New at The D-Word
Have you seen our new 'muvies' collection using Distrify? Just click Watch Films in the top menu.
The D-Word is doing a new collaborative project: 94 ELEMENTS. Join in the planning and discussion.
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The D-Word hosts discussions about the art, craft, business, and social impact of documentary film. Our Public Topics are open to all. Documentary professionals can apply for free access to a wide range of industry discussions in our Business, Creative, Social, and Technical Topics. Founded in 1999, The D-Word has become the leading documentary community with more than 10,400 members, including over 4,800 documentary professionals from around the world. Learn more about The D-Word.
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