Boston Kid’s Auditions for Little Girl Lead Role in Music Video

03/05/2018

Plumalume

Location: Boston, MA

Type: Music Video

I am looking for a girl between 9 and 12 years old or that look it, with fair skin and dark eyes and hair, to play the main character in a fairy tale inspired music video.
This dreamy, talented, intuitive, romantic, creative and inspired little girl dreams of becoming a great artist and piano player but is still very unsure of her capabilities. During a dream she ventures into a snowy forest to find a magic owl and enchanted woman playing the piano that inspires her to become all that she has the potential to be.

This is a NON Union Music video production that would be filmed in two locations: outdoor in the woods, covered in snow, and indoors in the character’s bedroom.
It would be filmed during 2 days.
During the footage the actress would have to interact with a Computer Graphic’s Owl to be added later on to the scene. The footage is going to happen in March, after March 13th, the exact date pending on weather conditions. Gratification: US$300,00.

Auditions to be submitted by video to the following email:

paulasennalalli@gmail.com

Please click the link for more information about the audition.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Jg2FF5oB184NhVI641v1xfovkcIdzNq5/view?usp=sharing

Name of the Project: Plumalume
Composer: Paula Senna Lalli

Payment: Paid

City or Location of call: Boston, MA
Please submit to: paulasennalalli@gmail.com by 2016-03-10

This casting notice was posted by: Paula Senna Lalli



4 thoughts on “Boston Kid’s Auditions for Little Girl Lead Role in Music Video

  1. Natalie Green

    I am a very excited I have a true talent of acting behind myself. I am easy to work with and I can work with a flexible schedule, please email for notice.

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  2. Natalie Green

    I am 12 years old and I am very interested in this part.

    Reply
  3. A saber

    Could someone send me more info. My daughter is very interested.

    She meets all qualifications and wants to do more acting. She’s flexible and is an easy child to work with.

    I can’t get to link.

    Reply
  4. Nelsheika Wallace

    I have a 6 year old daughter named NYLAH K . She is very talented and she’s an experienced reader.

    Reply

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