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The First Female Director with Pamela B. Green Pamela B. Green has made her first documentary feature, Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy Blache. And it is about one of the true pioneers of cinema, Alice Guy Blache. You've probably not heard of her. You're not alone. Even film scholars and most of Hollywood's finest have no idea who she was. And Pamela is set on rectifying that situation. Among topics discussed: the need for true resilience for a doc filmmaker to stay with their passion projects how Alice Guy Blache was one of the original filmmakers who embraced the idea of entrepreneurship how her successful $200k Kickstarter campaign helped her build an audience for her film her approach to using the detective work behind her search for Alice Guy Blache was used as a significant part of the story Chris in Cambodia It's great to be back, #Doclifer! And I'm eager to share some of my stories and lessons from my most recent trip filming in Cambodia on our current documentary, Elvis of Cambodia. First lesson up? Pack. Lightly. #Doclifer Stories For our initial installment in our #Doclifer Stories, we talk with #Doclifer Thomas Bertram, who started his production company RainWater Media six years ago and is currently over in the country of Thailand filming on his latest documentary. Read all about it here. Related Sources Trailer, Be Natural: The Untold Story of Guy Blache: https://vimeo.com/70380930 The Documentary Life Community Facebook Group Want a great supportive doc filmmaking community to be a part of? Consider the TDL Community facebook Group page! It's free and it's a wonderfully connected group of like-minded individuals all working on their passion of doc filmmaking. Sponsors & Thank Yous We'd like to thank music licensing platform, Music Vine for contributing the wonderful music that we've used in this week's episode. I've used plenty of music licensing platforms over the years for commercials, corporate videos, and documentaries. But these guys are actually quite different from any of the other licensing platforms that are out there. Firstly, they have a music catalogue that is truly fresh, diverse, full of character. And their search engine is as straight forward and user friendly as I've come across. Oh, and their licensing fees? Unlike anywhere else I have come across. If you need any music for your doc project, I can honestly recommend Music Vine.