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Report From the Field (or: Amy’s On Fire)

Herewith, a mid-journey post from Amy

It’s working!

Getting on the flight to Kathmandu, I already felt a bit overwhelmed. I have an ambitious agenda here for 11 days, in a somewhat unpredictable city, and I had just been in bed feeling gross with a cold two days before.

My goals here:

To get the teenaged Darnal kids enrolled in

Drawing the Tiger Travels to Nepal (Part Three)

The final installment in our series about our Fall 2015 trip to Nepal

When we returned to Kathmandu after the village, we had one week left of our trip and it was PACKED.

We still had a screening at the US embassy, three suicide awareness workshops—one at Fulbright and two at government schools, a series

It’s ON, people! Drawing the Tiger Kickstarter is GO

We are launching a new Kickstarter project. By the time you read these words, our 2015 Finishing Funds Kickstarter campaign should be launched. And brace yourself, we’ll be making some noise for a little while!

DRAWING the TIGER’s Kickstarter Campaign

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BIG NEWS (That We Can’t Tell You About)

Champers

(nope, still can’t tell)

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(the studio is buzzing pretty heavy :: clear the storyboard)

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The TEDx talk is coming!

News Flash: We hope to be able to show the final polished stream of Amy’s TEDx talk that she gave in Monterey, CA a couple weekends ago. We will alert you THE MINUTE we have a link!

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A Year of Massive Thanks(for your)Giving REDUX.

 

 

 

 

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Dear Friends and Supporters: I wrote the following blog post several days ago, but it didn’t seem to go out. Please forgive me if you’re seeing this as a repeat!. 

We are preparing to send out some sweet end-of-the-year photo cards, and we have realized that we do not

Sometimes You Don’t Even Know How Many Issues You Have…

… Until someone comes along to fix them.

I had been quietly dreading this time of the year–the push time, when we’re really jamming to get all the footage organized and ready to hand off to our editor. The reason? We still had some lingering workflow problems I did not know how to deal with. Jump back a month or

Workflow :: Don’t Leave Home Without It

The preparation for our departure on this production trip was long and exciting, jam packed with logistics and funding and gearhead juggling, sponsor letters and equipment purchases–just the kind of puzzles I relish. There is a perpetual question on the minds of filmmakers: What’s the right gear to use? We’ve been shooting this film since anything video was captured on

The Girl Who Knew Too Much Production Blog

Okay, so this is old news! We have been in Nepal for over two weeks now. I tried to send this post out before we even left home as an introduction—a welcome to this adventure—but for some reason it didn’t work. But here we go. I am going to start you off from the very beginning. More to come very