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Catherine Mattingly
Thu 27 Jan 2011Link

Panasonic DVX100 Kit for Sale (just listed on eBay with starting price of $625)

Professionally handled and maintained DVX100 with 214 hours. One owner, purchased new from B&H.

The kit includes:

- DVX100
- Remote Control
- Camera Charger / AC Adapter
- Stock Panasonic Battery CGR-D16 / 1600mah
- 2 Extended Life Batteries, 7.2v, 5600mah (produced by dvxuser.com)
- Extended Life Battery, 7.2v, 3600mah, (comparable to CGR-D320)
- Rugged, Hard Case (with foam fitted for the DVX100)

For more information or to see photos, please get in touch.


Jason Hutt
Mon 31 Jan 2011Link

Wonderful office is available for share. The office is clean and large with wood floors, high ceilings, great natural light and central air conditioning/heat. The building is safe and quiet with lots of friendly, creative neighbors on the floor: filmmakers, photographers, etc. Great location, a few blocks from either the 7th Avenue or 15th Street/Prospect Park F stops and lots of great bodegas, cafes, Prospect Park, Celebrate Brooklyn, etc.

Space is available March 1st for short or long term rental. The ideal candidate is someone who works independently or creatively and is not on the phone all day. You'd get a large work space that includes wireless internet, refrigerator and espresso/coffee machine. There is currently an oversized desk, chair and shelves for your use or you can bring your own.

Rent is negotiable, between $200-300, depending on your work schedule so please let me know what kind of work you do and your typical work week--if you have one. Photos upon request.


Dara Messinger
Mon 31 Jan 2011Link

Hey D-Worders. Here's an awesome opportunity to have your film screened in NYC!

CALL FOR ENTRIES: DCTV Presents Night Visions | Deadline Fri 3/4

Dark, quiet, harrowing, amorous, mystifying... when the lights go down, the action begins.

DCTV Presents (New York City) is excited to announce its latest call for entries. Night Visions will feature a collection of short films born of the night, submitted by you. We welcome night-themed shorts of any genre, including animation, experimental, found footage, video art, narrative comedy or drama as well as personal, political or historical docs. Make the night what you want it to be. (And as an extra thank you for submitting, you’ll receive 20% off of a DCTV Canon 7D rental, whose superior low-lighting shooting capabilities will get you in the mood.)

In our city that never sleeps, DCTV Presents Night Visions will take place the starry evening of 3/25, and the best film will win a howl-worthy prize. Details TBA.

Deadline for submissions is 3/4. For Rules, Guidelines, How to Submit and more about DCTV: http://www.dctvny.org/events/submit


Deborah Dobski
Tue 1 Feb 2011Link

We are looking to purchase a 16mm trim bin. If you know of one available in the NYC area, please let me know. Or if you have any other ideas or suggestions on how to track down an available trim bin, please pass along your thoughts. Thanks!


Lynn Cassaniti
Wed 2 Feb 2011Link Tag

You might try contacting Paul Tomasko. He has serviced Steenbecks for many years, in fact, still does. I know he has several Steenbecks and related equipment. He may have a trim bin. Tell him Lynn Cassaniti sent you.

Paul Tomasko
212-316-1920 mobile
bluebird1198@hvc.rr.com


Anna Fischer
Fri 4 Feb 2011Link

I am a Swedish filmmaker looking for anyone in New York City whom may have a PAL HDV video camera that I may use for "logging and Capturing" . My HDR-FX-7 PAL video camera just broke down in the middle of logging. I am on a deadline and desperately need to continue. Unfortunately I am all set up for working on a PAL system. I am obviously on the wrong continent ..I know!
I could also, instead use a tape-transfer-deck (but it has to be for PAL). Is there anyone out there in NYC that is working with the PAL system?
I would love to connect.
I will of course pay to rent the equipment and I would need it only for one week.
Many thanks.
Anna


Felix Endara
Fri 4 Feb 2011Link

Call-for-Entries for DocuClub in March!

Our next DocuClub will take place on Wednesday, March 9, 7 p.m., at DCTV, located at 87 Lafayette (at Walker), New York City.

In March, we are thrilled to try something new, and will screen trailers for documentaries in the early stages of production. This way, we hope to reach out to filmmakers all different stages of production, and not just at rough-cut.

To be considered, please heed the following requirements:

- Project must be in early-to-late stages of production
- Trailer must be 3-8 minutes in length
- Screening format is DVD
- You must be a current DocuClub member. If you are not sure about your membership status, please email 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

Deadline: February 18, 2011

We will pre-select four projects. The night of the event, we will chose at random a fifth project to be workshopped, so if your project was not pre-selected, do bring your trailer on DVD. You might just get lucky! (Rules above still apply, however.)

Our moderator will be Fernanda Rossi. Internationally-renowned speaker and story consultant Fernanda Rossi doctored over 300 films, including Academy Award nominees® The Garden, by Scott Hamilton Kennedy, and Recycled Life by Leslie Iwerks. She has also consulted on hundreds of trailers, many of which received funding from ITVS, NYSCA and NFB. She is the author of Trailer Mechanics: A Guide to Making your Documentary Fundraising Demo. For more info on Rossi, please go to: www.documentarydoctor.com.

Please send a brief note and a link to your submission to: docuclub@artsengine.net.

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Erica Ginsberg
Tue 8 Feb 2011Link

For DC-area folks...

Docs In Progress is excited to partner this year with the Our City Film Festival to present a special Work-In-Progress Screening as part of their fourth annual festival. It will take place this Sunday, February 13 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm at the Goethe Institut in Chinatown.

