Location: New York City
September, 2020. At the height of the global pandemic, five screenwriters from different countries met via the Sundance Collab café. Loving our group vibe, we got the inspiration to collaborate on writing a short together. Over time, as we decided to proceed with developing the project into a finished, no-budget film, it gradually evolved into Virtually Impossible, a film shot in Brazil, Kenya, and the U.S..
Virtually Impossible is a no pay/deferred pay project.
ROLES: New York City, U.S.
Moses, 30s male, African painter from Kenya. Kind and gentlemanly but morally ambiguous. He’s been successful enough to make it to the NY art market, but the pandemic puts a serious crimp in his plans. Supporting lead, one day of shooting.
John, 50s male, married to Suzanne. Currently unemployed, John is bedridden with an undisclosed, debilitating illness. He loves and supports his wife, but is also dependent on her since the decline of his health a year or so ago. Supporting, one day of shooting.
Payment: Non Paid
City or Location of call: New York City
Please submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 2021-09-01
Submit headshot, resume, professional links
This casting notice was posted by: Gabriel Grilli, Sundance Globe Writers