Welcome, Laura. I have a good friend (she's Chinese) doing doc work but she's in Beijing, so not sure if that's helpful. If you want to get in touch anyway we can take this to email.
Hi I am a young filmmaker; new on the scene and looking to investigate these types of community sites as an outlet for... anything really. Just want to gain experience and learn from others...
Glad you discovered us, Anne. Great to have you here.
I am happy to find you guys, it looks like an interesting site. I'll be glad to answer any sound questions you might have.
Welcome, Michael. Hope to see a lot of you in our Sound and Music topic. Laura, I'll be in touch soon.
Laura Kissel encouraged me to sign up. I'm a Shanghai-based Shooter-Director, working on a hodgepodge of documentaries, TV commercials, and corporate image films.
Hi, Marj Safinia encouraged me to join...
I'm a TV and new media producer with strong ties to the documentary community and serve on the board of the IDA. Just helped rebuild documentary.org there.
Welcome Carl and Thomas, but you're only halfway there. Feel free to sign up for full membership to get access to all of our discussion topics.
I'm Anita Womack, a documentary producer in Brooklyn, NY. I heard about you guys from Doculink.
I'm Rob Jackson and I've been bitten by the documentary bug. My first and only project to date is "Tracking Patagonia," a doc shot in Patagonia that is currently in post-production (I'm associate producer and co-cinematographer.) To keep it short, I'm here to learn, share and be an active part of the documentary world! Looking forward to it...!
Hi Everyone My name is Jennie Stenhouse and all though I come from a Computer science background I have found my self and my calling in documentary film. I am currently working my first job in the industry as an editor, camera chick and production assistant but long to do my own films ( I have a couple of my own projects i am tinkering away on ) . I found the sight through docu-link I to am looking forward to learning sharing and being an active member of the community.
Hello, this is nilankur, work in a new media studio www.cultureunplugged.com We provide online space to showcase, promote and cross pollinate ideas of film makers of SE Asia, Middle East and Africa. Hope to have a meaningful alliance with like minded friends/Film Makers.
Hello, this is Gerry and I am currently working on my first doc, about an extraordinary self-taught artist from Birmingham Alabama. I learned about the d-word through doculink, and look forward to participating in the community.
It's a documentary avalanche! Welcome one and all.
Really, it's coming fast and furious, and great to have you all here with us!
I'm a UK-based documentary maker and film journalist. I have been working on a documentary about environmental racism in a community living around oil refineries in Texas independently for 5 years, and recently won Best Short Pitch at BRITDOC festival and money towards completion of the film. Myself and the director (photographer Zed Nelson) are trying to get funding to complete post-production to meet our April deadline so I've gone the IndieGoGo route. If anyone has any great blogger leads from people who'd be interested to know more about the topic, I'd gratefully hear them.
More info on the film and a three minute trailer at:
Hannah, with your credentials you're welcome to apply for full membership of the D-Word, which will give you access to all the members-only topics.
Hi there- found out about you guys from doculink. I'm a freelance television documentary director/producer/writer (Discovery, Nat Geo, TLC, etc.) who also produces indie docs on the side.
Hello, My name is Sarah and I am a senior at Marywood University in Scranton, PA. I am working on a senior project which has developed into a documentary on people living with and/or affected by breast cancer. This will be my first documentary so I am a little unexperienced but I am also very excited. Anyone have any tips?
Um, go to law school?
Ok, just kidding, Sarah. We have so many people flooding the entrance gates here lately I'm getting a bit giddy. A warm welcome to one and all.
Hello to everyone, I recently helped shoot my first documentary called â€œHoboconâ€. The documentary is about our adventures as we go to Gencon (The worlds largest gaming convention) and hang with fellow gamers. This is the first doc to cover this culture that is not biased or geared at making fun of the subjects. We are very proud of that fact. We shot the film using high quality consumer level flip out mini-DV cameras. Nerds are a shy lot and we wanted to keep them as comfortable as possible. Sometimes all the proper gear gets in the way of the story. Now that we are in post-production I have been tasked with the job of getting the word out. Dose any one have any tips for me on this? Please check out our trailers on You-tube under â€œHoboconâ€, they are pretty fun to watch.
Hi I'm SamProof – I'm starting a Documentary about an artist in Los Angeles who currently has no kidneys. He's work is amazing. I've pretty much just started. I'll be blogging about it at http://proofalist.blogspot.com/
I myself have worked the last few years in Reality TV, and have been saving up for a while so right now I'm financing the first stages of this film myself. In fact I'll be the whole crew, director, camera and editor. I've been making videos on youtube (http://youtube.com/samproof) for the past couple of years and building up for this project.
btw if anyone knows where I can find a group release and a contract boiler plate for my main subject please point me int he right direction. (I already have a standard release form)
so that's me. Hi folks.
Welcome Wil and Sam.