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Servicemembers sought for Documentary Film on DADT
Grethe
Submitted: 2006-01-10 02:58:06.000 (post #: 371)

Attention Service Members : Award-winning documentary filmmaker Louise Hogarth ("The Gift," "The Panama Deception") has announced a new documentary film project examining the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" ban on lesbian, gay and bisexual service personnel. As part of this new film project, Dream Out Loud Productions is looking for active service members who are willing to be profiled in the film. Interested service members should have a good military record; be willing to be 'outed' in the film; and should be willing to share details about being lesbian or gay in the armed forces. Service members selected for inclusion may be asked to record video diaries; allow camera crews access to their day-to-day lives and work; and must be willing to commit to significant time for pre-production, background interviews and filming. Interested service members should contact Dream Out Loud Productions at info@dolfilms.org. For more information, visit www.stopdadt.org
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Re: Servicemembers sought for Documentary Film on DADT
Tracy
Submitted: 2006-02-25 23:28:51.000 (post #: 418)

This new film project that ‘Dream Out Loud Productions’ has got happening, has to be a hugely challenging adventure, and one that is going to open so many eyes around the world. Grethe, how do you feel about this exciting, yet heart-tugging documentary? If they want recommendations on someone who would be an exceptionally commendable consultant, a name pops into my head.
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Re: Servicemembers sought for Documentary Film on DADT
Dan Koelker
Submitted: 2006-08-27 17:08:49.000 (post #: 893)

Mine is a story of being involuntarily outed by the US Park Police during a bogus investigation into a "sexual assault" that never took place. I have mailed my story to you and would be glad to interview. Mine was a rare assignment dealing with nuclear weapons and radiation protection.
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