DOCUMENTARY

Official Selection at the

7th Annual NCBS

International Bluegrass Music

Museum Film Festival in 2014

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Everyone I've spoken with has commented on your professionalism. Guess we got the right dude for the job.

Banjo Dan Lindner October 2012

 

Hi Paul. Just watched it (The Story of Banjo Dan and the Mid-Nite Plowboys) again, and I'll repeat that I'm VERY impressed. I think it is terrific and you are to be heartily congratulated. Al also expressed his admiration and gratitude. You guys did a fine job. Pretty neat documentary, says I. 

Banjo Dan Lindner, March 2013

 

Vous est l'homme! Soyez plus juste enfin!

Al Davis 

Reverence: Evolution of a Sculpture by Jim Sardonis (1988 15 minutes, 2001 update 24 minutes)

 

Are New England's Forests Healthy? VT Dept Forests Parks & Recreation, (1996, 28 minutes)

 

Timber Bridges (15 minutes, 1990)

 

Heating Schools With Wood Chips (24 minutes, 1991) VT Dept of Public Service

 

Wood Chips for Vermont Businesses (24 minutes, 1992)

 

Tiny Tim's Songs & Stories of the Crooners (37 minutes, 1996) Ukulele Hall of Fame Museum

 

23rd Annual Adirondack Canoe Classic The 90-Miler Old Forge to Saranac Lake, (2 hours, 2005)

 

SHAZAM! Stories from a Life of Spirit in Action (2014, 12 hours) Louise Diamond

 

Common Roots: A School's Journey (25 minutes, 1997) Food Works, Joseph Kiefer

 

Peacham School: Learning From the Wisdom of Our Elders

 

 

"Videosyncracies is very easy to work with. They are perfectionists, which is something I insist upon because we want a good finished product. He stays within budget and meets all deadlines. I recommend VIDEOSYNCRACIES to anyone without reservation."
               Norm Hudson, Wood Energy Specialist, Vermont                Departments of Public Service and Forestry

I've been dealing with Videosyncracies for years.  They've helped me with all kinds of projects from CD and DVD duplication to creating videos for several musical products.  These folks are super-knowledgeable, endlessly helpful and accommodating.  They're great at coaching those of us with few or no digital skills through challenging tasks.  And their rates are more than fair.  Truly, I can't recommend Videosyncracies highly enough.

Banjo Dan Lindner

"Hi Paul: Beautiful job! As always, the genius at work! Thanks for a job well done!"

   (filmed and edited videos of Garry Davis, World Citizen #1)

            David Gallup, World Service Authority, Washington DC

 

"You made something really great out of a pile of nothing, Paul, and I am very impressed! You are incredible to work with and I am already planning my next project!"

Chrysanne Chotas

"The video (13 minute museum video) was the hit of the day. The video room holds 10 chairs and they were full all day long. 225 people attended the day and we had rave reviews. The video is a huge success. Nice job and thanks for getting it to us on time. I’m impressed with the variety of video overlay you used. That must have been a challenging task. All in all, we are very happy campers."

                       Ed & Nancy Wightman

                       Finger Lakes Boating Museum