Logline: Three documentary students stumble onto an altercation. But in a world filled with smartphones and viral vids - what's more important: the victim or catching the moment on film?
Synopsis: A short film wrapping up modern day issues in a humorous way when it comes to sharing good content to the world and also the types of reactions that are seen within different aspects of society when it comes to dire situations.
Theme: Black Comedy
We have a great crew member with great experiences under the belt and background such as AFTRS.
This short film will be independently produced and will be submitted to upcoming festivals this year and future, IMDb, etc. This would be a great project to get yourself some experience within the acting world.
All expenses such as food, logistics, etc. will be covered during rehearsals and shoot.
Please apply if you are interested.
Audition / Rehearsal / Production datesShooting is planned to be on right after lockdown. Rehearsals will be set virtually on August and also after lockdown.
Exact dates will be provided once lockdown is over and dependent upon the COVID-19 restrictions after the lockdown.
Unpaid – this is a collaboration opportunity
Expenses paid - Food, logistics, etc. for rehearsal and shoot days.
Collaborations should create mutual benefit and are usually amateur, student or 'Time for Print' projects.
Female lead actor - Student - Interviewer
Character plays one of the students interviewing people in relation to the altercation for a documentary assignment. Her character is witty and is like the popular girl at class type that always makes smart-arse comments.
Female, aged 18 to 26
- Ethnicity: Aboriginal / Torres Strait Islander, Black / African descent , Eurasian / Pan Asian, Latinx / Hispanic, Māori, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern , Native American , Pacific Islander , South Asian
- Acting experience: Previous unpaid speaking roles, Previous paid speaking roles
Applications closed 17 October 2021.