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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.

Peter Charles Peterson
Fan

Hello to the D-Word community.

My name is Peter. I have been engaged in the world of production on a somewhat limited basis for many years, but am just now taking on a relatively serious project. I live in Northern California and am a fairly recent member of the Capitol Film Arts Alliance.

I graduated in 1969 from Fresno State University with a BA degree in Radio-Television Broadcasting. I did some on-air work at a small radio station for a while, but did not break into the local TV market. Instead, I did a stint in the military and went back to graduate school to earn a law degree. After working full time for a number of years as an attorney in the environmental field, in 1995 I took on part time event videography, moving into the world of DV and desktop editing and doing a number of small projects. I have also spent the last 16 years in public access TV, crewing on numerous studio and field productions, in addition to serving on the board of directors of the local access organization for the last 8 years. Since 2005, (about the time I partially retired from my attorney career) I have been looking for a viable documentary topic.

It was not until a year ago that I acquired the equipment to support a 2K workflow that would provide minimum acceptable production values. I also found myself fully involved in the sports world. I am deeply enmeshed in what is essentially event videography, with a demanding shoot schedule and lots of travel. One result is that I have discovered a compelling story line that I want to take on and produce as a full-length documentary. It deals with the world of rowing, a very robust, competitive and established sport, but it still seems to fly largely below the radar here on the West Coast. I have some hard shooting deadlines coming up very soon, so I need to get moving with a lot of development and pre-production loose ends.

Doug Block
Host

Welcome, Peter. Pretty wide range of experiences you bring to The D-Word, and to making docs. The world of rowing seems filled with potential as a subject, or just a setting.

Andy Schocken
Pro

In reply to Gregory I Hamilton's post on Sun 26 Aug 2012 :

Yeah, d-word is a great resource, and can develop into a tangible, real-world community if you get into it and meet people. There are plenty of places to start, so just pick some topics to browse and don't get overwhelmed by how much is out there. Sounds like you're in the distribution phase of your film, so maybe dive into the marketing and distribution thread, and you'll find some great conversations. You can always try to find other d-worders in your area to meet up with in person. Go up to the "people" tab, and do an advanced search by location. I see one other user in Steamboat Springs, and plenty more around Colorado.

John Boik
Fan

Hello Everyone.
I am the author of a new book on social change and am here to suggest my work as a topic to filmmakers. The book is called "Creating Sustainable Societies: The Rebirth of Democracy and Local Economies". Essentially, it is a blueprint for remaking our financial, economic, and governance systems so that they are more sustainable and better able to serve the common good.

As most people are aware, our society, and the planet, are in serious trouble. The book offers a practical strategy for change, based on demonstrating new systems at the local level. It has potential to fundamentally alter the course of our history. Rather than a finance and economic system driven by greed, we could have one driven by cooperation. Rather than a governance system corrupted by money, we could have one where all people have an equal impact on the political process. There is a viable path to real change, and I need your help conveying this message to the world.

You can view the book trailer at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDO7JOsCaHA. More videos are coming soon. I welcome any discussion or interest. If you live in LA/Orange County, and have interest in the project, I would be delighted to meet in person.

Andrea Z Davis
Pro

Hello All,

I spent a few days lurking around the perimeter before registering; lo and behold, I've found my tribe. My name is Andrea and I've enjoyed reading a number of bios and introductions. What I love about film is that it's a collection of snapshots that extrapolates a possibility beyond the immediate and like so many of us, where we’ll end up is not where we’ve started. I knew I wanted to write when I was about 8 years of age but my parents weren't sure what could be done with writing(I guess the same could still be argued, lol). Instead of majoring in English I went to the other "E" – economics and though I've enjoyed my career, the isolation of the human experience within the numbers was too numbing. I retreated to my minor, sociology, and there I've found much more fulfilling work.

Adding a little more detail than my bio lists, my dad passed away in May so I relocated to my home state of Louisiana to support my mom. Here I hope to focus on producing more of my stories as well as my father's – while searching through his belongings, I found a folder chock full of news clippings and his story ideas. So maybe Dad was okay with writing after all. It has explained much of why I can’t walk away from this process.

I’m very appreciative for this platform. Looking forward to getting to know you –

Doug Block
Host

Welcome to The D-Word, John and Andrea. Very sorry for your loss, Andrea.

