Posts Tagged ‘ngo’

87 – Learning to Breath with Documentary Photography with Alison Wright

Alison Wright has been traveling and working in 150 countries and doing documentary photography for 35+ years.  She is one of the single most impressive human beings that you may ever meet.  She has lived more in her life than most of us will if we lived to 100.  Though if not for the kindness…

15 – Shaking the Money Tree with Film Funding Consultant Morrie Warshawski

Funding For Your Film What bigger question does the documentary filmmaker have than ‘Where can I find funding for my film?’ ?  Well, today’s documentary industry guest is writer and film funding guru, Morrie Warshawski.  Morrie wrote the well-known (and well read!) book on creative, practical, and (dare I say?) fun ways of funding your…

11 – Desktop Documentaries with Filmmaker Faith Fuller

On this International Podcast Day (yes, there is such a thing!), it’s only appropriate to bring you another installment to our monthly conversations with documentary industry people.  This time out, I spoke with documentary filmmaker (Briars in the Cotton Patch) and founder of Desktop Documentaries, Faith Fuller.   I’ve been following the Desktop Documentary website for a…

7 – Conversation with Filmmaker Scott Squire

Welcome to the third edition of our monthly conversation with a documentary industry person.  This time out, I sat down with Seattle-based doc filmmaker Scott Squire, who along with his wife, Amy Benson, run the documentary production company, Non Fiction Media.  Their first feature documentary is a film called Drawing the Tiger, and was shot…