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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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Ben Kempas
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Ben Kempas
Pro
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Ross Geraghty
Fan
Hi,

I am an MA student in Documentary Research at London College of
Printing in London. I made a documentary film in Sydney Australia
and am currently working on my final project for the MA, a feature-
length historical docudrama, for which I also intend to write the
script. I am also currently trying to get my first professional film
made, having thoroughly researched it. It's a 35-40 minute science
(astronomy) doco.

Looking forward to getting involved in this discussion group!

Best wishes

Ross Geraghty
London
Ben Kempas
Pro
Welcome Ross! Hope to see you in our private forum
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Deleted User
Fan
hi, joshua litle here. I am NYC based filmmaker with one feature
to my credit. Also I freelance as cinematographer and teach part
time at the NYU school of professional studies. I'm working on a
doc now and exploring resources (like d-word). Lots more about
me and my film at www.jfilmic.com.

Thanks - josh
Pablo Lloret
Pro
Hello to everybody, I´v been mainly a scriptwriter and I am now
developing a doc series under international coproduction. I am based
in Spain.
Doug Block
Host
Ola, Pablo. I visited your beautiful country a few years ago and
can't wait to go back. Nice to have you with us.
Deleted User
Fan
My name is Julienne Stretton,I have worked in new Zealand television
for 20 years,starting as a documentary researcher then
producing,writing and directing my own documentaries. I have also
worked in current affairs proding and directing in NZ for 60 Minutes
and 20/20.I have directed over 20 documentaries covering a range of
subjects and approaches including observational,reality life
situations,historical,political issues,arts. I have a background in
anthropology and I am particularly interested in how people create
meaningful worlds and respond to their life circumstances. My
approach is personal and intimate,my role is to find a way for people
to tell and reveal their personal stories. I am inspired and moved by
the heroism of ordinary lives. I am interested in working
internationally on international subjects.
Tom Furtwangler
Pro
Greetings. I'm the director of MedEd Media at the University of
Washington School of Public Health and Community Medicine (Seattle),
where I produce and direct public health training films, health
documentaries, and related projects. Just read about d-word in The
Independent, I was too cheap to buy a copy but I wrote a note on my
hand before putting the magazine back on the newsstand!
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