Niam Itani
Host

Welcome, Andrea! I love the story about your Dad and stories. Welled my eyes up, in a beautiful way. May his soul rest in peace. And welcome again, join the discussions :)

Jocelyn Edelstein
Pro

Hello there! My name is Jocelyn and I'm currently wrapping up post production on a feature length documentary I directed and produced called Believe The Beat. It follows the evolution of a community of young, inspiring hip hop dancers in Rio de Janeiro Brazil. Producer is a new role for me and I'm now navigating the scape of how I think it will be best to put this film into the world. I love the resource that the D-word offers for professionals and creatives to provide support, solidarity and feedback. I am always open to receiving this feedback as well as providing it. I'm the founder of the Urban Body Project, a collective that uses multi media tools to explore the bridge between dance, community and culture and I enjoy discovering possibilities for future creative collaborations. I feel inspired to take part in this large web of global storytellers who use the medium of documentary and film to cover such vast areas of the human experience. My website can be found at www.urbanbodyproject.com and my blog at http://believethebeat.tumblr.com/. Look forward to more conversations!

Doug Block
Host

Good to have you here, Jocelyn. Welcome to The D-Word. You may want to go through some of the back posts in the Marketing and Distribution topic to get some ideas for getting your film out into the world. Best of luck with that.

Steve Horner
Pro

Hello. My name is Steve Horner. I'm a composer that has in the past few years begun scoring feature length Documentaries. My most recent film is "The Eyes Of Thailand" featuring Ashley Judd as Narrator www.eyesofthailand.com My previous is "My Run" featuring narration by Billy Bob Thornton www.myrunmovie.com. Both films have won multiple awards. A good deal of my earlier career was spent scoring TV commercials but after my first Doc I was hooked. Here's my website where you can listen to cues from the films http://www.hornermusic.com . Looking forward to becoming a part of this community.

Kevin Farrell
Fan

Hi All,

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Doug Block
Host

Good to know, Kevin. The Public Classifieds topic would be a good place to post this info.

Brian Smallwood
Pro

Hello friends,
I am a new member and am amazed at the great info on this site! I recently read along with the topic: Crowdfunding – with Jennifer Fox and Katherine Nolfi. That is some amazing stuff and thanks for that.
I have been in the Film and TV industry for over a decade, working in the VFX industry in Los Angeles. I have worked on more than 80 film and TV projects. I am currently Producing and Directing a feature length Doc on the New generation of American bicycle racers.(I know, good timing) I have been in production for two years and have just released the first trailer. I plan to start crowd-funding soon, probably w kick starter, and then finish next fall. I look forward to some great interactions with you all. Thanks for having me! Here is my website and trailer, I shot 99% and edited on Final Cut Pro: http://pathtothepros.com

Doug Block
Host

Hey, Brian, this is the sound of your D-Word co-hosts asleep at the wheel. An overdue welcome.

Mary Ann Butcher
Pro

Hello, I'm Mary Ann McQueen Butcher. I'm a TV veteran / consultant in the areas of PR, casting & development. Most recently, I have been writing articles directed at newbie producers giving them advice on how to get their unscripted shows bought. You can find me at RealityTVDepot dot com.

Always looking for new projects.

Cheers!

Doug Block
Host

Good to have you with us, Marry Ann. Or is it Mary Ann Ann?

Mary Ann Butcher
Pro

Hey Doug,

It's "Mary Ann" but when I initially filled out the log in info, the form wouldn't go through without a middle name...soooooo "Ann" was what I entered ....making me "Mary Ann Ann"...

Feel free to call me pretty much anything but "Mary"....I'll answer to most anything else! :)

Mary Ann

Doug Block
Host

Nice to see you found us, Isamotu. All the way from Nigeria. Welcome.

Doug Block
Host

We're even gladder you're part of this community, Kia. The Muir Project seems really intriguing, best of luck with it. Keep us posted on your progress, for sure. And feel free to leap right into the discussions here.

