Auditions in Atlanta for Lead Role in Feature Film “Fathers”

01/23/2017

Casting Lead role for Short Film “Fathers” – Paid 

Location: Atlanta, GA, Chattanooga, TN

Type: Film

Casting Short Film, “Fathers”
Production: Southern Adventist University School of Visual Art and Design

Production dates: 2/17 & 2/19, 2017

Shoot location: Chattanooga, TN

Audition: 1/28 or 2/4 in Atlanta, GA (Talents much attend; no taped auditions)
Non-union
Pays $100 per day + gas stipend, IMDB credits

Southern Adventist University School of Visual Art and Design (SAU) known for producing award winning projects is casting for the student short film, “Fathers.” Short film will be submitted to various film festivals throughout the country. SAU film department produces high-quality productions with great story lines; winning film festivals from California to New York. Looking for experienced lead actors who are looking to increase their visibility, add to their credits, and demonstrate their awesome acting talents.

Logline: Holding a lifelong grudge, FATHERS follows the story of Marshall, a hospital chaplain who is confronted by his sister to perform Last Rites on his terminally-ill father. Marshall
struggles between his religious convictions as a chaplain and his personal hatred against his dad.

Character Breakdown:

MARSHALL [MALE Caucasian LATE 20s-MID 30s] – Parading as a confident chaplain, who is really
insecure on the inside. He has a lifelong grudge against his dying father. He struggles with megalomaniac complex. Scrawny/skinny build. Similar to Paul Dano or Michael Cera.

SARAH [FEMALE Caucasian LATE 20s – MID 30’s] – Marshall’s older sister. Persistent in trying to get her
brother MARSHALL to perform last rites on their father. Looking for the best in her brother, but is slowly giving up on him. Average build.

Payment: Paid
IMDB credit, gas

City or Location of call: Atlanta, GA, Chattanooga, TN
Please submit to: saucasting@gmail.com by 2017-01-27

This casting notice was posted by: Casting Director



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