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We are looking for experienced actors to be part of this exciting and original student film. Its a non profit film therefore no payment is provided however its a great opportunity to work with a award winning production team that won the Orbital London film challenge part of the Rushes Soho Shorts film festival 2011.
The closing date for applications is the 10th October 2011.
Casting auditions will be at Southend or London on W/C -10th October 2011, location TBC. During auditions the applicants will be expected to read and perform a part of the script given to them on the day, all auditions will be filmed.
Filming will start on 22nd October for 5 days and will be in London and Southend–On-Sea. We guarantee a fun, working environment and a creative, enthusiastic, professional team to work with. Once the film is finished we plan to enter it into as many festivals as possible.
|Role Name||Gender||Ethnicity||Age Range||Description|
|Timothy Clarke||Male||White British||41-50||The actor must be able to play a man (Timothy Clarke) who has lost everything in his life apart from his relationship with his troubled father who he sees in a spirit form. Timothy Clarke becomes obsessed with gambling after he thinks he can see the spirit of his father helping to win games. He wins big money and the casino start to believe he could be cheating his way to his success. With all his fortune he still lives a solitary life, full of loneliness and depression. What does he do with all his money? Is this guy imagining this spirit form of his dad or is it for real?|
|David Clarke||Male||White British||51-60||You must be able to play a man (David Clarke) who has died and has returned as a spirit to help his son Timothy Clarke achieve something in his life. David Clarke to Timothy his son, is a spirit, however no-one else can see him, causing the illusion that Timothy could be imagining him. The role has minimal dialogue throughout the film, but must be able to interact with Timothy on a father/son level. The applicant must be strong at showing body language and expressions on camera.|