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Gwendolyn Dixon
Mon 18 Apr 2005Link
Hello,
I am a freelance Associate Producer/Researcher in NYC - with other
solid production skills as well, and have been working in the
documentary film industry for more than nine years. I hoped someone
in the D-community could offer me some advice about getting the word
out about me and my varied experience in the industry. I have worked
on a number of historical and current news documentary projects -
many that have gone on to win Peabody, Emmy, du-Pont Columbia and
Sundance awards. I am having a hard time currently locating work,
and know it's out there..just need to get some good advice about how
to best go about learning of opportunities and passing my resume
along.

Hope this was the correct place to post this. I need some career
advice!
Thanks very much! Immensely appreciated!

Doug Block
Mon 18 Apr 2005Link
welcome, gwendolyn. i'm about to register your application to the
community (this is the public forum). the "classifieds" topic in
there is the better place to post this, so do it again once you sign
in there. (don't forget to say hi in the "introduce yourself" topic,
too).

Gwendolyn Dixon
Mon 18 Apr 2005Link
thanks, doug. i really appreciate the quick response. i hope you'll
have a nice week.

Sarah Brownrigg
Wed 20 Apr 2005Link
ayudante de dirección/production assistant needed - basque country, europe

Long shot coming up: anyone know of a production assistant / whizz-kid intern living in or around Gernika or Bilbao? (that's in the Basque Country...) We had one lined up but the arrangement has fallen through. Anyone! I'll take your abuela if she lives in Gernika and has a spare hour or two.

In the event of you actually knowing of someone please email me at: hola@uyarrafilms.co.uk and I shall try not to faint with pleasure


Hulda Gudnadottir
Thu 21 Apr 2005Link
Screening at Galapagos Art Space, Williamsburg, NY city.

A screening of the Icelandic feature length documentary
film The discreet charm of the bourgeoisie will be held
at Galapagos Art Space on Saturday the 23rd of April
at 7 PM. You are more than welcome to come.
The entrance is free.

The discreet charm is a documentary about shopping,
drinking and loving. The basic elements of
Reykjavik middle class life.
Production>Spiderspoon
Director>Hulda Ros Gudnadottir
Cinematography>Michal Polacek
Music>Funerals, Thorhallur Skulason, Unnur Andrea etc.

The screening is a collaboration of Galapagos Art Space and
Gallery Boreas, Williamsburg. Address> 70 N 6 street btw wythe
and kent. Subway> Bedford Avenue (L train).
www.galapagosartspace.com

Rhonda Moskowitz
Mon 9 May 2005Link
For Boston Filmmakers:

Administrative/Publicity Assistant for Small Educational Video
Distributor specializing in healthcare, mental health, and disability
issues. This full-time, long-term position offers a unique chance to
be involved in the business side of the documentary and educational
film world, in a collaborative, casual, yet professional office
environment. Candidate will need excellent communication and follow
up skills. Knowledge of MS Office software. Duties will include
customer service, research, database management, office and inventory
management. Previous administrative experience preferred; background
or interest in educational media,marketing, healthcare or related
issues a strong plus. 25K plus benefits including health and paid
vacations. No calls please. Mail, fax, or e-mail cover letter,
resume, and references to Fanlight Productions, ATTN: Human
Resources, 4196 Washington Street, Suite 2, Boston, MA 02131, Fax
(617) 469-3379, jobs@fanlight.com

Allison Berg
Mon 30 May 2005Link
*WITCHES IN EXILE premieres in New York City*
Saturday, June 4th at 5pm
Pioneer Theater - 155 East 3rd Street between Avenue A and B
Tel. 212-591-0434

Advance tickets for Saturday, June 4 at 5pm can be purchased at:
http://pioneertheater.tix.com/Event.asp?Event=29660

PLEASE buy tickets well in advance -- seating is extremely limited!


In person:
Allison Berg - Director/Producer
Frank Keraudren - Co-Producer/Editor
Andy Markham - Music

Kindly forward to your friends in the NYC area - thank you!


***

WITCHES IN EXILE


*Winner of the Special Jury Award at the 2004 SXSW Film Festival*

In Ghana, women accused of witchcraft are torn from their families and
banished to isolated "witch villages." This film follows accused
witches through their daily struggle to survive in the Kukuo Witches
Camp in Northern Ghana. As government agencies attempt to abolish
this age-old tradition, these women find themselves caught between
their society's deeply rooted beliefs and its drive toward
modernization. WITCHES IN EXILE captures a country at a dramatic and
emotional crossroads.

"stunning" - Chicago Reader

"A brilliant documentary... winner of SXSW's Special Jury Award for a
Documentary Feature, the film and its award are a testament to Berg's
skill as a filmmaker..."
- Laura Nathan, The Independent

"eye-opening" - Wendy Mitchell, Indiewire

"shocking and tragic... Witches in Exile is a remarkable example of
what can
happen when ignorance, poverty and superstition are allowed to fester"
- Merle Bertrand, Film Threat

"lucid and fascinating...Berg packs her vivid and compelling film with
solid detail"
- Robert Keser, Bright Lights Film Journal

Shazad Chaudhary
Tue 14 Jun 2005Link
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Erica Ginsberg
Tue 5 Jul 2005Link
For folks in Washington DC and vicinity:

The next Docs in Progress will take place one week from tonight on
Tuesday, July 12. Fellow filmmakers and the general public are
invited to join in the discussion about three short documentaries and
help the filmmakers take their films to the next stage of editing.
Be a part of this interactive session which has become a mainstay of
the DC film community.

We will be showcasing:

14TH AND U: THE SOUL OF A NEIGHBORHOOD by Silvina Fernandez-Duque
A look at how the U Street corridor has developed and changed in the
past century: from the Black Broadway to a riot zone to a
multicultural community facing gentrification.

GIVE 'EM BELLE! by Jon Jensen and Genevieve Croteau
A 20-something politician takes on the political establishment by
running for the city commission in Gainesville, Florida.

THE BAYOU by Bill Scanlan and Dave Lilling
Follow the rise and fall of the famed Georgetown music club which was
a must-stop for on-their-way-up stars of Dixieland and rock music.

