EXTRAS NEEDED FOR POLITICS OF STREET CRIME
FRIDAY, MAY 29, 2009
Looking for actors and extras to play members of a crowd of blue-collar workers (retired and still working), union members and their families, veterans, small business owners, etc., who are listening to a speech given by a young, idealistic politician who is running for office. This is for a scene from the movie “Politics of Street Crime.” Scene calls for talent to play blue-collar workers, union members and their families, small business owners, etc. Excellent opportunity for aspiring actors seeking to build up resumes and to experience what goes on at a film set.
Male and Female
Under 18 must be accompanied by parent or guardian
We want to give the scene a “working class” look, so talent should wear shades of medium to deep blue or medium to deep gray. Windbreakers, baseball jackets, sweatshirts, work shirts, coveralls or T-shirts with no identifiable trademarks or logos are good. Baseball hats or caps are great. Please bring some type of outerwear (jackets or coats) in the shades of medium to deep blue or medium to deep gray if possible. The scene takes place just before a November election in mid-autumn. Some screen time with close ups are possible.
Shoot date will be May 29. First call time is 5:00 PM for those who are available at that time; second call time is 6:30 PM for those who can only make it by then.
If interested, call The Actor’s Workshop (248) 398-7744 or e-mail Theresa Brandt at firstname.lastname@example.org.