Local students invited to work on production of a movie
05/17/2012

Students studying radio, TV, and film at colleges across the country are being given the opportunity for real-world experience working on the crew of a movie that is being filmed locally.

Online PR News – 17-May-2012 – Atlanta, Georgia – Students studying radio, TV, and film at colleges across the country are being given the opportunity for real-world experience working on the crew of a movie that is being filmed locally.

William M. Windsor, Producer/Director said: “We are offering radio-TV-film and communications students the opportunity to work on a documentary film that is being produced this summer in every state capital. They will not be paid, but they will receive experience and will be listed in the closing credits.”

This project is unique in many ways. The movie is being filmed in all 50 states and DC in a 143-day road trip covering 16,508 miles (surely a first). Over 750 people will be filmed, and the project will produce one documentary film, and over 750 videos, including testimony for every state legislature and the U.S. House and Senate.

Students will be joining the crew all across the country. College Radio-TV-Film students interested in working on the film are asked to email Crew@WhistleblowerProductions.com.

Local media is invited to attend filming in each U.S. city. The itinerary is available at http://tinyurl.com/74hddvy.