TV Company Searching For Women To Rebuild The Titanic
Twenty Twenty Television are searching for an ingenious woman to join the team on a new series in production for Channel 4 (UK) and National Geographic (USA).
The 5-episode series will explore the challenges of rebuilding parts of the Titanic using only the resources available to Edwardians at the time. If you meet their criteria (below) and are interested, apply now for filming from April onwards...
Twenty Twenty Television is in production on a major international television series that will challenge a group of skilled men and women to rebuild and reconstruct integral parts of the legendary ship Titanic.
This new primetime series will explore an extraordinary era in Britain's industrial history and bring to life elements of the truly remarkable task that was the construction of Titanic.
Twenty Twenty Television is looking for inventors, designers and engineers to form an on-screen team. These creative and dynamic individuals should have a passion for problem-solving, tinkering and making things work.
In each episode our team of experts from modern day industry will face the exciting challenge of rebuilding or reconstructing an integral part of the ship, from its structure to the finer finishing details that made Titanic the pride of Edwardian Britain's manufacturing industry. Using traditional Edwardian techniques, machinery and materials, the team will get a first hand experience of the conditions and challenges Edwardian workers faced.
The series will also explore the social history of Edwardian Britain's industrial might, vividly illustrating the achievements of a workforce whose varied skills and painstaking craftsmanship made Titanic not only the biggest, but the most luxurious and opulent man-made object on the planet.
If you'd relish the chance to be part of this ambitious project, and are eager to explore how workers 100 years ago achieved this amazing feat, please get in touch.
You must be UK-based and available for 3 months beginning in April 2010. To find out more please call Kate Fraser on 020 7424 7721 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the Twenty Twenty Television website