SHORT FILM CASTING CALL
Currently looking for local first-time actors to volunteer their time and talents in helping film a pilot for an independent short film series that’s part mystery, part adventure and part paranormal.
We have a tentative filming schedule date of mid-January for 2 days in south Pierce County, WA. Filming will take place during daylight hours only, and only during the week.
The dialog and script of this film is intentionally adaptable in hopes of finding someone that can bring their own unique spin to the character.
CASTING ROLES OF:
MAIN CHARACTER - This role can be for anyone. We intentionally wrote this role to be open to character interpretation from our actor. We want them to bring this character to life in their own unique way, but someone that can follow the character outline that is presented to them.
FRIEND of MAIN CHARACTER - This is also for anyone. We are looking for someone who can develop this character alongside the main character throughout the entire series of films.
COUPLE, HUSBAND AND WIFE THAT ARE ALSO PARENTS - Retro style, maybe 40's or 50's. Non-speaking part.
FRIEND - Male or Female, non-speaking role, just need you to look at if you're reading a post card. Possible retro look wanted.
WOMAN, playing a non-speaking role of GRANDDAUGHTER, who just happens to be an archaeologist/treasure hunter, reading a postcard.
In true independent film maker fashion, we are producing this project with a very limited budget at the moment, and we are unable to pay our talent. But, respecting the value of your time, and your talented efforts, we would be willing to offer a generous percentage of the revenue from online sales or rentals.
Please submit headshot, resume, and reel, or link to an online reel, for consideration.
Loose Arrow Media Productions presents, "Welcome to Clay City, WA". A series of independent short films from creator David Lucero, about a small, rural town with a big history that time is trying to erase. That is until someone found an old wooden box that mysteriously contained a collection of old postcards that seem to want to tell a story bigger than the words written on them.