Morgan Spurlock is Looking for New Yorkers Who Want to Change Their Lives
NEW YORK, Sept. 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Academy Award® nominated filmmaker Morgan Spurlock (SUPER SIZE ME, 30 DAYS, POM WONDERFUL PRESENTS THE GREATEST MOVIE EVER SOLD), is looking for New Yorkers who want to change their lives. Spurlock, along with his producing partner, Jeremy Chilnick and their production company Warrior Poets are launching a new non-fiction series entitled "THE FAILURE CLUB."
"THE FAILURE CLUB," is about embracing the fear of failure in order to change your life. There are too many things we never try simply because we're too afraid to fail. But what would you do if you could move beyond that fear? Meeting each week over the course of a year, seven different people will come together to form this unique "club" where they will encourage each other to achieve the things they've only dreamed of. From the mother who always wanted to start a restaurant to the banker who always wanted to do stand-up comedy to the young athlete who never got his shot at the pros - together, each member of the failure club will try to make his/her dream come true. Some will succeed and some will fail, but the journey they take together will change them forever.
Warrior Poets is looking for inspiring and genuine every-day people with specific unfulfilled goals that they have always wanted to try, but never had the courage to attempt on their own. Applicants must also be over the age of 21 and based in New York City or the tri-state area and have compelling stories and interesting dreams.
"THE FAILURE CLUB" will begin shooting in the Fall of 2011 and will be broadcast across the Yahoo! Network video site.
SOURCE Warrior Poets