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Robert Goodman
Pro
Taochou - it's not kosher to post the same thing four different
times. Enough. As I said in another thread - we all read nearly
everything - post once - if it's in the wrong place so be it.

Don't waste my precious time.
Ben Kempas
Pro
Please calm down, Robert. This is the public forum, and the posting
above was Tachou's first-ever, not an additional one.
Doug Block
Host
Like we say, The D-Word is a very warm and welcoming place ;-)

This is actually kind of out of character for us - Robert's just a
little pre-menstrual today ;-) But the point is a good one for all --
there's never a need to post the same thing twice in more than one
topic. This is more a matter for The D-Word Community rather than the
Forum, where we only have a few topics open, but still...
Taochou Wei
Fan
Yikes sorry Robert, my apologies. I was quite confused. I had posted then
received a note saying I had posted it in the wrong place and that it should be
at topic .25, which then I did except I made a mistake of posting it at .21 by
clicking on the final cut pro link instead and then received a comment saying it
should be in .25 :) so you see I thought I was supposed to re-post it. You
probably enjoyed reading it as much as I enjoyed re-posting it.
Robert Goodman
Pro
And sorry to bark - didn't realize that was in the Public Forum.
thought it was in the Private Forum. mea culpea.
Deleted User
Fan
Hello. I am working on my first documentary film. I am one of the
producers. Looking for any pointers I can get really!
Doug Block
Host
Welcome, Daniela. You'll get lots of pointers from reading the
various archived conferences we've held here. Lotsa luck on your doc!
Stephanie Conn
Pro
Hi -- I just found D-word today and joined instantly. I'm suddenly
plunged into making my first documentary film. I come from radio
broadcasting where i was trying to make a radio doc on the same
topic but didn't find the broadcast home there I'd hoped for. then
some doc-making friends said i should try to make it as a film doc,
instead.

It's all very scary but exciting too as I have come to this project
through the subject, rather than through film-making, if you know
what I mean. Looking forward to meeting you all and sharing ideas
and concerns and choices. It's mind-boggling isn't it?

cheers
stephanie
Ben Kempas
Pro
Welcome, Stephanie. What is your doc about?
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