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Today’s casting roundup includes three fantastic—and unique—on-camera opportunities for actors of all kinds. We have a martial arts thriller seeking lead and supporting talent, a feature film casting background, and more! Martial Arts Sci-fight THRILLERTalent is sought for lead, supporting and stunt double roles in a still-untitled martial arts sci-fight thriller. The short film will be in production until March in Staten Island, New York and will pay a minimum of $100/day, in addition to a bonus upon project completion. “Living”“Living,” a short film from writer-director Marcellus Cox, seeks talent for a lead and three supporting roles. The piece, depicting “the struggle to try and bridge a gap that exists between the African American community and law enforcement,” will hold auditions by appointment on Mar. 25 in New York City. Production is slated for the first weekend in June, also in New York, and will pay $100/day. »
Author: David Sztypuljak
Ahead of BAFTA Television Craft Award winning Fortitude Season 2 which (set to broadcast on Sky Atlantic Thursday 26th January), we’ve been sent this rather amusing little promotional film which sees series newcomer Dennis Quaid introducing us to the killer destination!
Related: If you missed the images and the trailer for the show click this way.
The second season sees 10 episodes of the Sky Original drama hit the small screens. It takes place 9 weeks after the first season with the Arctic holiday destination returning to normal, and the contamination contained many of the residents have left out of fear. Sheriff Dan Anderson (Richard Dormer) is missing, presumed dead – leaving what remains of the town in a state of lawlessness.
- David Sztypuljak
2 items from 2017
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