A stand-alone episode contributing to the web series [Perfect].
[Perfect] is a web series being produced as a part of a Diploma Of Screen and Media course at RMIT. The series is set in a dystopian future with sci-fi elements.
In the near future, the
freedom to an individual’s own
emotions have been stripped
away in the name of productivity
Every citizen has been equipped with a device that interfaces and regulates their emotional state based on the needs of those in power.
Lunch Time is being made as a single episode in the 5 part web series that
comprises of 5 individual stand-alone short films set within the same dystopian world.
"Lunch Time" focuses on Martin, a work-from-home programmer who struggles with his own desires for freedom under the state's rule.
He struggles with the restrictive nature of his job and the society he lives in. Constantly battling with his inner desires for freedom in a society where everyone’s emotions are controlled.
Martin is confronted by his own desire to be free, and what it would cost to gain that freedom.
Young adult, mid length hair, average height and weight.
Middle age, professional, formal.
Middle age to early elder.
As times are very uncertain and legislation around what is allowed can change daily, there are no filming dates set at the moment.
Interviews would most likely need to occur online for the initial phases. If you would like to give this role a shot or want to hear more about it, let me know. I'm looking forward to working alongside you, increasing our portfolio work, and hopefully having some fun along the way!
Unpaid – this is a collaboration opportunity
Expenses paid - Catering, parking, and some travel.
Collaborations should create mutual benefit and are usually amateur, student or 'Time for Print' projects.
Male, aged 18 to 35
Applications closed 19 November 2020.