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Richmond – Extras needed for industrial shoot – TBD – Paid

Our client is looking for extras for their upcoming video interview shoot in RICHMOND VA.  NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED so feel free to pass this along to others who you consider reliable and may be interested in this project.  NO repeat faces so each person can ONLY work 1 day on this project.
Please contact BIAS@LIQUIDTALENTGROUP.COM  if interested.

Our client is seeking EXTRAs for this nonunion industrial video project filming in Richmond, VA.  Talent must be at least 18 years old to participate.  Any ethincity and any gender accepted.

You must sign up for a time slot either 9 am to 1 pm OR 2 pm to 6 pm.  The maximum commitment for this project will be 4 hours; however, it is anticipated that your shoot time would be around 45 minutes.  Rate will be $80 per talent paid directly by the client via ACH, Paypal or gift card within 2 weeks of the shoot (per client).

There is NO script, and you will be answering questions similiar to those in the attached document.  Please arrive CAMERA READY and wardrobe should be typical casual clothing but NO logos, stripes, dots, patterns, etc.  Parking details will be provided at a later time.

You will need to sign an NDA on set; however, it is attached so that you can review.  You will not be able to participate in the project if you do not sign the NDA.  ALSO, attached are the questions you may be asked during the interview.


Here are the details:


“Deepfake” techniques, which present realistic AI-generated videos of real people doing and saying fictional things, have significant implications for determining the legitimacy of information presented online.  The Deepfake Video Collection project is part of the Deepfake Detection Challenge (DFDC) initiative formed by Amazon, Microsoft and Facebook to fight against the spread of deepfake videos on the Internet.

The DFDC invites people around the world to build innovative new technologies that can help detect deepfakes and manipulated media. Identifying manipulated content is a technically demanding and rapidly evolving challenge, so we’re working together to build better detection tools.

Project definition:
The purpose of the Deepfake Video Collection Project is to collect videos containing people. These videos will be manipulated using Deepfake technology. Examples of video changes will include adding/removing people or objects, adding completely synthetic images/faces to a video.
These modified videos will be released in a research competition. Researchers in the AI community will use these videos to develop algorithms to auto detect Deepfaked videos.

We’re asking for 15 videos and each video must be:
– different from the others in the set
– at least 1 minute long
– shots of single or multiple people
– taken from varying positions, locations and angles.
– authentic content

Videos should not contain any discussion of sensitive topics / issues such as, but not limited to:
– Discussions of politics, religion, and other world events
– Discussions of any celebrity, public figure, or identifiable person
– Sensitive conversations between persons