We are especially excited because both of the films being featured are by filmmakers whose previous films were also shown at Docs In Progress so they know what to expect and are ready for your feedback on their rough cuts:

SHE'S A SENSEI (20 minute rough cut)
by Michael Blain
Carol Middleton is a seventh-degree taekwondo black belt and a pioneering female martial artist. This film chronicles Carol's journey from the midwest to Washington DC where she founded and directs the DC Self-Defense Karate Association, working with students of all backgrounds and ages.

LETTING IN THE JUNGLE (40 minute rough cut)
by Jesse Achtenberg
Follow young explorer James Graham of Anacostia as he uncovers the hidden lives of urban wildlife, and what their increasing presence in our backyards means for environmental education. As the challenges faced by eagles, osprey, deer, foxes and coyotes are revealed, James begins to uncover why conservation pioneers are increasingly looking at the concrete jungle to teach environmental values.

WHEN?
Sunday, February 13
11:00 am – 1:00 pm

WHERE?
The Goethe Institut-DC
812 Seventh Street, NW
Washington DC
Closest Metro: Gallery Place/Chinatown

TICKETS?
$10 each. Note this is an Our City Film Festival event and these are set ticket prices, NOT a suggested donation. We also highly recommend that you get tickets in advance at https://app.etapestry.com/cart/Yachad/default/item.php?ref=4092.0.20045843

More on the full festival program at http://www.yachad-dc.org/Films2011.shtml


Ron McCullagh
Tue 8 Feb 2011Link

New member.

We have a commissioned project to produce a number of films in Africa. To this end we are looking for experienced African investigative journalists with good stories to tell.
Insight News Television in London.
http://www.insightnewstv.com


Sarie Horowitz
Tue 8 Feb 2011Link

FLAHERTY NYC VALENTINE'S DAY SHORT FILMS SCREENING at Anthology Film Archives (New York City)

A Show for Valentine’s Day, A Collection Of Nine Love Inspired Shorts
Monday, February 14, 7:30pm
Anthology Film Archives
http://www.flahertyseminar.org/?sb=3&mb=1

For the February installment of the Flaherty NYC monthly screening series, The Flaherty will present A Show for Valentine’s Day, A Collection Of Nine Love Inspired Shorts. There will be a post-screening discussion with various filmmakers, moderated by Flaherty NYC programmer Penny Lane, an independent filmmaker, video artist, educator and writer.

Romantic longings and romantic realities collide in this heartwarming and heartbreaking program of films and videos by Jodie Mack, Jacqueline Goss, Peggy Ahwesh, Bradley Eros, Matt McCormick, Ben Coonley, Alison Kobayashi and more. Who said experimental nonfiction was all brain and no heart? Several filmmakers in attendance!

FILMS INCLUDE:

HONEYMOON HOTEL (Tony Ganz and Rhody Streeter, 1971, 4 min)
This humorous short film features interviews with newlyweds staying in an outrageously furnished hotel in America's honeymoon resort capital, The Poconos.

SINCERELY, JOE P. BEAR (Matt McCormick, 1999, 4 min)
A love letter from a heartbroken polar bear.

FROM ALEX TO ALEX (Alison Kobayashi, 2006, 6 mins)
In the fall of 2003 I found a letter on the Winston Churchill Blvd QEW overpass. It was labeled, “From: Alex To: Alex.” This is a film based on the contents of that letter.

EROS C'EST LAMOUR (Bradley Eros and Tim Geraghty, 2008, 8 min)
Dorothy's l'amour fou evoked in evanescent fragments unexpectedly encountered. The missing link between Rose Hobart and Maria Montez via Rrose Selavy's bride stripped bare by the song of the sarong.

SYNCHRONIZED FOUNTAIN #2, DUBAI (Peggy Ahwesh, 2010, 3 min)
This is footage of the famous fountain at the Burj Khalifa in Dubai that I shot in April, 2010 when I was there for the art fair. The song is Amvaj (Waves) by Bijan Mortazavi. I made it as a wedding gift for Penny Lane and Brian Frye.

VALENTINE FOR PERFECT STRANGERS (Ben Coonley, 2006, 4 min)
A romantic e-card from Otto, a feral cat seeking love from a stranger on the Internet. Otto edits himself into clips from the 1980’s sitcom Perfect Strangers and asks strangers on YouTube to return the favor.

TYING THE KNOT (Jacqueline Goss, 2010, 2 min)
More risqué than it seems at first, a short ode to marriage.

YARD WORK IS HARD WORK (Jodie Mack, 2008, 28 min)
An experimental animation and mini-musical that wants also to be a romantic comedy. Using various combinations of 2D cut-out and pixilation, the piece follows a pair of newlyweds as they learn the perils of homeownership and life in general.

PEOPLE IN ORDER OF #3: LOVE (Lenka Clayton and James Price, 2006, 3 min)
48 couples arranged by length of relationship. From a series of films about human lives shot while touring the UK in a camper van.

TICKET INFORMATION:
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General admission tickets to the Flaherty NYC series at the Anthology Film Archives are $9, and $6 for Anthology members. Tickets can be purchased at the Anthology box office the day of the show.

Anthology Film Archives is located in the old Second Avenue Courthouse building in the East Village at 32 Second Ave. at the corner of 2nd Street. For subway take F, V to Second Ave., B, D, F, V to Broadway-Lafayette, 6 to Bleecker.


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