Casting Notice

USA: male actors, 30-60, for short in TX [L,P]

Digital City Productions is casting for a short film that is scheduled to shoot in the 1st week of April – the exact date is still being finalized.

Synopsis: New to the police force, Benjamin is forced to have a meeting with an influential criminal that is determined to turn Ben corrupt. This short will be shot at night from ~7.00pm to 2:00am and will take place primarily in the front seat of a police car.


  • Benjamin – early 30 – 40s, Caucasian, new officer on the police force that believes in the oath he has taken
  • Abe – 30s – 60s, Caucasian or Hispanic, a charismatic criminal that is used to getting his way
  • Anthony – 40s – 60s, Caucasian, a weathered officer that is on Abe’s payroll

Auditions to be held on the weekend of 2/27; shoot planned for the 1st week of April

This is a dialogue heavy short that will give the talent an excellent opportunity to display a range of ability. We are excited to shoot this and plan on submitting to the appropriate festivals once complete.

Please submit a copy of your headshot, resume, and list the desired character in the subject line of your e-mail.

Thank You, Digital City Productions LLC

Casting Location(s):Austin, TX, USA
Language(s) Needed:
Actor Gender:Male
Playing Age:30 - 60
Closing Date:Mon 22nd February, 2016
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