The local film scene continues to thrive, and now there is an opportunity for you (yes, you!) to potentially be a part of it. David Brewer, who I had the pleasure of interviewing about his debut film “Nothing in the Flowers” has an upcoming project and is looking for actors and extras. Open auditions take place this Sunday, March 11:
Square8 Productions is seeking actors and extras for an upcoming film to be shot in and around the Louisville area over the next 3 months. Looking for all types, M/F 18 yrs and older. We will be casting many extras in addition to some speaking and a few significant roles however, no previous acting experience is necessary.
Auditions to be held at the Alley Theater in Louisville Sunday March 11th, from 10 a.m. till 6 p.m. Headshots and resume/portfolio would be a plus.
We are also specifically looking for an assortment of folks with an "underground" look. Examples; but not limited to:
Tattoos, piercings, biker, punk, metal, rave, frat boy, muscular/hot bodies, thugs, strippers, alternative, suicide/bad girls, freaks, Fight Club wannabes, etc. If this is you or can be you, come on down.
Audition participants should expect to do reads as well as some test shots.
If you are interested but are unable to attend, you will need to submit a headshot and short bio/resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered. This is not a paying gig, but will be well worth your time.
The above is lifted from the audition event page on Facebook where prospective participants should go to indicate intended involvement in the project or to ask further questions of the filmmakers. The Alley Theater is located at 1205 East Washington Street.
Image: Facebook event page.
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