Here’s a great opportunity for a REAL PATIENT WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA and THEIR CARETAKER
to share their story, shed light, and help de-stigmatize the condition in an upcoming online docu-series.
PAY IS $6,000+ (includes both patient and caregiver) for a short filming session.
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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SCHIZOPHRENIA PATIENT & THEIR CARETAKER
CASTING PAID DOCUMENTARY PROJECT
We are searching for a REAL PATIENT WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA and THEIR CARETAKER
who are in the Southern California area to share their story in an upcoming online reality docu-series.
The documentary will shed light and will de-stigmatize Schizophrenia, in a respectful, cinematic story.
Interviews: Brief casting interviews with both the patient and caregiver via Zoom on Monday 10/12/2020.
Second Follow-Up Interviews: via Zoom in mid-late October, 2020, with the directors.
Filming: in the Los Angeles area sometime in late October – mid November, 2020.
PAY: If you + your caretaker are selected to appear in the documentary, you will be paid. You will receive:
PATIENT: $3,500+ ($500 per film day, PLUS $3,000 usage buyout (1 year online & industrial use))
CAREGIVER: $2,500+ ($500 per film day, PLUS $2,000 usage buyout (1 year online & industrial use))
This project is funded by TEVA PHARMACEUTICALS. You do not need to be on a Teva Product to qualify for the casting. The docu-series will be used as an educational industrial online for 1 year; it maybe used for industrial purposes too.
NOTE: Regarding Covid-19 safety protocols, please note that all in-person filming will be done in accordance with all federal and local standards set by the CDC at the time of filming.
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. Caregiver Name (first and last)
2. Schizophrenia Patient’s Name (first and last)
3. Contact Phone Number for Caregiver
4. City/Zip where you live (should be SoCal area)
5. Tell us about yourself, your story, and your situation
6. Include photos of both caregiver & patient; solo photos and photos together will be great (jpg format please)
7. Be sure to mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com for priority consideration!