Paul Sinacore Casting LLC, Operation Backlot Productions & Everyone Can Eat Team Up For Docuseries "Just Checking In!™"
By: Paul Sinacore Casting LLC
Illustrated through a diverse cross-section of society with a goal of dispelling stigmas associated with mental illness directing guests and viewers to mental health hotlines and professionals supported by statistics and behavioral science. "Just Checking In!™" explores their struggles and journeys to create awareness about what mental health issues are.
Paul explains, "People from all walks of life are suffering from post pandemic trauma, hardship, isolation and the loss of loved ones resulting in PTSD, depression, anxiety, stress and grief. It is a moral imperative that we create awareness in our society about mental health and the impact it can have on our life…we need to come together hoping our collective societal interests will inevitably line up…people need this. We look forward to "Just Checking In!™" finding a home on a like-minded network with specialized branding and messaging."
With 25 years of experience, Paul Sinacore is a casting director, producer, visual anthropologist, academic documentary researcher, ethnographer, SAG/AFTRA actor, professional drummer with an academic research background in Psychology and Anthropology (Honors Graduate, UCLA, B.A.). An expert on real people casting and ethnographic person-centered interviewing for commercial, television, film, voice-over and music videos, connecting directors to talent through diversity and inclusion in an ever-changing commercial entertainment market. Paul recently cast In Ice Cold Blood with Ice-T for Oxygen, currently casting Unsolved Mysteries for Netflix with speaking engagements including Inland Empire Film Festival and TEDx.
Patricia Diggs, Executive Director, Operation Backlot Productions is a media and public relations specialist with 25 years experience in Los Angeles and Washington, DC building successful campaigns for the National Educational Association, Smithsonian Institute, The Washington Post and The National Geographic Society. Patricia received a White House invitation to participate in policies and initiatives for young professionals and honored at the United States Marshals' Diversity Day Program. She produced the MPTV-PBS documentary 'Punching In' exploring the transitional challenge of a manufacturing city to a global marketplace and 'Lessons From the Front Lines' an International Speakers Forum.
Michael v. Greene is an award-winning writer-director and co-owner of socially conscious production cooperative Everyone Can Eat (ECE) in Los Angeles. ECE was tapped by non-profit group Ademas to shoot the PSA banning disposable plastic bags approved by the LA City Council in 2013 and continues to work with the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute, USC's Keck School of Medicine, LAC+USC hospital and LA County's Department of Health Services. Michael's 2018 feature film, psychological dark web thriller "LIVE" is distributed by Freestyle Digital Media and currently available.
Nike Dream Crazy
Operation Backlot Productions
Vaccinate LA: Phillip Miles
Page Updated Last on: Jul 07, 2021