This is a Casting Call for:
- male actor for the supporting role of Ash
- playing age: 20-25
- based in/around Utrecht, Netherlands
- speaking fluent DUTCH and/or ENGLISH
- must be okay with: performing a fight scene, fake wound makeup, fake blood and an adult situation in the story (no nudity)
The character: Ash is a law student and Danielle’s boyfriend. He is more concerned with seeming proper and having a respectable career than with his own happiness. He pushes this mindset on Danielle out of concern of her future until it’s too late and realizes he wasted his life.
- type: film
- titled: Cannibal Inferno
- genre: horror
- payment: expenses
This is a small project organized by film students to make a B horror movie. The film will be shot with minimal crew in Utrecht.
Synopsis: When a group of art students are captured by a cannibal fetishist they met for an assignment, the peer-pressured loner of the group must learn to stand up for herself and her values so she can fight for her freedom.
2 filming days between now and July 3rd, 2018.
We can offer you €40 for your travel costs. We will also provide something to eat and drink, a copy of the movie and lots of fun.
Please send your application in DUTCH or ENGLISH and include a link to your showreel.
|Casting Location:||Utrecht, Netherlands|
|Closing Date:||Thu 21st June, 2018|
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