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Three Dancers Wanted for Student Short Film

Three Dancers Wanted for Student Short Film

United Kingdom
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Production title: From Mother to Daughter.
Production Type: Independent / student
Project length: Short Film (15-20 minutes)
Project format: 16:9 HD
Production location: London
Broadcast: Online (University of the Arts Website and others)
Audition Location: Online
Shooting Location: London (zone 1-2) TBC
Compensation: Travel costs and food paid for.

KEY DATES
Auditions:
Please send Headshot/Photo, and video links/ examples of work.

Rehearsal: 1x day week of 19th – 23rd October
Shoot: 1x day week of 19th – 23rd October.

There will also be a Zoom or in-person briefing meeting before the rehearsal and shoot date.

Synopsis:
A short documentary film about how the mother-daughter relationship changes after mother Liz has an accident and soon after is diagnosed with a condition that leaves her in a wheelchair. During the time of the accident and diagnosis, her daughter Jen is still a teenager and finds her life changes overnight- how do they navigate the challenges and their changing roles?

A pre-recorded interview soundtrack explores the sacrifices each had to make- the switching of roles and the learning that comes with the diagnosis, as well as navigating the support available to them.

Dancers will perform scenes that portray life before and after the diagnosis. Dancers will move to pre-recorded interview voice track in a studio, while projections of scene locations etc will play behind/ on them to give further context.

Ethnicity: All Ethnicities
Age: All Ages
Required Media: Headshot/Photo, Video Reel
Required Skills: Dance, choreography

I am looking for someone with some choreography experience. This would be a great opportunity to collaborate, be quite experimental with movement and put your mark on the choreography. The contributors will also be able to advise on movement.

Audition / Rehearsal / Production dates

Week of 19th October - 23rd October

Job payment

Unpaid – this is a collaboration opportunity - Student Film

Expenses paid - Travel costs and meals on shoot will be paid for

Collaborations should create mutual benefit and are usually amateur, student or 'Time for Print' projects.

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Dancer/ Choreographer

A dancer is required to portray Jen from her teenage years to the present day. Now in her thirties, Jen has been caring for her mum for almost half her life. Like her mum, she is strong-willed and always looking out for those around her. She recounts her youth, going to performing arts school, being driven to auditions by her mum. She speaks about how she is still realising these dreams today and how they changed through her sacrifices she had to make for her mum.

Female, aged 18 and over

Applications closed 29 October 2020.

Dancer/ Choreographer

Dancer required to play Liz before/ after her accident to the present day, now in her 60s. Before her diagnosis, she was a busy, self-sacrificing mother that never stopped, so that she could give her daughter a better life than she had. She worked endlessly to be able to send her daughter to performing arts school. She could always be relied upon physically from looking after Jen to helping those in her community. This all changes soon after her accident, when teenage Jen steps in as her carer.

Female, aged 18 and over

Applications closed 29 October 2020.

Dancer/ Choreographer

Dancer required to play the role of a male social care-worker, making appearances throughout certain scenes of the performance sequence.

Male, aged 18 and over

Applications closed 29 October 2020.

Previous audition:
Two Actors Required for The Tradesmen's Accountant Sketch

Next audition:
Actors Wanted for Social Experiment Videos

Listing created: 6 October 2020
Applications closed: 29 October 2020
Casting #1092588
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