Crushed Rockets Motion Pictures is casting for a number of small roles for a few short films all going into production over the spring/summer months. Experience is an asset but not required. Auditions will be held on April 25th, 2017 at the Creative City Centre - 1843 Hamilton Street on the 3rd floor. Please email us your headshot (non professional allowed), experience and availability. The project is as follows:
Production title: The Response
Union / Non-Union: Non-Union
Production Type: Independent
Project length: Short Film (10 minutes)
Project format: 4K Digital
Posted on: Monday, April 10th, 2017
Production location: Regina, SK
Production Company: Crushed Rockets Motion Pictures & Storytelling Company website:www.crushedrockets.com Director: Aaron Sinclair Producer: Sherona Sinclair Casting Director: Crushed Rockets
Audition Location: 1843 Hamilton Street - 3rd Floor
(Please note all auditions will be given a specific time within this window)
Call Backs: TBD
Shooting Starts: July 2017
Shooting Ends: July 2017
Three friends are walking home high school and discuss the incredible scientific discovery of intelligent life contacting us. The world is going to send a response signal to alien life forms, and the three friends want to be a part of that response.
Will, 16: He’s more interested in Friday’s exams than he is about the fact that we are not alone in the Universe. Despite the amazing discovery, Will doesn’t think life on Earth will change much. He’s a realist.
Kat, 16: She can’t wait to upload a video to the website dedicated to sending a response video to the alien planet. She can’t stop thinking about all the amazing discoveries that two advance species can learn from each other.
Lee 16: One of the brightest students at John Adams High School. Lee is probably more excited about the discovery of intelligent life in the universe than anyone else on the planet. He thinks about all the possibilities it will lead to on this planet, like peace on Earth. Mankind working together to reach a common goal of intergalactic space travel.