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Friday, 24 June 2011

If you think you have talent contact Melody of the Mind!

One of our supporters has asked for help in creating a short YouTube video that will feature stills and short videos of life for Christians in Pakistan.  He is asking anyone who has such images (and permission /copyright / authorisation to use them from people in the photos where relevant - bearing in mind security issues) and are willing for them to be used, to send them to, with the subject 'Pakistan Prayer Song'.  This is non-commercial - and will involve putting the stills to an original song - an emotive wordless prayer for Pakistan, ending with a brief weblink for BPCA and a logo for the website of the creator of the video.  He would be interested in images or brief clips that capture aspects of Christian life generally, or that would illustrate the effects of the persecution and discrimination they endure.  You can also send them via Wilson.

There is a call for artists, writers and musicians, particularly Christians who reside in Pakistan itself, who would like an opportunity to be able to sell their work and in the process raise money for the BPCA.     

"Melody of the Mind" will be a commercial site that gives a portion of most sales to good causes, primarily the BPCA.  The site will mainly sell digital products, although it may also be possible to sell physical products in limited circumstances.  The site is looking for high-quality work, and the initial focus is on photos - particularly landscape and the like, digital artwork, e-books, poems, spoken word products, and music - both written and sound files.  Work in both English and other languages will be considered.  There are no up-front fees. You get money in proportion to how much your product sells.  We will also be looking for collaborators, particularly artists, for possible bespoke work in the future.  

Anyone interested should email:

Giving samples of your work, preferably as hyperlinks if possible, or attachments if not.  

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