Here’s a great opportunity for for LGBTQ PEOPLE ages 30 – 40s who WISH THEIR HIGH SCHOOL PROM OR HOMECOMING HAD GONE DIFFERENTLY to be on a new television docu-series that will help you re-write your story and create the ending you always wanted!
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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LGBTQ PEOPLE WHO WISH THEIR HIGH SCHOOL PROM HAD GONE DIFFERENTLY
TELEVISION DOCU-SERIES WANTS TO SHARE YOUR STORY, AND LET YOU DO IT OVER THE RIGHT WAY!
We are searching for LGBTQ PEOPLE ages 30 – 40s who WISH THEIR HIGH SCHOOL PROM OR HOMECOMING HAD GONE DIFFERENTLY to share their story for a new television docu-series.
Our hero should feel they shared this quintessential teenage moment with the wrong person and often wish they could go back and do it again… the right way.
With the help of a team of filmmakers, our hero gets to rewrite this experience, and create the ending you always wanted.
Location: Casting ONLY in the Los Angeles area.
Interviews: September 10th or 11th, 2019, via Skype/Facetime
Callbacks: September 13th, 2019
Shoot: Should be available to shoot during September 16th – 20th, 2019
PAY: $2,000 for one shoot day, PLUS additional $500 per day for any additional shoot days.
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
4. City/Zip where you live (should be greater Los Angeles area)
5. Please tell us a little bit about yourself, how you have changed since high school and why you would want to recreate your prom or homecoming story. We want to hear GREAT STORIES!!
6. Recent photo of yourself (jpg format please)
7. Be sure to mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com for priority consideration!