Lifers: Working Song Title

    Pitch Video

    Six Vancouver Island musicians converge in Parksville to write the theme song for "lifer" musicians. Will the plan work?

    Genre: Documentary
    Target Audience: Adults
    Target Length: 42 minutes
    Budget: $50,000

    Created By

    Merideth Bisiker ,  British-Columbia

    Synopsis

    This observational documentary captures 6 "lifer" musicians who gather at the highly-regarded Ground Zero Acoustic Lounge in Parksville, Vancouver Island. The task? Write and record the theme song for fellow Island musicians, artists and creative entrepreneurs. Viewers will get "fly on the wall" exclusive access to these unique writing sessions. Making the task more intriguing are the artists' eclectic talents, personalities and backgrounds which offer colossal potential to deliver a timeless song and compelling stories and interactions. One part "It Might Get Loud," one part "Some Kind of Monster," and 100% Vancouver Island, this documentary will groove you, move you, and prove to you that you can make a living doing work you love, even if you live in isolated Small Town, BC.

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    Lifers: Working Song Title - Official Website
    Lifers: Working Song Title - Full Length Pitch Video
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    The Team

    Our Vancouver Island-based team includes 4 Telus STORYHIVE alumni who literally bring polished and professional lenses to our production. Our crew members' passion for music and their creative interests round out this project's certain success.


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