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Dara Messinger
Mon 25 Oct 2010Link

New Yorkers! Two upcoming DCTV Presents screenings:

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DCTV Presents SHOOTING POVERTY
Thursday, October 28th, 7:30pm
DCTV, 87 Lafayette Street, NYC

Exposing the negative impact of guns and armed violence in poor communities, the international finalists from Oxfam’s Shooting Poverty documentary contest present their work to NYC.

See Bang for Your Buck from Burundi, Grosso Calibre from Brazil, and April 6th from India, at this unique event presented in collaboration with Oxfam and our BeyondBullets.org anti-gun violence media campaign.

Screening followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers.

FREE
Details: http://www.dctvny.org/events/shooting-poverty

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DCTV Presents TODAY
Thursday, November 4th, 7:30pm
DCTV, 87 Lafayette Street, NYC

Today is the only film of its kind, the true story of one day in the life of three families in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Stylistically bold, each scene shot with gripping intimacy, this film is about far more than just New Orleans. Amidst three fascinating families and their prayers, songs, fights, laughter, and love, Today is the story of a day in the life of America, in all of its beautiful, disturbing, hilarious glory.

Screening followed by a Q&A with Director Naftali Beane Rutter.

"One of the best movies I've seen in the last two years."
-Philip Maysles, Maysles Cinema

"Exquisitely made...moments and frames that come from deep insight into the human condition."
-Annie Roney, Rocco Films International

“Deeply enjoyable.”
-David Friesen, True False Film Festival

$8 – $12
Details & Tickets: http://www.dctvny.org/events/today


Felix Endara
Fri 29 Oct 2010Link

EDIT SUITE AVAILABLE FOR RENT

Private edit suite available within Chelsea media arts center. Includes the following:

Software:
Mac OS
Synchronize! Pro X backup software
Final Cut Pro 7
DVD Studio Pro 4.2.2

Hardware:
Computer:
Processor: Mac Pro G5 Quad-Core Intel Xeon 2.66GHZ Processor
Memory: 3 GB
Video: Nvidia GeForce GT 120
Video 2: BlackMagic DeckLink HD Extreme 3D
Monitor (Primary): Apple Cinema HD Display
Monitor (Secondary): Viewsonic VX715

Sony DVCam DSR-25 DVR Deck
Sony Trinitron PVM20-M2U Monitor
Mackie 1402-VLZ Pro 14-Channel Analog Mixer
Roland MA-12 Speaker Monitors
Dynex DX-26L150A11 Flatscreen HD Display

For more information, contact Steve (steve@artsengine.net) or call 646-230-6368, ext. 231.


Amie Segal
Fri 29 Oct 2010Link Tag

Hello Everyone,
Eyepop Productions is seeking a great Final Cut editor for a few small videos for non-profits and a couple of reality series presentations. Looking for someone who's fast, driven, and comfortable with lots of verite style footage, has a great sense of story, rhythm, style and is nice to work with. Send reels to amie@eyepopproductions.com


Katie Cook
Mon 1 Nov 2010Link

Find out about Cinereach Grants for nonfiction and fiction filmmakers! (Next Deadline December 1st)

Join us Nov. 4th for the free DocTalk with Cinereach. Since 2006 Cinereach has distributed over $4 million to 80 different projects. Live teleseminar, Thurs. Nov 4th 5pm Pacific.

Register at http://bit.ly/3Z5Zjh


Fred Silverman
Mon 1 Nov 2010Link Tag

Doug suggested I post about our new site -it is a global video news site http://www.newslook.com We curate video from major providers as well as independent voices. Please check us out and if your an indie documentarian and do short form news oriented pieces, we would be interested in looking at your work. We do a rev share and syndicate to a number of major news sites.

Fred S!ilverman


John Williams
Tue 2 Nov 2010Link

My nonprofit TV series, "SEA-Inside: Pacific Northwest" is coming to an internet near you! Now airing on about 70 community cable stations, this magazine style show about what's below the surface of Pacific Northwest waters is now available on iTunes and blip.tv, soon on Roku set-top boxes.