Juliet Snowden
Pro

Hi Gang,

I wanted introduce myself. I am a screenwriter by trade. I wrote the horror-drama THE POSSESSION out in theaters right now. Go see it! I also wrote the Nicolas Cage film KNOWING. I'm on the D-Word because I've been working on a documentary for over ten years that is finally finished and having its world premiere in my birth city of New Orleans. The film is screening at The New Orleans Film Festival Oct 14th and 15th.

The lovely D-Worders Doug Block and Marjan Safinia were consultants on the project and I could not have made this film without their guidance. Seriously. I could NOT have done it. I will be forever grateful.

Here is a description of the HOLLYWOOD HAIR. And please check us out on Facebook.
https://www.facebook.com/HollywoodHairDoc

HOLLYWOOD HAIR
Thirty years ago, Tony Morales opened his hair salon on Hollywood Boulevard with dreams of catering to the rich and famous, instead he became a father figure to the many bit actors, outsiders, and runaways who had come to Los Angeles in hopes of a better life. HOLLYWOOD HAIR tells the story of an unlikely 'family' that exists in the shadows of the world's most famous boulevard – a place where dreams are born and die every day. Shot in stark black and white as a contrast to the typical glamorized images of Hollywood, this offbeat film shows a very real and unforgettable side of Tinseltown that most have never seen.

Thank you!

Hope to see some of you in N'awlins.

Best,
Juliet

Ethan Wearn
Fan

Hi. I am an amateur documentary filmmaker. I am seeking professional advice/support for a global warming/reincarnation documentary I am putting together. Based on experiences in my life I strongly believe in both topics. I have a project description at: http://www.juntoboxfilms.com/projects/mother-is-burning. Specifically, I am looking to partner up with a professional documentary filmmaker who can help me give this subject the professional treatment it needs. Any questions or advice would be greatly appreciated. If interested I can send you a link to the Mother Is Burning trailer. Thanks!
fossmtnfilm(at)gmail.com.

Malkia K. Lydia
Pro

Welcome, Ethan. That's a very interesting concept. Good luck, and I look forward to seeing the result.

Kelly Burns
Fan

Hello all,

D-Word was recommend to me by a friend – he sent me a link to a recent post by someone looking for a little After Effects help. I ended up working on the project and it was a really nice experience, and a fun short to by involved with. So, I thought I'd sign up and say hi, and thanks!
;)

Kelly
http://www.kellyburnsworks.com

Sinisa Kukic
Pro

Hello. I'm new to D-Word and want to introduce myself. I'm a cinematographer and have recently moved to NYC from San Francisco. I have experience in shooting documentaries, fiction, and tv. I'm looking for projects to work on and and to meet fellow filmmakers in NY.

Best,
Sinisa
www.SinisaKukic.com
contact info in the hidden section

John Burgan
Host

Welcome to The D-Word, Sinisa, hope you'll find your virtual home here wherever you move.

You don't need to put your private information in the hidden section as it's immediately available to all D-Word members when they click on your profile. We advise that email addresses are entered "longhand" in the public topics to avoid being harvested for spam purposes (the rest of D-Word is a closed community, so no problem there)

Rose Caiazzo
Fan

Hi there!

My name is Rose, I was told about this forum by a filmmaker that came to Jackson Hole, Wyoming where I live. He suggested I visit this site & pose a question for you, to get more insight on this topic. Many thanks in advance!

I am a professional voice over talent. I've done TV/radio commercials, voicemail systems, corporate narrations, how-to videos, iPhone apps & video games. I've always wanted to expand more into the audiobook field & documentary area. My friends & I in the VO industry have noticed in the last several years, there has been less of a need for voice over actors in documentary films.

Do you think this is true overall? That the trend is to develop a documentary with the voices that exist within the film taken, or a narrator is still needed in specific circumstances? If so, when would a filmmaker need a narrator?

Again, thank you for your honest insight!
Looking forward to the responses on this ~

Best,
Rose

Rose Recordings, LLC
Based out of Jackson Hole, Wyoming
http://www.facebook.com/rosevoiceover

Riley Morton
Pro

In reply to Rose Caiazzo's post on Wed 17 Oct 2012 :

welcome Rose. Yes, thats probably true overall – for a couple reasons – but there is certainly a need for VO talent with some projects. Budgets probably aren't what you are used to in those other fields – so if you are thinking primarily about your bottom line, this might not be the best field to concentrate your marketing efforts... but being here at the d-word is a good place to start.

