Producer looks for video footage
updated: Sep 17, 2009, 7:23 PM
Email from Dustin Park to Edhat
Hello, my name is Dustin Park I'm a documentary producer in Chicago for Siskel Jacobs Productions. I'm currently doing research on the Jesusita fire for a possible documentary for the National Geographic Channel. The program is based on last year's Emmy-winning History Channel documentary "102 Minutes that Changed America" about 9/11. That program took news footage, home video, audio dispatches, radio reports, etc. and stitched them together in real time to tell the story of those 102 minutes. This program will do a similar thing with the footage and audio we collect. There is no narrator or interviews, it's purely the material we gather.
So, I am looking for any and all video and audio of the Jesusita fire in and around Santa Barbara from when it started on May 5th through May 9th. It doesn't matter if you are a professional videographer, a journalist, an amateur videographer, a fireman, a relief worker or a resident who watched and recorde the fire unfolding, we are looking for anything and everything having to do with the fire. We unfortunately are not looking for photographs just audio and visual recordings. If you did not collect such material but know of somebody who did, please pass along the request. We've been doing our best to get the word out in the community, but your word of mouth is the best tool, let your friends and family know.
Thanks so much for your time, you can e-mail me at email@example.com, with any questions and to let me know everything you have. Thanks everybody!
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