” And the docs this year at Sundance cover everything from Iraq to a female comedian's struggle to keep going despite the impenetrable boy's club. But do these films do anything to actually change the way Coke, Chevron and Citibank run the world?.... READ THE REST OF HANK'S BLOG
http://www.documentaryhowto.com/documentary-blog/116-hanks-sundance-blog-entry-4

Doug Block
Host

Just a little snark, Tailinh, and it's good for body and soul. Actually, Brooklyn's getting more and more like Santa Fe every day.

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