Does traveling to exotic locations, helping the planet, meeting people from diverse cultures, road tripping, learning to surf and joining like minded adventure seekers sound like your idea of a dream gig? Then we have the opportunity for you!
Teddy Grouya, Director of the American Documentary Film Festival is looking for on camera cast members for his latest documentary film 'Ruta Del Sol'. This is not just a travel documentary, it's a film that will follow a group of like minded people wanting to make an extraordinary difference.
Join your fellow cast members on a road trip down the coast of Ecuador to learn to surf on some of the most stunning beaches South America has to offer. In between you'll have the chance to volunteer at various non-profits to help local communities and wildlife.
Cast members will have all their expenses paid including airfare to Ecuador as well as travel, meals and accommodations while on location.
HOW TO SUBMIT
Read all of the guidelines below.
Film your 60 second application video and click on 'Apply Now/Sign Up' on the right.
Post your video to social media (Facebook, YouTube, etc.) with the hashtag #rutadelsol. Make sure it's public so we can see it!
Applicants must be in relatively good health. If invited, you must pass a full physical.
You can be an extreme sports enthusiast, a homemaker, or an IT specialist, but you may never have tried surfing before.
You should be interested in the world and travelling with other people, although having travelled before isn't a requirement.
When submitting your “VIDDIE" (video selfie), please take note of suggestions here:
You'll need to be available for 2 weeks in August, 2016.
Help Ruta Del Sol raise funds for crew and the premier by making a $10 donation to the Ruta Del Sol Indiegogo campaign.
Anyone can like each application only once.Open Entry Winner
From Teddy Grouya, Director of the American Documentary Film Festival, comes a film that will follow a group of regular people who want to make an extraordinary difference. This is more than just a surf trip or a travel documentary: it's your chance to make an impact on the planet and the lives of the people we share it with.More info