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I'm Helkin René Díaz. Photojournalist and DOP from Colombia.
I've just finish to shot the documentary film "Jala, a journey through the senses of water" in India. Shot with the RED ONE camera.
If someone need something in Colombia, don't hesitate to contact me.
All the best!
I am searching for a copy of the documentary film Jack Johnson, nominated for an Academy Award in 1970. Jim Jacobs, director. It has a Miles Davis soundtrack.
I'm self releasing my first doc "The Evangelist The Hitman & The ACLU" so please stop by the website and then the Facebook page to let me know what you think.
I am an expat living in Tel Aviv, Israel working on a satirical documentary exploring the reasons why there will never be peace in Israel between the Israelis and Palestinians. You can watch a clip from it on YouTube here – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=279oAQQzTZI
I am also working on a more personal documentary/home video documenting the ups and downs of a young couple (my wife and I) as we have our first baby.
I would love to hear from you. And that's a picture of me.
Welcome to The D-Word, Jason. Some folks here have been known to point a camera in their family's direction, too. Lots of luck with that.
Hello folks! I just joined and am a Virginia based filmmaker working on a few projects! I am excited to join and hopefully get advise about some of the issues coming up w/ some of my pending projects.
Greetings fellow filmmakers. I've been making films since my grandfather handed me the family 8mm camera, decades ago. Worked in television news for eight years, then fully believing that Truth is Stranger Than Fiction, I opened my own documentary production company. Joined the Directors Guild on the basis of my work in network broadcast television. Finished my own feature-length documentaries in the early 1980s :"With Eyes Wide Open", the story of a blind autistic painter, and "D.O.A.", the story of the Sex Pistols' disastrous first and only U.S. tour. Did several projects for National Geographic TV: "Passion for Pythons" and "Out of Control". Currently doing my best to avoid working for crappy fake-reality series on network television by producing docs for ABC and PBS. Open to collaborations. Have gear, will travel.
Hello everyone. I'm a graduate film student in North Carolina currently working on a short, personal documentary about a lesbian couple for whom I donated sperm. Kind of like Lisa Cholodenko's new film, The Kids Are All Right, except real.
Only two more semesters to go before I graduate and begin the transition from student to independent filmmaker. Looking forward to exploring the site!
Sounds really interesting, Rick. Good luck with it and welcome aboard.
hello,everyone. i'm high school student in south korea. i'm interesting documentary. l'm happy to find this site and exploring it!
I'm Amy Fox. I'm here to learn from and work with experienced documentary filmmakers. I offer my services as a production coordinator, PA, sound assistant, camera assistant or editor anywhere in Japan (or possibly Taiwan) at any point between late October 2010 and April 2011. I might be available as late as October 2011. If you know anyone, please let them know that I'm interested.
I've covered two rallies and two concerts. I've been the director's assistant, sound assistant and editor on a dramatic short, and helped coordinate production on a second. I've script-doctored two screenplays, and I will be crewing four short films over the next month.
I've worked as a volunteer coordinator and metal fabricator. I've been published twice, and have been a text editor more times than I can count. I've organized a youth improv group, a pro-trans/pro-sex feminist grrlella art collective, two Queer drop-ins, and four satirical political campaigns.
As you can see, my biggest strength is coordinating people. I'm interested in turning this strength towards filmmaking.
So if you're in Japan (or possibly Taiwan) and want an extra worker, or know someone who would, please contact me.
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I'm Adrien, I'm french. I've been studying cinematography for five years in Paris and I'm now a documentary director/cameraman. I just moved to San Francisco a few days ago, that's why I came here. I'd like to find jobs as a cameraman for documentaries (or even fiction actually) around the city. I already worked on a couple of movies, about a massai tribe in Kenya or the Freedom riders in the US for example.
Don't hesitate to contact me for any information, I need to meet people here!
Welcome to The D-Word (and the U.S.), Adrien. Good to have you here.
I just moved recently to Chicago with my husband, originally I´m from Germany. At the moment I´m trying to get connected to Chicago filmmakers and get involved in local documentary productions.
My desire is to find other people that have a passion for doc. films and work together on projects.
I already finished a couple of my own independent films with topics around the middle east, a holocaust surviver, lung transplantation, churches in Turkey and also informational films for not for profit organizations. I`m a cinematographer and editor. If someone has a film idea in the Chicago area I would be interested to hear about that and see if there is a possibility to work together on a project.
Welcome, Maren. You should definitely register here for professional membership which would give you access to our member's database. You could do a search of Chicago members and read their profiles, might well be helpful. As will participating here on the various discussion topics, which you'll get many more of as a pro member.
My name is Tal Levitas. I have experience in the film festival world, as I have worked in various capacities with the Silverdocs film festival for several years. Since moving to Los Angeles, I've been working on narrative productions as a Production Assistant.
I am working on an independent documentary project and while my production skills are fairly green, I probably have some insights related to the film festival process.
I have a passion for documentary film and am excited to meet with others who share this.
I am producing/directing (and so far, just about everything else) my first film, a documentary about race-based inequities in the American education system. I started out as a teacher in South Central, Los Angeles and have been working as an advocate for urban, minority students ever since.
I decided to make TEACHED because it seems to me that much of the public doesn't really understand the racism inherent in our system--or dismisses it, blaming inner-city kids (in particular), and their families, and their culture, for their lower academic performance instead of making sure they get as good of an education as their white and wealthier peers.
Stepping off my soapbox now.....a new friend (an experienced editor) introduced me to the D-Word as a good place to look for an editor for TEACHED (and a place to find general advice, contacts, etc.). I will post an ad today– hoping to finish TEACHED before 2010 is out!
Cool site. Very happy to be here.
And we're happy that you're here, as well, Kelly. Sounds like an important film you're making, so hang in there.
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