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Jazzmine (Opening Scene) - One Actor Required to do a Monologue

Jazzmine (Opening Scene) - One Actor Required to do a Monologue

London, UK
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Actor required to do a monologue to camera in Waterloo London, the monologue is the opening scene to the short film.

The short will be shot over 4 different days with a selection of actors, the project will be submitted to film festivals.

I'm a independent filmmaker/writer and producer and was a producer for the 2016 TTFF (Toronto film festival) for the winning film A Love undefined By Shema Strickland based in LA.

I'm looking for an actor that can own the role and can be themselves and deliver, this is a paid project, Wardrobe is standard and you can wear your own clothes, smart casual, you are a Jazz player, avoid dark colours and hats (not caps) are a bonus.

Really fall in love with the role, props will be available on the day.

Audition / Rehearsal / Production dates

Date to be confirmed

Job payment

Unpaid – this is a collaboration opportunity

Expenses paid - £80 towards expenses

Collaborations should create mutual benefit and are usually amateur, student or 'Time for Print' projects.

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You are a Jazz player (horn-Trumpet) music is your passion, so when you speak about it, it will be with conviction,

Male, aged 18 and over

  • Ethnicity: Black / African descent

Applications closed 23 June 2020.

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Listing created: 2 June 2020
Applications closed: 23 June 2020
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