Actors & Extras for 'Millennials' Short Film
With our two lead roles cast, we are still looking to cast the many supporting roles and a ton of extras! The roles are as follows:
Bill: 50s-60s, large and imposing figure, preferably little hair
Corporate Manager: 50s-60s, distinguished, grey/greying hair
Barista: 30s-40s, alternative, preferably bearded
Rob: 40s-50s, small and meek, jaded personality
Bearded Manager: late 20s - early 30s, larrikin
Burger-house patrons: men and women of all ages, families and individuals, innocent everyday citizens
Interview attendants: men and women, early 20s,
Café customers: businessmen and businesswomen, 30s upwards, formal
If you believe that you might be suitable for any of these roles, please send me a message so that I can send you a shooting script of the film and provide you with further details.
Audition / Rehearsal / Production datesAuditions are going to be held between the 5th and 9th of August, and shooting will begin in the last week of august and go through to September.
This job is unpaid - Student Film
Bill is one of the leading antagonists in the short film, a furious restaurant patron who's temper has been ignited by an incorrectly made burger. This role is a ton of fun and offers a great opportunity to let off some steam!
We're looking for a middle-aged actor who can physicalise that anger and fury strongly.
Males, aged 40 to 70
The Corporate Manager is the films embodiment of the 'establishment'. The oppressive system of power that looks down upon those trying to find their way. This character requires class and arrogance.
Males, aged 30 and over
The Barista is a down to Earth, hard worker who is just trying to get through the rush-hour as smoothly and stress free as possible. Looking for an actor that can be stern and stressed!
Females, aged 25 and over
Rob is that quiet, meek manager that never really has the guts to step in to an altercation when he needs to. Is he too scared or does he just not care enough? Who knows! His unassuming and harmless appearance is a weapon that he wields with dangerous ambivalence.
Males, aged 40 and over
That one guy who tries to make the most mundane situations as fun and engaging as possible, which really just ends up frustrating everybody around him that much more! Contrary to the title, a beard isn't a fixed requirement, but it would be nice.
Males, aged 25 to 50
Restaurant Patrons and morning rush café customer
All shapes, sizes, ages and appearances welcome! If you want to be an extra in a film, this extra call is perfect for you!
The extras for the café are a little more specific. 20-50 year olds of both genders, dressed and ready for a day of 9-5pm office work.
Anyone, aged 18 and over
- Located in Western Australia, Australia
- Joined August, 2019