By Tambay A. Obenson | Shadow and Act February 6, 2013 at 2:21PM
From writer/director Pete Chatmon... Instead of my yapping, I'll just let the man speak for himself, so see the text and video below for all the details...
Whether you are a veteran storyteller, new to the industry, or just someone who enjoys good entertainment, it’s no secret that the landscape of filmmaking has changed.
Pete Chatmon and Candice Sanchez McFarlane are embarking on a documentary journey in “CLICK HERE” that will provide an intimate look at the current anatomy of creating a project.
From private fundraising, to crowdsourcing, to financial hybrids, we want to tell the story of how the next generation of talent is re-shaping the way ideas journey from script to screen.
If you are actively working on realizing a feature film, short, documentary, webseries or anything in between and are doing it YOUR way – we want to talk to you!
We are holding a casting session in LATE FEBRUARY. To initiate the process, please email us the following info:
(1) a synopsis of your project (including type, i.e. feature film, webseries, documentary, pilot)
(2) where you are in the process (fundraising, pre-production, shooting, post, festival circuit, etc)
(3) what your next steps and ultimate goals are for the project (distribution, accumulate views, raise money for a larger version of the project, etc)
(4) links to additional information / promotional materials (website, kickstarter, indiegogo, facebook pages, etc)
Keep in mind that you MUST have the right to grant access to the inner workings of the project as you move towards release.
ALSO, this February casting is NYC based BUT we are accepting storytellers from around the country.
Personality is preferred, but honesty is required.
Shoot an email to email@example.com with all of the above and let’s get started! We look forward to meeting you!
Click Here: Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Making Movies
Directed by Pete Chatmon
Produced by Pete Chatmon & Candice Sanchez McFarlane
Production Services by The Double7 Squad
Edited by Adam Hark
a Double7 Images and Martha’s Seed Entertainment production