This is a Casting Call for:
- male actor for the role of Tourist
- playing age: 25-45
- based in/around Berlin, Germany
- speaking fluent ENGLISH
This character appears in one scene and has a dialogue in English. The actor can be any nationality as he will be playing a tourist in a hotel lobby scene with the main actress.
- type: shoot
- produced by: MetFilm Schule, Berlin
- payment: expenses + catering provided
This is a graduation film shot as part of an MA Directing programme. The director is British/Irish and has worked most of his life as an actor. This is a multilingual production (Spanish, German and English). The story is inspired by ‘Los ninos robados’ in Spain during the Franco era and will form the basis of a feature film.
Synopsis: an adopted woman makes contact with her natural mother.
Shooting will take place 25-27 July 2018 in Berlin.
Please send your application in ENGLISH or GERMAN and include a link to your showreel.
|Casting Location(s):||Berlin, Germany|
|Playing Age:||25 - 45|
As this is expenses-only, you can apply for this role whether you are a PRO ACTOR on enCAST or not.
|Closing Date:||Tue 26th June, 2018|
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