WHEN?
Tuesday, July 12 from 7:00-10:00 pm

WHERE?
The George Washington University's Jack Morton Auditorium 805 21st
Street (at H Street), NW Washington DC. Closest Metro is Foggy
Bottom. Parking garages nearby and some free street parking
available after 6:30 pm.

HOW MUCH?
$5 suggested donation

These programs are sponsored by The Documentary Center at the George
Washington University and coordinated by the Docs in Progress
Organization. More information at http://www.docsinprogress.org

We are also now accepting submissions for our September and November
workshops. More information can be found on our website at
http://www.docsinprogress.org/submission.htm

Emily Meyers
Tue 9 Aug 2005Link
WANTED
Recommendations on strong production companies or post houses in Los
Angeles to do editing and DVD authoring on a promotional video for
the United Nations.

It is our intention that this project will be the beginning of an
ongoing relationship with another organization that complements our
skill-set and shares our values.

Who We Are
A full-service production company making television shows, films,
and promotional & educational videos that are entertaining and
enlightening. Find-out more at www.eyesoftheworldproductions.com.

Details on Project
We are producing a promotional DVD for the United Nations, Institute
for Drug Abuse, and UCLA based on an international conference
sponsored by The Institute of Peace held in Istanbul in early
September.

We will be taking about 15-20 hours of footage and editing it down
to two pieces:
-*30-45 min DVD showing summary of presentations, interviews
with experts in attendance, conference highlights, and the city of
Istanbul.
-*5-10 min promo video for UN (World Health Organization),
NIDA, and UCLA

Timeline
Tapes delivered: September 15
Rough cuts for Director to review: October 15
Finalized Master: November 15

Budget
$5000 Max: The budget is modest but we intend to deliver a superior
product.

Recommendations
Email vede@eyesoftheworldproductions.com

If you want to recommend yourself… Terrific. Please supply
Information on your experience with similar projects, references,
and demos of your work. If demos can’t be viewed on the web, please
send them to

Emily Meyers
Eyes of the World
2931 Third St Suite C
Santa Monica CA 90405

Thanks!

Marco Raaphorst
Wed 31 Aug 2005Link
My name is Marco Raaphorst. I work as a composer and sound desginer.
Located in The Hague, The Netherlands. Check out my music at
http://melodiefabriek.nl/music/

I do many international projects. Distances are most of the time not
an issue.

Let's draw some blurry lines between images and music ...

Frederick Marx
Thu 8 Sep 2005Link
Crew wanted: Colorado Springs area. (folks from Denver could work)
7-10 shoot days, starting ~ Sept. 26 through (roughly) Dec. 15.
Need: cameraperson, ideally with own mini-DV camera package.
Also: sound recordist, also with package.
Maybe: PA, especially if has car and knows area well.

Shoot days will be roughly 50% interviews, 50% verite.

project is www.fmarxfilm.com/newAmericanHeroes

please direct inquiries to fdm@fmarxfilm.com

Gracias!

Erica Ginsberg
Thu 22 Sep 2005Link
For those in the Washington DC area...

Tonight's the night (Thursday, September 22) for Docs in Progress.
Celebrate the official beginning of fall with a unique opportunity to
give feedback to documentary filmmakers on their works in progress.
Tonight's featured films are:

THE BEST PART OF EVERYTHING by Jes Therkelsen
A family faces their hopes, dreams, ambitions, and regrets as the
parents prepare for retirement and an empty nest while their 20-
something children get ready for the real world. This personal film
explores the difficulties associated with adapting to the changing
roles and responsibilities of a typical American family.

CAUGHT IN THE NET by the Institute for Documentary Filmmaking
A decade after “dotcom fever” took over Wall Street, we revisit three
Internet entrepreneurs who became unexpected players in big business
in the 1990s How did these kid millionaires deal with their success
and the subsequent burst of the Net Economy bubble?

This event is open to the public and no reservations are required. A
suggested donation of $5 can be paid in cash at the door. Program
starts at 7:00 and lasts until approximately 9:30 pm. Location is
the Jack Morton Auditorium on the campus of the George Washington
University (805 21st Street at H Street, NW Washington DC). The
Foggy Bottom Metro and several parking garages are convenient to the
venue and street parking is sometimes available after 6:30 pm. Note
that street closures related to this weekend's IMF/World Bank
meetings are not scheduled to take effect until Friday.

Docs in Progress workshops are organized by the Docs in Progress
organization and sponsored by The Documentary Center at the George
Washington University.

If you are interested in submitting a documentary work in progress
for our November workshop, go to our website
(http://www.docsinprogress.org) and click on "Submit Your Film"

Michael Lieberman
Fri 30 Sep 2005Link
New user/poster here.

I am currently working on a documentary about an Iraq war
veteran, who shot his own video footage in Iraq, and has since
been speaking out against the war, including in the local
Binghamton, NY area, Crawford, TX for Camp Casey, etc.

Are there any grants or film financers interested in the current
political climate? I've been contacting everyone I know in the
"industry" and few people know of what I should do. This is my
first feature and it's (as of now) been financed by myself, which
is a fun feat making well under a living wage, let me tell you!

But I have a good fifty hours shot so far and am finally
confident in what I have thusfar. If anyone's interested in
hearing more at all, let me know.

Steve Holmes
Sat 1 Oct 2005Link
Meet me at the Mentoring Room, Michael. I'll be the one hiding
behind the plant in the corner.

Johnny Symons
Sat 22 Oct 2005Link
Seattle cameraperson wanted for a shoot October 28-30. MiniDV/DVCAM.
We'll be shooting verite and some interviews. Subject matter requires
calm, professional demeanor and comfort with LGBT issues.

If you can help, or know someone who can, please respond to
johnny@johnnysymons.com

Thanks.

Mary Robertson
Tue 8 Nov 2005Link
Hi all,

I've created a video blog and am sending out the call for submissions.

