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Welcome to The D-Word! Stop in and sign the guest book - let us know a little (or a lot) about yourself.

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Doug Block
Thu 14 Jan 2010Link

Welcome, Naziha, Chris and Jan. Naziha, you've come to the right place in terms of filmmakers working in Pakistan. Once you register to become a full member , which we hope you'll do, take a look in the International Co-Productions topic.

Edited Thu 14 Jan 2010 by Doug Block

Hemal Trivedi
Fri 15 Jan 2010Link

Welcome Naziha. She worked helped me out with my recent shoot in Pakistan. She is great storyteller, a great writer and must a I say a superb person to work with. Also, she is really well connected and she really helped me get access to places I would have never managed to get into myself. We had wonderful time in Pakistan.

Ankit Bapna
Sat 16 Jan 2010Link

We are a young, vibrant Creative house dedicated to making meaningful films that catalyze change. A group that is committed to creating the finest Audio/Visual Content for a world wide audience, Wise Guy promises to deliver what you expect. So let "US" tell your story...and see it for yourself.

John Burgan
Sat 16 Jan 2010Link

Good to have you aboard the D-Word.

Only one proviso: as clearly stated on our registration page, membership is only open to individuals, not couples, groups, collectives, companies, institutions or other plural entities. We have very few rules, but this is one of them. D-Word is a "real-name" community – our members like to know who they are dealing with, so "Wise Guy" is not appropriate.

Of course you can continue to use wiseguyent as your username, you just need to update your profile by adding your name and surname.

We're sure you'll understand – look forward to seeing you online.

Edited Sat 16 Jan 2010 by John Burgan

vamshi krishna
Thu 21 Jan 2010Link

hi all,
this is vamshi krishna
i'm intrested in making documentaries.
i'm new for making them.

pl advice or guide me in this regard.

John Burgan
Thu 21 Jan 2010Link

What interests you in documentaries, Vamshi?

You might wish to check out Documentaries: And How to Make Them by Andy Glynne

khuram Javed
Thu 21 Jan 2010Link

Warmly welcome in D-word -Good luck for ur better future.
In reply to Jan Selby's post on Wed 13 Jan 2010 :

Sue Swinburne
Fri 22 Jan 2010Link

Hi Everyone,

I've posted a couple of times, but now realise I haven't introduced myself. Sorry!

I was an AP/Producer on docs mostly for Channel 4 in the UK for a while before returning to Australia seven years ago. Two children (and a stint in teaching) later, I'm getting back into filmmaking – now as a director/producer.

Having said that, my most recent outing was as AP on friend and neighbour Mick Angus' film Salt. At the moment I'm working on a project about ordinary folk who are long distance runners and the reasons why they run. I'll be sure to shamelessly self-promote when the time comes!

I really enjoy reading all your posts – thanks to all of you for your generosity with your experience and knowledge.

Jan Selby
Fri 22 Jan 2010Link

In reply to Jo-Anne Velin's post on Wed 13 Jan 2010 :

Hi Jo-Anne, It's not online since I'm in the film festival world right now, but I did just upload a trailer on my website: It will be screening at these festivals so far: Big Sky, Peace on Earth, Sebastopol and Heart of Gold. I'm very excited!

Edited Fri 22 Jan 2010 by Jan Selby

Sean Michael Beyer
Fri 22 Jan 2010Link


My name is Sean Michael Beyer and I come from the narrative side of filmmaking, having directed & produced numerous short films, music videos and two feature films. My only documentary experience until now, has been a few behind-the-scenes "making of" featurettes you often see as DVD special features.

Yesterday, I began production on a passion project of mine, currently entitled "In Search of My Father". I'm 46 y/o and have never met my real / biological father and plan to document the journey of finding him and hopefully becoming a part of each other's lives. I also plan to interview my family and friends and talk about growing up without a legitimate father figure in my life.

How's that for spilling my guts right out of the shoot! :)

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