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Carmita Lasso
Tue 10 Jun 2008Link

TO
Suzy Spivey

I forward your post to a great filmaker that I know who has already visited the Pyramids
and also participated in workshops.

I have traveled with him to Peru to work on the Machu Pichu ruins
and it was an excellent project.

He has much experience and I know he will be contacting you soon.

Sincerely
Carmita

Edited Tue 10 Jun 2008 by Carmita Lasso

Emily Meyers
Wed 11 Jun 2008Link

Want to make films that make a difference?

Join Women in Film and Meaningful Media this Monday for a Master Class and Panel Discussion on social issue filmmaking.

Social Issue Films: Powerful... Not Preachy! presents engaging ways to integrate facts and messaging into a film without boring or alienating the audience. This class draws from case studies to show how strategic use of tools such as humor, drama, and animation can be used to raise awareness of an issue and inspire viewers.

Panel discussion to follow:
Emily Meyers, Executive Director, Meaningful Media (Moderator)
Deborah Zipser, Head of Business Affairs, River Road Entertainment
Mitchell Block, Professor Specializing in Socially-Relevant Media, USC Film School
Eric D'Arbeloff, Co-President, Roadside Attractions
Lucia Noyce, Director, Artists for Amnesty

When: Monday, June 16th, 7 – 9 PM

Where:
The Stella Adler Theatre
6773 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028
323-465-4446

Parking is available in the Hollywood & Highland parking structure across the street from the venue. Parking is $2.00 with theatre validation.

Cost: Free for WIF Members; $15 for non-members

RSVP: Email Linda Weitzler (linda@wif.org)


Danielle Beverly
Wed 11 Jun 2008Link

PA/Driver needed in San Jose CA this Saturday and Sunday – must be over age 25 for vehicle rental purposes. Mainly will be driving a 15 passenger van. Please know the streets of the city, and we will be grateful!

Send resume/responses to danielle.beverly@projectrebirth.org


Neil Benezra
Thu 12 Jun 2008Link

Hello D-Word People!

My name is Neil Benezra and I am a Sound Designer/Mixer/Editor with many award winning films under my belt. I hope my work might be of interest to some of you in your current or future endeavors. I have a small audio post studio in downtown Brooklyn, with a Foley/VO/ADR booth as well as an FTP for long distance projects. Please feel free to call me no matter how big or small your project is.

Neil Benezra
www.BrooklynSoundSociety.com
Neil@BrooklynSoundSociety.com
NeilBenezra@yahoo.com
917-586-5518


John Burgan
Thu 12 Jun 2008Link

Welcome aboard, Neil (no need to double post at the D-Word)


Christopher Wong
Thu 12 Jun 2008Link

hey neil,
i'm looking to record some VO of one of my main characters – it would probably take about 1-2 hours. what is your standard (documentary) charge for such work? what kind of equipment do you use in the VO booth?

you can reply to me off-list if you like: cccwong AT gmail DOT com


Davin Hutchins
Thu 12 Jun 2008Link

CALLING INDEPENDENT FILMMAKERS AND VIDEO JOURNALISTS

The American News Project (http://newsproject.org) is dedicated to defending and promoting the public interest through high-quality, investigative video journalism. Our staff includes video professionals who have worked at CNN, National Geographic, PBS Frontline, Bill Moyers Journal and other respectable media outlets. Our reports (some call them mini-documentaries) regularly end up on prominent media outlets like the Huffington Post.

We are building out our network of freelance filmmakers and video journalists. ANP is run very much like a traditional magazine. Video reports are produced staff reporters and qualified freelancers. Our stories are distributed to hundreds of blogs and major media sites.
We are assembling a community of video journalists and documentary filmmakers who believe in quality, accuracy and in the transformative potential of good multimedia storytelling. Some of the most incisive reporting is produced by those who know the personalities and communities directly affected by issues and events.

If you are a documentary filmmaker or professional video journalist who would like to work with us on stories please click on the link below and fill out your info.

http://org2.democracyinaction.org/o/5226/t/2141/signUp.jsp?key=82

We believe that these are seminal times, both in the evolution of media and the project of America. By grinding away at pernicious problems; by holding the powerful accountable; by seeking out universal stories of struggle and transcendence; by highlighting voices overlooked by mainstream outlets; by making a commitment to quality; by partnering with our peers in the independent press; and by assembling an online community of media junkies who hunger to participate, we hope to help pioneer a form of online public-interest broadcasting that is both entertaining and transformative.

So, welcome. We hope you enjoy, and we hope you participate.


Jo-Anne Velin
Fri 13 Jun 2008Link

below, sound recordest needed in Germany. I noticed it in Craig's Berlin list this morning and by chance the person posting is someone I just worked with. Nice guy.

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Ben Kempas
Fri 13 Jun 2008Link

I don't think we have German sound recordists on The D-Word, so that's a bit pointless. But www.crew-united.com lists 259 of them. If your colleagues find someone locally, they could save the money for airfare and accommodation and instead actually pay the guy... However, for that, they would need to get the location right. "Neuhosen" doesn't exist in Germany.

Edited Fri 13 Jun 2008 by Ben Kempas

G. Daniel Velazquez
Fri 13 Jun 2008Link

In reply to Suzy Spivey's post on Wed 28 May 2008 :

Hi Suzy!

I just sent you an email regarding your upcoming documentary about the "Authentic Voice" workshop.

Thought I'd write here as well in case you check this first!

Cheers,
Daniel V.


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