We are five weeks from filming this racial equity short film, our passion project for kids. Emmy and Golden Globe nominated producer Doug Claybourne, (The Fast and The Furious, The Mask of Zorro, Rumble Fish) is seeking DIVERSE, COMMUNITY MINDED and EXPERIENCED team players to work with us on our non-profit, SAG ULB short. This is a racial equity and inclusion, original fairy tale for K-6 kids, the RAINBOW PRINCE PROJECT.

It is also a five year hands-on epic journey from the heart project and not a typical work for hire money gig. Filming six (6) days beginning July 24 in and around Solebury and Arcadia University with 30 key cast/crew in a bubble from the 18th of July thru July 30th. Meals and room provided.

George Lucas and wife Mellody Hobson recently made a key donation from the Lucas/Hobson Family Foundation allowing us to move forward. Ziggy Marley has provided music for the teaser and the film.

Our intent is to make something unique and memorable for kids. We have created this original fairy tale, flipping the Sleeping Beauty script, to go into K-6 classrooms to encourage kids to talk about their heroes, diversity and race. Prep is Deferred /paid Shoot. Minimums hourly for the obvious reasons. Covid plan submitted to SAG.

One line: “Once upon a time a Brown Princess saves a Prince and his entire multi-colored kingdom from a White Wizard and his evil cohort trying to take control of the realm.” Starring Clare-Hope Ashitey. Cecilia Bert, Dwayne Moore, Elizabeth Priestley, Gary Ray and Christian Booker.

Send Resume with position of interest in the subject line to dougfilm007@gmail.com and copy samanthaktan@gmail.com and mattsuttoncinema@gmail.com.

Many thanks for submissions to date.

We are seeking: Gaffer, Hair Key, Makeup Key (experienced in age transformations…must be able to reverse characters ages’ by 10 years) Boom Operator, Video Assist and an Editor, One (1) Set PA To Receive College credit for experience – Must Drive – Zone B (Zone B means they will not work around talent without their masks on and are required to get tested on site 3 times)