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If you want to work with Arya Stark, a wonderful opportunity awaits, and it will not come at the cost of another's life.

Now that Maisie Williams is retiring her assassination duties in Game of Thrones – which begins its final season on April 14th – the young actress is enlisting you for her next project.

In 2018, the 21-year-old co-founded Daisie, a networking app, with film producer Dom Santry. The entrepreneur is endeavoring to create a short film and needs your help.

She and actor Bill Millner created a short promotional clip announcing they are looking for people from all entertainment industry backgrounds, including script-writers.


"Previous to Daisie, success in the creative industries was wholly dependent on luck and 'ins' to the industry," Williams said of her networking app that will give newcomers great exposure and opportunities.

"Daisie introduces a new way into the creative world; through connections made organically and the natural development of your skills, propelling individuals to the next level."


As artists inspiring other artists, Williams and Millner are hoping to work with you.

"We started our own production company about two years ago with the hopes of creating our own projects."
"We are going to be building a short film, and the best thing about it is we don't even know what it's going to be yet — because we want the script to come from you guys."

Need a creative outlet? The choice is yours.


Budding artists are eagerly answering the call.




Prospective applicants who are not from the U.K. are bummed, as the clip ended with: "Calling London Creators."




Working remotely could be an option, so why not throw that out there? This user did.


Applicants who are not qualified for a position are still proud of Williams's next chapter.




The short film is one of four initiatives from Daisie's LDN Creates program that inspires Londoners to share their visions and work together to move forward in the industry.

Williams and Millner are looking for DOP, Videographer, Editors, Assistant Director, Sound Engineer, Actors, Writers, Composer, Camera Assistants, Gaffer, Colourist.

"It's our hope that 'Made with Daisie' becomes synonymous with groundbreaking and impactful creativity at all levels, in all fields, and from creators of all kinds," says Daisie's website.

If you are a creative in London who is interested in the short film project you can sumbit an application by visiting their website.

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