Production Start Date: 04/20/2018
Production Wrap Date: 03/28/2018
Production Schedule: April 20,21,27,28
Producer(s): Mirium Kalala, Mary Garede
Writer(s): Mirium Kalala
Director(s): Russell Reed
Additional Attached Cast/Crew: Jourdan Bazley
Synopsis: “60 Days” is a short drama film, about a young woman who gets misdiagnosed with 60 days to live and her journey to finding the most important things in life.
Meagan – (late 20s early 30s ) African American; Fit and fierce. Megan is a well put together attorney that lives in Austin. She’s great at her job but becomes vulnerable when she realizes her controlled life is suddenly changing.
Heather – (Mid 20s to Early 30s) African American; has a chip on her shoulder; hardworking mother of one. Takes care of her sickly father and mother. Megan's sister.
MJ – (60s) Witty, friendly and wise; Megan’s warm-hearted spiritual guide. Content with her old age and wants Megan to realize the opportunities she has to understand and enjoy life.
Anne – (Late 50s) African American; Megan's mother. Older and tired. Loving mother. She does what she can to keep the household in shape as she helps tend to her sick husband (Nicholas).
Tiffany – (Early to Mid 20s) Caucasian; Fragile due to circumstances. Uncomfortably intimidated by Megan.
Doctor 2 – (40s) Ethnicity open;
Intern – (mid 20s
Audition Date: 03/24/2018
Paid / Non-Paid: Non-Paid
Other / Additional Compensation: Film Credit
Meals / Lodging / Transportation: Snacks and Beverages
Email Address for Cast / Crew Submissions:
This production is no longer accepting submissions. Thank you!
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