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GTA Casting Call Is Scouting Gamers, Go-Getters & Creators For A Doc-Series

If you frequently live-stream your video game sessions on Twitch, love working a side hustle or have a knack for snapping incredible photos or videos, then this Toronto casting call may be for you.

A new documentary campaign is scouting creators, gamers and "go-getters" in and around the GTA for a new documentary series. You don't even need to have previous acting experience.

The casting agency is looking for creators who can either operate a drone, work in post-production or as a video specialist, or are passionate about photography. PC gamers or streamers who live and breathe gaming tech, news and trends are also encouraged to apply.

If you're entrepreneurial, have a side hustle (or two) and love to network, then you may qualify.

To apply, all you have to do is email the casting director and tell them why you deserve to be featured, provide your phone number and send a recent photo of yourself and your current workspace.

Filming is slated for later on this month until early September, and you have up until August 11 to apply.

Intel Thunderbolt Doc-Series

Salary: $1,500

Company: Carly Granovsky Casting

Who Should Apply: Creators, gamers, and go-getters who are professionals in their respective fields and passions. The deadline to apply is August 11.

Apply Here

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