Dear Maine Robotics community, we were approached to try and find a few tweens that want to be part of a documentary. And don't worry about the deadline, they are still looking and haven't found their tweens yet. I just talked with them this morning, so act now if your child fits. I have met so many tweens over the years that would be great in this documentary, so consider it for your child.
... read on!
MORGAN SPURLOCK IS CASTING TWEENS FOR TV DOC PROJECT
Do you have a tween that walks to the beat of her own drum… and is often misunderstood by her peers? Is your child incredibly intelligent or creative but just doesn’t fit in with other kids her own age? Is your tween more interested in math, science or computers than in clothes, sports and the typical school drama?
If you feel your tween child has an interesting story to tell and would be comfortable sharing it, then we want to hear from you!
Morgan Spurlock (One Direction: This is Us, Supersize Me) and a popular children’s cable network are currently casting a documentary project about middle school students who feel like they "just don’t fit in.” We are specifically looking for students in the continental U.S. between the ages of 10-13. If selected to participate, we would film with your child for approximately three days in February 2014.
This series will take an inside look at the lives of tweens in America. We are giving a select few kids the unique opportunity to share their stories with the world and to inspire other kids by showing them that they’re not alone as they navigate these exciting but sometimes awkward years.
To tell us more about your unique child, please visit our website for instructions on making a home video application: www.wpcasting.net. Or if you have questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.