The horse film “The Sunday Horse” is about to begin filming in Conyers, GA and is in need of many paid extras to work on a large crowd scene that will shoot at the end of the month.
Georgia residents are welcome to send in their photos and contact info for possible small roles in the production.
“The Sunday Horse” tells the story of a competitive horse rider who, while riding, suffers a horrible accident. The determined rider from the wrong side of the tracks defies all the odds to pursue her dreams of winning a national jumping championship. The story is based on the true account of what happened to U.S. equestrian champion jumper, Debi Connor. Debi was from the wrong side of the tracks, she wasn’t from the typically privileged horsing community. After suffering a very serious injury, she came back to the sport and was able to take a horse that nobody elese believed in and train him for world class competition.
Academy award winner Vic Armstrong will be directing the project. The film is written by Fred T. Kuehnert and Susan Rhinehart. Nikki Reed, Ryan Merriman and Rhoda Griffis are set to head up the cast.
The film is looking for Caucasian talent that live near Conyers. The film’s casting directors at New Life Casting have released the following information for those that have the availability to participate.
NLC is going to be looking for a large crowd of caucasians for The Sunday Horse, shooting in Conyers on June 26, 27 and 28.
We can use the same people on all three days. Must be 18 and over. We’d love to have as many Conyers residents as possible. Please submit your headshot, contact info to firstname.lastname@example.org.