Little While is a repository for short, non-fiction moments. Examples
of what we're looking for include (but are not limited to):clips of:
awkward dancing, smoke rising from the ground, objects inflating,
motivational speakers, public displays of affection, and short order
cooks.

This is also an opportunity to share clips from works-in-progress or
unfinished works. More information on submissions is available on the
site.

- Mary

www.littlewhile.com

Wilson Santos
Fri 11 Nov 2005Link
hello

anyone out there with an HD camera willing to get involved with
the production of a doc. i'm in NYC and am working on the
preproduction stage. i'm looking for someone willing to work with
no budget. someone who is looking for more experience or wants to
build their portfolio.

the first stage would be to shoot enough footage to put together a
trailer. that would require about 3-4 days of interviews. the rest
of the footage will come from archived news footage. so the work
is not that intense at the moment. all under controlled
environments. mostly just some interviews.

if interested send me an email and i can tell you about the
subject. osb.records@verizon.net

the subject is social and deals with child welfare. can get
political.

thanks

Erica Ginsberg
Mon 14 Nov 2005Link
WASHINGTON DC: DOCS IN PROGRESS THIS WEDNESDAY

Docs in Progress returns this Wednesday, November 16 at 7:00 pm to
give Washingtonians an opportunity to preview new documentaries and
offer the filmmakers feedback on their works in progress. This month
we feature Catherine Mattingly's YALE RUSSIAN CHORUS about the famed
choral group and Hugh Drescher's WE CAME TO REMEMBER about a reunion
of one company of World War II veterans.

The program will take place at the Jack Morton Auditorium in the
Media and Public Affairs Building of George Washington University
(805 21st Street at H Street, NW Washington DC). Closest Metro:
Foggy Bottom. GW parking garages on H and I Streets. Suggested
donation at the door: $5. Cash only.

Docs in Progress workshops are organized by the Docs in Progress
organization and sponsored by The Documentary Center at the George
Washington University. More information about the films and
submitting for future workshops at http://www.docsinprogress.org

Erica Ginsberg
Mon 21 Nov 2005Link
Docs in Progress is currently soliciting short (30 minutes or less)
documentary works in progress for our next workshop in Washington DC
in January. These can be documentaries intended to be shorts or
segments of a longer documentary which give a good indication of
where the filmmaker is going with the longer piece. Please no
trailers. (We will also be looking for longer works for our spring
workshops, so if you have one, let us know.)

At Docs in Progress workshops, documentary filmmakers screen their
works in progress to a general audience and get feedback through a
moderated critique session. As those who have participated can
attest, these workshops are one of the best ways to get free feedback
and move forward with a project, especially when you may feel stuck
or simply want a reality check on your work before submitting it to
festivals or pitching it for television.

The submission deadline for January is December 1. The first step is
to submit a brief description of the film online at
<http://www.docsinprogress.org/submission.htm> and we will follow up
with information on how to submit a tape or DVD.

Docs in Progress workshops are coordinated by Docs in Progress and
sponsored by The Documentary Center at the George Washington
University. The workshops are held six times a year
(January/March/May/July/September/November) at the Jack Morton
Auditorium on the campus of the George Washington University.

While we give special attention to filmmakers based in the Washington
DC region, we accept submissions from everywhere as long as
filmmakers are willing to cover their own expenses to Washington to
attend the workshop.

If you have additional questions, contact us at
contact@docsinprogress.org

Agnes Varnum
Thu 22 Dec 2005Link
2nd Annual Making Your Documentary Matter Producers Workshop
1/30/06 from 9 AM - 6 PM
@ American University, Washington DC

This is an annual workshop for documentary filmmakers on how to make
outreach and audience engagement part of the production planning of
your documentary. The theme this year is "Public Engagement Strategies
That Work!" with keynote address by Cynthia Lopez of P.O.V. See the
CSM site (link below) for full schedule.

Engagement strategies not only make powerful tools to extend the reach
and effectiveness of your documentary, they can also be part of your
fundraising plan!

Registration required: $50 which includes lunch and networking reception!

More info at http://www.centerforsocialmedia.org

Agnes Varnum
Thu 22 Dec 2005Link
Public Media Roundtable with David Liroff, WGBH
1/13/06
12-2:00 PM at Nations Building, Conference Room 333, 444 North Capitol
Street NW, Washington DC

The Center for Social Media is launching a new speaker series that
explores public media in the US - present as well as new
frontiers. Join David Liroff, VP & Chief Technology Officer at WGBH
for this new rountable discussion series.

RSVP by Jan. 9 to socialmedia@american.edu or by calling 202-885-3107
so you will get a boxed lunch!

More info at http://www.centerforsocialmedia.org

Lynnette Gryseels
Fri 6 Jan 2006Link
Enroll in Film Arts Spring Classes

Film Arts offers classes that focus on the many aspects and genres
of media making and provide ongoing training for filmmakers at all
levels of experience. The following is a list of classes that are
open for enrollment. Call (415) 552-8760 x312 to sign up for
registration.

DOCUMENTARY TRACK

Documentary Tune-Up: Examining Ideas and Proposals
Co-presented with International Documentary Association (IDA)
Friday, Jan. 20, 10 am-5 pm
Can't find funding? No one wants to invest? Get a doc proposal
tune-up. This workshop can help you decide whether that dream doc
is worth pursuing. Pitches or projects at any stage of development
are welcome; submit proposal for review upon registration.
Mitchell Block has handled the distribution and marketing of
hundreds of films, which have won 23 Oscars and received 52
Academy Award nominations. Since 1998, he has consulted on
documentary projects for HBO/Cinemax, and he executive-produced
HBOs 2001 Oscar-winning film Big Mama.
Limited to 20. $95/Filmmaker-level members and IDA members;
$145/others.

Financing and Producing Documentary Films and Videos
Co-presented with International Documentary Association (IDA)
Sat. & Sun., Jan. 21 & 22, 10 am-5 pm
Learn to design a successful documentary by exploring the ins
and outs of fundraising, distribution, and marketing
opportunities, packaging your work to attract support, selecting
festivals, and more. Share your clips and written material and
have them evaluated as part of the class.
See Documentary Tune-Up for Mitchell Block's bio.
Limited to 20. $225/Filmmaker-level members and IDA members; $250/
others.

