Production Start Date: 10/23/2017
Production Wrap Date: 10/30/2017
Production Schedule: Rehearsals October 25th, SHOOT DATES 27-29th (possible 30th)
Producer(s): Tea Whitehead
Writer(s): Jonathan Wang
Director(s): Jonathan Wang
Additional Attached Cast/Crew: Editor: Elle Pitcher, DP: David Parrella
Synopsis: Casting call for undergraduate student film, ?. ? is a short 7-10 minute short film that delves into what it’s like to be an Asian American and disconnected from your own culture to fit in. The protagonist, Jeremiah, propels himself forward into his culture in the small ways available to him in Texas until one mysterious encounter in a forest.
Asian (20-30) elementary Mandarin level and English
JEREMIAH is a 22 year old Asian American (Taiwanese) who
lives alone in an urban town. His relationship with his
parents isn't necessarily strained but they aren't very
close. He is a tall, slightly toned man who thinks more than
Caucasian (24-35) English
NICK is a 24 year old American from Dallas, TX. He grew up in
Texas his whole life and thinks culture is a different
restaurant he goes to. He's tall and has short cropped hair
and appears "clean cut" and professional.
Asian (35-50) can speak English (any level) and Mandarin (Intermediate)
A mother trying to get in and out of the grocery store as soon as possible. She strongly believes that not knowing your language of heritage is a shame but will explain it to you in a passive manner.
PARENT 1 AND 2 (VOICE ONLY)
Asian (MUST BE BILINGUAL IN MANDARIN AND ENGLISH)
Dancing experience not necessary but novice/intermediate contemporary experience is preferred. Must have black or nude dancer’s dress or black tank top and pants.
Audition Date: 10/16/2017
Audition Start Time: 04:00 pm
Paid / Non-Paid: Non-Paid
Other / Additional Compensation: Film Credit, DVD/Digital Copy
Meals / Lodging / Transportation: Meals, Snacks and Beverages
Email Address for Cast / Crew Submissions:
This production is no longer accepting submissions. Thank you!
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