We are the team for How to Say Goodbye, a beautiful story about love after death, exploring how we leave the ones we love and what happens to a relationship that ends in its prime. This tale of life, love, and death will be shown through a heavily performance-driven lens to entice the audience like a trip to the theatre. We want the audience to feel like they are watching a stage play while seeing the relationship between these characters unfold, and we hope to have our filmmaking reflect that.
“Chris and David's relationship is coming to an end, and David must work out how to move on when the love of his life leaves him. Not for someone else, but for the afterlife.”
We are looking for enthusiastic extras to help us out on 2 of our shooting days! Food will be provided on both days, and we are happy for extras to commit to one or both of the shooting days.
Day 1 - 23rd of September - confirmed
The scene is a 21st birthday party, taking place in a home backyard (location in Queens Park). Dress code is casual, nothing copyrighted or striped.
Day 2 - 25th of September / 2nd of October - unconfirmed
The scene is a theatre performance (location in Guildford). Dress code is smart-casual, nothing copyrighted or striped. Extras will be made aware of the final date in advance.
Audition / Rehearsal / Production datesShooting days required for extras is on the 23rd of September and another day for either the 25th of September or the 2nd of October.
Unpaid – this is a collaboration opportunity - 23rd is from 12-5pm, 25th/2nd is from 9am-5pm. Student Film
Collaborations should create mutual benefit and are usually amateur, student or 'Time for Print' projects.
Extras for crowds in party and theatre.
Anyone, aged 18 and over
Applications closed 23 September 2021.