Town Crier Lloyd Smith put on a good show for the Force Four production team, including director of development Nicole Lawson. Jennifer Hoegg
Vancouver’s Force Four Entertainment will be back in Kentville this month to shoot new scenes for a television demo.
In the proposed series, Force Four will showcase a sampling of Kentville residents who will get the chance to see what life would look like without taxes. Participants would be given a pooled sum of money that equates to their taxes. With those funds, the participating households would be required to organize and manage their own services. If they beat the budget, participants could earn money and other incentives.
Force Four will be in Kentville Feb. 21-24 to shoot new scenes. As part of their visit, an on-camera rally at the town hall chambers is planned on Feb. 23 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., when the show’s host will explain the rules of what Force Four describes as a “social experiment.”
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To reserve a seat or fill out an application for the series at email@example.com.
Read more about the proposed TV show here.