But where is this Bra?
Near Turin, Piedmont, north west of the country.
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I realized I never did a formal intro. – and will post a pic soon!
The more I read on this site, the more I love it. Thank you to all who put in the time to respond so thoughtfully. And of course, big thanks to the hosts!
I am a documentary filmmaker and attorney. I have made two films so far:
1 – Runners High about a group of inner city teenagers who trained for and ran the LA marathon: www.runnershighfilm.com. Played lots of festals, working on distribution, and learning lots along the way.
We are working on getting it out to the educational market now and I would love to hook up with other running films to do some cross promotions to running groups.
2 – Paper or Plastic? about a slice of Americana told through the national grocery bagging competition. www.paperoplasticmovie.com. Premiered last year at LAFF, played other fests, and playing this weekend at the Feel Good Festival. Got offers from distributors and we passed because the terms were ridiculous. We are taking it out ourselves and planning a limited theatrical release for later this year. Stumbling/learning and will share info. along the way.
3 – we're in development on a third project Chocolate www.chocolatedocumentary.com about three individuals using chocolate to change the world, but have not found funding and it's been put on hold. We hope to do some shorts along the way as well.
I am also fortunate to be working as an attorney with Richard Lee here in Oakland representing mostly independent filmmakers which has been a real joy. I also currently represent Distribber who I believe is providing an extremely valuable service to filmmakers in getting access for them to iTunes and helping them retain/control profits of their films.
My goals are to continue to tell stories visually. I love making films and have been lucky to work with incredibly talented folks (some on D-word – Garret Savage, Alex da Silva, Marco d'Ambrosio, Andrew Gersh, James leBrecht). I'm intrigued by the power of social networking in reaching an audience and want to learn how to do it effectively for our projects. I'm awed by the passion of filmmakers and grateful for communities like this.
oops – I forgot to also say that I have 3 kids under 6 who are awesome and constant entertainment when all else fails.
Welcome Justine. We're very happy to have you. Paper or Plastic was a good fun film. D-Word is like crack. You have been warned.
In reply to Windy Borman's post on Sat 1 Aug 2009 : Hello fello filmmaker...
Just watched your promo, great story, great job! I just forwarded your website to a few people.
This is my first POST. My name is Tim VandeSteeg; I am the Director/Producer of the new inspirational documentary My Run, the story of Terry Hitchcock, narrated by Academy Award winner Billy Bob Thornton.
After tragically losing his wife to breast cancer and struggling to raise three young children on his own, Terry Hitchcock seized on an idea. He wanted to accomplish the impossible: run 75 consecutive marathons in 75 consecutive days to bring attention to the incredibly difficult lives of single-parent families.
I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce you to our film, My Run and hopefully gain your support to help us spread the word about Terryâ€™s amazing story. I am very proud of our film, which has been a labor of love for me for the past three years and Iâ€™m excited to announce its completion.
Being raised by a single parent myself, I understand the sacrifices and obstacles that face single parent families every day. I understand that itâ€™s â€œloveâ€ that keeps these families surviving and pushing forward. I believe the film acknowledges our true heroes todayâ€¦ single parents.
The promo TRAILER is available at: Over 30,000 hits | 5 out of 5 rating!
Sincerely I thank you,
Tim, welcome to The D-Word, good to have you here. And best of luck with your film.
In reply to Doug Block's post on Sun 9 Aug 2009 :
Hi Doug... thank you. By the way, great job with your documentary, 51 Birch Street. I saw it last year with a good friend of mine, a very very moving and powerful film... Tim