Want to be in or work on a science fiction film?
Are you a filmmaker, screenwriter, or fan trying to break into the film business, but you don’t have connections or you don’t live in Los Angeles?
Do you think would be almost impossible to get a chance to work on a science fiction film featuring actors from Star Trek, Star Trek Voyager, Stargate: Atlantis, Game of Thrones, The Black List, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Justice League, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Farscape, 5th Passenger, Total Recall, the Hobbit films, Hellboy, Dr. Who, Teen Wolf, and others?
Manu Intiraymi (Icheb in Star Trek: Voyager, Billy in One Tree Hill) is the executive producer, a writer and a director on The Circuit – a ten-part science fiction anthology series.
The anthology will highlight 10 original science fiction stories, with 10 sub-genres and one location. It will bring together several names in film and television joining some of the most noted production, design and visual effects professionals in the entertainment industry.
But what makes this project so special and groundbreaking is this: the producers are encouraging you – the fans, the writers, the actors, the visual FX artists – to participate in the making of it.
And not just participate – some could work side by side with the professionals on the film.
Do you do special effects? Make a video showing what you can do.
Are you a screenwriter? They are looking for screenplays and stories to include in the anthology.
Another way to participate in The Circuit is to contribute to the Kickstarter campaign. The rewards for this project include getting your name in the movie, autographed cast pictures, being an extra in the film, attending the premiere, play a scripted character in the movie, and more!
The Kickstarter campaign continues until May 23, 2017.
You can submit for any job on the crew or submit to come and intern behind some of the top professionals by submitting your material at the website, to firstname.lastname@example.org or through the Kickstarter page.
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