Mother’s Day Music Video

Hey Guys!

If you or you know someone who has always wanted to experience taking part in a music video, now’s your chance! Please read the following for further information.

JTProductionz are seeking committed and talented individuals who are willing to play a role for this year’s music video! This video will be directed, edited and produced, starting the first week of February and will be posted on Mother’s Day 2016.

The music video is based on the song “Shoulders” by Christian artists For King and Country.

We are casting 17 actors/actresses between the ages, 8-35 years old. You MUST be available on the days {and or} nights your part(s) are being filmed. Please keep in mind, there will be indoor and outdoor shots so that means, multiple wardrobe changes. In addition, this video is a tribute to all mothers! So if you wish to feature in this video but unable to present yourself for our shoots (due to location and other reasons), you can send us a 5 second video clip your mom and you (siblings) or 1 photo of your mom (with you & or siblings). If you are a mom and wish to do the same, you are also welcome to do so.

Please be reminded, this video will be shared on our YouTube channel and other social media sites.

Casting:

9 year old boy (CAST)

8 year old boy (CAST)

8-10 year old girl (CAST)

13-16 year old male or female(CAST)

20 year old female (CAST)

23-25 year old female (CAST)

25-35 year old male or female driver (CAST)

Two 27-35 year old male (CAST)

Two 27-35 year old female (CAST)

Three-five (extras) 13-16 year old male or female

Cashier (age: 20+) (CAST)

 

If you are interested in any of our roles listed above, contact Jessica at 917-530-0770

Don’t forget we will begin shooting the video the first week of February, therefore, we need a response by 1/29/16!

Meeting: TBD

 

For King & Country

 

 

 

 

Video Collection- 2016

 

 


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I would also like to thank all those who participated in every and any way you did to make this production happen! It bought my mom to tears…

Happy Mother’s Day To You!

Credits to:
For King & Country, “Shoulders”


 

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