History of Documentary
Tuesdays, Jan. 24-Mar. 21, 7-10 pm (no class 02/21)
Explore the history of documentary filmmaking. Examine its
origins, forms, goals, and contemporary styles. Issues covered
include: documentary voices and styles, history and memory, the
filmmaker's relationship to subject and viewer, and the impact of
technology on documentary techniques. Directors
discussed include Leni Reifenstahl, Marcel Ophuls, Peter Davis,
Barbara Kopple, Michael Moore, and Ken Burns.
David L. Brown is an Emmy-nominated documentary filmmaker, who
has produced, written, and directed more than seventy productions
and nine broadcast documentaries. His recent works include: The
Bridge So Far: A Suspense Story, Seniors for Peace, Surfing for
Life, Bound by the Wind, and Digital Divide.
Limited to 20. $240/Filmmaker-level members and IDA members;
$265/others.



Michele Turnure-Salleo
Director of Education
Film Arts Foundation
145 Ninth Street, #101
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 552-8760 x312
michele@filmarts.org
http://www.filmarts.org/

Stephen Slocomb
Wed 18 Jan 2006Link
Les Blank to attend Big Sky Documentary Festival (starts Feb 15th):
http://highplainsfilms.org/festival/home.html

My friend, Doug Hawes Davis's film festival, has really taken off. In
its third year, it has received over 800 entries. It is held in the
gorgeous Wilma theatre in downtown Missoula Montana. Missoula is a
vivbrant university town with an active film going populace. Last
year they did a retrospective on the Maysles brothers. Albert wasn't
able to attend because of the Cristo deal in Central Park. Doug is a
prolific documentary film maker. He is now doing a project on the
bison killing controversy outside Yellowstone park.

Basil Shadid
Thu 26 Jan 2006Link
I'm working on a project that follows the process of running a fair
trade business, and I need two interviews done: 1 in Washington DC;
and 2: in Gainesville, FL. I'm not getting any money for production,
so I'm hoping that someone who lives in each area would be interested
in donating their time and shooting the interviews. I can trade you
some product from the business that I'm following (www.alaffia.com).
Email me if you're interested (basil@beingmedia.com).

Agnes Varnum
Wed 1 Feb 2006Link
NYC Event:

Free Speech? Fair Use
Who Owns Our History? Who Shapes Our Culture?

When: March 3, 2006 at 7:00 PM Where: The Cantor Film Center at NYU, 8th St. and University Place, Greenwich Village

What: Filmmakers, broadcasters, lawyers and scholars rally to explain and discuss how documentary filmmakers are taking back the right to claim fair use of copyrighted material in certain circumstances using the new handbook Documentary Filmmakers' Statement of Best Practice in Fair Use. Documentary filmmakers across the country are learning how to utilize this new 8-page handbook developed by filmmakers for filmmakers and vetted by a legal team to understand when and how to use fair use. Find out more about fair use and how you can begin using it in your work.

Speakers include:
George Stoney, Filmmaker & NYU faculty
Pat Aufderheide, Center for Social Media
Jack Willis, FreeSpeech TV
John Alpert, Downtown Community TV
Dan Caughlin, Manhattan Neighborhood Network
Marjorie Heins, Brennan Center for Justice, NYU
Byron Hurt, Filmmaker
David Van Taylor, Filmmaker

More information: www.centerforsocialmedia.org

Sponsored by NYU, Center for Social Media and NYC Film/Video Council


Lynnette Gryseels
Thu 2 Feb 2006Link
MEET THE MAKER: Rupert Murray
Screening of Unknown White Male with Q&A
Free/Film Arts Members $5/General Public
Friday February 10th ? 7:30pm
At Film Arts - 145 Ninth Street (btw. Mission & Howard)
 Sometime between 8pm on July 1st and 7am on July 3rd, 2003, Doug
Bruce lost
himself. That morning, riding alone on a New York subway headed
towards
Coney Island, he could not remember his name, where he worked, who
his
friends were, how much money he had in his bank account. He was
without his
identity.
UNKNOWN WHITE MALE is the true story of how Bruce, a successful
former
stockbroker, struggles to learn who he was and who he will become.
The
documentary, produced, directed and edited by Bruce©ˆs longtime
friend,
Rupert Murray, chronicles this profound journey.
Sundance Film Festival 2005
Chicago Film Festival 2005
Los Angeles Film Festival 2005
Seattle Film Festival 2005

Lynnette Gryseels
Thu 2 Feb 2006Link
Creative Capital's Strategic Planning Workshop for Filmmakers &
Video
Artists
At Film Arts Foundation (call 415-552-8760 ext 312 to sign up)
145 Ninth Street, San Francisco (between Mission and Howard)
NEW REDUCED PRICE! $100/Filmmaker level members $125/others
Co-presented by The Rex Hotel
Wed. & Thurs., Feb. 15 & 16, 6:30?10 pm
One of the keys to success as a filmmaker or video artist is
planning. Take
an in-depth look at your process, and learn how to organize, plan,
and
sustain your creative career using Creative Capital©ˆs strategic
planning
methods.  Topics include: communicating clearly and effectively
about your
work, fundraising and marketing techniques, planning tools for
building your
career, effective techniques for presenting your work, and
assessment and
evaluation. Envision your professional future and create a map for
getting
there.
           Colleen Keegan has developed the strategic planning
portion of
Creative Capital©ˆs PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM.  She is a
partner in
Keegan Fowler Companies, a strategic planning and business affairs
firm for
companies such as Hanna-Barbera, Paramount Pictures, Sony New
Technologies,
and Sony Pictures Entertainment. She was president of Pacific Arts
Video
Production and Washington Video Services, and worked as a producer
for MTV
Networks, WETA, and SHOWTIME. Ellen Bruno is a Creative Capital
Grantee and
Artist Facilitator in the PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. She is
a San
Francisco-based documentary filmmaker whose films on homelessness,
Burmese
prostitution, Tibetan nuns, healthcare in Cambodia have won more
than 25
national and international awards.

