Friday, June 04, 2010

Tucson: Casting Call, "HoloDad" - A Feature-Length Family Sci-Fi - paid


Sent: Thursday, June 03, 2010 1:47 PM
Subject: Paid Actor Needed: HoloDad


Paid Actors / Actresses Wanted – Tucson/ Sahuarita



PRODUCTION:  “HoloDad” – A Feature-Length Family Sci-Fi.

PRODUCED BY:  Luke Stewart, Factory38



Saturday June 12th, 2010 from Noon to 5:00pm (Preferred time-slot)

Thursday, June 17th from 5:00pm to 8:00pm

(Sides will be provided via e-mail prior to your audition time.)



            When their transport crashes on a desolate planet, a detached teenager must protect her siblings from the machinations of a holographic father with deranged paternal ambitions.



Month of July.  Approximately 14 full-shoot-days.  The script is broken down and a temporary schedule is completed.  And while we would like to shoot it hard and fast, we are willing to work around the chosen actors schedule as best we can.



Male - Age 35-45:  HoloDad - Main Character.  This character is a “real Dad” for the first part of the movie, but portrays a Holographic Father through most of the film.  Most all scenes will be shot in front of a green-screen.  This character needs to be Caucasian, fit, must take direction well.  (Will be required to be on set most every day of shooting.)


Female - Age 35-45:  Mom/”Jennifer” – Supporting Adult.  Most all scenes will be shot on actual location, though there will be a little bit of “green screen” work.  Actress must be Caucasian and fit.  (Only needed approximately 3-4 days of shooting.)


Children – All child roles have been filled.



            Non-SAG/Non-Union.  HoloDad and Mom will be paid a cash amount at the completion of their role, and will be offered points.  Credit, Copy & Meals on set provided. 



            E-mail headshot and resume to Rosie at RosieZwaduk@gmail.comIn the body of the e-mail, please put the desired time for auditions, with the Saturday slots preferred.  Auditions are by appointment only. 



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