Casting Notice

GERMANY: male actor, 68-75, German spkr, for a short film in Reetz [P]

This is a Casting Call for:

  • male actor for the role of Werner, a pensioner
  • playing age: 68-75
  • based in/around Reetz, Germany
  • speaking fluent GERMAN

Production Details:

  • type: a short film
  • titled: Werner (working title)
  • payment: paid €90 per day (travel expenses included) | 2 shooting days required for this role

Synopsis: the short is about lonely Werner, who lives alone in a small village in the Eifel region. One day, a foreign couple moves into the house opposite to his. “They must leave!”, Werner decides and starts to think about nasty things he could do to make his new neighbor’s life hell.

The shooting is expected on 15.02. and 16.02. in Reetz in the Eifel region.

About us: We are three young filmmakers from Düsseldorf and Duisburg. For several years now, we have been making short films together which have already been screened at the Camgaroo Award and the German Youth Video Award 2016, among others.

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

Casting Location(s):Reetz, Germany
Language(s) Needed:German
Actor Gender:Male
Ethnicity:Any
Playing Age:68 - 75
Payment:Paid
Closing Date:Wed 17th January, 2018
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