Basil Shadid
Mon 6 Feb 2006Link
http://www.iwatchtrailers.com is live! A site dedicated to
independent movie trailers. Visit and if you're a filmmaker, we
want your trailers.

Lynnette Gryseels
Mon 6 Feb 2006Link
Auditions and Casting: Choices and Challenges

At Film Arts Foundation, 145 Ninth Street, San Francisco (between
Mission
and Howard) Tel: 415-552-8760 ext 312
Co-presented with Bay Area Women in Film and Television (BAWIFT)

Tues. & Thurs., Feb. 21 & 23, 7­10 pm

Casting better actors makes a better movie. From casting
announcements
To callbacks, directors and producers need to know how to run a
Professional audition, screen résumés, and evaluate actors.
Learn about scheduling,character descriptions, audition
breakdowns,
open calls, cold readings,
And how to improve your audition procedures.

Hester Schell has directed and performed in numerous stage and
film
productions. She is a member of SAG and AFTRA, and CEO of Bay Area
Casting News, an online newsletter for actors in the Bay Area.
Limited to 16. $60/Filmmaker-level members; $75/others.


Michele Turnure-Salleo
Director of Education
Film Arts Foundation
145 Ninth Street, #101
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 552-8760 x312
michele@filmarts.org
http://www.filmarts.org/

Ben Kempas
Wed 15 Feb 2006Link
Remember that this is a documentary forum...

Erica Ginsberg
Sun 19 Feb 2006Link
Ah, but some of us need to cast actors and voiceover artists for our
documentaries. I am in the midst of this and wish I'd been to such a
seminar before running current round of auditions...Which brings me
to a similar event, being sponsored by Women in Film and Video in
Washington DC:

WORKING WITH TALENT - WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1
Women in Film and Video's ongoing "Wednesday One" professional
development series returns on Wednesday, March 1 with a program
focused on how to work with the amazing wealth of talent in the DC
area. This panel will help producers and directors better understand
how to get the right actor for a project, whether it's a fiction
film, commercial, industrial, documentary reenactment, or voiceover
narration. What can you tell from a head-shot or demo reel? What's
involved with working with a casting agency? How do you run an
effective audition? What do you need to think about contracts and
unions? And, once you get your talent on board, what kind of
direction do they need from you?

Panelists will include actor Michael Gabel, producer/director
Virginia Williams, entertainment attorney Kurt Klaus, TV One Casting
Director Nikki Webber, and local SAG/AFTRA rep Jane Love.

The program will take place at the historic Charles Sumner School,
1201 17th Street (at M Street), NW Washington DC. Closest Metro
station is Farragut North. Join local actors and directors for
networking at 6:30 pm, with the panel to start at 7:00 pm. Free for
WIFV members, $15 for all others. More information at
<http://www.wifv.org>

Erica Ginsberg
Sun 26 Feb 2006Link
Forwarding on...

Sundance Institute seeks intern 15-20 hours/week to assist in
producing/programming Sundance's 25th anniversary project in New York
this spring. Duties will be largely administrative, but will give the
candidate the opportunity to work in the programming department of
the Sundance Film Festival. Looking for someone passionate about
independent film with smarts and a sense of humor. March-May. Please
send resumes to caroline_libresco@sundance.org.

Erica Ginsberg
Tue 21 Mar 2006Link
Docs in Progress returns on Tuesday, March 28 with politics and music
on the mind. If you want to be a part of what has become one of the
most provocative and fun film discussion events in Washington DC, you
won't want to miss it.

Every other month, Docs in Progress showcases works in progress by
local and visiting documentary filmmakers. Following a screening of
each film, moderators and Docs in Progress founders Adele Schmidt and
Erica Ginsberg lead the audience in a feedback session with the
filmmakers. This month's films address politics and music:

AMERICAN FEUD (by Richard Hall and Simone Fary) probes inside
liberalism and conservatism to find out what those terms really
mean even as they become labels which divide our nation. Running
Time (not including discussion): 55 minutes

I REMEMBER BABE (by Ray Bolger and Jesse Achtenberg) follows musician
Steve Keith on a journey back to New Orleans and the
Mississippi Delta to learn more about the life and legacy of his
blues mentor, Babe Stovall. Running Time (not including discussion):
50 minutes.


WHAT? Docs in Progress Screening and Workshop
WHEN? Tuesday, March 28, 2006 at 7:00 pm
WHERE? Jack Morton Auditorium, George Washington University (805 21st
Street, NW Washington, DC) Metro: Foggy Bottom.
WHO'S INVITED? This program is open to both the film community and
the general public. Please pass the word on.
HOW MUCH? $5 (at the door = cash only; advance purchase via PayPal)
MORE INFO? Visit our website at http://www.docsinprogress.org for
more information.

Special thanks to our sponsor, The Documentary Center at the George
Washington University.

Ross Williams
Tue 28 Mar 2006Link
Hi all,

I've been writing a documentary column for Jeffrey Wells website
http://hollywood-elsewhere.com - called Truth Be Told -
http://hollywood-elsewhere.com/truth - So far I've been writing a bit
about the film I'm working on, but mostly I've been covering films
that are fairly well known, and that are already out on DVD.

So, this is an announcement for you to check out the column, but to
also ask for comments, suggestions and possible film submissions.
I'd like to know what other aspects of documentary films you think I
should be writing about. And if you're interested, I could review
your films... help them get a just a bit more exposure. I'll be
happy to link to your websites or say whatever else you'd like to
get out there about your film.

Email me at: ross@eraticate.com - if you've got any suggestions or a
film that you'd like me to review.

Thanks!

Karen Coshof
Wed 29 Mar 2006Link
THE GREAT WARMING IS COMING TO THE VILLAGE EAST CINEMA (181 Second
Avenue, New York, NY) BETWEEN APRIL 7TH - APRIL 14TH!

