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Audience Members needed for Short Film

Audience Members needed for Short Film

London, UK

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  • Joined March, 2019
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a wide variety of curious and haphazard people for the audience. Huge range of ages - very old, very young.

Filmmaker states: "I’d like to evoke a bizarre world through the audience members, like this theatre is full of slightly bizarre and odd people. Young children would be fantastic. So we get this feeling that what we are watching is all rather peculiar and misplaced. Ideas of people: super-skinny tall business man, suited in a grey tie; an overweight lady in a purple frock; an older gaunt lady with lush red hair; a young girl with blow-dried hair and braces, etc."

Audition / Rehearsal / Production dates

Saturday 6th April

Job payment

This job is unpaid


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Audience Members wanted

Looking for Audience members to shoot their interesting facial expressions and reactions.
This is a non-spoken role. Unfortunately unpaid however can receive copy of material and looking to build work relations for future paid projects.

Written by and starring Maxim Baldry, who is the lead role in a new BBC/HBO 6-part limited series Years & Years. Directed by Harry Bowley, who's recent short An Angel in Waiting has just premiered at London Short Film Festival.

Anyone, aged 18 and over from London, UK

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Listing created: 2 April 2019
Applications closed: 6 April 2019
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