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Bill Weaver
Sun 30 Dec 2001Link
Hi Folks.
I'm a transplanted American living in British Columbia. For the
past ten years, I've been president of Across Borders Media,
which produces documentaries mainly for Candian networks.
I'm looking to "cross the borders" more these days, pitching my
projects to American broadcasters as well.

Also, for the past four years, I've hosted a conference called
Media that Matters, which brings together people from all facets
of socially - consicous media in a beautiful wilderness setting to
cross-polloinate and have deeper conversations what we convey
to the world.

NIce to be here. Glad this space exists.

http://www.mediathatmatters.org
http://www.acrossborders.com

Ben Kempas
Sun 30 Dec 2001Link
Welcome to the D-Word, Bill. I am delighted that you want join our
forums. You have now access to

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where you should re-introduce yourself to the other members in
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Doug Block
Mon 31 Dec 2001Link
Likewise, Sahand, I hope you'll register for the private D-Word
Community. Just email me (doug@d-word.com) and I'll get instructions
right out to you.

Tina Difeliciantonio
Tue 19 Feb 2002Link
Hi,

I'm not sure if this is the right place for this posting so please
excuse me if I'm in the wrong place.

I am hoping someone out there could help me find an old
version for Mac of Photoshop 4.0. Does anyone know where I
could acquire this version of the program? We have an older
AVID that can only take this version.

Many thanks!

Thanks!

Tina D

Bill Kavanagh
Wed 20 Feb 2002Link
Hi. I'm Bill Kavanagh and I'm a documentary-maker living in
Manhattan. Have field produced a documentary about the civil
war in El Salvador, "Enemies of War," working with Esther
Cassidy. I'm currently posting a documentary about three
families whose lives are changed by a struggle in one city for fair
housing--working title "Brick by Brick." There is a website for this
work-in-progress, at www.brick-by-brick.com.

I'm curious about the d-word community. Do tell!

Doug Block
Wed 20 Feb 2002Link
Bill, for more info see: www.d-word.com/community.html

Tina Difeliciantonio
Wed 20 Feb 2002Link
Hi Bill,

I'm actually a friend of Esther's but I haven't seen her film yet.

Don't know much about D-Word yet since this is my first posting.

Best of luck,

TinaD

Rob Green
Thu 21 Feb 2002Link
Hi everybody.
I'm Rob, and on my business card it says I'm a documentary
producer. This is because, until recently, I produced cable docs
and magazine stories for Towers Productions in Chicago. I have
recently gone freelance and moved to New York in the middle of
a recession. That's why my business card doesn't say "career
counselor."
I've done programs for The Food Network, A&E, The History
Channel, MSNBC, and The Weather Channel (yes, The Weather
Channel does programs). I even scored a doc for a friend (and
d-word member).
I've also compiled a rather long list of "next projects," which, if I
can ever free myself from the cycle of wage slavery, I'll start on.

I'm really happy to find this forum. Maybe one of you can
explainto me the difference between "self-employed" and
"unemployed."

James Hannon
Thu 21 Feb 2002Link
Hi Rob,

Welcome to the group!

By the way, found out the hard way that the diffence between
self-employed & unemployed is how much money you have in the bank to
support yourself... But if you ever go for unemployement, NEVER tell
them you're self-employed!!!

Take care
-=James

Doug Block
Fri 22 Feb 2002Link
Welcome, Rob. I feel like a broken record, but you certainly qualify
for the private D-Word forum: www.d-word.com/community.html

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