Each half-hour episode features several short videos, most documentary style, some artistic, poetic, etc. Four of the 21 episodes are on-line to date, more to come.

You can find out more at: http://SEA-Inside.org


Una Halloran
Wed 3 Nov 2010Link

I'm looking for a New York based writer or producer with a background in documentary film to write coverage on a feature film screenplay based on a true story (100 pages). Please email me with a note on your work experience and your coverage fee, nyclondon@lycos.com. Thanks.


Katie Cook
Wed 3 Nov 2010Link

Don't miss tomorrow's live DocTalk with Cinereach!

Cinereach is one of the most interesting and generous film funders currently supporting indie filmmakers. Join us for the free teleseminar Thursday, Nov. 4th, 5pm Pacific (8pm Eastern). Register now at the link below!

http://bit.ly/3Z5Zjh


Bill Kerrigan
Thu 4 Nov 2010Link

I would like to buy SLR lenses with settings of F1.8 and lower.
Thanks


Felix Endara
Fri 5 Nov 2010Link

DocuClub in November!

Our November DocuClub will take place on Wednesday, November 17, 7 p.m., at DCTV, located at 87 Lafayette Street (at Walker; take N/R/Q/6 trains to Canal).

We will screen a rough cut of When I Walk by Jason DaSilva. After working as a filmmaker for ten years, filmmaker DaSilva puts his experience with having progressive Multiple Sclerosis to the screen. His journey paints a picture of a complex disease amidst complex circumstances. The film weaves in interviews, explanations, and findings on MS within a jigsaw puzzle of incidents. When I Walk is a featured project of Tribeca All Access. For more info about the film, please go to: http://www.wheniwalk.com.

Director/Producer Jason DaSilva’s first collaborative feature film was CUBA DREAMS, shot in Havana in 1999, and screened at the Latin American Film Festival in Cuba later that year. His next film, OLIVIA'S PUZZLE, screened at more than 30 festivals including Sundance, received an Oscar qualification in the summer of 2003, and was broadcasted on HBO and PBS in 2004. His third film, LEST WE FORGET, premiered at the International Documentary Festival of Amsterdam in 2004. His most recent short TWINS OF MANKALA premiered at Tribeca Film Festival 2006 and aired on PBS in 2006. DaSilva returned to his passion of interdisciplinary art, showing his time-based artwork at galleries internationally and at the Whitney Biennial 2006. His last documentary, FROM THE MOUTHPIECE ON BACK premiered at AFI/Dallas in 2008. DaSilva is a recipient of the Project: Involve Filmmaker Fellowship award from IFP/New York.

Our moderator will be Sarie Horowitz, Program Manager for the Robert Flaherty Film Seminar. She has worked in the field of documentary film for more than a decade and began her career in film at the Independent Feature Project. She is the Director/Producer of the award-winning short THE SPECIAL MUSIC SCHOOL OF AMERICA and the Producer of the PBS short ORCHESTRA 2001. She produced the feature-length documentary THREE OF HEARTS: A POSTMODERN FAMILY that had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival and aired on Bravo and the Sundance Channel. Horowitz is also the Producer of FALLOUT, SUPPLY & DEMAND, ENGINE OF CHANGE and is a Co-Producer on the feature documentary WELCOME TO SHELBYVILLE which premiered at the Hamptons International Film Festival and will air on Independent Lens in the Spring of 2011 .She worked as a Director/Producer for HealthiNation, producing short pieces on various health topics for Comcast On Demand. While working in documentary production, Sarie also served for five years as Program Director of DocuClub, a program that facilitates filmmakers in the making of their documentaries.

Admission is free for current DocuClub members and $6 for non-members.

If you’re planning to attend, please RSVP to docuclub@artsengine.net.

Membership is an annual $50 and it includes free admission to all DocuClub events. It takes five minutes to join online:

http://www.artsengine.net/store/items/docuclub_membership_individual_rate


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