Narrated by Alanis Morissette and Keanu Reeves, The Great Warming is
a dramatic film about climate change, that sweeps around the world to
reveal how a changing climate is affecting the lives of people
everywhere.
The Great Warming includes statements from scientists, opinion-
makers, and social leaders, and a blunt assessment of America's
leadership - or lack of it - in what is clearly the most critical
environmental issue of the 21st century. Filmed in the USA, China,
Europe, and South America, this wide-ranging, compelling film taps
into the growing groundswell of public concern about climate change
to present an emotional, accurate picture of our children's planet.

For more information, please visit www.thegreatwarming.com.

Nina Gerstenberger
Thu 30 Mar 2006Link
OUR WORLD IS ROUND
A 90min documentary to be distributed worldwide about…

32 Independent Filmmakers following
32 Worldwide Fans supporting each of the 32 World Cup Teams,
But as with any knockout competition- there can only be one Winner!

We are searching the planet for 32 talented student or independent
filmmakers to compete for a place in what is possibly the biggest
global independent collaborative film project ever about soccer fans
and produce sections for a 90 min documentary feature film.

The score is this: each of the 32 filmmakers or production teams
need to follow one fan of one of the 32 qualifying nations for the
duration their teams last in the world cup. Your subject fan (could
even be yourself) should be passionate about football and be
following the World Cup in an extraordinary or special way. As soon
as the fan's team gets knocked out of the cup, he/r and the following
filmmaker drop out of the documentary. A final statement from
filmmaker and fan can be recorded but the producers won’t accept any
additional footage after the team has left the tournament. You send
a copy of your tapes to the ‘Our world is Round’ production team as
well as an edit log of preferred shots you want to see in the film
and then we splice the whole 90mins together with your section
included!

Filmmakers will be credited in the documentary as directors for their
sections when:
-The fan is filmed during the entire time his or her team lasts in
the World Cup
-The footage produced is of usable quality – Good sound is the most
important!
-You don’t film international football stars or go for any
professional match footage! This film is purely about the fans and
must focus on them and we will not use any such footage in the final
film.

4 Good reasons to get involved in this documentary:
1) Participants will have their own profile page on the Our World is
Round website and their own forum section where they can post updates
on their progress!

2) Media solicited contract that guarantees the filmmakers a certain
share of any takings and profits made from this film.

3) Media coverage about the project, International Film Festival
distribution, prospectus worldwide cinema distribution.

4) Being part of a totally unique and special film event and adding
it to your very own portfolio!

If you are interested, we need from you:
1. The country you are from and a short 100 word profile of yourself
(including photograph) with details of previous projects/portfolio
etc.

2. Details of the exciting fan character you are proposing to follow,
details of the team they support, and why you believe they are worthy
of screen time in a feature documentary! We want larger than life,
quirky, but more than anything – interesting characters!
This information can be emailed to:
filmmakers@ourworldisround.co.uk

Remember to suggest this to friends / colleagues and spread the word!
If you are interested, introduce yourself on the message board on our
website:
www.ourworldisround.co.uk

We need serious filmmakers with serious commitment. If you're
interested, please get in touch:

Nathan Mackintosh, Producer, UK - English
nathan@ourworldisround.co.uk
tel: +44(0)7737 372 159
Nina Gerstenberger, Producer, UK/Germany – Deutsch and English
nina@ourworldisround.co.uk


Project Consultancy team:
Chris Morris:
BAFTA Award Winning Freelance Documentary Filmmaker: Director /
Producer
Peter Watkins-Hughes:
BAFTA Award Winning Drama and Documentary Producer / Director -
Freelance Production Consultant for Independent and BBC Productions

Jorgiana Jake
Mon 3 Apr 2006Link
SCREENING FOR ACADEMY CONSIDERATION (APRIL 28-MAY 5 in L.A.)

As many of you know, the cost for a single independent producer to
rent a theater in LA or NY for 7 days (in order to be eligible for
Academy consideration) can run up to $15,000. We want to release
our film on DVD as soon as possible, yet still be eligible for Academy
consideration. Because of that, we have decided to organize a Los
Angeles screening ourselves and invite other filmmakers to share the
cost.

We can show films from 10:00am until 10:00pm at Laemmle’s and each
film will be screened once a day for 7 consecutive days (thus meeting
the requirement for Academy consideration). The cost will be split by
all the filmmakers who participate. This will happen on April 28th
through May 5th. So if your documentary, short or feature is ready,
please contact us immediately to reserve a slot. We will be working
with Rick Pollard at Laemmle's to make this event happen.


The 7 day screening in LA or NY is just one of a long list of
requirements the Academy has. More information can be found here:

http://www.oscars.org/78academyawards/rules/rule12.html

In order to screen at Laemmle's during the run we have plannede (April
28-May 5), certain requirements must be met.

Here are the requirements:

1) Your film can be either Feature or Short Documentary.

2) It needs to be 24-or 48-frame progressive scan digital format ONLY
(minimum native resolution 1280 by 1024 pixels). If you do not have
it on this type of format and you need to transfer it, we know some
great places to get it done.

4) The cost is estimated around $700-$800 per 15 minutes. So if your
doc is 60 minutes you are looking at about $2800-$3200, which is much
cheaper than $15,000, if you were to do it by yourself.

5) We are accepting films from all over the world.

6) If you are not in LA and would like to participate, you can contact
Tim Jack at 818 728-0720. He will be in charge of handling out-of-town
films. (there is an extra fee for this).

This could be a great way to meet some of the requirements without the
extraordinary cost. Let's all help each other!

Please call or email for more information or to reserve your spot.


Thanks,
Jorgiana Jake
Human Revolution Entertainment
13547 Ventura Blvd Suite #188 Sherman Oaks, CA 91423 818 728-0720
E-mail: jorgiana@mac.com

Robert Goodman
Wed 5 Apr 2006Link
You also have to advertise the showings of the film by name in the Los
Angeles Times or an equivalent newspaper.

