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Tristan Dyer
Mon 23 Feb 2009Link

Greetings D-Word,
I just found out about this site, and I am really enjoying it. I'm also pretty new to the business having just graduated college and am in the process of looking for work in Boston. In this search for employment I have encountered the need for a website with my video work on it. I have videos on Current but I would like something that I can update frequently sort of like a blog. I have a site, that only showcases my photography that I would like to replace with video. Any kind of HTML template suggestions so I don't have to buy flash would be really helpful. Thanks for D-Word and good luck with your projects folks.

http://current.com/users/tdogger/submit/0.htm

www.tristandyer.com


Steven Boe
Mon 23 Feb 2009Link

Hi,
We're brand new to this site having come across it from Documentary.org. We've been filmmakers for many years. Our latest film is a blend of animation and documentary entitled "Mythic Journeys" it stars Tim Curry, Mark Hamill & Lance Henriksen and features interviews with Deepak Chopra, Michael Beckwith and many others. You can view a trailer at the site below. We look forward to getting to know all of you on the boards.

Steven & Whitney Boe
Imaginal Cells FIlmWorks
Los Angeles
http://imaginalcellsinc.com/


Thomas Righetti
Tue 24 Feb 2009Link

Hello, I just wanted to draw your attention to ESoDoc – European Social Documentary, which is a training initiative to develop film projects on social issues.

ESoDoc is a European workshop on the social documentary, that takes up the challenge of putting together the various players involved in documentary film production.
ESoDoc aims at creating new opportunities in production for the European documentary industry, where the focus is on human rights, social justice and environmental protection, especially in developing nations; at the same time, ESoDoc is a response to growing awareness, on the part of NGOs and non-profit organizations, that film and new media are strategic instruments for the promotion of their work.

Visit our website: http://www.esodoc.eu

ESoDoc 2009 – Application Deadline: March 3, 2009


Ben Kempas
Tue 24 Feb 2009Link

Welcome to The D-Word, Thomas!


Doug Block
Tue 24 Feb 2009Link

... and Tristan and Steven. Welcome to you all. So you know, Steven, you and Whitney each need to register as inidivuals if you decide you want to become full members .


Amy Kaye
Wed 25 Feb 2009Link

Top of the mornin' to you all from Dublin!
I am a full time media student originally from South Africa. I am specialising in documentary making and am currently in post-production on my first short documentary about Judaism in Dublin. I am very excited to have found this forum – hope to hear from you soon!
Cheers!
Amy


Shima Razavi
Wed 25 Feb 2009Link

Hi everyone,

I am a budding documentary director/producer/entrepreneur. Recently I've decided to focus my career towards (mostly made for TV) educational/informative/socially relevant documentaries. I would like to create my own production company that develops and produces programming for the likes of NatGeo, Travel, History Channels, etc... I have no idea where to get started!! I would really appreciate any insight from anyone in this field.
thanks!


Thomas Lennon
Wed 25 Feb 2009Link

Hi I'm Tom Lennon (Thomas Lennon in writing, as in credits.) I've already had an introduction of sorts – Doug Block said, "Tom Lennon is a good friend, and a D-word member who never posts." Fair enough. But I want to get the D-word habit, because I'm stunned by how vigorous and helpful the conversation is. I've been a documentary filmmaker for a long time – started out indie, then to ABC News in the eighties when people like Marcel Ophuls were there, Alan and Susan Raymond – then out on my own, where I did a lot of work for Frontline and the American Experience that I was v. proud of. In the last five years, I've had one foot in documentary, and the other in ...what to call it... public service media, I guess – Ruby Yang and I did a lot of AIDS awareness spots in China, the first such campaigns ever aired in China. I want to keep a foot in both worlds if I can...that's me. Looking forward to ducking in and out of this conversation.


James Longley
Wed 25 Feb 2009Link

Thomas and Ruby also took home an Oscar for their work in China, as he humbly fails to mention.


Andy Schocken
Wed 25 Feb 2009Link

Welcome, Amy, Shima, and Tom! Tom, I believe we had a few drinks together a few years ago at the Bohemian beer garden. Maybe once the weather warms up a bit, we should revisit that idea...


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