“Slant Streets” is a feature film that will be filmed in Missoula. There is an OPEN CALL AUDITION on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH from 10 am to 2 pm!
The movie is filming from November 1 – 16. They are looking for several speaking roles and several “extra/background” actors. Some of the needed roles to be filled are as follows:
Young Arthur (10-12) Native American boy. A couple of scenes at the beginning.
Bill Two Bear (18-20) A young Native American soldier. Sent off to Vietnam.
Doctor Hornsby (40-60) any ethnicity, is a kind doctor that helps out at the Poverello center. He frequently checks up on Arthur and worries for his health.
Nana (60-65) Native American woman that tells young Arthur how the world is, has a couple scenes at the beginning, and then is heard in voiceover/narration in later parts of the movie. Kind of like young Arthur’s grandma.
Priest (40-60) Any ethnicity priest that remembers Nana and Arthur from when he was a younger boy.
Officer Moriarity (30s) is the “nice cop”. He is a big guy, heavy set former football player. Tough looking but fair.
Nurse Lewellyn (30-40) is a tough, mean nurse/front desk that has to wrangle homeless men into getting indoors, doing their medical checks, etc. She is suffered by no fools and sharp as a tack.
Selena Harris (20s) pushy young reporter for local news that wants to get at Crandall at his press conference.
Tammy (20-30) Big boned, big haired friend and co-worker of Jill’s at the Humane Society.
Tommy (10-13) Officer Crandall’s son. Appears in two scenes: the breakfast scene at Crandall’s house and when he goes for a hike with Crandall at the end.
Joan (30s) Crandall’s wife. Breakfast scene.
EXTRAS: people of all ages needed.
Please send photo in an email to:
Davy Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org and inform them what role you would like to audition for and if you’re available for the Sept. 26 audition.
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