The Christmas Party
Location: Belmont, MA
The Boston University Cinema and Media Production graduate students need actors for the featured and background roles in the short film, The Christmas Party.
When an unexpected guest arrives at the party, a man’s internal struggle becomes apparent when the party goers’ judgement pressures him to make a decision on the situation.
The film follows a man named Pete. Pete is a wealthy, late 30s aged man who is throwing a Christmas party in his home for his affluent housing community. Filled with laughter, joy and entertainment, this party is the most anticipated party of the year for the community. Everything in the party is going great until an unexpected guest with a dark past arrives at the party. The festive mood is instantly disrupted. Guests turned from chipper and energetic to unpleasant and harden. Pete, being shocked to see the unexpected guest, has mixed feelings on how he should handle the situation.
The Film shoots from April 23rd through April 27. The film shoot is a night to overnight shoot meaning only respond if you are available to film nights. We will not need the actors for the whole duration of film day.
The Christmas Party extras must dress in elegant party attire. The Christmas Party is looking for Extras both male and female age range from 25 yrs to 55 yrs. We will need for you to bring 3 different outfits and change of clothes so we can have options for what we would like for you to wear. If you can commit to filming multiple days, we will keep the chosen outfit at the location, label it, and put away in a safe space until after we wrap.
When: April 23rd through April 27th
Where: Belmont, MA
Time: 5 PM to 5 AM
Submit email with title “Xmas Party Extras” and include name, headshot, and availability withing body of email.
Will give more details and information with response email. Hope to hear from you soon.
Payment: Non Paid
City or Location of call: Belmont, MA
Please submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 2018-04-17
This casting notice was posted by: Boston University