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LAND OF TOMORROW – Casting Notice – Independent Film Shooting in Kentucky

Open Casting Call:  Saturday, August 27, 2011  (1:00pm-6:00pm)

Writer/Director: Kimberly Levin, Cinematographer: Hermes Marco, Producer: Kurt Pitzer, Executive Producer: Will Battersby (SAG Ultra-Low Budget Film – some roles paid, and of course, credit and meals provided)  Rehearsal dates: September 29th-October 2nd – Shooting dates: October 4th-29th

Location: Green Building, 732 East Market St., Louisville, KY

Looking for the following supporting roles:  BOYS (ages 8-12), GIRLS (ages 8-12), MEN (ages 18 and up) and WOMEN (ages 35-55)  - Please bring a headshot and resume (if available). No experience necessary.  For additional information, please email land.tomorrow.film@gmail.com.

(Please note: BNA Talent Group is posting this casting notice at the request of the production office. We have no further information regarding this project. Please direct all questions to the contact information provided in the specific casting.)

AUDITIONS ANNOUNCED for Raeanne Rubenstein’s short film MOLLY & THE KIDS

When:  Thursday, August 25, 2011 (from 6:00pm until 8:00pm in Room 503), Sunday, August 28, 2011 (from 12:00noon until 1:30pm in Room 608)

Where:  Watkins College of Art, Design & Film – 2298 Rosa L. Parks Blvd, Nashville, TN

Roles:  2 adults, one male and one female (25-35 age range); 2 children, one male and one female (6-8 age range)

Please email headshot and resume to jazmn47@aol.com to schedule appointment for one of the auditions.

SYNOPSIS & CAST BREAKDOWN

Script Synopsis: Bill is a single man who dates a lot. He is interested in finding a woman to love, and possibly, if all seems right, to marry. A friend offers to fix him up on a blind date with Molly, a pretty 30-something woman who works at a well-known local advertising agency. Bill is pleasantly surprised when he meets her- she is pretty, and sociable, and intelligent. He likes her!  They begin to date, and at first everything goes very well. But soon, Bill begins to suspect that Molly is hiding something from him. He decides to find out what it is. But what he finds is definitely not what he expected.

MOLLY is 25-35 years old, pretty, but not beautiful. (Please note that hair color, weight and height are not a criteria for this part) She has a job working at a successful advertising agency, in the billing department. She loves her job because it sounds glamorous, but is really not very demanding. She has friends, and likes to go out with them as often as she can. She lives in a 2-bedroom condo, with a porch, a small garden and a secret she keeps to herself. She is single, but dating, and hopes to find a man someday that will love her and understand her, as she really is.
BILL is a handsome 30-35 year-old single guy, who at one time aspired to be an actor. He even moved to LA to give it a try. But the competition was too great, and his contacts too few, so he returned to his hometown disappointed. He makes good money though, as a sales rep for a construction company, where his good looks serve him well.
But secretly, he is unhappy and frustrated, with his job, his friends, and particularly dating. Though Bill dates a lot, he never seems to meet the right woman. He’s gotten tired of the game of dating, and cynical about ever finding his true love.

 

EMILY  age 5-8, is Molly’s daughter. She is petite and pretty like her mother, and fancy’s herself to be the sister of Barbie, her favorite doll. She is prissy, and girly, and already loves ribbons and bows and her mother’s make-up drawer. (Please note that hair color does not matter for this part)
JONNY  age 6-8, is Molly’s son. He is already a manly boy, and has no interest in his mother or sister. He wants to go out with his friends and play ball, climb trees, and play video games, and otherwise get into mischief. He’s also occasionally rebellious, refusing to do as he’s told. (Please note that hair color does not matter for this part)
 

(Please note: BNA Talent Group is posting this casting notice at the request of the production office. We have no further information regarding this project. Please directall questions to the contact information provided in the specific casting.)

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