Lactodorum Posted March 19, 2008 Share Posted March 19, 2008 (edited) I have been contacted by someone who would like a geocacher (or geocachers) to "star" in a film about geocaching. I quote his original message: I am an independent filmmaker looking to make a short documentary on the Geo caching experience. I have recently started producing a number of short documentaries for Current TV and one of these is going to be about Geo caching. This is something I know little about so I'm looking to find someone or a group who I can interview and film to understand it. The documentary would basically be about understanding what Geo caching is and undertaking an adventure with the people in the film, learning how it works and the type of people that get involved. I would like to know if you would be interested in participating in this documentary, essentially the film would be about your experiences and why you do it? As I said the film is for Current TV and I am self financing it so I wouldn't be able to pay you but it would offer some great exposure I've been in touch with him and have got this additional information. I am based near Bristol so anywhere in the South West would be good for me but I'm happy to travel to get the best results for the documentary. I'd ideally like to begin filming in the next two to three weeks but can be quite flexible to meet other peoples schedules. It would be great to interview someone but also join them on their adventures (if possible). I'm keen to make the documentary quite personal i.e. follow one/two people around even if they happen to be taking part in a bigger challenge, just so we can relate with someone on screen. I hope this helps and look forward to hearing from you. If anyone in that area can help please e-mail me and I'll put you in touch with him. Edited March 19, 2008 by Lactodorum Quote Link to comment
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