Cast and Crew for Indie Film “A Mother’s Will” in St. Louis, Missouri

04/20/2017

A Mother’s Will – Short Film

Location: St. Louis, Missouri

Type: Other Projects

Cast and Crew Call For Film: Based on the book A Mothers Will.

Mel is a single mother who seeks deliverance from financial destitution. She splits her time selling produce on the streets and working as an intern on a military base. There she befriends an American who shows promise. Charles is a military police officer who makes bad guys pay. The more involved he is with Mel, the more of her past he uncovers. His fervor for justice blinds his judgment and lands him in prison. Now Mel must decide if she is willing to testify on his behalf or demonstrate her will and spare the life of the man that changed her life forever. Based on the book A Mothers Will at forteslopez.com

Charles – 20s -30s male, clean cut, military type.

Mel – 20s-30s female.

FBI Agent – 30s-50s. One good cop, one bad cop interrogate Charles about the violent incident that landed him behind bars.

Security Guard – 30s-50s, bodyguard types. Must have black pants and shoes. Will provide cop uniform.

Hair and Make-up artist. Need make-up for battered victim with bruised eye and scarred lips. Pay negotiable.

Sound – Must have own equipment. Double system, digital audio recorder, 24 bit uncompressed wav files at 96khz. Email rate and additional equipment needs. Pay rate negotiable.

Production Assistant – Able to take direction and open to take on an array of responsibilities. No experience necessary. Must have a car and active driver’s license.

Please email submissions to link below. This is a paid gig, non-union shoot. Plan to film for 5 days in August on location in Jefferson City. Pay scale for actors $50/day. Travel and accommodations provided.

Payment: Paid

City or Location of call: St. Louis, Missouri
Please submit to: forteslopez7@gmail.com

This casting notice was posted by: Fortes Lopez Films

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