Sunday, March 14, 2010

Tucson: Casting Call, Horror Feature "Isaac" - paid


Sent: Sunday, March 14, 2010 3:16 PM
Subject: Paid Actors Wanted - "Isaac"


Actors / Actresses Wanted.


PRODUCTION:  “Isaac” – A Feature-Length Paranormal Slasher / Horror flick

PRODUCED BY:  Quin Davis & Wade Stai



Thursday, March 18th from 6:00pm to 8:30pm

Saturday, March 20th from 2:00pm to 5:30pm

            Sunday, March 21st from 6:00pm to 8:30pm



April 3rd  to April 25th.  Please Note:  While we will be shooting continuously throughout this time, we are scheduling actors to shoot on the weekends only.  We will be working on a significant amount of special effects and B-roll items during weekdays.           




Age 18-35:      IsaacMain Character, the “big-bad slasher” guy.  Must be able to handle a large amount of make-up, not be allergic to latex, and be able to wear contacts for long hours.

            Age 18-28:      College Students.  Slightly-Nerdy type, Rocker/Bad-ass type, Overbearing/Stalker-type

            Age 30-45:      College professor, Pervert, Trapper and Logger

            Age 50-70:      Director of Institution, General Store Manager, & Old Crotchety guy



            Age 18-24:      College Students.  Main Actress, Goth-type best friend, & Regular college student.

            Age 30-45:      Woman on the street

            Age 50-90:      An Old Woman who tells a great creepy story, and a “Wicked-witch of the

West”/abusive type.



            Age 7-14:        Young Isaac

            Age 7-14:        Several children to play on a playground and one short institutional interior scene.



            Non-SAG.  There will be a “day-rate” paid to actors—monetary compensation varies depending on experience/roll cast.  Credit, copy and meals provided.



            E-mail headshot and resume to Rosie at RosieZwaduk@gmail.comIn the body of the e-mail, please put which age-range you fall into, which one or two “character-types” you feel you could best represent, and which date(s) you are available for audition times.



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