Jorgiana Jake
Wed 5 Apr 2006Link
A SPECIAL FUNDRAISING EVENT
Sunday April 9th 2006
11:00am

Over half a million mothers have sent their sons to war since the
tragedy of September 11th, 2001. Some of them have supported their
child’s patriotic service and sacrifice with pride, while others have
condemned the war and its cause, angry at those responsible for
sending their loved ones across the world to fight. But all of these
mothers—regardless of their political sentiment or affiliation—share a
common connection: the unmistakable longing for their child’s safety
and the powerlessness they feel for an inability to protect and
shelter them any longer.

My Child: Mothers of War is a groundbreaking documentary that focuses
entirely on the mothers of our American Soldiers serving in Iraq.

No film has previously delved so deeply into the psyche of the mothers
whose children are serving their country. And through their
testimonies—discussing the disconcerting days and sleepless nights,
the ecstatic joy of a phone call or the exultation of a simple
e-mail—the stakes of sending our sons and daughters off to war are
redefined, as are their sacrifices. Mothers of varying backgrounds and
beliefs will have their experiences shared to expose the common thread
of motherhood and sacrifice that serves the backbone of this film.


MY CHILD
MOTHERS OF WAR

A groundbreaking documentary about American mothers sending their sons
to war!

Directed by
Angeliki Giannakopoulos

A SPECIAL FUNDRAISING EVENT
Sunday April 9th 2006
11:00am

LAEMMLE’S FAIRFAX 3
7907 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, 90048
(on the corner of Fairfax Blvd and Beverly)
Tickets will be sold at the door.
Ticket price: $20.00
Critics are saying:

Angeliki Giannakopoulos’s My Child: Mothers of War is an ingenious
piece of cinema because of its incredibly simple agenda: to tell
stories of war that we rarely hear, but that are the most common of all.
Terri Nocco, Co-Editor, Euphorix Magazine

Director Angeliki Giannakopoulos took painstaking care not to
politicize the movie. In an era when many documentaries are thinly
disguised polemics, Giannakopoulos tried to balance, frame for frame,
the mothers' political comments.
Joe Garofoli, San Francisco Chronicle

Cut to baby pictures of these soldiers. Cut to White House briefings
about the escalating conflict in Iraq. Cut straight to your heart if
you have a child of your own.
Karen Hershenson, Contra Costa Times.

Ms. Giannakopoulos said: "America's heart is bleeding, and America's
heart is the moms of this country -- and they're going through a hard
time right now."
Rick DelVecchio, The Mercury News


TO BE RELEASED IN THEATERS AND ON DVD MOTHER’S DAY WEEKEND 2006
Log in to: WWW.MYCHILDTHEMOVIE.COM
Or call Human Revolution Entertainment at 818-728-0720

Erica Ginsberg
Tue 25 Apr 2006Link
GETTING THE RIGHTS RIGHT: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT COPYRIGHT,
PUBLIC DOMAIN, CREATIVE COMMONS, AND FAIR USE

Women in Film and Video-Washington DC and the Center for Social Media
at American University's School of Communication are co-sponsoring a
panel discussion next Wednesday, May 3.

Thinking about using archival or news footage in your documentary?
Wondering if a song playing in the background of your scene or a logo
on a character's T-shirt is included under Fair Use? Whether you are
a producer, director, researcher, or composer, this program will help
answer these questions:

How do I determine if something is copyrighted?
When can I claim Fair Use?
How do I find public domain materials?
How do I negotiate the best rate on archival footage?
When does it make sense to hire a professional researcher?
What do I need to think about when it comes to music?
How do I protect my own rights to my creative products?

SPEAKERS

Patricia Aufderheide, Director of the Center for Social Media at
American University (which recently authored The Documentary
Filmmakers' Statement of Best Practices in Fair Use.)

Lauren Cardillo, an Emmy-Winning Producer who has worked on numerous
projects which have required non-original material for CNN,
Discovery, National Geographic, A&E, and the History Channel.

Bonnie Rowan, a professional researcher who specializes in finding
royalty-free footage at the National Archives.

Laura Possessky, a media and entertainment attorney with Gura and
Possessky, and a former member of WiFv's Board of Directors.

Dolly Turner, a music executive with Treasure Chest, Inc. who has led
seminars for musicians through the Writer's Block Party.


WHEN?
Wednesday, May 3
6:30 pm Networking
7:00-8:30 pm Program

WHERE?
American University
Wechsler Theater, Mary Graydon Center - 3rd Floor
4400 Massachusetts Avenue (at Nebraska Avenue), NW
Washington, DC 20016

COST? Free to WIFV members and AU students with ID. $15 for all
others.

RSVP?
ADVANCE RSVP IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED SINCE SPACE IS LIMITED.
RSVP through the member-only section of WIFV's website
(http://www.wifv.org) or by sending an e-mail to exec@wifv.org.

More information at http://www.wifv.org

Karen Bernstein
Wed 10 May 2006Link
Mobilus Media is looking for a color correct specialist and engineer
type familiar with FCPRO HD to do an in system finish on a documentary
about an Iraq War Vet named Tomas Young. Any suggestions? Please
respond here or telephone, 212-505-1165.

Karen

Erica Ginsberg
Wed 17 May 2006Link
DOCS IN PROGRESS – WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 2006 - WASHINGTON DC

Docs in Progress is a bimonthly film series where documentary
filmmakers screen their works in progress for the public. Screenings
are followed up by a feedback session with the audience. Next
Wednesday night's screening will feature two films:

THE PREACHER AND THE POET by Dean Hamer
Reverend Willie Wilson created sparks when he delivered a graphic
sermon in his Washington DC church about the dangers of homosexuality
among African American teenagers. His sermon contrasts with the words
of poet Kenneth Morrison who delivers a lament and commentary on the
challenges of being young, black, and gay.

THE LAST COLONY by Rebecca Kingsley
The fight for democracy hits home in the capital of the United
States . A historic and personal look at Washington DC and how its
quest for self-determination intersects with issues of race, power,
and the constitutional balancing act between the federal and local
government.


WHEN? Wednesday, May 24, 2006, from 7:00-10:00 pm

WHERE? Jack Morton Auditorium, George Washington University (805 21st
Street, NW Washington DC). On corner of 21st and H Streets. Closest
Metro: Foggy Bottom. Street and garage parking nearby.

