Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Crowd Sourcing for Documentary Film Research!

If I don't ask for a little research help, I'm afraid my next two documentary films won't get finished. And there's only so much online research that can be accomplished - just ask anyone who has sunk window-less weeks on end into archival research.

So here's the deal: I need volunteer researchers in the Boston area, NYC and New Hampshire. Do you have experience in this kind of research? Are you up for some archival/library research, making a few phone calls, having a few conversations with archivists/librarians and even some folks in law enforcement? I'm almost sure that very little of it could be done from home, so willingness to get out of the house is a must! (Suddenly, I feel like I'm writing a Craigslist ad)

If this sounds like something you would like to volunteer for, please be in touch! We would love to have you on our documentary team. doll [dot] documentary [at symbol]


Susan Marks said...

I'm happy to say we have 4 new professional researchers and a transcriber that joined our team! We could still us more volunteer researcher and transcribers...

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