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A journey from darkness to enlightenment is taking place in the basements, hallways and stirring landscapes of Western Montana. Feature-length, independent film “Subterranea” is looking for extras and will hold auditions for young cast members this weekend in Missoula.
An adaptation of the double-album of the same name from British prog-rock band IQ, “Subterranea” tells the story of a man who is emerging into society for the first time after a years of isolation in what he finds was a social experiment. The film is slated to begin shooting in late May in the Missoula, Hamilton and Glacier National Park areas.
Those interested in auditioning may attend the casting call on Saturday, May 11th at McGill Hall, Room 228 on the University of Montana campus. Inquiries about the casting, including availability of/rate of pay, should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in being an extra for this film, please email email@example.com for more information.