Serena Down
Pro

I thought I'd start reading some of the postings before introducing myself, but I can see that may take me a while. What a resource!

I graduated from the Stanford doc program in 2005 and have been doing post-production freelance work since. I'm currently teaching editing courses in Seattle (just switched from FCP 7, eek) and am excited to get back into some of my own work (or the idea/dream/possibility) since my youngest turned 3 last month.

Doug Block
Host

Welcome, Serena. Yeah, you could entertain yourself for many years reading the back posts here. Luckily, makes good bed-time reading for 3-year olds. They're never too young to be d-doctrinated.

Doug Block
Host

Good luck with your shoot, Pete. In the meantime, feel free to register for professional membership here, as you certainly qualify.

OnTay Johnson
Pro

Hello everyone,

Was looking online for info and stumbled upon this site. Looks to be a great place to learn and meet other filmmakers. I'm a newb to documentary making. Went to school for journalism and did some freelance writing. Had this idea in my head for years and decided that I wasn't going to put it off anymore and I'm just going to go for it.
Put a small crew together and hoping to tour several cities come December to shoot this film.

OnTay Johnson
Pro

Yes, it's a documentary on the word "ghetto" about the history of it as a noun (i.e. jewish ghettos during Holocaust and black ghettos here in the U.S.) as well as about the more recent usage--as an adjective to discribe anything that isn't up to par (in someone's opinion). I have several writers, community organizers, and etc., speaking on it but I also plan on doing a lot of street interviews with random people just asking them what the word means to them. These types include college kids, suburban residents and people living in the ghettos. This is just a gist of it. We launched a KS campaign recently and things are going slow but we're about to enlist some serious help to get it going.

HonYuen Leong
Pro

It's my pleasure to have a more on-screen presence in the D-Word community after having been passively watching from the sidelines. I've been in the television industry since the late 1990s, with the last decade in documentaries. If you need any info about filming around Asia (including Malaysia) I'll try to help.

Dany Pineda
Fan

Hello everyone,

i am dany , i was born in colombia and i am starting mi own documentaries.

i am freelance camera/steadicam operator and photographer.

im happy to be part of D-word and i hope to share to valuable information whit all.

offer help to anyone in make documentaries in latin america.

Doug Block
Host

Welcome, OnTay, HonYuen and Dany! Great to have you all here on The D-Word. Feel free to leap right into the discussions.

Arunavo Bose
Fan

Hello All. Is it possible to Pitch documentary ideas (on Foreign affairs) to International News Channels & earn something.If yes then how

John Dentino
Pro

Hi, I'm glad to introduce myself. D-Word is what the forums over at the IDA website should have been. How come it took me this long to find out about it? I guess all that matters is that I'm actually here. As I look around, it seems a friendly and helpful place. And God knows, we need that. Well, I'm tired already. Thanks for listening...

Richard Audley Vaughan
Pro

Hello all My name is Richard Audley Vaughan and in January 2012 I released my first film "The Word is Love: Jamaica's Michael Manley" for my full bio please visit the "About The Director section of the film's site www.manleydoc.com

I was referred to the d-word by the book "directing the documentary" as i am looking to start another film soon and wanted to do it "right". i look forward to sharing ideas with other filmmakers and also learning ideas on how to get my film noticed more.

hoping my professional stats is approved soon :-)

richie

Doug Block
Host

Done, Richard. You are now officially a professional ;-) Welcome to The D-Word.

Arunavo Bose
Fan

In some of the credits of documentary I see names given as person who gave the idea. What does it mean? by just giving an idea can someone earn anything?

Julian Reich
Fan

Hello D-word!

I'm an American German living in Berlin working his ass off on a documentary for 5 years now. It feels good to know that there is a community out there of like minded people.

This film will be my first. It is aimed at 90min and will hopefully be released theatrically in Germany one day. I also run a little film production company and have made countless music videos over the years. Before attempting to make this film I was a complete newb to all things documentary. What turned me around was James Longley's „Iraq in Fragments" (I must have seen that film a dozen times by now). I love how truthful, observant and cinematic his work is. No film has ever inspired me to such a degree.

