Sundance & SXSW Award Winning Texas Filmmakers Looking for Extras
This notice was posted on auditionsfree.com
location: Dallas Texas
Very talented up incoming Texas Filmmakers are currently looking for 10 extras max to help with a pivotal scene this Saturday, June 2nd from 3-9pm at Victory Plaza near The American Airline Center’s in Dallas.
The scene is in an office, so we are only looking for people ages 18 and up and must be wearing office attire (no ties necessary). If you would like to be a part of their next project please let me know asap by replying to this email. Please list the names and ages of yourself and anyone who will be joining you.
This short film will be premiering at the Houston Museum of Art as well as other festivals.
The filmmakers involved to date have made many short films and all have incredible success. Their past shorts have been official selections of Sundance Film Festival, South by Southwest (SXSW) and many other very notable festivals.
The filmmakers of this short are also currently in Pre-Production for their first full length film which will be starring two Oscar winning actors. This film is scheduled to be shot this July in Shreveport, Louisianan.
Below are links to a few articles written about these filmmakers and some further info about their past and current projects
Their short film “Pioneer” premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and won the Grand Jury Prize at South by Southwest (SXSW) 2011.
Another of their shorts in 2009 entitled St. Nick which was shot in Ft. Worth, a haunting, Terrence Malick-flavored reverie, about a young brother and sister, who appear to have run away from their family and are trying to fend for themselves. The movie was accepted by South by Southwest 2010 (SXSW), where everyone who saw it agreed it was the best thing there. The film also had a small commercial run in 2011.
Their 8 minute film entitled “Knife” which was an official selection at South by Southwest 2012 (SXSW)and screened at many other notable festivals including Woodstock Film Fest and Sarasota International Film Fest. The film was shot in Ft. Worth the summer of 2010. It’s an elliptical, dialogue-free drama that requires you to piece together its story of a man who commits a brutal act of revenge after his family’s land is taken over, presumably by eminent domain, for gas or oil drilling.
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Job type: Non Paid
Casting Location: Dallas Texas
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