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We are currently recruiting for the following paid opportunities with the NSPCC:
Families with toddlers and babies
Families with 7 - 8 year olds
18 - 35 year olds who live with flatmates
We'll be creating content for Childhood Day day to help raise money for children. We'll be looking to create fun content of different activities and games that'll showcase how raising money can be fun and rewarding.
Even if you don't match these specific opportunities we would still love to hear from you for upcoming projects. We'll keep your name on file and be in touch when an opportunity arises.
We make videos with real people telling their stories. These stories cover wide ranging topics from experiences of being young, life during lockdown, parenthood or mental health. These stories feature in videos for the likes of the NSPCC, BBC Tiny Happy People and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
How to apply:
Please fill out the form below, and provide any additional information you think is relevant. You do not have to include a casting video but a short casting video self-shot on mobile will increase your chances of being selected. To create a casting video please film yourself and introduce yourself by name, tell us your age, location and a fun fact about yourself. If you do not submit a casting video we may ask you for one at a later date.
What you can expect:
If you’re selected for a specific project, we’ll reach out to see if you’re interested. From here we'll send a casting shortlist to the client who will select who they would like to feature in the film. From here, if selected, most of the filming will be self-shot on mobile. We’ll chat over the phone or email to provide a full brief and make sure you’re confident and comfortable with the project. Your time will be reimbursed on a project by project basis, with fee dependent on the client.
We'll be in touch to confirm your application. Following that we'll be back in contact if we think we have a project which we'd like to partner with you on.
Q: I can't see where to upload my submission film on this website.
Where do I go?
A: Once you have completed the form successfully, you will be automatically taken to our upload page hosted on Dropbox. You will also be sent a link to do so if you accidentally close or end your browsing session.
Q: Do I need to have a Dropbox account to upload my entry?
A: No, you do not need to have a Dropbox account to upload an entry.
Q: How will I know if you are going to use me for any of your productions?
A: If we find a suitable project for you, we will get in touch with you using the contact details entered on the form. Due to the volume of responses expected we are unable to reply to everyone who uploads content.
Q: How long will you store my submission video for?
A: If we do not use you in any of our programmes, we will store your submission for a maximum of three years, before deleting it. If at any point during this time you wish to be removed from consideration please let us know and we will delete all your details.
Q: Who will have access to my video?
A: Your video will only be viewed by the Brickwall Team Project Team, if we have a project that we believe you might be suitable for, we will contact you for your consent before we share your submission with our client.
Q: What shall I do if I have any further questions?
A: Please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org