Film Producers Are Casting For Human Trafficking Movie – Get Details Here
Adriana dreams of becoming a professional ballet dancer like her mother Helena, a single mother addicted to drugs. Deceived by the boyfriend of Adriana’s mother, Larry a well-known drug trafficker hands her over to a powerful network of criminals dedicated to human trafficking around the world.
Priority given to local talent, but nationwide submissions accepted.
Professor Isabella: Woman (60 yrs old), wears glasses. Ballet professor. Rough and strict person. She can see hidden talent. Very focused. Is somewhat bitter but with a noble soul.
Professor Assistant: woman (30-35), dancer. Kind and gentle.
Missionary 2: Woman (55-65), full of wisdom and knowledge of the Word of God. Compassionate and playful.
Doctor Phillips: man (45-50, caucasian), wears glasses. Professor, scientist, author of books, investigator, atheist. Prisoner of the bitterness of a childhood trauma.
Doctor Macchio: man (65 caucasian), head of the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center, a cold and somber person. Prisoner of the health system. Has lost his Hippocratic values a..a..for the interests of the system.
Judge Trevis : man (50-60, caucasian), tall, elegant, successful and arrogant.
Judge Louis: man (50-60), Asian American or caucasian, conservative.
Defense attorney: man (40-45), caucasian.
Adriana mother’s neighbor: woman (40-45), Latin. Gossip.
Ballet dancers: young ladies (18-23). All races.
Driver: young man (23), caucasian.
Girl 1: young woman (22), caucasian.
Girl 2: young woman (23), Asian.
Clerk: woman (30), African American.
Missionary: man (45-50), African American. Rehabilitated drug addicted, ex-convict. Filled with the Holy Spirit, passionate and merciful, friendly and cooperative.
Officer Carreras: woman (40), Latina. Gorgeous and kind.
Late 2019, tentative filming to begin in November
Email [email protected] with the subject DSMN: role(s) you are submitting for. Your submission should contain a headshot, 30-60 min dramatic monologue (or acting reel) and a short video or paragraph about why you’d like to be involved in a human trafficking film and what this opportunity would mean to you. Submission deadline: Friday, July 19.
Callbacks will be determined by July 20 and forwarded to the director and producer. Upon their review, if chosen, you will receive further submission instructions for round two.
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