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We Are Looking For A Couple of Interns!

The Girl Who Knew Too Much is officially looking for interns.

We need one ambitious somebody to help with marketing/outreach, and another to help with production/postproduction.

Please feel free to view and download the linked PDF files (linked below) and forward them to anyone you think might be interested.

We can’t pay in money, but I promise we’ll make it

Bo M. Karlsson Video

This is the other project we were working on last time we were in Nepal– a piece for the Bo M. Karlsson foundation to use for fundraising. It was an amazing experience working with them. The founder, Sonnia Karlsson, created the foundation in the name of her late husband who loved to do good in the world. After this

What is the story? We return to Nepal.

I am trying so hard to figure out what this story is about. There is one. There is a big one. And it is about women and their struggle for empowerment in this complicated, changing-too-quickly-for-it’s-own-good world.

This is what I have done in one week and two days:

I have filmed over 10 hours (not including little asides on my

Radio & Video (Amy’s a Star!)

Amy was on the radio today, talking in a really nicely conducted one-hour interview about Girlworld. Keesha Ewers, whom we met at a fundraiser for another lovely org that supports girls’ education and women’s empowerment in Nepal, invited Amy to

A Girl Story (From Elsewhere)

Something interesting from some colleagues (that we don’t know, yet).

Go and visit the site. We’d love to hear your thoughts about this. Catch “A Girl Story” also on Facebook.

New 20-minute Girlworld cut

Sundance funds feature documentaries “about pressing human rights, social justice, civil liberties and related topics from the US and internationally. Proposals to the Documentary Fund are evaluated on effective storytelling, global relevance, originality, artistic innovation and potential social engagement.”

Girlworld Trailer

I just read an interview with the Documentary Doctor, Fernanda Rossi about trailers and it made me feel really good about ours. The Girlworld trailer as it is now is 10 minutes of Shanta, our oldest (and I would say, most intense) subject.

In these 10 minutes we see her walking home from school, doing her homework, doing

Updated our “Moving Pictures” Page at NFM

In preparation for our launch of our newly updated/redesigned wedding website, we wanted to also update the “Moving Pictures” page that’d gone a bit stale, over at our NonFiction Media homepage

Your comments are invited. 

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