Aboriginal Actresses Required for Short Film
The genre of DAAM is varied and complex, in one way it’s a character study about two lost souls finding solace in their unlikely friendship. However, it encompasses genre elements of action films, crime dramas, thrillers, and even indie comedies with elements of arthouse-like contemplation. But most of all, I believe Death at a Museum is a complex drama about two people.
All minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Audition / Rehearsal / Production datesMinor: Estimated between 3-4 days of shooting. Shooting time between 3 and 5 hours - TBD
This job is unpaid
Expenses paid - All expenses covered
Rosie is an enthusiastic little girl who loves dinosaurs and wants to be a palaeontologist.
She is kooky, yet loveable and has enough charm to put a smile on anyone's face. Rosie is smart, but not wise beyond her years and we are looking for a talented young actress to play her.
Rosie is Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.
Females, aged 9 to 12
Marlee is overworked with the stress of raising such a precocious young girl alone.
Working long hours as a nurse, Marlee is doing her best to give Rosie the best childhood she can. Rosie gets her brains from her mother, and also her love of books.
Marlee's casting will reflect Rosie's and will be Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.
Females, aged 23 to 40
- Located in New South Wales, Australia
- Joined March, 2012