Ciao, Raffaele, and a warm welcome to The D-Word. We love that word of mouth has brought so many great filmmakers here recently via Full Frame. Thanks to Gary and a number of others for the mention there.
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Hi, Raffaele – I really liked your film, Hair India. Very fantastic work.
My name's Kyle. I'm just finishing a rough cut and teaser for a documentary I've been working on for 2+ years about a hobo legend who never worked a day in his life. I've produced and directed a number of shorts for different outlets in the past and worked as an associate producer on the documentary film "You Think You Really Know Me" about musician Gary Wilson.
I'm glad to meet you all. I've heard a lot of good things about this site from colleagues! Thanks for having me.
Hello Raffaele and Kyle,
I must warn you as a relatively new D-Worder myself....this place is Extremely Addictive. You'll love it.
Yup, we're kind of like virtual heroin. Welcome and watch your veins.
My name is Kirsten and I'm a fairly new documentary filmmaker but I'm very eager to learn as much as I can. I'm currently in post production on a documentary about a Paralympic swimmer with cerebral palsy. I'm also in pre production for a documentary I'm co-directing on self-harm.
I can't wait to become addicted to this site. Virtual heroin sounds awesome.
Welcome, Kirsten. The real addicts are those who qualify for full membership – and it sounds like you do. We await you with open needles.
Golly gee. For some reason that does not sound so fantastic.
I think I better hit the Methadone.... I mean get back to actually making my film. My brain is overloaded with good advice and inspiration. Must ... get ... back ... to ... film....