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6 Actors Required for Department of Housing Video

6 Actors Required for Department of Housing Video

Western Australia, Australia
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Estimated 2 hour studio shoot requiring SIX individuals who appear diverse in age, background and race.

AGE: A good proportion of the 'every man/woman' meaning they could be anyone:
Senior, Middle age and younger possibly around mid-twenties and one person to have a child that would be school age say around grade one or two.

DIVERSITY: Could include
• People with disabilities
• Different ages
• Aboriginal
• Caucasian
• Sudanese
• Etc.

Audition / Rehearsal / Production dates

Aiming for half day block on either Sat24th or Sunday 25th. Will confirm once we have actors availabilities.

Job payment

Paid - $200 for half day (2 hours estimated)


Actors required. Speaking role in corporate video

SIX individuals: a good proportion of the 'every man/woman' meaning they could be anyone:

Casting notes: The actors will be required for an estimated 1 - 2 hour at Chris Huzzard studio in Perth CBD. The actors role will be to say their lines while looking into the camera. Images and footage supplied by the department will overlay the actors lines at times. The transition from mono to colour throughout the video will require some vibrancy in wardrobe.

Please contact for script.

Anyone, aged 18 and over from Western Australia, Australia

About the advertiser
  • Located in Western Australia, Australia
  • Joined November, 2018
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Listing created: 16 November 2018
Applications closed: 17 December 2018
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