viral for a new WEBSITE.
Shoot: TBC. Filming will be scheduled around the child’s rhythm / schedule. So we can
get the best possible reactions at the times when the child may be the most
likely to perform / between nap times.
For that purpose, we’re looking for up to 1 week shoot, between the hours of
1000-1500 (nap time depending / this is very much of an estimate) and we may
or may NOT require ALL 5 days, with an absolute maximum crew of 5. This is
to allow for the child to get comfortable, as well as allowing for
contingency should the child not be able / happy to perform on a given day.
Fee: £1000 buyout to include BSF, usage online (worldwide for website launch only
and ONLY ONE BABY WILL FEATURE IN FINAL EDIT) & use of the location (house)
for the shoot.
MALE TWINS: aged 12 to 14 months old. Must be able to STAND
on their own, for an online piece for a new website launch.
Preferably London based.
This is for 1 x 45” comedy spot not too dissimilar to this reference ‘Dragon
We’re looking for expressive children. We’ll need them to react vehemently
to something happening outside of the screen: shaking their arms, pulling
faces, jumping up and down possibly.
Preferably twins who have been in front of camera or done something similar
We’re looking for expressive children, personality!
Good characterful faces, see reference PDF/PICS attached please.
We’ll need them to react vehemently to something happening outside of the
screen: shaking their arms, pulling faces, jumping up and down possibly.
The Set-Up: We would like the parent(s) involved in helping us get the reactions we’re
after from the child, as they will know best how to create an environment
where the child is comfortable to “perform” & the times during which the
child may be more amenable.
There are no wrong reactions. We’re looking for a wide range of emotions and
the parents shouldn’t be concerned about their child being able to deliver a
performance on queue.
In an ideal scenario, the family would allow us to film in their home /
In an environment, familiar to the child, where this one will feel