Tuesday Crew Day: Diane Dimoff

West Virginia Film Office


What project has challenged you the most, or are you most proud of? What were you responsible for?


The project that challenged me the most, and the one I am most proud of, is the documentary “Moving Monument: The West Virginia State Capitol.” In broadcast news, I was more accustomed to working on short stories with a tight deadline. A documentary was the complete opposite. There was a learning curve, but one that I enjoyed. I was responsible for fundraising, coordinating and conducting interviews, setting up video shoots inside and outside the Capitol at different times of day, and ferreting through archives to find images and video to help support the documentary’s narrative.

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