Project Type: Music Video
Director: Frank Borin
Shoot Date: November 1,2,3,4
Location: Los Angeles, CA
If you are interested and available please send 2-3 photos and contact info and description of your personal story to firstname.lastname@example.org
Racial or Prejudice Victim - /Principal / Male or Female / All Ethnicities / 18 - 65
Overcoming Racism or a Prejudice.
We’re living in a time where racism and prejudice have become rampant in the world. We want to create a story with a positive message that takes us into the mindset of someone who was once racist, but has overcome this and learned to not only become accepting of others but also has done something to make the world a better place from what he or she has learned.
Foster Kids - /Principal / Male or Female / All Ethnicities / 18 - 30
Kids need a safe home and supportive parents to thrive in life and create a solid foundation. We want to hear your story and struggle of growing up as a foster child and then getting adopted by a caring family.
New US Citizen - /Principal / Male or Female / All Ethnicities / 18 - 65
Someone has dreamed of becoming an American citizen and has worked for this goal for years and has finally become a citizen with the help of family, friends, and the community.
Career Mom/Dad - /Principal / Male or Female / All Ethnicities / 18 - 65
Some people have occupations that take them away for long periods of time. This could be working on a fishing boat, a cruise ship, a long haul truck driver, or on an oil rig, etc. This is about the separation from family and how hard it is for everyone to be apart. The emotions and heartache from being gone for so long builds to their emotional reunion.
Welcome Home Soldier - /Principal / Male or Female / All Ethnicities / 18 - 65
A father or mother has been enlisted in the army and we want to showcase the emotions behind both the mother/father before returning home. This will be intercut with the family waiting at home and then their powerful and emotional reunion.
Refugee or Immigrant - /Principal / Male or Female / All Ethnicities / 18 - 65
Fleeing your country of origin because of any reason to find a better life in America is hard. Once here, things become harder due to today’s climate. We want to hear your story of struggling to survive and excel being in a new country. More importantly we want to hear about the people who’ve helped you and accepted you into this new country.
Scorned Siblings - /Principal / Male or Female / All Ethnicities / 18 - 65
Two siblings whose relationship have been torn apart over some event and haven’t spoken in years finally find the courage to meet and begin the process of repairing the rift in their relationship.
Troubled Friends - /Principal / Male or Female / All Ethnicities / 18 - 65
A friend who wronged another friend and won’t let go of the grudge even though both desperately miss each other. We see their journey of setting aside their differences to reunite, make amends and become friends again.
Runaway Teen - /Principal / Male or Female / All Ethnicities / 18 - 30
A teenager ran away from home at a young age for a reason we’ll discover. Years later we follow that person’s journey returning home to make amends.
Estranged Family Members - /Principal / Male or Female / All Ethnicities / 18 - 65
Have you been estranged from a parent(s), sibling, family member, or best friend for any reason? And would you be interested in opening your arms to reach out to that person to reconcile, solve, repair, and confront the issue with the possibility of having that relationship again in your life? We would love to interview and document your story as your attempt and hopefully reconcile with that person.
We’re open to any story with the context of being estranged from someone you were close to. It could be a disagreement over marrying a person your family doesn’t approve of and you want to repair this relationship after years. Or you come out to your parents and they didn’t approve OR your child came out to you and you didn’t approve and your relationship frayed, but you’re now willing to accept your child is gay and open your arms because you love your child unconditionally.