Monday, August 16, 2010

Another Documentary on GSA

Over at I saw another notice about a project that may advance the freedom to marry.

My name is Isla Harvey and I am a journalist working in NYC for an international press agency. We provide news and feature articles for magazines and newspapers. We also make documentaries for National Geographic, TLC, Discovery, Channel 4, the BBC and ITV. We are currently making a series of thought-provoking programmes for TLC.

I am researching the subject of Genetic Sexual Attraction for our next film and would like to find two to five articulate people to candidly describe their feelings on camera. We aim to explore how GSA happens, what effects it has on people, how they learn to live with it, and the experiences they have.

The aim is to produce a sensitive and non-judgemental documentary that will enlighten the general public and also help people who experience GSA to find others who can give them guidance and support. We plan to speak to support group leaders, trusted medical experts and counsellors as part of the film. The project would be accompanied by some print articles and you would be compensated for your time.

Anyone who participates will be treated with the utmost respect and courtesy.

Contact information:

Isla Harvey
US Features Correspondent
+1 212 564 8159
Barcroft Media
2nd Floor
989 Avenue of the Americas
New York, New York, 10018

Also see this previous entry on another project.
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