Student Film Auditions in Seattle Washington

By | September 5, 2017

Paralyzed 2017

Location: Seattle, Wa

Type: Student Films

Based on a true story, ‘Paralyzed’ is a shocking look at the duality inside all of us.
Drug dealing brothers Brandon and Brody attend a prom after party where a dangerous combination of envy, greed, and lust … will change everyone’s lives forever.

Character Breakdown / Project Needs
[BRANDON] [GENDER: MALE] [AGE 18-22ish] – A lovable douche who likes to party hard and if he can make some quick cash on the side, even better. The more dominant twin of Brody, he’s charming until you cross him and is quick to intimidation. He’s morally absolute. Things are very black and white and he can’t ever see the grey area in which he lives his life.

[BRODY] [GENDER: MALE] [AGE 18-22ish]- Unsure of himself, Brody has never made a huge impact on anyone. He’s constantly shadowed by his twin, Brandon, and has spent most of his life doing as he’s told. He doesn’t, however, have any problem taking what he wants, as long as he thinks he can get away with it without confrontation, a virtue instilled by his brother, no doubt.

[VICTORIA] [GENDER: FEMALE] [AGE 18-22ish] – Ex-girlfriend of Brandon. He cheated on her. Victoria’s no stranger to hidden assholes but is nevertheless trusting. She’s got an air of wittiness about her that always comes through in a smirk and a confident stature. She’s a strong girl who’s been forced to grow up too quickly.

[CONNIE] [GENDER: FEMALE] [AGE 18-22ish] Best friend and business partner of Brandon and Brody, Connie’s a mover and shaker, always looking for entrepreneurial opportunities that put her near the top. A jack-of-all-trades with a silver tongue.

Audition/Interview Dates:
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Not open. Please email for appointment with specific time desired.
10am- 8pm 2017-09-09. 10am-8pm 2017-09-10

Payment: Non Paid
Non-Paid, meal provided.

City or Location of call: Seattle, Wa
Please submit to: by 2017-09-09

This casting notice was posted by: Dez Valdez, Student at The Seattle Film Institute

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