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Introduce Yourself

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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.

Please note that this is one of our Public Topics, so best to enter email addresses with (at) to prevent them being harvested. Spam will be deleted.

Doug Block
Host

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.

Elissa Mirzaei
Pro

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)
https://vimeo.com/41980764
It's great to be part of this community, and I look forward to connecting with people and seeing new work!

Buhoro Tite
Pro

Dear all!
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.
BUHORO

Doug Block
Host

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.

Elissa Mirzaei
Pro

In reply to Doug Block's post on Wed 23 May 2012 :

Thank you, Doug– I've seen trailer for The Kids Grow Up and 51 Birch Street, but yet to see both films in entirety and very much want to. Both look really compelling. Great to be a part of this community with so many talented people like yourself!

Raymund Gerard C. Cruz
Pro

In reply to Doug Block's post on Wed 23 May 2012 :

(Regarding the combat helmet) Haha! Indeed Doug!

Welcome Elissa, I will view your work when I get home. VIMEO is blocked off in my office. There are tons of talented doc filmmakers that are part of the D-word, and we welcome one more (with a bad-ass headwear too)!

Hoping to see more interesting works from Kabul. Keep making them!

Niam Itani
Host

Welcome Elissa, Buhoro, and all the Mzungus from Rwanda. Great to have you here on The D-Word :)

MBABAZI Aime Philbert
Fan

I'm MBABAZI, a freelance filmmaker from Rwanda, I'm attending James Longley's workshop which is almost ending in Kigali, I leran a lot and I'm ready to put it in practice in my upcoming projets, as learning never end, I hope I'll keep learnin from this website

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