Thanks to all the people who have donated for the film project so far. Got almost to $1000 right now. 44 more days to go to get to $15,000. So I am definitely in need of help from all my friends who wanna see this film get made. Many emails have been sent to news outlets through the last week and I'm ready to send out more. There is so much to do, and I'm hoping that with your help, and your friends help, and their friends...we'll all together be able to revel in the fact that you and yours helped bring this film to fruition.
We don't want these stories to go untold. History needs documentaries like this.
Thanks for your help.
Sunday, January 15, 2012
I have finally gotten the project ready for this phase of the film. I am very proud of what I have accomplished so far, and need your help to get to the next phase till the finish. You can really grasp all I have been working on and all the time I have been desiring to do this documentary.
Have a look...
And THANKS for your help.
Labels: Art, Carl Belz, Curator, David Anfam, Documentary, John Zinsser, Joseph Marioni, Karen Wilkin, kickstarter, Klaus Kertess, Max Cole, New York, NYC, Peter Reginato, Robert Sagerman, Ross Bleckner, Stephen Bennett
Location: 584 Broadway, Manhattan, NY 10012, USA
Monday, January 9, 2012
I welcome you to see the camera rig I have built with the help of the Frugal Filmmaker and his ingenious designs to help filmmakers save money. It's all built to be able to break down and be easier to carry. As I had to carry my first version all around New York when I was there in November 2011 shooting interviews for my documentary. This one is a bit more streamlined and easygoing. As you can see it has a place to rest your shoulder, along with the ability to use it as a shoulder rig, or you can break it down and use it more as a handheld rig. Everything you see that is in the last photo is all glued together with PVC glue and can easily be put together or taken apart for travel.