Thank you for your interest on joining our next feature film. Below is information on roles we are currently accepting submissions for and information on the film itself.
Synopsis – As Reeves career starts to take off, with the help of his friends he realizes what is missing in his life, in order to truly be happy.
Production Type – Feature
Filming Location – Tampa, Saint Petersuburg, Clearwater
Union – We have not yet decided if this will be an Union Film.
Pay Rate – Pay will be determined based on the amount raised with our crowdfunding campaign.
Abby (Lead Actress) – Mid to late 20s or early 30s female Long dark hair. Kind to all who are around her, funny and quick to make jokes.
Carly (Supporting Actor) – Mid 20s female no particular look. Hispanic woman married to Raymond.
Raymond (Supporting Actor) – Early to Mid 30s male no particular look. Hispanic male, married to Carly.
Manager Mark (Supporting Actor) – Very smart when it comes to the film business, but very arrogant. Most of the time he tends to get on Reeves’s nerves due to his lack of respect for others.
Darrell – No particular look. Talent Agent, Male.
Samantha – No Particular look. Talent Agent, Female.
Director – No Particular look. Experienced film director, very arrogant and demining person.
Assistant Director – No particular look. Female with years of experience.
Reporter #1 – No particular look. She’s a late night show host, enjoys having fun with her guest.
Waitress #1 – No particular look.
Waitress #2 – No particular look.
Waitress #3 – No particular look.
Front Desk Worker– No particular look.
Man #1 – No particular look.
Man #2 – No particular look.
Woman #1 – No particular look.
Model – Very attractive, long hair, physically fit, selfish.
Chef Bob – No particular look.
Executive – Woman in her late 40s, demands respect, head of the film studio, doesn’t take any disrespect specially from man.
Person #1 – No particular look.
Person #2 – No particular look.
Production Assistant – The production assistant aids the first assistant director with on-set operations.
Location Manager – A location manager main duties is finding and securing locations to be used for the production.
Location Scout – The Location Scout works closely with the Location Manager. They are the initial person tasked with scouting of locations for the production, taking into account production logistics.
Camera Operator – The camera operator works directly under the DP, and the director, they help capture the scenes on film.
Production Sound Mixer – Also referred to as the sound recordist. They are the production sound mixer handles the sound department while on set, they record all of the audio from the film.
Boom Microphone Operator – The boom operator controls the microphone placement and where it needs to move while filming, at the same time preventing the boom mic from being viewed by the cameras.
Key Grip – Key grip is the chief grip on a set and is the head of the set operations department. They work with the DP to help set up the set and to achieve correct lighting and blocking.
Lighting Technician – Lighting technician is the person who sets up and controls the lighting.
Set Decorator – A Set Decorator is responsible for decorating the set, which includes the furnishings and all the items needed to be seen in the film.
Props Master – They Manage all the props used in the film, while also responsible for acquiring all the props that will be used.
Film Editor – The editor is tasked with piecing together all of the scenes of the film; by assembling several video and audio files in the process.
Caterers – Catering is at times also referred to as craft services; this is where anything pertaining to making sure your team has meals, snacks, and drinks fall under.
Unit Publicist – They are your Unit press and the publicity budget is set by Producers.
Still Photographer – Photographers are a great thing for you to have on set.
All please submit a self-tapped monologue along with your demo reel.
All crew members please submit a demo reel.