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"Give Into The NIght" is a new short film being funded by the Toronto Asian Film Festival. It is open to UNION and NON UNION talent of INDIAN background ONLY. The film will be shot in Early February (6-9th), with some rehearsal dates before shooting. The film will be shot in CONNECTICUT but all New York actors will be provided with free transportation and food. There is also a daily rate of 100$ per day, per actor. Not all actors will be needed all shoot dates. Auditions will begin THIS SUNDAY, the 16th, in New York City.
Give into the Night is a 12 minute short film about grief, isolation, companionship
and the immigrant experience. We are seeing INDIAN ACTORS ONLY for these roles.
|Role Name||Gender||Ethnicity||Age Range||Description|
|KUSHI||Female||Asian Indian||6-10||ndian, 8-10) Very mature and intelligent for her age, she knows she’s suffering from an illness but doesn’t understand the full scope of the disease. Her grandfather’s appearance brings out confusion and anger as she believes it has to do with her own impending death. She used to be a very outdoorsy person and resents her confinement to the house. Wardrobe WILL BE PROVIDED BY PRODUCTION. OLDER TO LOOK YOUNGER IS FINE AS WELL. Rate 200 + 10% per day, transportation, food|
|ANAND||Male||Asian Indian||>60||(Indian, late 60s - early 70s) Recently widowed in Varanasi, he has reluctantly agreed to move in with his daughter and granddaughter in Connecticut. Finding himself out of his element and very much still grieving for his wife, he is caught between his own sorrow and a desire to develop a real relationship with his American family. He battles with himself as he tries to make himself useful but wonders if the move was a bad idea.Wardrobe WILL BE PROVIDED Rate 200 + 10% per day plus food and transportation|