Now here is my question: Can any of you help me find doc film blogs that wouldn't be offended if I ask them to write a story about my film and it's kickstarter campaign? I am purposely not adding any links so as not to come across as a spamer.

I guess that wraps it up for me. It's nice meeting all of you!

Igor   Panasyuk
Fan

I am a doctor. I have idea for good documentary film. I am looking for directors ,filmmakers to talk about it. Thank you very much .
Thank you for your consideration.
Sincerely Igor 847-845-0458

Doug Block
Host

In reply to Arunavo Bose's post on Mon 12 Nov 2012 :

My guess is that's just an acknowledgement and that the idea person isn't receiving money. But if they were smart enough to negotiate some payment more power to them.

Welcome to The D-Word, Julian.

Bhawin Suchak
Pro

Hello D-Word,

So glad to have found this site! Ive been spending hours upon hours sifting through all the topics and threads, especially the archives some of which are like master classes. I am currently nearing the completion of a feature doc. called The Throwaways and hoping to learn much more as I embark on the festival and distribution adventure, and of course more and more fundraising. Here's a link to the trailer which we are working on updating shortly:

https://vimeo.com/40812791

Any feedback is much appreciated.

Doug Block
Host

Great to have you here with us on The D-Word, Bhawin. Glad you're finding it so useful. We don't encourage double posting but in your case you might want to re-post your request for feedback in the Works In Progress topic. Most members don't read the Introduce Yourself topic, and it's not the right place for comments about your trailer should they come by.

Bhawin Suchak
Pro

Thanks Doug, that totally makes sense, i'll repost over there.

Anthony Alcalde
Pro

Hey Everyone! Great to be part of the family. I'm a Nicaraguan-American filmmaker and currently finishing up my 2nd Feature Documentary. It is a very timely piece entitled, "THE BLACK CHRIST" or "EL CRISTO MORENO". It is a universal story filled with symbolism and metaphors. We certainly hope you check out the synopsis and if you want to know more please let me know you can find out more about me at www.anthonyalcalde.com and the new movie at www.theblackchrist.com or www.elcristomoreno.com Always looking for people to help and collaborate with.

Heather Freudenthal
Pro

Hi all!

I'm a documentary lover and also a new documentary practitioner. Additionally, I curate a film series in Brooklyn, NY and am always on the lookout to program engaging films, so learning about films, watching them and getting inspired by them is pretty much an everyday thing for me!

Doug Block
Host

Welcome to The D-Word, Heather. And great meeting you in person yesterday. Good to know we're Dumbo neighbors, look forward to seeing you around.

Teenaa Kaur
Pro

Hello everybody, I am Teenaa Kaur from Mumbai, India and so glad to be a part of this awesome film community. I was in New York where i screened my debut documentary on a unique martial art celebration. It was warmly received and one of the Girls connected me to this forum. I would love to collaborate with people if anyone wants to shoot in India. Working on my third documentary now for which learning how to raise funds. The topics and discussion here are very helpful. You can find more about me and my films at www.greenearthpictures.in. Also, would be good to contribute anything is required from me.

Would love to hear from you people!

Malkia K. Lydia
Pro

Actually, welcome to all. I am not consistent about posting in this topic, and have not said hello to most of you. I just stopped by and saw that Teenaa was that latest newcomer in need of a greeting.

Gail Mooney
Pro

Hi, I'm new to this group. I have recently completed my first feature doc, which has done fairly well in film festivals. I love to network, learn and share with other filmmakers and look forward to future posts in this forum

Doug Block
Host

Great to have you here with us, Gail. Love your profile photo!

Erica Ginsberg
Host

Wow, I don't check in here as often as I should but good to see two folks I met F2F recently. Welcome to D-Word Teenaa and Gail.

Teenaa Kaur
Pro

Hello Malkia, thank you for your greetings.

Hi Erica, Thanks for connecting me to this great community. Hello Doug!

Mona Davis
Pro

Hi everybody, I'm a long time documentary film editor and I'm so pleased to finally join the D-Word community.

Summers Henderson
Pro

Mona, I loved "Love and Diane." Amazing work! Surely one of the best things broadcast on POV in the last 10 years.

I saw it when it aired... and I remember it like it was yesterday! (i.e. no, you're not old!)

