Female Actor Required for Short Film in London
The short film (titled "The Man He Killed") is a piece with the intention to speak up about prejudice and the current social crisis and inequality in the UK and that is also happening globally. This short film has been in development since the beginning of this year. Our director, a passionate filmmaker from Australia and China has collected a body of personal research regarding racism, prejudice and inequality in the UK and is especially interested in speaking up about its tension through this film.
The film will be shot between the 23rd in 30th of September, with this particular scene being shot in one day during that period. This is a paid role.
Audition / Rehearsal / Production dates23rd and 30th of September.
(A production schedule is yet tbc)
£70 per day - Required on set for up to 5-6 hours.
Expenses paid - Travel expenses.
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Female Supporting Role
The character is intelligent, composed, reserved but protective and a little stubborn in her relationship and marriage to her husband. She wants the best for their family and their reputation.
Female, aged 40 to 55
- Ethnicity: White / Caucasian
Applications closed 16 September 2019.
- Located in London, UK
- Joined February, 2019