Hey Viktor! scene
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
HEY VIKTOR! is a mockumentary comedy feature film about a former Indigenous child star (Cody) who tries to recapture his former glory by making the sequel to the film that made him famous, twenty years later.
In this scene, Cody goes to see his family, & Fawn is forced to give him an ultimatum— pay child support, or she has to move to the States.
** NOTE: this scene is being shot for the Production’s pitch package; it is not the formal production of the film.
date: Sept 21
location: Edmonton, Alberta
rate: $100 CAD / day
FAWN (20s, Indigenous) is the mother of Cody’s children, & his biggest fan. They have two kids, Spring & Autumn, who live with Fawn in her Grandmother’s house. Cody & Fawn were together formally for several years, but now their relationship has reached a comfortable, non-monogamous, co-parenting arrangement. Lately, however, Cody hasn’t been keeping up his end of the bargain, dodging child support. Still, Fawn sees the best in him, & encourages him to pursue his dreams — even if she secretly knows they’re stupid.
SELMA (55+, Indigenous) is Fawn’s Grandmother. She despises Cody with a passion. While her daughter is enamored, she sees Cody for the loser that he is, & tells him about it, constantly. If she had her way, Fawn would never see Cody again, but only because she cares so deeply about the well-being of her family. She spends most of her days at the kitchen table, watching soaps on a tiny TV. She’s gruff, rough, & foul-mouthed— she comes from a different era, when you could call someone whatever the hell you wanted.
City or Location of call: Edmonton, Alberta
Please submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 2019-09-12
This casting notice was posted by: Lightning Mill Inc