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Welcome to The D-Word! Stop in and sign the guest book - let us know a little (or a lot) about yourself.

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Jill Woodward

Phil, I would consider volunteering at IDFA which is a good networking opportunity and chance to see a lot of great docs in exchange for your labor (it's a pretty big time commitment. I have heard that if you volunteer for IDFA's pitching forum you can get a front row seat into that process pitching for commissioning editors.

Doug Block

Welcome to The D-Word Matthew, Phillip and Terri. Good luck with your various projects.

Sahand Sahebdivani

You guys'll be happy to know the sneak peak of Chihiro's Mooch-Me project premiered in the New Mezrab.

Jillian Glantz

Hello Everyone!

I am new to the doc world, but loving it! I am currently in development on a feature length music doc and looking for a producing partner, so if anyone has any advice, my ears are open!


Leo Tafuri

Hi there guys!!
God save the doc!!!
Hug fou everyone!!

Fabrizio Fantini

Hi everyone, I joined d-word a few days ago and now introduce myself! I'm an italian producer/director and I work with my partner Chiara on my company LaDamaSognatrice_audiovisual productions in HD.
On 2009 I working for a new documentary in high definition and I looking for a french coproduction.
See you on line.

Doug Block

Great to have you here, Fabrizio. Thanks for introducing yourself. And a big welcome to Jillian and Leo, as well.

Gerri L. Gagnon

Hello, I'm a USC CNTV grad (and later BU grad) who worked a long time at various PBS stations (with some side forays into commercial and cable)around the US. Currently I'm doing an independent doc on the creation of the first and only classical ballet company in Spain in over 20 years: Corella Ballet Castilla y Leon. After 5 trips to Spain I now hav 80hrs of HD footage, and need to finish the film SOON! But like everyone these days, no job, income, or funding (beyond "moi") is making it hard. The trailer in online, (doing well) but not much else yet.

Stuart Brown

Hello, I'm based in Edinburgh, Scotland. I'm a versatile documentary researcher, production manager, prize-winning producer and self-shooting director with many years experience in factual programming. I have over 36 broadcast and cinema credits, and eight broadcast commissions from self-originated proposals.

See my CV at: