GIRL FOR MUSIC VIDEO WANTED

CALL FINISHED!!!
Dear all! The UN Climate conference will take place this year in December in Katowice, Poland. For the conference, the singer/songwriter Bernadette La Hengst has once again written a beautiful climate song. The song I NEED AIR connects 197 nations from all over the world.

For the song, SAVE THE WORLD is producing a music video in Katowice. Part of the video is a potrait of a young Polish girl from Katowice age 25 to 30 years.

Role: Young polish girl traveling through Katowice

Role age: 25 to 30

Plot/Storyline: The film follows the young polish girl home through the city of Katowice. It‘s early in the evening and we see the city lights glow. We pass some beautiful buildings and then the girl arrives at home and enters her apartment. We see her entering her bedroom and opening the window.

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Dates/Location: Filming takes place on the 15.11 in Katowice. Preliminary discussion / get to know the team on 14.11 in Katowice

Casting: via email and skype (see contact below)

Pay + travel expenses: paid (more info via email)

Producer: SAVE THE WORLD

Director: Alexander Basile

Camera/Crew: WE OWN YOU Agency (http://www.weownyou.agency/)

Konzept: Mia Basile

Previous Climate Conference Video: https://www.savetheworld.de/videos/save-the-world-iv-bernadette-la-hengst-im-an-island

If you are interested, please send a photo and a short video (under 5min) introducing yourself to tietz@savetheworld.de

We will get back to you ASAP, as time is running out!

We are looking forward to your applications.

Kind regards the SAVE THE WORLD team

PARTNER

The music video is a production from SAVE THE WORLD for the cultural program of the Climate Change Conference (COP 24) in collaboration with the United Nation Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) |the City of Katowice (Urząd Miasta Katowice). With support of Dr Jerzy Jarosz, Childrens’ University of Silesia (Uniwersytet Śląski Dzieci) | Jolanta Kałuża of the International School (Zespół Szkół Prywatnych). Funded by the Federal Agency for Civic Education, Germany