Here’s a great opportunity for FEMALE ATHLETES in the greater NYC area of all ages to be cast in a documentary short film to be broadcast during the national broadcast of the U.S. Open.
They’re looking for competitive athletes in Tennis, Basketball, Swimming, Volleyball, Long Distance Running, Weightlifting, Rugy, and Boxing – Great Pay!
Details are below – as always, feel free to forward if you know someone who might be interested, and be sure to mention I sent you for priority consideration!
Good luck, have a great day, and don’t forget to dream big!
Jeffrey R. Gund
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FEMALE ATHLETES OF ALL TYPES WANTED
CASTING DOCUMENTARY FILM PROJECT TO BE BROADCAST DURING U.S. OPEN
We are searching for ALL TYPES of FEMALE ATHLETES in the greater NYC area of all ages to be cast in a documentary short film/passion project about equal pay for female athletes to be broadcast during the national broadcast of the U.S. Open.
We’re looking for COMPETITIVE LEVEL female athletes in the following sports:
* Long Distance Runners
Interviews: via skype/facetime through August 8th, 2018
Shoot: One day, on either Sunday, August 12th, or Monday, August 13th, 2018, in NYC
Status: Union (open to everyone – either non-union or union people)
Pay: $670 if you appear in the film, plus broadcast residuals
NOTE: NCAA RULES DO APPLY FOR STUDENT ATHLETES.
Be sure to mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com for priority consideration, and email ALL the information requested below to:
Be sure to include:
1. Your name (first and last)
3. Contact phone number (parent or guardian’s name and number, if under 18)
4. City/State where you live
5. What sport(s) do you passionately play (see list above)
6. Let us know your level of competition/how active you are in your sport(s)
7. Attach 3-5 photos of yourself including a shot of your face, and you playing your sport (jpg format please
8. Optional – if available, either attach a video file, or include links to any online video of you playing your sport
9. Be sure to mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com for priority consideration!