Busy busy busy! Me. Documentary Grant! Who would have thought I’d look for funding?
My latest instalment of life is in need of your help. Nothing major, I just need you to vote for my new documentary. The voting site will be available on Monday July 30th. Starting at noon, you can visit the site to cast your vote and if I get a good turnout, Telus (Storyhive) will award my project with a $50,000 grant!
Fifty thousand dollars sounds like a lot but to produce a real documentary with a real crew and real promotion, it’s pretty much just a great start. Telus will also assist my production with mentoring and other support.
I will share more of the documentary’s content soon. All the details are on the voting web site. Which will be available Monday, July 30, 2018 at 12 noon PDT. I will share that URL when it is time. I really do not want to have a lot of false starts as you will just find nothing at the link.
I have produced over 80 episodes of TV content, and have worked on countless numbers of documentary, training, and film scripts in the past 15 years. I can do this. You’ll be proud of this one. But the only way I can receive the documentary grant is via the voting process outlined by Telusfund. No other way. Please… take a few minutes out next week to help me out. It not only helps me, it helps the many other new motion picture people out there. This project will help over 20 other people get their names in the credits via this documentary grant! Contact me if you need more info or want the ‘hidden’ link in advance to put in your reminders list.
In simple terms, a talent agency matches talent (aka actor, voice artist, musician, singer, etc) with a production (concert, TV commercial, film, etc.). Since my return to Canada there has been so many things that I have had to either start again from scratch or find the equivalent services here, that I had back in Istanbul.
One important task was to find a talent agency to work together with, and after a year’s search, I am happy to announce that we have found each other. I say ‘we’ because it is a symbiotic relationship between the talent and the agent. We both benefit from the agreement. I can focus on the art that I provide, and the agent ensures we all make as much money as we can.
Besides that, the agent also ensures that the contract is properly written to protect the artist and the production. Of course, the agent wants someone who can perform! Well you all know that I have been working as a voice artist for many years and that my voice has been heard around the world many times over.
So, with all that said…
I’m pleased to announce that I will be represented by The Jeff Turner Film Group for my voice over work. In the big world of entertainment and film there are many factors to stay on top of your game. Now, I have a great ally that will take care of the business side of my work so I can now give 100% of my attention to the magic that I give to a voice script!
The first part of the show is about the Campbell River film industry and how the North Island College program is preparing the region. The second part of the episode is an interview with singer Dawn Pemberton.