You know you do…if you aren’t familiar, here’s the first one:
It’s admittedly not the most objective thing I’ve ever seen, and here is my earlier take on the issue. Anyway, Russ and John are in the process of making another one, and they want your help:
EconStories http://econstories.tv) and Emergent Order http://emergentorder.com) are proud to announce “The Fight of the Century”, a music video film shoot taking place at the Drew University campus in Madison, New Jersey, on April 16 and 17, 2011.
Day 1 Shoot (April 16, 2011) – “The Congressional Hearing” – A cast of Congresspeople, Bank Heads, Fed and Treasury Officials. Featured roles include: “Committee Chair”, “Co-Chair”, “Congressman”, “Congresswoman”, and 10 “Banksters” including Ben Bernanke and Tim Geitner. The cast of characters on Day 1 will also need to be present at “The Boxing Match” shoot on Day 2. We’re looking for people to fill these roles in the 40-60 year-old range. We’re also looking for 50 extras who are in the 40-60 year-old range to attend the hearing.
Day 2 Shoot (April 17, 2011) – “The Boxing Match”- A large cast of 100 extras in the crowd cheering and watching the fight go down. Other featured roles include: “The Boxing Ref”, “The Announcer”, “Ludwig Von Mises”, “Jean Baptiste Say”, “Thomas Malthus”, “John R. Hicks”, “Ring Girls”, and all the “Congresspeople” and “Bank Heads” from Day 1. Age range 18-70 year-olds. If you are interested in any of the named character roles you need to look the part*. All the economist roles are on the older side. That said, if you feel that you look a lot like any of the characters, go ahead and send me a pic at: lisa at emergentorder.com.
Transportation accommodations provided. From New York City to shoot location and back. Bus departure location T.B.D.
You can access the signup form here if you are interested and in the area. I am supposed to be in New York that weekend, so I might hop on down to see what it’s all about. (I’m only a little disappointed that I am not old enough to play any of the substantial parts. Wonder if they’ll make an exception? 🙂 )