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11 September 2010

(Television Press) "Documentary Center" in USA

Dear DFA Members,

The following was sent to us this week, and might be of value to those wanting to expose their work in the USA.

Dear Friends of Film:
I'm sending word to film nation as we share in one common interest featuring documentary movies. Now, not just the run-of-the-mill films you can just find anywhere (Hollywood) but the highest standard of independent documentary filmmaking from concept, production, to screen. Currently, in search of motion pictures in limited release that set the bar for quality during all stages of production and finally creativity. I'm coming to documentary centers across the globe who are willing to be part of an in-studio televised production.
Background:

Over the last fourteen seasons, "A Time to Review" brings to the attention of it's audience interesting, thought provoking, and award winning movies from across the U.S. and around the world. In the effort to get the movie going public to see and encourage them to watch film in a new direction.

There are movie programs that tell you what to see on the big screen, but we take that same thought and take it even further. We are encouraged by film that get under the radar that have no media / press and bring these films to our televised audience at home ("creating awareness") and consideration.
Press Note: If you know any documentary center(s) looking for advance TV press (about: film screenings or discuss there organization in a public forum...), please e-mail me.

Requirement(s) for documentary filmmakers 1.) Bring a film trailer 2.) have at least two video clips from the documentary itself 3.) send (via e-mail) press kit attachment 4.) If you can, please send over a DVD screener of your film to the address provided (below).
Worldly Film Productions
C/O Daniel Berman
Founder
1763 Beacon Street, Suite 1
Brookline, MA
02445
Broadcast Studio: (617) 731-8566
Direct Line (Cell): (617) 997-9476
Thank you for your time I look forward to speaking with you.
Sincerely,
Daniel Berman,
Executive Producer / Host
"A Time to Review"
(Monday, September 7, 2010)

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