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Friday, September 17, 2010

Wanna be in a Movie?

Pima Community College’s Advanced Cinematography Class is shooting a short film noir set in the 1940’s about a young female reporter who, when denied advancement by her newspaper’s sexist management, ruthlessly manipulates the system to get what she wants. Everything she wants. When she is done, not everyone goes home safe. The film shoots November 11, 12, 13, and 14 in Tucson using broadcast quality, high definition equipment. Vintage wardrobe, dark red lipstick, cars with big fenders, men in double breasted suits, women who wear hats. And like Bogart and Bergman -- we will be shooting in black and white (except our black and white is high definition). What is not to like?

WE ARE SEEKING MALE AND FEMALE ACTORS 18-60 (ALL ETHNICITIES) FOR ROLES AS: NEWSPAPER REPORTERS, NEWSPAPER EDITOR, ATTORNEY, DRUG DEALER, POLICE CHIEF, POLICE CHIEF’S WIFE, PROSTITUTE, MUGGER, VICTIM, POLITICIAN, CORRUPT BUSINESSMAN, POLICE OFFICERS, SECRETARIES, RECEPTIONISTS, AND VARIOUS EXTRAS. WE NEED TO CAST OVER 25 ROLES.

SEEKING BOTH SAG AND NON-SAG ACTORS.

WHEN CAN YOU AUDITION: Friday September 24 Noon to 7:00 PM
Saturday September 25 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM

WHERE: Pima Community College’s Digital Film and Video Lab
Room CG 45 in the Santa Catalina Building
2202 West Anklam Road

WHAT WILL GO DOWN: You will read from the film’s script, but you can present a short monologue if you have one and would like to do so. Bring a headshot and resume if you have them.

HOW TO GET IN ON IT: For an appointment e-mail Chris at ninebuddhas@gmail.com or call 777-8980.

There is no monetary compensation, but you will get title credit, a copy of the DVD, and yummy eats during the shoot.

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1 Comments:

  • At 11:01 AM, Blogger Kevin said…

    I think I might audition for this. I also have a Thompson semi-auto, with the drum magazine, if you think that might help... :)

    I don't have many weapons from that period, but I do have a HiPower, too. It's a modern one, but it looks the part (especially if I fit wooden grips).

    LMK!

    Kevin

     

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