/CNW Telbec/ - Snowsnaps: The Band Contest, organized as part of the production of the new animated series Les Mini-Tuques / The Snowsnaps, is hereby officially launched! The series is inspired by the animated feature film La Guerre des Tuques 3D / SNOWTIME!, the highest grossing Canadian film at the box office in 2015. Who will be the five talented young people to go into studio and record six original songs for the series' soundtrack, and appear in video clips? The search is on!
MONTREAL, June 26, 2017 The Snowsnaps : an animated series inspired by La Guerre des Tuques 3D / SNOWTIME!
The story of the Snowsnaps transports us to a charming and imaginative world. The four characters discover the fun of playing outside, all the while inventing the funniest situations! The 26-episode series will be broadcast in a 15-minute format on Télétoon and Treehouse in fall 2018 and will be produced by Productions CarpeDiem (Snowsnaps) Inc.
A musical competition to showcase young local talent
The competition Snowsnaps: The Band Contest will be the experience of a lifetime! Local talented 12 to 17-year-old singers and dancers who want to experience something incredible as part of a band are invited to try their luck. To submit their application, budding artists have to share a video of themselves performing a song a cappella, either in French or English, from the album La Guerre des Tuques 3D - either Je suis le vent, Liberté, Les héros, Amour d'hiver, L'hymne, Liberty, The Heroes, You're My Sweater or Hymn.
Young hopefuls are invited to fill out the form available at https://attache-ta-tuque.ca/en/ before July 21 at 11:59 pm.
The talent, personality and determination of the young candidates will enable them to join a unique and varied group made up of other teens who share their passions. The selection process will be demanding and handled by important personalities in the entertainment industry. Qualified song and dance professionals, along with the series' producers, will screen the candidates' videos and select who will go on to have a second audition in front of a jury. The auditions will take place in Montréal and Ottawa in August 2017 (dates to be confirmed). Since the songs will be recorded both in English and French, candidates must be fluent in both languages, and be available August 2017.
For further information: Cindy Blanchette, Annexe Communications, firstname.lastname@example.org, (514) 601-6296