Casting roles for the short film “She’s Home”
Writer/Director/Producer: Michael C. Ivey
Assistant Director: Scott Carter
Director of Photography: Bill Ku
Producer: Kevin Heraldo
Start Date: November 15-16, 2014. Call times may vary.
Location: Richmond, Va. area
Actors will be paid a nominal fee. Credit, copy, and meals will be provided.
“She’s Home” is a suspense/thriller that follows a character named Hank as he is seduced by his employee Sofia, a young marketing professional, following an informal weekend work session. But will Sofia regret the encounter?
HANK – Mid to late 30s. Caucasian Male. A likable leader and husband who has worked diligently toward his goals, personally and professionally. More recently, Hank would rather spend time pushing his company to new heights than enjoying his success with his lovely wife. Usually with a mild temperament, Hank’s hiding a dark secret beneath his professional facade. He’s a natural introvert but an incredibly bright entrepreneur.
SOFIA – Early to Mid 20s. Caucasian Female. This stunning red head is Hank’s assistant and right-hand woman. She’s a rising star at Hank’s company and his trusted protégé. However, her Monica Lewinsky complex may lead to her downfall. She burns the candle at both ends and has little pity for those who aren’t taking life by the horns.
GEORGE – Mid to late 30s. A loyal account manager who loves to light up the room with a joke or one-liner. An opportunist waiting for a sudden move up the company ladder, he’s handsome, athletic and an extrovert.
RAY – Late 20s to early 30s. A whiney, no-nonsense employee who wants to earn a paycheck and enjoy it far away from his office. As a jack-of-all trades, he can design, code, analyze and help strategize on all levels of a client’s projects, but he’s not someone you want in the pitch meeting. What he lacks in polish, he makes up for in intuitiveness.
ANNA – Early 30s. Hank’s wife is supportive of his goals, but has been neglected during his rise to the top. This fit, attractive woman has sacrificed having children because of Hank’s hectic, self-imposed work schedule.
Please e-mail contact information, pictures/reel, and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with the role that you would like to be considered for. We will be having auditions by appointment ONLY in the next two weeks.