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Monica Williams
Mon 5 Nov 2007Link

Hi Lisa,

What are you selling your Macbook Pro for?


John Burgan
Mon 5 Nov 2007Link

Monica, you may wish to email Lisa directly as she may not be checking in regularly. Click on her name for contact details.


Jo-Anne Velin
Mon 5 Nov 2007Link

Scarlett, thanks for the posting. Nice to see a film festival in the US that does not require entrance fees and will on-post to other groups if you like, via Cinema Nova. They have a terrific network of independent filmmakers from several countries. Good luck!


Sarah Hesterman
Mon 5 Nov 2007Link

Melanie, if you are still looking for someone, I do transcription. I have tons of experience transcribing interviews for docs. Email me sarah(at)lyricalfilms(dot)com


Amir Bar-Lev
Wed 7 Nov 2007Link

Hello everyone,
I'm considering an office move to Brooklyn, and wonder if anyone is interested in either SUBLETTING me a few desks' worth of space in their existing office, or in going in on a space together. Anywhere in the Burough will do. We'll likely be between 1-3 people on any given day.
Thanks!
Amir


Doug Block
Thu 8 Nov 2007Link

amir, you should register for the professional side of the d-word. you've only gone halfway in the process.


Niam Itani
Thu 8 Nov 2007Link

Amir, Robert Richter had an office to sublet somewhere in New York, am not sure where but you might want to check it through the search engine or contact Bob directly.


Sumi Somaskanda
Thu 8 Nov 2007Link

Documentary Filmmakers--are you tired of election coverage? Help Current TV change the way traditional media covers our national elections!

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Erica Ginsberg
Fri 9 Nov 2007Link

Docs in Progress returns to Washington DC on Friday, November 16. We will be screening two work-in-progress documentaries from Baltimore and Chicago. The filmmakers are eager to get feedback from a DC audience.

WHEN? Friday, November 16 from 7:00-10:00 pm

WHERE? Jack Morton Auditorium on the campus of George Washington University. Street address is 805 21st Street, NW Washington DC (at the corner of 21st and H Streets).

HOW MUCH? $5 suggested donation (cash at the door or in advance via Pay Pal)

WHAT'S SCREENING?

THE WALK-ONS by Tim Durham and Aimee Nowland (30 minutes)
College football may be best known for the frenzied competition for top recruits. But what of the local students who want to play for the team? With no full rides offered, these kids work part-time jobs to pay for their tuition. Trampled daily and sold on the hope that after a season or two, they might catch the coach's eye, these walk-ons are not ready to let go of their dreams to go further than the practice field.

MARE IGNOTUM (SEA OF MYSTERY) by Loretta Oleck Berger and Linton Suttner (70 minutes)
It's hard to miss Max Shapiro. Whether on his Harley or showing off his tattoos and pet snake, Max has traveled many lonely roads in his 70 years. But it is the less traveled inner road which most interests his niece as she takes us on a journey to discover more about him and herself in the process.

This program is organized by Adele Schmidt and Erica Ginsberg from Docs in Progress and is co-sponsored by The Documentary Center at the George Washington University.

For those not already familiar with Docs in Progress, you can find out more at www.docsinprogress.org


Amy King
Tue 13 Nov 2007Link

SILVERDOCS CALL FOR ENTRIES!

SILVERDOCS 2008 is open for submissions, seeking films that celebrate
the creative vision of independent filmmakers and the power of
documentary to expand our world-view and enhance our understanding of
the events around us.

Now entering its sixth year, SILVERDOCS has been hailed as the ’pre-
eminent US documentary festival” (Screen International) and as “non-
fiction nirvana” (Variety). The Festival features 100 films,
representing over 45 countries, and awards over $50,000 in cash and
prizes.

Documentaries should have been completed on or after March 2007, and
not screened on television or theatrically in the US prior to the
Festival.

SILVERDOCS is also accepting documentary grant proposals for the
$10,000 ACE (Animal Content in Entertainment) Grant for theatrical,
television, or new media projects featuring animal-related content.

PREVIEW FORMATS:
DVD or VHS (NTSC or PAL)

ENTRY FEES:
Shorts: $25-40
Features: $30-50

DEADLINES:
Early: January 11
Regular: February 15
Late: March 7

Past SILVERDOCS award winners include JESUS CAMP, BORN INTO BROTHELS,
DARWIN’S NIGHTMARE, MY ARCHITECT and STREET FIGHT, all of which were
nominated for Academy Awards. SILVERDOCS presented the world premiere
of THE BLOOD OF YINGZHOU DISTRICT, which won the 2007 Academy Award
for best documentary short.

Attend SILVERDOCS’ International Documentary Conference for four days
of cutting edge content in an intimate environment. The Conference
runs concurrently with the Festival and is fast becoming the must-
attend event for media professionals working at the cutting edge of
content, commerce and community.

www.SILVERDOCS.com


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