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Casting Submission Guidelines

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You are here because like us, you want to inspire people, stimulate the senses, sprinkle excitement & wonder like joyful star dust in your tracks, and maybe shake up our modern disenchanted world like a 2 liter of coke and mentos. We invite you to share with us your awesome life stories, lessons, loves, adventures, dreams, triumphs, tribulations and tears. I imagine you already know how to shoot awesome videos, but just to cover what we need to get to know you in particular, please read the submission guidelines before submitting your video.


Video Guidelines

Part I, Introduction: A 30 second – 1 minute video that gives an overview of why you are who you are, the cars you love, or otherwise gives insight into your importance/relevance to the story and/or your profession. (Note: Introduce yourself in the video and be as clear and expressive as possible. We love you!)

Part II, Demonstration: A 45 second – 2 minute video demonstrating why you are such an awesome human. This is TV, so we need to see it! What are your passions? Have you won any awards? What is something interesting we can learn about you? How have cars changed your life? What are your hopes & dreams? Was there a major turning point in your life? Show us what makes you interesting, a technique, talent, accomplishment or expertise. You are awesome and we want to share your journey.


How to Create a Video

Presentation: For the introduction, position the camera such that it records you at approximately waist level. For the demonstration portion, make sure you are filming in a decluttered location with no distracting backgrounds, noises or movements. Make sure any relevant cars or props are seen clearly. If you are including photos, please upload them in hi-res, separately from your video.

Delivery: We want to connect with you personally. Speak clearly, utilizing adequate volume (use a strong voice, without shouting), and make good eye contact with the camera. If possible, memorize what you're saying or be able to speak off the cuff in a professional and upbeat manner. (Pro Tip: It helps to record for at least 5 seconds looking into the camera before and after you speak.)

Filming: If the camera is not stationary (tripod recommended), the camera operator must remain steady or have image stabilization. (Note: Record a few tests to ensure adequate lighting, framing and sound capture.)

General Video Specs: If shooting with your phone remember to shoot in landscape mode. Introduction and demonstration videos can be shot as one single video, just keep it all under 3 minutes. You know who you are and what you want to say about it. If you have something different from what we've outlined that you feel is relevant and want to include, capture it on video and send it. You are what makes the world awesome. Thank you!  

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Ours is a love story about courageous lives, incredible cars, food, travel, history & adventures. View some of the videos that inspired us along our journey.