COST? $5 suggested donation to defray screening expenses.

MORE INFORMATION? See our website at
<http://www.docsinprogress.org> or e-mail us at
contact@docsinprogress.org


This program is coordinated by Docs in Progress and sponsored by The
Documentary Center of the George Washington University.

Erica Ginsberg
Tue 4 Jul 2006Link
ONE WEEK FROM TONIGHT IN WASHINGTON DC

Docs in Progress
Tuesday, July 11, 2006 at 7:00 pm

Docs in Progress is back, ready to offer you the latest in
provocative documentaries by local filmmakers. Best of all, you get
to see them at the near-finished stage and help the filmmakers figure
out how to make good films great. Come join us on Tuesday, July 11
to watch two new docs and to participate in the feedback sessions
with the filmmakers.

WHEN? Tuesday, July 11, 2006 7:00-10:00 pm

WHERE? Jack Morton Auditorium at the George Washington University
805 21st Street (at H Street), NW Washington DC
Closest Metro: Foggy Bottom. Free neighborhood street parking after
6:30 pm. Garage parking across the street.

COST
$5 at the door
Advance tickets and subscription also available. See our website for
details.

THE FILMS

TUMAINI LETU(Our Hope) by Natalie Halpern (20 minutes)
In the villages of western Kenya, AIDS has robbed hundreds of
thousands of children of their parents. Three women face the
challenges of how to care for these orphans and help the next
generation have a chance at a better future.

BLACK DIAMONDS by Catherine Pancake (90 minutes)
How has a nation's appetite for cheap energy forced one of its most
enduring regions into a fight for survival? A look at how the debate
over underground and surface coal extraction impacts not only the
environment, but the Appalachian people whose lives have been
surrounded by mountains and coal.

Programs are organized by Docs in Progress and sponsored by The
Documentary Center at the George Washington University. Visit the
Docs in Progress website at <http://www.docsinprogress.org> for more
details.

Soo Hugh
Tue 15 Aug 2006Link
FILM INDEPENDENT'S 2006 PRODUCERS LAB DEADLINE EXTENDED TO AUGUST 28,
2006

Film Independent is now accepting submissions for its annual Producers
Lab that will take place in Los Angeles during October and November
2006. The deadline for submissions is August 28, 2006 (postmarked).
Sponsored by Technicolor, Film Independent's Producers Lab is an
intensive seven-week program designed to help filmmakers working in
both fiction and documentary develop skills as creative independent
producers. Lab fellows develop a strategy and formal action plan for
bringing their projects to fruition -including a budget, schedule, and
business plan. Fellows have one-on-one meetings with established
producers, directors, and other industry professionals who act as
advisors to them on their specific projects.

A maximum of ten producers are accepted into the program each year.
Some projects that have gone through the Labs are the following: So
Yong Kim's Sundance-winning film, In Between Days; Jessica Sanders'
After Innocence, short listed for the Academy Awards' documentary
category; Andrea Millers' Dark Matter, currently in production with
Val Kilmer and Meryl Streep; Scott Prendergast's Kabluey, currently in
production with Lisa Kudrow; Dana Jackson's Park starring Billy
Baldwin; Mora Stephens and Joel Stephens' Conventioneers, winner of an
Independent Spirit Award; Ted Kroeber's American Gun recently released
by IFC Films.

Past instructors include Effie Brown (In the Cut), Eric D'arbeloff
(Lovely and Amazing), Alison Dickey (Piggie), Matthew Greenfield (The
Good Girl), Jasmine Kosovic (D.E.B.S.), and Shelby Stone (Lackawanna
Blues). Past guest speakers include Craig Emanuel, Debra Grieco,
Midge Sanford, Peggy Rajski, Laurie Parker, Ron Yerxa, among others.
For an application or more information, go to

http://www.filmindependent.org/index.php/talent_development/
producers_labs

For more information, please contact Soo Hugh, 310.432.1275, or email
shugh@filmindependent.org

John Burgan
Thu 17 Aug 2006Link
Remember to put < > round long URLs to make them clickable, thus:

<http://www.filmindependent.org/index.php/talent_development/
producers_labs
>

Kris Samuelson
Wed 23 Aug 2006Link
Assistant Professor, Documentary Film and Video Production
Department of Art & Art History, Stanford University

The Program in Film and Media Studies in the Department of Art &
Art History at Stanford University is seeking candidates for a
tenure-track Assistant Professor position with an emphasis in the
field of Documentary Film and Video Production. The appointment is
expected to begin September 1, 2007.

The successful candidate will teach at the graduate level in the
M.F.A. Program in Documentary Film and Video and at the
undergraduate level in the Film and Media Studies program.
Candidates will be expected to teach a range of core courses in
both documentary production and studies. The production sequence
includes research, conceptualization, producing, directing,
cinematography, sound, and editing of non-fiction media. The
successful applicant will be encouraged to develop studies courses
that explore the history and theory of documentary. The Program
welcomes applicants who are filmmakers with significant experience
teaching beginning and advanced production students.

Applicants must have a completed MFA or Ph.D. Please send a
letter of application with a statement that details the direction
of your creative work, a description of your approach to teaching,
a CV, a DVD or VHS of recent productions, and a list of three
referees to Chair, Search Committee in Documentary Film and Video
Production, Department of Art & Art History, 435 Lasuen Mall,
Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-2018.

Deadline: November 14, 2006.

Stanford University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action
employer.

Steve Holmes
Wed 30 Aug 2006Link
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Help: rsvp@ifp.org

Karen Bernstein
Thu 31 Aug 2006Link
Hi everyone! I am looking for suggestions for a good documentary film
composer to work mid September early October. Suggestions? Call
917-856-2027

Doug Block
Thu 31 Aug 2006Link
i know a great one but he's in LA. h. scott salinas -
www.salinasmusic.com. scott@salinasmusic.com. listen to his music
from "laugh clown laugh" and you'll know why. was v. fortunate to
have him compose the soundtrack for 51 Birch Street.

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