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Jo-Anne Velin
Thu 24 Apr 2008Link

Leah, go into search and perhaps track down member Shashwati. She could be back in Taiwan and may have contacts; she's been off for a while.


Doug Block
Thu 24 Apr 2008Link

Actually, to find Shashwati you don't want to "go into search", Leah. You want to search the database. Click on the People link at the top of the page to get there.


Scott Petersen
Thu 24 Apr 2008Link

I have a Sony ECM-44B Omni-Directional Lavalier Condenser Microphone for sale for $150. It was purchased from B & H last year and only used for a few weeks. It's in perfect condition, except for a small scuff on the cable which does not affect performance. I have the receipt and it's in its original packaging. Great mic and great deal! Includes mic/capsule, tie clip, windscreen and case. Pickup in LA or ship to rest of US (add shipping cost).

From B & H's website: The ECM-44B makes the exceptional quality of Sony's electret condenser microphones available for budget conscious productions, and a variety of sound reinforcement requirements, such as lectures and demonstrations. Measuring only 8.5 x 14.5mm, the ECM-44B reduces the visual distraction to the audience. The ECM-44B can be depended upon for clean, bright, yet natural reproduction. To maintain its low cost, this microphone operates on a single AA (does not accept phantom power) battery for over 5000 hours of service.


Jo-Anne Velin
Fri 25 Apr 2008Link

sorry leah, doug's right. I did check to see you're a member though, because you can access the database only if so (right DB?).


Robert Richter
Tue 29 Apr 2008Link

We lost our intern to illness and her backed up college work. So we're looking for another. Come in a couple of days a week on a regular and reliable basis. Help on current projects. Email RRProd@aol.com


Matt Peterson
Thu 1 May 2008Link

I'm auctioning off 83 promotional posters from New Yorker Films' Video collection. The posters are 14x21. View all titles here: http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZmjjvckp


Joshue DelToro
Mon 5 May 2008Link Tag

We are looking for an executive producer for the documentary project The Navajo Riders.

The Navajo Riders covers the Navajo Nation Council Horseback Ride in which council delegates ride to different parts of the Navajo Nation to learn about the needs of the Navajo people at townhall meetings, recreating an old tradition. The seven day ride begins at the base of Navajo Mountain, goes through the Monument Valley, and ends in Window Rock, the capital of the Navajo Nation. We follow the NaaTsis Aan Riders throughout this exciting 510-mile journey through three states passing the Navajo volcanic fields, a meteor crash site, and a glacial lake. Along the way suffering temperatures above a hundred degrees, we encounter wild mustangs and ancient Anazasi structures built thousands of years ago. During this week-long event we explore the unique traditions of the Navajo culture.

The Navajo Riders will be submitted to the Native American category for the Sundance Film Festival. Navajo producer, director, and writers are attached to the documentary project.

We have been doing the Navajo Council ride for the past eight years. For the past three years, I have been filming the ride. With these images, I created a trailer, The Navajo Riders 2005, to present the idea for this documentary. To see the trailer please go to www.joshuedeltoro.com

Phone: (213) 949-0938
e-mail: mail@joshuedeltoro.com

Sincerely,

Joshue Del Toro


Darla Bruno
Mon 5 May 2008Link

Seeking native Italian or perfectly fluent Italian speaker experienced international doc film/cinema verite editor who can work with PAL footage and who has FCP 6. Please have full-length international doc and/or cinema verite experience. 16 hours of footage need to cut a trailer. Pay negotiable – new york, new jersey, boston, or will consider some travel.

Thanks!


Caio Vilela
Wed 7 May 2008Link

Dear friends,

I'm a brazilian journalist working as a field producer/fixer for foreign TV crews, film and video makers
that plan to come to Brazil in order to produce films, video documentaries, hard news reports and other productions.

Currently I´m a free lancer for YLE ( Finland) , ARTE ( France-Germany), ARD ( Germany), ABC ( Canada), CBC (Australia) and CNN Español ( based in Miami).

I would like to let you know about my availability for anyone who may need someone in Brazil and southern south american countries.

In my position I can quickly provide :

- field and travel arrangements

- filming permissions

- interviews and visits scheduling

- suitable natural sceneries and movie set
locations – indoor and outdoor

- local transportation and lodging anywhere in
Brazil and South America

- translations portuguese/english/spanish

- "making of" photography

- money saving logistics

- dynamic, productive and detailed trip
schedules

- cheap car and equipment rental

- fresh stories suggestions monthly ( if you wish to receive those)

If you know any media professionals who are willing to travel to Brazil
soon or someday for filming, and need a person to work
on the pre productions details, please let them know
our email adresses :

caiovilela@gmail.com, caiovilela@uol.com.br, caiovilela@hotmail.com

Phone number in Sao Paulo city : 11-30329302 or mobile 11-84024790

You can expect hard working and willingness to help
people bringing out the best of what is possible and
impossible to be done in a limited time
reporting/filming trip in Brazil. From organizing a
safe expedition to remote indigenous tribes of Amazon
forest to an interview with our new president Lula.

Here's a brief of our profiles :

Caio Vilela, 38 : Working with photography and
travel writing for brazilian and
foreign publications, has been traveled in
more than 50 countries producing written reports and images.
After twelve years travelling extensively inside Brazil
and South America as a nature travel guide and
reporter, he has contacts with media related people
all over the country and knows virtually every nature
travel destination in Brazil.

Wife and colaborator : Ana Busch, 40, executive-director of Folha de
Sao Paulo, Brazil's main newspaper and newswebsite (
www.folha.com.br ) , Ana has been working on
hard news for 18 years.
Owner of a precious phone directory and
having very efficient contacts in Brazil government
staff, she can help you get through burocracy and take
short cuts to obtain filming permissions, and
scheduling interviews with busy/important people.


All the best from brazillian warm winter,

Caio Vilela
caiovilela@gmail.com
caiovilela@uol.com.br
caiovilela@hotmail.com

Phone number in Sao Paulo city : 11-30329302 or mobile 11-84024790


Doug Block
Thu 8 May 2008Link

ok, no more double posts, caio. we saw this in your intro.


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