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Offline SEKTO

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NHNZ documentary project
« on: March 28, 2010, 11:23:12 AM »
Hi all.  Lately I've been talking a bit with a New Zealand production company called NHNZ, who have tentatively invited me to participate in a documentary that they are making in which the experiences of ex-members of various abusive groups will be featured.  I have been asked to potentially talk about my experiences as a part of DAYTOP, and the impact that the place has had on my life and thinking.  Also, I have been asked to pass the email address of my contact along to other survivors who I have had contact with, so that they might share their stories too.  I have decided at this time to post this information to fornits.  NHNZ is the same production company that makes this show:

http://www.biography.com/isurvived/

The woman's name is Sina Walker and it's a legitimate project.  You can write to her at:

[email protected]

Want to do something to get some international focus on Elan?  Here's your chance.

Seeya later,

B
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Re: NHNZ documentary project
« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2010, 03:13:03 PM »
You're welcome.
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Re: NHNZ documentary project
« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2010, 03:21:49 PM »
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You're welcome.

 :shamrock:  :shamrock:
I will be the first to say sorry I did not even see this post yesterday.
Yes, thank you very much.
I do think when everything has calmed down many folks from Elan will
see this as a great avenue for exposure.
Sooner then later.
Dann

P.S.... Please post this on the Elan Forum.....
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Re: NHNZ documentary project
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Re: NHNZ documentary project
« Reply #4 on: March 31, 2010, 12:04:26 PM »
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Hi all.  Lately I've been talking a bit with a New Zealand production company called NHNZ, who have tentatively invited me to participate in a documentary that they are making in which the experiences of ex-members of various abusive groups will be featured.  I have been asked to potentially talk about my experiences as a part of DAYTOP, and the impact that the place has had on my life and thinking.  Also, I have been asked to pass the email address of my contact along to other survivors who I have had contact with, so that they might share their stories too.  I have decided at this time to post this information to fornits.  NHNZ is the same production company that makes this show:

http://www.biography.com/isurvived/

The woman's name is Sina Walker and it's a legitimate project.  You can write to her at:

[email protected]

Want to do something to get some international focus on Elan?  Here's your chance.

Seeya later,

B
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