Four women are being sought to star in a promotional video for Gold Country being shot in the region in June. Photo: TNRD.

Women sought for starring role in promotional video

Four women will get paid to have fun in Gold Country as part of a new promotional video being shot.

Joy Factory Films is seeking four adult women to feature in a Gold Country Communities Society promotional video. “Imagine getting paid to spend up to two full days having fun exploring the beautiful Gold Country area with a full film crew!” says Joy Factory’s Hope Mikal.

The theme of the video is having fun, with four female friends exploring a farmers’ market, experiencing a guest ranch (maybe even horseback riding!), and sipping wine at Fort Berens Winery in Lillooet, for example. The video will have a similar feel to an earlier video, “Gold Country Guys Trip to Spences Bridge” (

Preference will be given to those who live in the Gold Country area comprising 70 Mile, Big Bar, Bonaparte Plateau, South Green Lake, Clinton, Loon Lake, Cache Creek, Ashcroft, Spences Bridge, Lytton, Logan Lake, Walhachin, and Lillooet, as well as all areas in between.

This is a paid opportunity: $150 per full day of work and $100 per half-day of work. Meals, beverages, and accommodation (if needed) are all included. Applicants must be eligible to work in Canada.

Filming will take place over two to three days in June 2018 (the exact dates have yet to be determined). No experience as an actor is needed, but applicants need to feel comfortable on camera.

Women must be between the ages of 35 and 55, have their own transportation, be able to do their own hair and make-up, and provide their own wardrobe. Bonus points if you can find three other women who you already know to join in on the fun!

Anyone interested should respond by email to Please send your headshot, your contact information (email, phone number, etc.), your creative resume, and your place of residence.

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