Tara Young
Pro

Hi I'm Tara Young, Senior Video Producer at Etsy. I also thought The Farm was incredible, Mona. And Love and Diane is one of my fave docs ever. Can't believe that was released ten years ago!

Doug Block
Host

Welcome to The D-Word, Tara. Agree with you and Summers about "Love and Diane."

Jamie Hay
Fan

Hi everyone,

I'm Jamie and I've just been involved in my first human rights documentary. I'm interested in finding out more about marketing documentaries and can help advise on documentary funding channels that are often unexplored.

Ari Sznajder
Pro

Hello Everyone
I am very happy to have found this documentary community online. I am currently marketing my film called "Lanre in Lagos" about a streetwise hustler in Nigeria with a rather absurd dream to become a Polo Player. You can find the trailer and the film here: http://muvi.es/w2920
I am also submitting my short doc "Pagoda Boys" to several festivals. Itg is about how the Cambodian Government uses hired thugs to crack down on political demonstrations. Looking forward to our conversations here.

Myles David Jewell
Pro

Hey all, Myles David Jewell here. Just wanted to introduction myself. I'm hopeful I'll be active in threads and am also here to seek guidance and advice, and to offer any of my own experiences. I first heard of the D-word in 2007 when I was going thru the program at Culture and Media at NYU (hopefully some of the C&Mer's are out there), but finally now have come around to getting involved.

For background, I run a small production company, Pennington Productions, where I do promo work to try and make a living, as well as any freelance work, and I'm carving out a niche doing stop motion animation work. I have just finished my first feature, which I need distribution advice for, and I'll reach out to the distribution thread on that. I also run film and video workshops to promote media literacy. I would love to connect with any media educators or help people get involved with this type of advocacy work, because my goal is to run these workshops in disenfranchised areas.

You can find links to my work below, and I look forward to getting to know you all.

Sincerely,
Myles David Jewell

www.penningtonproductions.com

www.strangleholdthemovie.com (still under construction)

www.tylerjewell.com

Malkia K. Lydia
Pro

Welcome, everybody. All of the work that's been described sounds really fascinating.

Doug Block
Host

Glad you finally found your way to The D-Word, Myles. Nothing much happened here the past 5 years, so no biggie. ;-)

Richard Miron
Pro

(Lightly edited on July 15, 2015 with Richard's permission.)

Hello D-Worders,
I'm Richard, a documentary filmmaker and programmer. I just graduated from Yale this past week, and I am about to move to NYC, looking for a job in the field of documentary. Last summer, I interned with Marshall Curry, and am hoping to work as an assistant / asst. editor for another filmmaker in the city!

I have made a few shorts in the past couple of years, and also have worked as the Director of Programming for the Environmental Film Festival at Yale (EFFY) for the past two years, and would love to continue working as a programmer in NY.

Looking forward to meeting more of you!
Richard

Doug Block
Host

Good to have some young blood here, Richard. Congrats on graduating and welcome to The D-Word.

Barbara Makeda Blake Hannah
Pro

Greetings,
I am a Jamaican film maker, author and media communicator. I made my first doc in 1977 about the 21st Leipzig International Film Festival and most recent in 2007: THE ROAD THROUGH THE BLUE MOUNTAINS OF JAMAICA. I have organized several film festivals in Jamaica. Since 2008, as Executive Director of the Jamaica Film Academy, I have headed the presentation of the annual Jamaica International REGGAE FILM FESTIVAL screening features, docs, shorts, animation and music videos which feature aspects of Jamaica's culture. At the same time the Festival encourages the work of the growing number of young Jamaican film makers in the CINE JAMAICA category, who have been inspired to make and present their shorts, animations and even feature films.
The JFA takes some of the festival's best films on international tour, so far to England, Spain and Serbia, to increase opportunities for theatrical or digital distribution.
I welcome the information I will gain from this teach-in.
BLESSINGS and ONE LOVE from Jamaica.

Doug Block
Host

Welcome, Barbara! We upgraded you to Professional status so that you'll have access to many more of our discussion topics (including Festivals). As with all new members, once you've poked your nose around a bit feel free to leap right into the discussions.

Norman Kelley
Pro

Hi. I'm Norman Kelley; working on a film about Charlie Peters and the Washington Monthly.

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