Welcome, Owen. Hope The D-Word helps you with your doc work.
@ Raymund Gerard C.Cruz,Doug block and James Longley(my trainer in the workshop)
Thanks for your encouraging am very excited to be with you all in this site and i except to learn more from you in this career we are in altogether,
James am very happy to have in this K-DOX workshop, training us as big you are, ,respect.
thanks at all.
my name is Jean claude MUHIRE, and am freelancer filmmaker in Rwanda from Africa and am now working on the project called Rwanda, my nation my life, it's a documentary project of showing the real history of rwanda from the time it started existing up to present.
so i want to contribute that for my country and let people think differently about Rwanda, know what's Rwanda is.
Thanks and looking forward to keep in touch all of you.
My name is REMY RYUMUGABE, I'm an independent filmmaker from Rwanda , a small and beautiful country nicknamed Country of thousand hills..Right now I'm co-directing a film called Along the way...also working on my two documentaries
I'm glad to be here
Jean Claude and Remy, glad to have you joining Dydine here with us at The D-Word. Feel free to leap into the discussions in the various topics.
Hey,my names are Odile Uwimbabazi a freelance film maker from a country of thousand hills Rwanda,for the last 5 days I had a chance to be with James Longley in a documentary workshop, my dream is being realised in a way of doing documentaries and I hope to learn more from this website.
Welcome, Odile. You can join your workshop mates and register for professional status here. That way you'll have access to all 50 discussion topics.
I'm a freelance video journalist based in Kabul, Afghanistan.
I learned about the D-Word through reading an article about the very talented James Longley.
Some of my work can be seen here (short demo reel)
It's great to be part of this community, and I look forward to connecting with people and seeing new work!
I'm BUHORO filmmaker from Rwanda, Am currently working on my documentary projects.
It's very excited to be here with all of you and i hope together we will make great stuff in this world of documentary films.
Thanks a lot.
A warm welcome, Elissa and Buhoro. Elissa, we saved you the trouble by upgrading you to "professional" status. Figured anyone who shoots with a combat helmet on deserves it.