Casting Notice

FRANCE: Black male/female actors, 50-55, French spkrs, for a short film in Paris

This is a Casting Call for:

  • male actor for the role of Armand, father of the hero
  • playing age: 50-55
  • ethnicity: Black
  • based in/around Paris, France
  • speaking fluent FRENCH


  • female actor for the role of Yolande, mother of the hero
  • playing age: 50-55
  • ethnicity: Black
  • based in/around Paris, France
  • speaking fluent FRENCH

Production Details:

  • type: a short film
  • directed by: Guillaume Chep (former student of the School of the City, founded by Luc Besson)
  • produced by: associations Pagaille and Mauvais Genre
  • payment: deiffered

Synopsis: Noah, a 25 year old, started pretty well in life, which allowed him to support his family financially. However, deep down the young man dreams of becoming a poet and would like to free himself from family responsibilities. 

Shooting from December 9 to 17, in Paris and the Paris region.

Each actor will only have one to two days of shooting.

Please send your application in FRENCH only and include a link to your showreel.

Casting Location(s):Paris, France
Language(s) Needed:French
Actor Gender:Male/Female
Playing Age:50 - 55
Payment:Not specified - contact production for details
Closing Date:Sat 18th November, 2017
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